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T-Mobile reports $20 million Q4 net loss, but adds 1.65 million customers

T-Mobile's fourth quarter and year-end results came in today with losses but also a few victories T-Mobile's Q4 financial results are in, and they're about what you'd expect given their recent strategies of giving away tablet data, removing device subsidies and their corresponding contracts,...
Mozilla announces $25 smartphone, additional 12 Firefox OS markets for 2014

Mozilla announces $25 smartphone, additional 12 Firefox OS markets for 2014

Telefonica and Deutsche Telekom launching 12 combined new markets in the first half of 2014 At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona today we've been spending a little time with the folks from Mozilla, getting an update on the performance and future of Firefox OS. During the presentation, Mozilla...
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T-Mobile HTC One KitKat update now live and rolling out

565MB of KitKat sweetness is ready for your HTC One Ealier we told you that the KitKat and Sense 5.5 update for T-mobile's HTC One would be pusing out soon. Soon is now (tip of the hat to Morrisey) and the update is live and pushing out. Grab your HTC One — you did charge it up, right? — open...
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Android 4.4 and Sense 5.5 OTA for T-Mobile HTC One expected 'shortly'

Technical approval from the carrier has been given, rollout to begin soon Good news everybody! Well, everybody on T-Mobile with an HTC One. The KitKat and Sense 5.5 update has been approved and is on the way soon. T-Mobile HTC One Owners! We have received technical approval for 4.4 OS + Sense 5...
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T-Mobile expected to change JUMP! terms to remove upgrade wait period, add tablets to the mix

Terms of trade-ins and pricing not entirely clear at this point T-Mobile is set to make the first major revision to its JUMP! upgrade plans, giving you the freedom to upgrade as often as you'd like. According to documents acquired by TmoNews, starting February 23rd T-Mobile will remove...
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T-Mobile wins court case over Aio Wireless regarding use of magenta-like colors

Texas court rules AT&T has to choose a new color scheme for its budget prepaid brand Following an extensive suit culminating in a three-day hearing, T-Mobile has won a court case finding that AT&T's prepaid brand Aio Wireless was using colors too similar to T-Mobile's in its branding....
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LG G Flex now available from T-Mobile for $672 outright or $28 per month

A big price for the latest big phone If you're looking for a big, bendy phone and T-Mobile is your preferred network, you'll be happy to know the LG G Flex is now available for all from the carrier. Right on time, the phone is available online (and presumably in-store as well) for a pretty hefty...
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Tim Tebow's doing T-Mobile Super Bowl commercials now

Gotta love this. Tim Tebow couldn't make it in the NFL. Hence, he has no contract. T-Mobile also doesn't have contracts (sort of, only, really, it does),  but it now has Tim Tebow. Riding bulls. And driving muscle cars. And rocking out. And delivering babies. And finding Sasquatch. And finding...
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T-Mobile, this is the wrong way to try to gain customers

Instead of focusing on the great things it already does, T-Mobile continues to waste its time poking fun at AT&T. When T-Mobile sent out its intentionally odd and misquoting press release Tuesday to drive home the point that it really, really doesn’t like AT&T, it may have taken things a...
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T-Mobile releases bizarre press release with fake quotes to bash AT&T

A new high — or rather a new low — for the Uncarrier One of the few things T-Mobile is known for recently is using ... unconventional advertising methods. The nation's fourth-place carrier, led by CEO John Legere, is taking things one step further today with a satirical press release aimed...
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T-Mobile's LG G Flex lands Feb. 5

T-Mobile today announced that its LG G Flex will be available Feb. 5. It'll be free up-front if you agree to pay $28 a month for 24 months, or you can purchase it outright for $672. In addition, T-Mobile is throwing in six months of free Netflix streaming. The G Flex features a 6-inch curved OLED...
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Sony Xperia Z1s now available on T-Mobile

$0 down and $22 per month for the phone, or $528 outright Right on schedule, the Sony Xperia Z1s launches today on T-Mobile in the U.S. Sony's latest handset costs $528 outright, which is split into 24 payments of $22 per month. As usual with T-Mo it's $0 down, and you pay for your service on...
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T-Mobile doesn't just want to be your carrier, now it wants to be your bank

The Uncarrier wants to be the Unbank of prepaid debit cards T-Mobile has been playing "bank" for some time now with its 24-month financing of devices, and now it wants to expand that reach to purchases and customers of all kinds. "Mobile Money" is a new initiative from T-Mobile to help with the...
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Sony Xperia Z1s review

Sony and T-Mobile's Xperia Z1s is a breath of fresh air amid an increasingly stale smartphone market It was the Xperia Z, released early last summer as a T-Mobile exclusive, that drew my attention to Sony. It was the company’s first high-profile smartphone to hit US shelves, and it was radically...
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Sprint securing $50 billion in funding from banks for T-Mobile purchase

Additional funding required to finance increased valuation and T-Mo's debt It's no secret that Sprint is pursuing a takeover of its fourth-place rival T-Mobile, and it seems as though financing talks are moving along at least in some capacity. According to a report from The Wall Street Journal,...
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When it comes to carrier networks, compatible doesn't mean good

'You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means' T-Mobile is certainly making a splash on the U.S. carrier scene lately. And if you believe even half of what you read on places like Google+ and Twitter, a lot of folks are considering switching from where they are now...
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Sony Xperia Z1s first impressions

Sony and T-Mobile have paired to bring another great phone to the U.S. market Sony was firing on all cylinders last week at CES, and one of its most impressive new products already is available here in the United States. Meet the Xperia Z1s, the North American answer to Sony’s Xperia Z1 flagship...
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Sony Xperia Z1s now available from T-Mobile online

This, folks, is how you launch a phone. Announced just last week at CES in Las Vegas, the Sony Xperia Z1s is now available on T-Mobile's website. It'll cost you $528 outright, or free if you're willing to pay $22 a month for two years. The Z1s isn't terribly different from its first iteration....
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Relive all of T-Mobile's CES 2014 announcements

Paying off your ETF, dropping all phones to $0 down and launching wideband LTE T-Mobile let us in on its plans for Uncarrier 4.0, the latest in its initiatives to shake up the U.S. wireless industry, at CES. Along with the requisite swearing and competition bashing that come with T-Mobile CEO...
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T-Mobile used your Speedtest app data to back its claim of 'fastest' network

T-Mobile and AT&T agree — faster is better One of T-Mobile's big talking points during their CES presentation was about the speed of their data network. They made it a point to show how their network was substantially faster than AT&Ts or Verizon's, and went as far as joking about...

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