According to sources for the well-connected blogger Mark Gurman, Apple Stores will soon begin selling the iPhone on the AT&T Next, Verizon Edge and T-Mobile JUMP early upgrade programs in the United States. The report claims that the pilot program will commence in late August in certain test markets, rolling out to additional Apple Stores later this year.
Have you ever wished you could just stream the music you want to listen to, without ever having to worry about a data cap? Well, T-Mobile heard those wishes and plucked them right out of the air, because the “Uncarrier” has officially announced Music Freedom, which will let you do just that.
If you ever wanted to just try out a wireless carrier, maybe because you’re thinking of switching but you haven’t heard altogether positive things, or for whatever other reason there might be, T-Mobile has you covered in a new move to let potential customers test out the network with a particular device.
In the wake of increasing data consumption, Sprint has announced that it will start throttling the speeds of unlimited data subscribers who figure in the top 5 percent of data consumers starting next month.
Sprint has updated its unlocking policy, which now states that it will make all devices launched after February 11, 2015 unlockable so that they can be used on other domestic networks such as AT&T or T-Mobile.
T-Mobile seems to be on a roll. It has just announced that it is eliminating overage penalties for all its customers regardless of their cellular plan as part of its latest Un-carrier campaign from May 1st.
The carrier claims that the three largest carriers may have charged customers more than $1 billion in penalties.
As we are all aware, LTE models of the iPads cost $130 more than the standard Wi-Fi models. However, a new deal from T-Mobile U.S. bridges this disparity in pricing by offering LTE iPads for the same price as their Wi-Fi siblings.
Sprint, the third-largest carrier in the US, has started a limited time offer under which it’ll pay up to $650 in early-termination fees for subscribers who switch from their existing network to Sprint.
AT&T cuts price of 2GB Mobile Share Value plan for one and two line accounts; now starts at $65 per month
AT&T has introduced a new lower priced 2GB Mobile Share Value plan starting at $65, which works out to a saving of $15 on the current 2GB plan for one smartphone with no annual service contract.
J.D. Power today released the results of its Wireless Purchase Experience Survey, where over 8,500 wireless subscribers were asked about their purchase experience with carriers and retailers.