As wireless networks in the United States transitioned back to unlimited data usage, a lot of restrictions were put in place to help temper usage.
After a lot of stop-and-go, it is starting to sound like T-Mobile is preparing for a successful merger with Sprint.
The Federal Communications Commission has informed T-Mobile and Sprint that it needs more time to review their proposed merger before granting them the final approval. So, it has stopped the 180-day transaction clock for this particular case as it needs to do a thorough staff and third-party review of all the documents submitted.
T-Mobile has partnered with Apple to launch a new iPhone and iPad leasing program for businesses. The carrier will allow users to lease an iPhone or iPad from Apple’s Financial Services and offer customers a $100 discount on every device that they lease under T-Mobile for Business program.
A pair of separate security flaws recently allowed for attackers to gain access to customer account PINs from both T-Mobile and AT&T.
The iPhone Upgrade Program has been around for a bit of time, and T-Mobile customers, like subscribers on other carriers, have had access to it since launch. But an important change is finally rolling out for folks under T-Mobile’s carrier umbrella.
In its latest Un-carrier announcement, T-Mobile has decided to try and improve its own customer service experience.
T-Mobile’s New FamilyMode App and Home Base Want to Make it Easy for Parents to Monitor Kids’ Device Usage
Apple introduced its Screen Time feature earlier this month along with iOS 12, which aims to give iOS users a bit more information as to how they’re using their devices and apps. But T-Mobile is taking it one step further.
Instances of exposed customer data are not rare anymore, and even T-Mobile has fallen victim to the issue.