Popular PC website PCMag conducted its 12th annual “Fast Mobile Networks” today. Out of the top three network operators, T-Mobile turned out to be the overall winner with the fastest network speeds in the United States.
T-Mobile will be offering a year of Apple TV+ subscription for free to its existing and new Magenta and Magenta MAX customers starting this Wednesday. The list of eligible customers also includes those on Sprint’s Unlimited Plus, Premium, T-Mobile Business, and Military plans.
T-Mobile today announced its own AirTag like item tracker called SyncUp. But unlike Apple’s AirTag, T-Mobile’s SyncUp features an LTE connection making it easier for you to track your items in real-time.
T-Mobile completed its acquisition of Sprint earlier this year. Now, the Un-carrier is getting around to announcing its first unified plan for Sprint and T-Mobile customers. Under its latest plan, T-Mobile is offering four lines of unlimited data for $100/month to customers if they enable autopay. And this includes 5G connectivity as well.
As part of the “Un-carrier event,” T-mobile has launched a series of new services and features. The company has launched Scam Shield, which is essentially a scam identification and blocking technology. T-Mobile will automatically screen all the calls for scam identification and blocking. Furthermore, users can choose to automatically block all the suspected calls.
The merger of Sprint and T-Mobile in the US has been on the cards for years now, and it has finally received approval from a federal judge earlier today. The third and fourth-largest wireless carriers in the US might now be able to truly compete with AT&T and Verizon.
T-Mobile has finally launched 5G across the U.S. The service and the related network will go live starting today, however, you will be able to use it only by the end of the week. The reason for this is that the first phones supporting T-Mobile’s 5G will go on sale this Friday.
Earlier this week, T-Mobile and Sprint’s merger deal received regulatory approval from the FCC, the voting had taken place last month. The merger still has some final hurdles to cross. Meanwhile, T-Mobile CEO John Legere has announced that once the merger is completed, he would offer free 5G service to first responders in the United States for the next 10 years.