T-Mobile has changed the wireless industry time and time again when it holds its Un-carrier events. The firm has now announced that it will hold its Un-carrier Next event on September 6.
T-Mobile has recently updated its JUMP! On Demand program allowing customers to swap to a new phone every 30 days. This will give even the most indecisive client a great way to explore handsets.
T-Mobile has just announced its ONE Unlimited 55+ plan that will offer an incredible discount on either a single line of service or a pair of lines. The offer will be open to those 55 and older.
Xiaomi has confirmed, through Hugo Barra, that it has started tests on US carrier networks with a specially made Mi 5. The tests indicate that the company is looking to expand into the US soon.
Google is once again trying to put pressure on OEMs and carriers to make sure users get the latest Android updates. But its efforts may be in vain thanks to fundamentally opposite business models.
Microsoft has reportedly confirmed to its partners that it is finally planning to start rolling out its much-delayed Windows 10 Mobile upgrade for Windows Phone 8.1 handsets later this month.
The European Union is determined to be among the first parts of the world to deploy 5G technologies, and it's now partnering with Japan and others to make sure that happens.
From Insider insights and Xbox success, to Google's carrier problem, Nokia's birthday, AOL's acquisition, and Verizon's new/old Windows Phones, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Microsoft has confirmed that with Windows 10 Mobile, it will be moving to the same OS update model as the PC, with far more regular updates delivered direct from the company itself, not the carriers.
Several European carriers are reportedly planning to block online ads at a network level from later this year, in a move intended to convince Google to share its ad revenues with mobile operators.
After Vodafone began the trend earlier this month, EE has now started to roll out LTE-A technology, marketed as 4G+. This will allow users on compatible handsets to reach higher speeds online.
The UK government has proposed a 'national roaming' plan, to allow mobile users to switch to rival networks in areas with limited coverage, but leading carriers have dismissed the idea as unworkable.
The UK government is considering a proposal that could force carriers to allow users of rival networks to use their signal, as part of plans to improve nationwide mobile coverage.
The FCC is pressuring carriers to adopt a policy that lets users unlock their mobile device once their contracts expire. The FCC's Chairman says he wants this plan in place by the end of the year.
Sources at three of the U.K.'s major networks reveal that pre-orders for the colourful iPhone 5c have been disappointing, with one indicating that demand has been "60-70% less" than had been expected.
The European Commission plans to push forward with new legislation that would force operators to reduce roaming charges by two-thirds, and regulation to encourage carriers to abolish them entirely.
Phones4U, one of Uk's biggest phone retailers has just announced they will be launching their own Virtual Network in March. They will be using EE's network but will only support 2G/3G in the beginning
As the UK's communications regulator criticises mobile operators for 'stifling innovation' in blocking access to VoIP services, Skype plans to lean more heavily on carriers to open up their networks.
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