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FCC head tells Sprint Chairman Masayoshi Son he is skeptical of T-Mobile deal

FCC head tells Sprint Chairman Masayoshi Son he is skeptical of T-Mobile deal

Sprint wants to purchase T-Mobile but since the merger would remove one of the four major carriers from the US market, the deal needs FCC and regulatory approvals. Sprint and T-Mobile have been working with the FCC to get the deal approved, but that may never happen. Sprint and T-Mobile had a meeting with the DoJ late in January 2014, and the merger was in danger after the meeting.

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Sprint purchase of T-Mobile gets murky after DoJ meeting

Sprint purchase of T-Mobile gets murky after DoJ meeting

The first time we heard that Sprint was considering a purchase of T-Mobile was in December 2013. At the time, the acquisition was tipped to possibly happen in the first half of 2014. As with any major acquisition, the deal would be subject to closing conditions and regulatory approval.

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T-Mobile LG G Flex release hits alongside blue-keyed QWERTY

T-Mobile LG G Flex release hits alongside blue-keyed QWERTY

Two devices will be arriving at T-Mobile USA soon, so says the carrier, with the larger bringing up the curviest of market cut-outs with the LG G Flex. The LG G Flex full SlashGear review should give you a basic idea of what it's all about, while this release is coming in right alongside a strange addition to T-Mobile's ranks: a new QWERTY.

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Xperia Z1S hits T-Mobile through Sony Mobile and in-store

Xperia Z1S hits T-Mobile through Sony Mobile and in-store

The folks at T-Mobile and Sony are proving they're willing to go the extra mile when it comes to the release of the Xperia Z1S this week. In the release - which begins today - both T-Mobile USA and Sony will be making this unique model available both online and in-stores. While the device has been made available in a more general sense from Sony before, this T-Mobile edition has just appeared available today.

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T-Mobile launches Mobile Money to help do away with excessive fees

T-Mobile launches Mobile Money to help do away with excessive fees

It seems almost ridiculous that people have to pay others just to use their own money, but that is how the world currently turns. T-Mobile, however, is of a different opinion and is introducing Mobile Money as a way to keep those check cashers, payday lenders and withdrawal fees at bay.

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T-Mobile Sony Xperia Z1S Review

T-Mobile Sony Xperia Z1S Review

To say that Sony is participating in the current “if it isn’t broke, don’t fix it” trend would be an understatement if you’ve been keeping track of their hero Xperia smartphone lineup. In the Xperia Z1S, we’ve got essentially the same build as in the internationally-aimed Xperia Z1, here coming to T-Mobile with the carrier’s Uncarrier plans attached, and just as much power as the original. In other words - if you liked the Xperia Z and were looking forward to the just that-much-better Xperia Z1 “Honami”, this is your winning ticket.

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Verizon shortens Edge upgrade waiting period to 30 days

Verizon shortens Edge upgrade waiting period to 30 days

After T-Mobile's rather biting offer, almost a bribe, for subscribers from other carriers to switch sides, it was only a matter of time before those carriers bit back. Now Verizon is announcing a revised Edge plan, shortening the 6-month wait to 30 days, to keep their customers from jumping ship.

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T-Mobile Un-Carrier 4.0 expands to U.S. Cellular, 12 other regional carriers

T-Mobile Un-Carrier 4.0 expands to U.S. Cellular, 12 other regional carriers

The team at T-Mobile USA let it be known at CES 2014 that they had no love for their fellow carriers, going so far as to offer early termination fee repayment for switching. Users moving away from Verizon, Sprint, and AT&T were offered their entire family’s early termination fees - to a point - when trading in working devices, up to $650 USD per line. This bit of a program has been expanded this week to include more carriers than just the initial three.

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T-Mobile Ad surfaces confirming family ETF payoff plans

T-Mobile Ad surfaces confirming family ETF payoff plans

T-Mobile and its CEO, John Legere, have been teasing its plan to offer to pay early termination fees (ETF) for customers that transfer in from another carrier. All of the details of T-Mobile's Uncarrier 4.0 plan that the ETF payoff is thought to be part of are expected to come at CES, possibly today. Ahead of the official talk about the plan, an ad has surfaced from T-Mobile.

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AT&T fires back at T-Mobile with credit for T-Mo converts

AT&T fires back at T-Mobile with credit for T-Mo converts

Reports surfaced last month that T-Mobile had a plan to convert subscribers from other carriers. That plan involved paying some of the early termination fees for new subscribers to T-Mobile that ditched their current carrier. A source claimed that T-Mobile planned to pay up to $350 in credit to cover the early termination fees charged by other carriers for converts.

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T-Mobile GoSmart brings free mobile data for Facebook visits

T-Mobile GoSmart brings free mobile data for Facebook visits

Supposing you only ever use your smartphone for Facebook, you may want to have a peek at the delivery vehicle GoSmart Mobile has just unveiled on T-Mobile USA’s home network. They’ve suggested that if you’re all about working with Facebook, you deserve free internet. This plan will begin in January and will bring two kinds of Facebook access for all GoSmart users.

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T-Mobile reportedly plans to pay early termination fees for new subscribers

T-Mobile reportedly plans to pay early termination fees for new subscribers

It is no secret that T-Mobile aims to make waves in the wireless industry with its Uncarrier push, something that has offered up various perks and seemingly spurred other carriers to adopt similar options. The carrier's John Legere teased earlier this week "Uncarrier 4.0", and according to a source that cropped up, this could mean paying other carriers' early termination fees for new subscribers.

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