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T-Mobile responding to AT&T with newspaper ad campaign

T-Mobile responding to AT&T with newspaper ad campaign

You may have seen the AT&T newspaper ad a few days ago that attacked T-Mobile for its slow data network and the high number of dropped and failed calls. However, T-Mobile got a kick out of it, but it looks like they're not letting AT&T have the last word. The company is prepared to push out several advertisements to newspaper as early as today.

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MetroPCS moves back shareholders meeting to April 12th

MetroPCS moves back shareholders meeting to April 12th

MetroPCS has moved the date of its shareholders meeting back to April 12th. The special meeting will allow MetroPCS stockholders to vote for the pending T-Mobile merger. Following the meeting and the votes, MetroPCS believes that its merger with T-Mobile will be completed shortly after. MetroPCS encourages all of its shareholders to vote in favor of the proposal using their GREEN proxy card.

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AT&T attacks T-Mobile in full-page newspaper ad

AT&T attacks T-Mobile in full-page newspaper ad

When you find out that AT&T put out an attack ad about a competing carrier, you're first guess is that they're probably going after Verizon, which is AT&T's biggest competition right now. However, it turns out that Ma Bell is going after the little guys in a new full-page newspaper ad that appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and USA Today.

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T-Mobile roadmap surfaces showing new Nokia Flame 4G smartphone

T-Mobile roadmap surfaces showing new Nokia Flame 4G smartphone

If you're a big fan of Nokia smartphones on the T-Mobile network, a screenshot showing up revealing a roadmap for the carrier. The roadmap shows the smartphone called the Nokia Flame 4G with the date of April 24. The device is believed to be a Windows Phone 8 smartphone.

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EE paring back store saturation: 78 locations to close

EE paring back store saturation: 78 locations to close

UK 4G network EE will close 78 stores across the UK, the carrier has confirmed, as it pares back unneeded retail floorspace following the harmonized rebranding of T-Mobile and Orange locations. The shuttering will affect more than 10-percent of EE's total retail locations, the FT reports, after the common branding led to some EE stores being just a few paces apart.

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T-Mobile Nexus 7 now available on Google Play

T-Mobile Nexus 7 now available on Google Play

Up until now, Google was only selling the Nexus 7 with AT&T SIM cards bundled with it, but since the device is unlocked and runs on HSPA+ cellular technology, Google decided that there was no harm in offering T-Mobile SIM cards with the 7-inch tablet, so customers can now buy a Nexus 7 for T-Mobile on Google Play right now.

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Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile to offer BlackBerry 10 devices

Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile to offer BlackBerry 10 devices

RIM's BlackBerry 10 platform will feature on Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile USA, all three US carriers have confirmed, with each of the networks publicly stating that they will be offering smartphones running the new OS. The new line-up, set to be officially revealed come January 30, with at least two new models demonstrated at the time.

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RIM and T-Mobile announce the BlackBerry Curve 9315

RIM and T-Mobile announce the BlackBerry Curve 9315

While RIM is gearing up to launch BlackBerry 10 at the end of the month, the company is still hard at work launching other phones in the meantime. Case in point, the company officially announced the BlackBerry Curve 9315 on T-Mobile's network. It's not a high-end device by any means, but it's only $49 plus $10 per month for the Equipment Installment Plan.

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Samsung Galaxy S III with LTE rumored for T-Mobile

Samsung Galaxy S III with LTE rumored for T-Mobile

Samsung's flagship Galaxy S III smartphone has been available for some time now, but it's still one of the best Android devices out there, and carriers are still promoting it as one of their elite devices to choose from. Case in point, it's rumored that T-Mobile will be outing an LTE version of the Galaxy S III sometime next year.

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UK 4G bidders revealed: Vodafone, O2, Three & EE all want airwaves

UK 4G bidders revealed: Vodafone, O2, Three & EE all want airwaves

Telecoms regulator Ofcom has announced the seven bidders in the UK 4G spectrum auction, with the process itself set to kick off in January 2013 and networks potentially switching on midway through next year. Vodafone, Hutchinson 3G (aka Three), and Telefonica (aka O2), are all among the bidders, as well as Everything Everywhere which is currently the only UK network to offer commercial LTE service through its EE brand.

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T-Mobile improves coverage in Atlanta, Minneapolis, and Seattle

T-Mobile improves coverage in Atlanta, Minneapolis, and Seattle

T-Mobile announced today that they have made some "technology advancements" in three major cities, which include Atlanta, Minneapolis, and Seattle. T-Mobile didn't say what these advancements consist of, but you can be sure that data speeds are now a bit faster in these areas. On top of these cities, T-Mobile is also working on improving coverage in other major cities across the US as we speak.

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T-Mobile begins testing for prepaid mobile brand, could launch next year

T-Mobile begins testing for prepaid mobile brand, could launch next year

Even though T-Mobile plans to go completely prepaid in 2013 and get rid of subsidies altogether, it's been confirmed that the carrier is launching a separate prepaid brand called GoSmart Mobile, which is currently be tested in "select market", and could launch sometime next year if the company is happy with the results of the testing.

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