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T-Mobile boosts Music Freedom; Google Play Music incoming

T-Mobile boosts Music Freedom; Google Play Music incoming

T-Mobile USA has added six new streaming music services to its Music Freedom, promising audio access from twelve providers without eating into your data allowance, and with Google Play Music still to come. Music Freedom launched two months ago, divorcing services like Spotify and Pandora from each subscriber's data bundle so that they could listen to as much they wanted without encountering overage fees.

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T-Mobile doubles family plans, eases tablet add-ons

T-Mobile doubles family plans, eases tablet add-ons

T-Mobile USA is expanding its family plans and allowing Simple Choice subscribers to add a tablet to their plans, as the carrier continues its aggressive price war. The changes mean that family plans will now support up to ten lines, rather than the five of before, which T-Mobile says comes after requests from larger families and small businesses.

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T-Mobile adds 2GB LTE option to Simple Starter

T-Mobile adds 2GB LTE option to Simple Starter

T-Mobile USA threw the cat among the budget pigeons back in April with its Simple Starter plan, a $40 tariff promising no data overage fees, and now the carrier is adding an upgrade option for those wanting more internet access. Until now, Simple Starter included 500 MB of LTE data each month, but for $5 extra T-Mobile will bump that up to 2GB.

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T-Mobile kicks off 10GB LTE family attack on AT&T

T-Mobile kicks off 10GB LTE family attack on AT&T

T-Mobile is turning its attentions to family plans, kicking off a 10GB offer for four users it claims could save subscribers more than $700 a year versus its rivals. The promotion, available for sign-ups until the end of September, splits 10GB of data between four people, with no overage fees and unlimited talk and text as well.

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T-Mobile CEO blasts FTC; Goes “double-down” on SMS outreach

T-Mobile CEO blasts FTC; Goes “double-down” on SMS outreach

T-Mobile CEO John Legere has waded into the FTC furore over premium text message fees, accusing the commission of political posturing, and announcing a boost to the carrier's proactive refund program. Allegations of charge-stuffing surfaced earlier this week, with T-Mobile accused by the FTC of "masking" outrageous fees for premium services as well as shirking its responsibilities for refunds.

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FTC: T-Mobile “crammed” bills with bogus fees, profited [UPDATE]

FTC: T-Mobile “crammed” bills with bogus fees, profited [UPDATE]

Turns out the “Uncarrier" may have been making some unreal money from their customers. A new FTC complaint levies some serious charges, which amount to the carrier bilking their subscribers. The complaint also alleges T-Mobile was taking steps to cover their tracks, and purposefully confusing customers with vague language and extensive paperwork.

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T-Mobile and Rhapsody team up for ad-free UnRadio service

T-Mobile and Rhapsody team up for ad-free UnRadio service

How fitting, that on the same day it would announce that music streaming no longer counts towards one's data cap, T-Mobile has also unleashed its own Internet radio service? Called UnRadio, the service promises to be unlike other competitors' offerings.

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T-Mobile Music Freedom: streaming without touching your data quota

T-Mobile Music Freedom: streaming without touching your data quota

Amidst its other event-related news this evening, T-Mobile has announced a big change for music lovers: music streaming without it affecting your data quota. CEO Legere, calling himself a "music freak", said he was "outraged" at the use of music to lure in subscribers to "over-priced plans". Music should be free, he said, and so starting now it no longer counts towards one's 4G data on the carrier's Simple Choice plans.

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T-Mobile Test Drive: take the carrier for a seven-day spin

T-Mobile Test Drive: take the carrier for a seven-day spin

At its event today, T-Mobile has announced that interested consumers can take the carrier's network for a spin through its new T-Mobile Test Drive program. Under Test Drive, prospective subscribers are given an iPhone 5s with unlimited service to use for up to seven days, sans cost.

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T-Mobile’s John Legere is not happy with an AT&T Amazon phone

T-Mobile’s John Legere is not happy with an AT&T Amazon phone

When it comes to quiet, reserved CEOs, T-Mobile chief John Legere hardly qualifies, but the outspoken exec has been even more forthright today amid chatter of an AT&T exclusive on the new Amazon phone. Reports earlier suggested Amazon has inked a deal with AT&T to be the sole carrier offering its new, 3D-toting smartphone, something Legere believes is officially A Bad Idea.

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Which is the fastest US network? It’s complicated

Which is the fastest US network? It’s complicated

Smartphones and tablets are faster and more capable than ever, but without a similarly speedy internet connection - usually LTE - they're still hamstrung. Unfortunately carrier maps are generally more interested in breadth of coverage than quality, hence third-party testing has stepped in to help answer the question of "Which US carrier is the best?" As you might expect, though, the results are complicated.

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LG G3 for T-Mobile appears with 3GB RAM

LG G3 for T-Mobile appears with 3GB RAM

LG's newest flagship handset, the LG G3, has appeared on T-Mobile's website, and with it comes the revelation that users will get 3GB of RAM, something that follows in line with some of the rumors that surfaced pre-launch and the official details that came later.

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