Following the closing of markets in the US on Wednesday, T-Mobile revealed its Q2 results. The Magenta carrier has done it again, surpassing estimates and forecasts projected by analysts in just about every area. It’s another quarter to be put into the record books!
The BlackBerry KEYone has officially landed on Sprint, the first U.S. carrier to sell the premium mid-ranger with a full keyboard. Hopefully, Verizon will be next to add availability.
AT&T has today re-branded ‘GoPhone’ to simply ‘AT&T Prepaid.’ The service has undergone no changes other than the name, and for a limited time, new sign-ups on AT&T Prepaid will get their first two months for free.
T-Mobile came out with the famous One Plus unlimited plan a few months ago. Up until this point, no carrier has been able to match T-Mobile’s One Plus unlimited plan in terms of bang for your buck. However, this may no longer be the case, as a T-Mobile employee spilled the beans yesterday on Reddit that the plan’s add-on line pricing would take a hike up to $10 per month (from $5 per month) per customer.
Two U.S. carriers, Verizon and Sprint, have been going at it over the last several months. For the most part, Verizon has come out on top, but now, Sprint is fighting back with a crazy new offering for customers who make the switch.
A trusted source has reported to us that Essential has confirmed its release plans for the United States. The new Essential PH-1 smartphone will be available exclusively on Sprint.
In recent times, Verizon has been making giant strides in offering great value with their prepaid options. They are back again, this time with amazing offers on prepaid plans. Revised offers from Verizon will obviously put a smile on the faces of consumers as all existing plans were altered to benefit the customer.
The Chief Operating Officer of T-Mobile, Mike Sievert revealed that starting from May 31st, “every T-Mobile customer’s phone number will be upgraded to DIGITS for free.” DIGITS is a top-of-the-line beta program that supports inter-connectivity between your mobile number and other compatible devices such as phone, tablet, smartwatch, computer, and more thereby eliminating the heck multiple phones and multiple numbers, especially for business. DIGITS was actually introduced sometime last year but T-Mobile said that feedback from customers will be used [Read More]