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Your Smartphone Connection May Speed Up Soon Thanks to the TV Industry

The government’s upcoming spectrum auction is intended to sell off airwave rights assigned to television broadcasters that they no longer need. Later this year, the spare frequencies will be sold to mobile phone carriers, whose current spectrum rights are nearly overwhelmed in some major metro areas, slowing consumers smartphone connections to a crawl. 233 more words


T-Mobile Faces Labor Investigation After Employees Complain

An internal program T-Mobile set up to air gripes from call center employees called “T-Voice” is an illegal management-controlled union, argued some of the telco’s workers in a filing with the National Labor Relations Board. 390 more words


The Anti-Competitive US Marketplace

The US Council of Economic Advisers released a report on April 15th that cited examples of anticompetitive market power throughout many sectors of the US economy. 692 more words

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T-Mobile Increasing Store Openings to Help Move Grandma's Photos to Her New iPhone

T-Mobile is starting a major retail push this year with plans to open 400 of its own branded stores and another 1,000 outlets to sell its MetroPCS prepaid service. 381 more words


T-Mobile Growing Fast Even As Customer Credit Quality Improves

T-Mobile has been the fastest growing U.S. mobile company virtually since the day CEO John Legere kicked off his unconventional “Uncarrier” marketing campaign three years ago. 489 more words


T-Mobile Boosts Revenue With Big Discounts

T-Mobile has reported a better-than-expected 10.6 percent rise in quarterly revenue and raised its forecast for customer additions in 2016 as heavy discounts helped the No.3 U.S. 193 more words


T-Mobile's MetroPCS Adds Lots More Data For Switchers

Customers who switch at least one mobile phone to MetroPCS from a competitor will get considerably more data for any plan that includes two or more lines. 346 more words