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Big Telecom Union Targeting Wireless Workers in 2017

With the old line telephone business shrinking every year, the main union for telecommunications employees is renewing its efforts to organize more workers on the wireless side of the industry. 576 more words

Tech

The best Pone skin Ever made; Ever

Okay, so… ever since I had the sidekick from T-Mobile I have been making my own phone skins. Obviously, the iPhone doesn’t let me get near as creative as the sidekick does, but I have been making myself a new design for the heck of it every few months or so. 38 more words

Adventure

Unlimited Cellular Data

All four major wireless carriers have been in the news recently concerning unlimited wireless data plans. The unlimited plans get even more intriguing when you consider that the upcoming FCC is likely to be hands off and may allow the carriers to have zero-rating plans. 747 more words

The Industry

Tekenmotoren aan!

De kick-off van Leergang4 op T-mobile  is al weer een feit! ochtend en middag sessies voor les 1 kwamen nu voor 1 keer bij elkaar voor een uurtje instructie en mooie kadootjes. 271 more words

Cursus

T-Mobile Gets In On #GivingTuesday

Today, one of my favorite brands, T-Mobile, turns into the ultimate giving machine to celebrate the global day of giving — #GivingTuesday.

Since T-Mobile Tuesdays launched in June of 2016, T-Mobile customers have redeemed more than 20 million thank you gifts – shoot, on many days, I have gotten a Lyft ride home, courtesy of the Un-carrier. 216 more words

You Can Change It

T-Mobile has one of the best Cyber Monday deals on the iPhone 7

Black Friday is finally over, but the shopping craze isn’t done, particularly today. Cyber Monday is in full swing and retailers are ready to sell you a ton of products at discount prices. 218 more words

Mobile

T-Mobile will pay a $48 million fine for unlimited data plans

The FCC found T-Mobile reducing down connections for heavy data clients and now it is making the company pay  for it. In a negotiation reported, T-Mobile agreed to pay $48 million to handle an investigation into the company’s unlimited data plan. 211 more words

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