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T-Mobile Posts Strong Q2 Earnings, Raises Subscriber Forecast

T-Mobile US Inc on Thursday posted better-than-expected second-quarter profit and revenue and raised its 2015 subscriber forecast for the second time this year, boosting shares about 5 percent. 379 more words

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My Last Nerve: The T-Mobile (Hipster) Commercials

I don’t know if it is just me. And I seriously doubt it, but for some strange reason beyond my comprehension I have developed an aversion to those bloody stupid T-Mobile commercials. 367 more words

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T-Mobile keeps growing, and CEO John Legere won't stop bragging about it

What happens when you combine a bombastic CEO with a marketing strategy that ruthlessly attacks its competitors? Apparently, it’s 2.1 million new customers.

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T-Mobile launches JUMP! Early program

Ever since T-Mobile launched their Un-Carrier program, they have no doubt changed the wireless carrier spectrum. And they are at it again with added features to one of their best program incentives called Jump On Demand. 155 more words

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Sprint counters T-Mobile with 10GB of shared family data

The battle between Sprint and T-Mobile for the hearts and phone lines of America’s families is heating up. T-Mobile recently updated its Simple Choice family plan to give a pair of people unlimited calling and text, as well as 10GB of data to each of them for $!00 a month. 90 more words

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T-Mobile adds free Apple Music cellular streaming, offers free next-gen iPhone upgrades to iPhone 6 buyers

Summer for T-Mobile this year has meant announcing a series of promotions and plans dubbed #UncarrierAmped. Today, the company launched the latest, and last of these moves. 34 more words

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T-Mobile’s iPhone 6s and Apple Music offer just changed the game again

It looks like T-Mobile is going all out to win over iPhone fans. The “Un-carrier” announced on Tuesday that customers can now trade in their current devices for a new iPhone 6 right now for $0 down and $15 per month over 18 months. 16 more words

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