The NLRB said the case showed how management at T-Mobile worked to suppress workers from organizing through "unlawful corporate policies issued from the highest levels of the company."
T-Mobile’s move to cover device costs for switching customers comes just days after Sprint already committed to do the same.
In addition to the rate plans, T-Mobile for Business will include dot com domains from GoDaddy...
Recon Analytics’ Roger Entner is back and today we’re talking about the Un-carrier announcement coming tomorrow from T-Mobile.
Sprint Monday unveiled Workplace-as-a-Service (WaaS), its new fully managed communications and productivity product suite for businesses.
T-Mobile says that 27 percent of its postpaid customers have so far dipped into their rollover data.
According to a press release, the carrier is now offering to pay all costs associated with switching from another carrier, including the remaining balance on any financed devices, as well as early termination fees (ETF).
The release is coupled with statements from Wheeler and the four other FCC commissioners.
Lawyers from AT&T and Verizon are likely poring over the just released 400-page document before they ask their clients for the go-ahead signatures to take the issue to the courts.
“We’re confident we can keep growing and generating cash on a fully levered basis,” said T-Mobile CFO Braxton Carter.
In Dish, T-Mobile could have a valuable partner on many levels.
“Charlie Ergen’s done a masterful job of creating a very differentiated mid-band spectrum position.”
The same report sites sources who say that the Softcard app will be pulled from Google Play by...
“This is probably the lesson T-Mobile most wants to avoid."
T-Mobile is partnering up with Alcatel-Lucent and Qualcomm in its latest effort toward deploying License Assisted Access (LAA)...
“[DT CEO] Tim [Hoettges] and I have had a number of conversations that are generally related to ‘Don’t you think you’re doing too much?’” said Legere.
In our recent conversation with Recon Analytics' Roger Entner, we discuss the thorny regulatory environment that could pop up around services like Dish's new Sling TV; Sprint's constrained resources; and the whopping $44 billion raised in the FCC's AWS-3 auction. Check out all three installments right here.
Softcard, which was launched by AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon as a joint venture in 2010 under the name ISIS, uses Near Field Communications (NFC) to make contactless...
LAA is planned for 3GPP industry standardization in mid-2016, and Nokia Networks plans to integrate LAA capabilities into...
Customers who port in a number from a competitor will get the access fee waived for up to 10 lines for one year.
“I think Dish is a great opportunity for the country and possibly for T-Mobile,” said T-Mobile CEO John Legere.
T-Mobile’s stock jumped almost 4 percent in early Thursday trading as the carrier reported...
“If the government wants a competitive wireless market, they need to establish auction rules to reflect that,” wrote Legere.
Welcome to the first installment of our new regular series where we’ll sit down with Recon Analytics’ Roger Entner and hash out the biggest news and issues in the wireless industry.