Dish Network is ditching its relationship with wireless carrier T-Mobile in favor of a new business pact with rival AT&T.
T-Mobile says it will soon offer the cheapest 5G-capable smartphone in the United States.
Deutsche Telekom is exploring ways to take majority control of T-Mobile’s United States wireless phone operation, according to a report.
Dish chairman Charlie Ergen criticized wireless phone company T-Mobile over its plans to shut down an older-generation network.
T-Mobile will stop supporting its Wi-Fi Calling feature on a number of older phones.
T-Mobile is just another wireless phone company pushing $70 a month service.
T-Mobile is no longer offering new Sprint lines for activation, and that means an end to the “Hulu on Us” promotion.
A survey by RootMetrics offered praise for all three carriers, but AT&T earned the most high marks in some surprising categories.
T-Mobile really wants to be the wireless phone service of choice for people who absolutely must have 5G network access.
T-Mobile’s new wireless home Internet service does not work with the Walt Disney Company’s Hulu with Live TV service, The Desk has learned.