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TmoNews 07/19/2019 20:19
Some T-Mobile customers having issues with HD video streaming, but a fix is being worked on.
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GSMArena.com 07/19/2019 19:27
Today T-Mobile has announced that it will be offering both the Galaxy A10e and the Galaxy A20 starting on July 26.
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ConsumerAffairs.com 07/19/2019 18:59
Justice Department may block T-Mobile/Sprint merger if settlement isn’t reached soon.
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PhoneArena 07/19/2019 15:42
New and existing T-Mobile customers can score a free phone by adding a new line.
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PhoneDog.com 07/19/2019 13:57
T-Mobile is launching its new REVVLRY and REVVLRY+ phones today, and they come with a new preinstalled app from the magenta carrier.
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Digital Trends 07/19/2019 13:55
T-Mobile is offering free smartphones to customers when they purchase a new line in T-Mobile’s Magenta tier or above.
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9to5Google 07/19/2019 13:44
Looking through the T-Mobile Play app, we found that T-Mobile Play appears to be taking the place of the Google Discover feed on the leftmost side of the launcher, and also integrating the Discover feed into the ...
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AndroidHeadlines.com 07/19/2019 13:29
The T-Mobile/Sprint merger could reach a decision with the DoJ in a matter of days, but MoffettNathanson analysts say that a "no deal" decision would be better than a conditional merger approval at this point.
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FierceWireless: Developer 07/19/2019 11:53
With a final decision reportedly expected next week on T-Mobile and Sprint’s proposed $26.5 billion merger, MoffettNathanson analysts indicated no deal may be better than the fourth-competitor scenario likely needed to win regulatory approval.
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Android Police 07/19/2019 11:36
T-Mobile is adding bloatware next to the Google Discover feed on its REVVLRY phones.
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Multichannel News 07/19/2019 11:10
T-Mobile is worried that if it sets up Dish Network as America’s fourth big wireless company in order to please regulators, either Comcast or Charter—or both—will swoop in and buy the company.
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Business Wire 07/19/2019 09:08
Today, T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) announced that customers can take their pick of five smartly-priced smartphones for FREE with 24 monthly bill credits when they add a voice line.
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John Legere's pay package is simply a grander version of the compensation formulas that most of the biggest publicly traded companies use to reward their top executives.
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Mobile World Live 07/19/2019 02:44
A deal with Dish Network would reportedly include the transfer of spectrum and Sprint prepay brand Boost Mobile, along with an MVNO agreement allowing Dish Network to use T-Mobile capacity while it builds up its new network.
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The main hang-up appears to be T-Mobile parent company Deutsche Telekom(NASDAQOTH:DTEGY), which wants to attach strings to any divestiture deal.
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T-Mobile Reportedly Worried That Dish Is Actually a Trojan Horse for Cable.
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FirstPost (India) 07/18/2019 16:35
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department has told T-Mobile US Inc and Sprint Corp to wrap up a deal by the end of next week to sell assets that need to be divested or face a lawsuit aimed at stopping their proposed merger, a source familiar with the deal said on Thursday.
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