T-Mobile Settles ETF Lawsuit
T-Mobile has agreed to settle a class-action lawsuit over early termination fees. Members of the class (subscribers who paid T-Mobile's flat-rate ETF of $200 between July 23, 1999 through February 19, 2009) are eligible for a $125 settlement or credit towards T-Mobile's HotSpot service. T-Mobile made it clear that this settlement does not equate to an admission of wrong-doing. The total cash outlay for T-Mobile to cover all the claims is expected to be about $11.5 million.
U.S. Carriers Share Galaxy S9 and S9+ Launch Plans and Pricing
Feb 25, 2018
All four major carriers in the U.S. plan to sell the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ beginning in March.
LG Settles Bootloop Lawsuit, Offers Class Members Cash
Feb 1, 2018
LG has reached an agreement with lawyers representing owners of select smartphones and will offer impacted class members cash. The settlement puts to rest the bootloop problem that plagued a number of LG smartphones, including the G4, G5, V10, V20, and Nexus 5X.
AT&T Targets Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon with Switching Offer
Feb 15, 2016
AT&T today said it will pay customers of competing networks up to $650 per line to switch to AT&T. The latest tactic hopes to woo Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless customers by offering to cover their fees.
Sprint Offering $200 In Credit for Trade-Ins
Feb 8, 2016
Sprint today is kicking off a limited promotion that will reward new and existing customers with $200 in credit towards a new device when they trade in a working smartphone. The credit can be applied to the Samsung Galaxy S6 or Galaxy Note 5.
T-Mobile Talks Up Coverage Improvements, iPhone Deals
Sep 10, 2015
T-Mobile said it has doubled the number of square miles covered by its LTE network over the last year, according to a blog post written by CEO John Legere. T-Mobile is on track to blanket another 600,000 square miles of area with LTE by the end of the year.
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