T-Mobile Waives Haiti Calling and Roaming Fees
Today T-Mobile announced that it will not charge fees on calls placed to Haiti between January 12 and January 31 in order to support those seeking information on loved ones in the country. T-Mobile also said that it will not charge roaming fees for those customers who are in Haiti. All fees will be waived retroactively and removed from customer bills. T-Mobile has also pledged to donate wireless equipment, such as generators and phones.
Google Encouraging Android Pay Adoption with Donations
Nov 24, 2015
Google hopes the prospect of charitable giving will spur more people to use Android Pay for purchases during the holiday season. The company today said it will donate $1 for every Android Pay transaction between now and Dec.
ZTE Says Intel Chiefs' Fears Unfounded, Its Phones No Threat
Feb 15, 2018
ZTE says American consumers have no reason to fear its cell phones. The company issued a statement after the heads of the FBI, CIA, NSA and other intelligence groups suggested that Americans should not purchase phones made by ZTE and Huawei.
AT&T Says Sprint, T-Mobile Breaking FCC WiFi Calling Rules
Oct 2, 2015
AT&T recently filed a complaint with the FCC over WiFi calling services on the iPhone, which it says it cannot offer due to certain regulations. AT&T competitors Sprint and T-Mobile have offered WiFi calling for the better part of a year, and AT&T insists they are doing so against FCC regulations.
Facebook Adds Dating, Story Sharing, Group Organization, More
May 1, 2018
Facebook today made a significant number of additions to its platform that will lead to more features for end users over time. For example, a new tool will allow Facebook users to post to their Facebook Stories directly through third-party apps.
T-Mobile to Buy Layer3 TV and Launch TV Service Next Year
Dec 13, 2017
T-Mobile has set its sights on the cable TV industry and hopes to disrupt that market beginning next year. The company today announced plans to acquire Layer3 TV, which already delivers internet-based television service in five markets around the country.
Hey guys, look at us! We did good!
Way to toot your own horn T-Mobile. Congrats! 🙄
A company does a nice thing and you b*tch about it?
What are YOU doing for the relief effort? At this point in time, cell service (and ...
Verizon Wireless Advances $2.98 Million In Donations From Its Customers To Red Cross
As the outpouring of support continues from wireless users texting HAITI to 90999, the company said it would continue to advance funds pledged by Verizon Wireless customers and provide dollars to the Red Cross outside normal operation procedures.
Verizon Wireless president and CEO Lowell McAdam said, Ã¢â‚¬Å“President Obama and Secretary of State Clinton have challenged the American people to do...
Way to go T-Mobile
Verizon Wireless To Open Haiti Relief Connection Center In Miami, Florida,
The service is available and free to anyone trying to reach family and friends in Haiti. South Florida has the largest Haitian-American community in the...
BTW> over 1.5 mill already donated to American Red Cross by verizon customers via texting...very nice.
Good job T-mobile
T-Mobile needs a halo on the T 0=]
Proud to be a T-Mo subscriber
A step in the right direction.....