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Tag Archives: tmobile
I wonder what would happen if they carried an iPhone?
Nice catch by Eric Slivka at MacRumors: T-Mobile USA today announced earnings results for the fourth quarter of 2011, revealing a net loss of over 800,000 contract subscribers during the quarter. The carrier, which is now the only one of … Continue reading
Definitely no chance of other mergers occurring any time soon.
The FCC has accepted a request by AT&T to withdrawal it’s bid for T-Mobile. Alongside this acceptance, the FCC released a 109 page document discussing many of the problems with the proposed merger.
It’s official that T-Mobile will not be getting the iPhone 5, at least according to the CMO. Many were hoping that the iPhone 5 would be available for all 4 major carriers this round.