T-Mobile wants your unlocked iPhone .. will give you a better deal than AT&T

By: t-marco September 10th, 2012

Starting Wednesday, T-Mobile will start advertising that AT&T iPhone owners who are out of contract can switch to T-Mobile, just at the same day that Apple will launch the new iPhone.

“We’re seeing customers increasingly asking for more choice,” Harry Thomas, director of marketing at T-Mobile, told CNET. “We do think we have a big opportunity to sell people who are already have (an iPhone).”

  • Unlimited data: T-Mobile offers worry-free, unlimited nationwide data.
  • Cost Savings: Customers with unlocked iPhones can save $50/month compared to AT&T*.
  • Nationwide coverage that’s only getting better: T-Mobile’s voice network reaches 96% of all Americans, and later this year, as we transform our network, introducing 4G (HSPA+) service in our iPhone-compatible spectrum, these unlocked iPhones will get a significant speed boost where these improvements are available.

In Atlanta and New York, T-Mobile will be giving away $100 gift cards to customers who sign their iPhones up for two-year contracts.

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Samsung Galaxy Note, hacked and running on TMO 4G HSPA+

By: t-marco March 14th, 2012

I am fan of XDA developers and obviously i am running a custom ROM on my SGSII. But now an XDA user has hacked , rooted,flash a custom ROM and radio (T989UKLV1) and that was enough to unlocked the 1700/2100 HSPA+ bands that T-Mobile USA uses.

The Galaxy Note features a  5.3-inch HD Super AMOLED panel up front, with a 1280 x 800 pixel count, a 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor. That’s a step up in clock speed from the 1.4GHz Exynos processor in the original Note. Now T-Mobile users have the chance to use the Galaxy Note without changing carriers.

T-Mobile – AT&T wait for FCC approval, transfer spectrum

By: t-marco January 24th, 2012


AT&T and T-Mobile USA have fill up a file requesting the US FCC  for its approval for the proposed $1 billion worth of transfer in wireless airwaves. T-Mobile will receive AWS spectrum from AT&T in 128 markets, a $3 billion cash breakup fee and a seven year UMTS roaming agreement.

T-Mobile has said it needs additional spectrum to keep pace with its larger competitors. It is the only major national carrier with no plan to roll out the faster fourth-generation mobile broadband service known as LTE, and it lost 849,000 contract customers in last year’s first nine months.

Tom Sugrue, T-Mobile’s senior vice president said “This additional spectrum will help meet the growing demand for wireless broadband services,” from a email statement from the Wall Street Journal.


CES 2011, only one device for T-Mobile USA..Really?

By: t-marco January 13th, 2012

CES is over and here, thanks to IntoMobile, we can clearly see how many devices are coming to USA and each  carrier. AT&T is getting 8 new devices: HTC Titan II, Nokia Lumia 900, Pantech Burst and Element, Samsung Exhilarate, Skyrocket HD, Galaxy Note and Sony Xperia Ion) wow,  what a 8 beautiful devices.

Metro PCS is getting the new LG Connect 4G and Samsung Galaxy Atain 4G. Verizon Wireless will get the LG Spectrum, Motorola Razr Maxx, Motorola Droid 4, Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7, Blackberry Curve 9370 and ZTE Jetpack. Sprint will get the LG Viper 4G and Galaxy Nexus. And finally T-Mobile USA will offer the new Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G.

Well as you can see, there is a big and huge difference of what T-Mobile will offer compared with other carrier, specially AT&T.

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Last Week News : Samsung Galaxy S may get Icecream, AT&T – T-Mobile not more!

By: t-marco December 28th, 2011

Last Week Samsung announced that the original Galaxy S ( that includes Vibrant and Galaxy S 4G) and Galaxy Tab  wont get the new Android 4.0 Icecream Sandwich regarding with conflicts with TouchWiz user interface. After hearing so many costumer complains or just re-consider about the decision, Samsung is re-examining the devices, MSN Korea reports. Samsung did not immediately respond to a request for comment. As you see, there is still a hope to see our Galaxy S devices running Android 4.0.


On December 19th, AT&T announced that it was canceling its plans to acquire T-Mobile USA. As a result,T-Mobile will obtain a seven-year roaming deal with AT&T, which in turn expands T-Mobile’s coverage by about 20 percent as part of the $6 billion breakup fee.

“With the spectrum we’re getting, we have a better chance of expanding the network in many markets,” Deutsche Telekom CEO Rene Obermann said during a conference call with reporters. “That is not a final solution. In the long term, we need more spectrum and network capacity. We are working on that.”

AT&T and T-Mobile may join forces

By: t-marco December 1st, 2011

AT&T is looking at all of its remaining options, after the FCC denied the acquisition of T-Mobile. As you remember, AT&T tried to buy  T-Mobile USA for 39 billion dollars. No after withdraw the application, AT&T may have a backup plan. Rumors indicate that AT&T and Deutsche Telekom would teaming up together for a joint venture. It all depends on the verdict regarding the initial merger plan and, if that fails, it will eventually come down to the terms and conditions of the new joint-venture.

AT&T and Deutsche Telekom drops FCC merger application

By: t-marco November 24th, 2011

AT&T said Thursday that it has withdrawn its application from the Federal Communications Commission to acquire T-Mobile USA. “AT&T Inc and Deutsche Telekom AG are continuing to pursue the sale of Deutsche Telekom’s U.S. wireless assets to AT&T,” said the official statement today, as the two parties have decided to withdraw the merger application from the Commission. Deutsche Telekom, the parent of T-Mobile, and AT&T said in a joint statement that they intend to pursue the $39 billion merger and will prepare for a federal antitrust lawsuit that is seeking to block the deal.
The Justice Department together with Sprint, sued to block the transaction in August, saying a combination of AT&T and T-Mobile would eliminate one of four national U.S. wireless carriers and hamper competition.

T-Mobile Amaze 4G compatible with AT&T 3G/4G bands?

By: t-marco November 8th, 2011

T-Mobile says the Amaze 4G only has UMTS/HSPA+ bands IV and 2100, compatible only with T-Mobile USA and European countries. However, HTC website says UMTS1700/2100/AWS, UMTS2100, 1900, 850( compatible with AT&T )  A user at XDA decided to unlock the phone and put a AT&T sim card in it and ..bang..it is confirmed. The Amaze 4G is also compatible with AT&T 4G bands.

If you are planing to buy a phone to be compatible with t-mo and at&t bands, this is one of your best choices.


via Phandroid