T-Mobile US Inc. announced Monday that CEO John Legere will step down next year, replaced by President, COO and Board Director Mike Sievert. Sievert's new title will be President and CEO. The transition takes place on May 1, 2020.
Earlier today, T-Mobile announced its Un-carrier 1.0 initiatives as part of the proposed "New T-Mobile" -- the combination of T-Mobile and Sprint that was just formally approved by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and may launch in 2020.
One of the benefits of the brand new Apple Card is its 3% Daily Cash rewards. And it keeps getting better as Apple expands its availability beyond its own stores.
T-Mobile has supported the eSIM in the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR right out of the gate, but only for prepaid plans. That's finally changing.
New security flaws that have been discovered in both 4G and the upcoming 5G cellular networks make it easy for an attacker to eavesdrop on your phone calls and track your location.
Carrier T-Mobile on Thursday announced a new feature, Caller Verified, which promises to offer additional, better protections from scammers and spammers than its existing tools.
A disturbing report published Tuesday on Motherboard revealed that the location data US carriers collected from users and sold to legitimate companies might easily land in the hands of bounty hunters and the black market where it could be used for nefarious purposes.
Wireless carrier T-Mobile on Wednesday quietly unveiled a mobile banking service of its own, T-Mobile Money, available as a free mobile app for iPhone and Android.
T-Mobile has announced an iPhone and iPad leasing program that extends financing from Apple to businesses activating 25 or more lines. For a limited time, the Un-carrier is also covering the first $100 of each device leased through the program. The service is also being provided with no up-front cost and lower monthly payments than purchasing.
T-Mobile has announced its suffered from a data breach earlier this week. Though the problem was quickly contained, as many as 2 million customers might have had some of their personal information stolen in the hack.
Carrier T-Mobile on Monday unveiled a comprehensive digital solution that it says was designed to give parents control over their kids’ online activities and screen time on smartphones and across the Internet-connected devices in their homes.
The big four wireless carriers in the United States—Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint—announced Thursday at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain an interesting plan for a new authentication system in apps based on mobile phone numbers.