What's the deal with T-Mobile's Binge On program? Nothing really but some groups are attacking the service as if a majority of subscribers are not happy with it. YouTube first complained that the carrier is downgrading video
By now, you're probably curious to know when you can get your hands on the BlackBerry Priv. We started the year with a rumor that T-Mobile would be launching it before January ends. The first Android-powered BlackBerry phone sold
While T-Mobile's Binge-On service seems like an attractive offer because of the free video streaming, this Un-Carrier move has raised a number of concerns and complaints from different groups. For one, YouTube complained that
We still can't say if the BlackBerry Priv is already a success because it's not yet widely available. In the US, the phone sold well during the last quarter and kept the company in hardware business. We already know that Verizon
Last week, T-Mobile was accused of downgrading video streaming quality on YouTube. This is said to be some kind of data throttling because quality of videos playing are automatically displayed on low-res setting (mostly 480p).
Data throttling shouldn't be a problem now especially in the United States where such practice is discouraged. After AT&T was fined a million dollars for data throttling, other mobile carriers should have learned already.
For the last of T-Mobile’s Un-carrier Unwrapped holiday gifts for their consumers, they’re giving something not just for targeted customers of their rival carriers, but something that will benefit everyone looking for a new
T-Mobile is going all out on its campaign to lure subscribers from competitors by offering all sorts of incentives and deals if they make the switch. And they’re not really shy about trumpeting these promos out in the market.
After the LG V10, LG Class (LG Zero), and LG Ray, the other South Korean giant is preparing another smartphone. It's not another mid-range or high-end phone but one low-end unit that will be distributed in the United States
When T-Mobile introduced what they call one of their most Un-carrier movies, the Music Freedom revolution seemed to good to be true. It allowed the un-carrier’s subscribers to listen to unlimited music streaming without