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T-Mobile looks towards 2G/EDGE for future 4G LTE expansion

T-Mobile is celebrating the one-year anniversary of their LTE rollout. And naturally, this celebration includes news of some expansion. The carrier is touting how they have voice and data coverage available for 96 percent of the US. While that number doesn't reflect the percentage of available LTE coverage, it will factor in as T-Mobile moves forward.

T-Mobile may only have the 16GB Galaxy S5 ready in-store on launch day

T-Mobile is hot for the Galaxy S5. They recently bragged about the number of pre-registrations they had for the new flagship device from Samsung, saying 300,000 people signed up within a week after it was announced. Though people are excited, they may not have the ability to get what they want. A new report puts the 16GB model in-store, while the 32GB device will have to be ordered online.

AT&T exec doesn’t think Sprint/T-Mobile merger is possible

The Sprint/T-Mobile merger has a lot of interesting nuance. A merger between major US carriers has been attempted before to no success, but the two carriers in question now are less “major”. The FCC is notoriously resistant to having three carriers, but is keeping an “open mind” this time. As for AT&T, they don’t think a Sprint merger with T-Mobile is even possible.

Softbank CEO promises “massive pricing war” with T-Mobile merger

While a merger between Sprint and T-Mobile is pending, Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son went public about the matter for the first time. On PBS’s Charlie Rose, Son claimed the only way to competitively move forward was with a merger, promising a “massive price war” if he gets his way. Further commentary also suggest Son has the patience and tenacity to see his vision through.

T-Mobile CFO hints that a merger with Sprint is likely

If you are rooting against the proposed Sprint and T-Mobile merger, it could be time to give up the good fight. Though many (the FCC included) would prefer the two stay separate, recent comments made by a T-Mobile executive hint that their joining forces is inevitable. The comments not only attempt to soften opinion on the merger, but suggest it’s going to happen.

T-Mobile brings twice the data to their Simple Choice plan

T-Mobile is upping the ante on the competition again. This time, they’re bumping all Simple Choice plans up in data allotment — sometimes doubling what they’re currently getting — but not raising prices. The change takes effect March 23rd, and affects all Simple Choice plans.
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