President and CEO of T-Mobile US, John Legere said, "The number of reasons not to switch to T-Mobile this summer is ZERO. This is a fantastic offer and we're making it easier than ever for customers to get the latest amazing devices. Adding Zero Down in addition to JUMP!, and Simple Choice with no contract is all about making wireless work for consumers and shaking up this industry."
Is Sprint finally ready to stop being the wireless industry's whipping boy? LightReading reports that new Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure has pledged that Sprint will unveil some "very disruptive" new prices and plans next week, which will hopefully finally get T-Mobile CEO John Legere to shut his trap about Sprint's godawful "Framily" campaign (OK, we don't really expect that to happen, but still...).
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Aug 15 2014, 5:15pm CDT
An internal T-Mobile memo published by TmoNews says the company will begin enforcing rules against peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing and unauthorized tethering from August 17 onward.
The terms and conditions of T-Mobile US have contained restrictions on P2P and tethering since 2008, but enforcement appears to be new. The memo says that "only customers with Unlimited ... Source: Ars Technica
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Aug 14 2014, 11:03am CDT
If you're using your unlimited T-Mobile 4G/LTE plan to download the last season of Game Of Thrones in all its 1080P glory, stop now or be throttled. According to an internal memo to staff, T-Mobile knows if you abuse your data allowance and will "address" you shortly. ... Source: GizmodoFull article at: GizmodoAug 13 2014, 11:18pm CDT
Following a trend started by Verizon, a recently leaked memo suggests that T-Mobile will begin to throttle some unlimited data users that constantly misuse their net ... Source: Neowin
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Aug 13 2014, 9:46pm CDT
On the heels of Verizon's announcement that it will periodically throttle the LTE speeds of its most prodigious users during times of network congestion, a leak from T-Mobile has revealed a similar program -- but with a different approach. Rather than targeting a certain percentage of the heaviest users without discrimination, the carrier plans to first educate and then restrict the speeds of on ... Source: MacNN
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Aug 13 2014, 8:36pm CDT
Cam Bunton / TmoNews:
T-Mobile to throttle customers who use unlimited LTE data for torrents/p2p — In an internal memo to staff, it's been revealed that T-Mobile is going to clamp down on users taking advantage of their unlimited 4G/LTE plans for peer-to-pe ... Source: TechmemeFull article at: TechmemeAug 13 2014, 5:35pm CDT
If you're using T-Mobile's network to torrent all seven seasons of The West Wing (remember kids, piracy is for jerks) or tethering like an absolute madman, don't be surprised if your data speeds start dipping dramatically ove ... Source: Engadget
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Aug 13 2014, 4:06pm CDT
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