T-Mobile USA has finally signed with Apple to Offer iPhone
T-MobileUSA has revealed that they signed a deal with Apple to offer the iPhone. The launch date of the T-Mobile iPhone is not known yet. Apparently further details are still months away. This would mean that T-Mobile is likely to launch with the iPhone 5S.
The other big news from T-Mobile USA is that they will stop offering subsidized phones. The carrier will offer smartphones at the full price and offer cheaper voice and data services. This would free customers of phone upgrade limitations.
Univision’s 11th annual “Premios Juventud” youth awards takes place tonight at University of Miami’s BankUnited Center with coverage kicking off at 7pm ET. The show will features performances by Romeo Santos, Becky G, Pitbull, and Enrique Iglesias. Inglesias is also set to take home the ‘Supernova’ award.
Throughout the years, ‘the PJ’s’ seeks to connect passionate young fans with their favorite celebrities via social and digital.
T-Mobile USA will continue its spons ... Source: Lost Remote
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How to get money back from bogus T-Mobile charges
The Federal Trade Commission today filed today against T-Mobile USA, charging that the carrier allowed customers to be billed for premium text-messaging services that were in many cases fraudulent or unauthorized by the customer. The FTC accused T-Mobile of making it difficult for consumers to detect that they were being charged, and even al ... Source: Consumer Reports
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Jul 2 2014, 2:04pm CDT
T-Mobile USA has been accused of earning \"hundreds of millions\" of dollars by placing charges on mobile phone bills for premium SMS subscriptions that, in many cases, were bogus charges that were never authori ... Source: Cellular-News
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Jul 2 2014, 2:29am CDT
*(Via MSN News) – U.S. authorities filed a complaint against T-Mobile USA on Tuesday, accusing the wireless provider of adding millions of dollars of unauthorized charges onto customers’ bills, a practice known as “cramming.” The charges were for subscriptions for services like horoscopes or celebrity gossip delivered by text ... Source: EURweb
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Jul 2 2014, 2:13am CDT
T-Mobile's response to the FTC's claims that it engaged in fraud have been nothing but childish and deflective. But with a few actions, they can actually support their fledgling pro-consumer image. Read mo ... Source: Neowin
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Jul 2 2014, 1:59am CDT
WASHINGTON (AP) – T-Mobile USA has drawn the attention of a second federal agency, and not in a good way.
The Federal Communications Commission is doing its own investigation into T-Mobile’s billing practices, which could result in fines if wrongdoing is found.
The FCC’s investigation follows a complaint the Federal Trade Commission filed today in federal court in Seattle, claiming that T-Mobile knowingly made hundreds of millions of dollars off its customers in potential ... Source: 49 News Topeka
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Jul 1 2014, 7:19pm CDT
An anonymous reader writes "Today the FTC filed a complaint (PDF) against T-Mobile USA, alleging the carrier made hundreds of millions of dollars from bogus charges placed on customers' bills for unauthorized SMS services. "The FTC alleges that T-Mobile received anywhere from 35 to 40 percent of the total amount charged to consumers for subscriptions for content such as flirting tips, horoscope information or ... Source: AppleSlashdot
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Jul 1 2014, 4:38pm CDT
Washington • T-Mobile USA knowingly made hundreds of millions of dollars off its customers in potentially bogus charges, a federal regulator alleged Tuesday in a complaint likely to mar the reputation of a household name in wireless communications.
In its complaint filed in a federal court in Seattle, the Federal Trade Commission claimed that T-Mobile billed consumers for subscriptions to premium text services such as $10-per-month horoscopes that were never authorized by ... Source: Salt Lake Tribune
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Jul 1 2014, 4:37pm CDT
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