T-Mobile's brash CEO plans to keep shaking things up in 2014 after already unshackling customers this year.
T-Mobile unveiled its Un-carrier 3.0 plan, introducing free roaming, $0.20 international calls, and Shakira as a spokeswoman.
IN DEPTHJump aims to make the switch to a new phone as hassle-free as possible, but we explore whether it'll actually save you money.
UpdatedT-Mobile's shaking up the wireless world, and this new move may entice more to consider switching to the Un-carrier.
Big Red joins two of its rivals in offering early upgrades for mobile phones. We've been late to parties before, too.
InterviewThe wireless industry is (slightly) improving aside from Jump and Next, and there may be more for us to look forward to.
First T-Mobile, then Sprint and now AT&T and Verizon. American carriers are all up to something lately.
The dolls were a little much, but once the news started rolling and we chatted with its CTO, T-Mobile gave us something to pay attention to.
UpdatedSony's water-resistant handset is an exclusive on the carrier, launching along with the 925 in a few days time.