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DT to take on Dutch "duopoly" with Tele2 tie-up - Mobile World Live
“This duo has been getting away with this game for far too long and there was only one victim, namely the customer,” he said: “No more. No longer. We will be able to compete against the duopoly much more efficiently and give all Dutch customers a fair choice.” // does this mean doing a T-Mobile USA or is it just guff?
t-mobile  ovum 
4 weeks ago by yorksranter
T-Mobile to Fight 'Big Cable' with Layer3 TV-Powered Service
The wireless carrier bought Layer3 TV, a company that makes streaming TV set-top boxes, to make its vision come to life. T-Mobile’s announcement today (Dec. 13) was light on details, such as launch date, pricing, or even what its TV offering will entail.

Here’s what we do know: T-Mobile will take Layer3 TV’s existing offering of more than 250 high-definition channels and a healthy amount of 4K content and fold it into a new package. Layer3 makes a set-top box, but T-Mobile said its service could incorporate either its own box or an app for a third-party box like an Apple TV or Roku.
t-mobile  television  business 
5 weeks ago by jasonsamuels
T-Mobile In-flight Texting | T-Mobile Support
Support airlines for T-Mobile's Gogo In Flight Wifi
5 weeks ago by GameGamer43
Google Project Fi
review (4 of 5) by Sascha Segan
28 July 2017
ProjectFi  Project-Fi  mobile  carrier  review  MVNO  Google  Project  Fi  Sprint  T-Mobile  USCellular  service  network  4of5  SaschaSegan  Sascha-Segan  PCMag  2017  Twech  geeky 
6 weeks ago by Mykl
Fastest Mobile Networks
"We tested data speeds on AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless in 30 US cities."
by Sascha Segan
mobile  cellular  networks  carriers  comparison  coverage  UnitedStates  AT&T  Sprint  T-Mobile  TMobile  Verizon-Wireless  VerizonWireless  Verizon  national  nationwide  regional  independent  wireless  services  real-world  performance  metrics  ratings  review  reviews  Sascha-Segan  SaschaSegan  PCMag  geeky 
6 weeks ago by Mykl
FCC to consider making 1,700 MHz of high-band spectrum available | FierceWireless Oct 2017
"The FCC at its next open meeting will consider an order that would make available a whopping 1,700 MHz of additional high-frequency spectrum for flexible terrestrial wireless use and provide 4 gigahertz for core satellite use. The meeting is scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 16. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said in a blog post that the decision to make more spectrum available would build on the 11 gigahertz of spectrum that the FCC made available for flexible terrestrial wireless use last year and would be a major marker in the United States' efforts to lead the world in 5G innovation."

"“Unlike terrestrial providers of broadband services, they [satellite companies] object to participating in auctions to secure spectrum rights. But dedicating spectrum for only one type of mobile broadband—satellite mobile broadband—is poor spectrum management,” T-Mobile wrote.

Verizon is also urging the FCC to reject efforts by the satellite industry to dismantle key aspects of the proposed rules, which would have a detrimental impact on 5G deployment. Verizon argued that the Spectrum Frontiers Order provided satellite companies with a “windfall” by creating interference zones around grandfathered and new earth stations under particular conditions.

A group of eight satellite companies, including Boeing, OneWeb and Hughes, submitted a revised proposal (PDF) on Oct. 19 saying they think it addresses concerns raised by terrestrial interests throughout the proceeding and strikes a fair and spectrally efficient balance between the needs of Fixed Satellite Service (FSS) and Upper Microwave Flexible Use Service (UMFUS) operators in the 28 and 39 GHz bands and provides a framework that is suitable for sharing in the 47 GHz and 50 GHz bands."
FierceWireless  satellite  UMFUS  FSS  T-Mobile  Verizon  OneWeb  Hughes  Boeing  47GHz  28GHz  29GHz 
11 weeks ago by pierredv
Verizon CFO: Mobile 5G ‘not a 2018 activity’ | FierceWireless
T-Mobile CTO Neville Ray...has stressed that while other carriers are focused on fixed 5G, basically replacing the wired home internet, T-Mobile intends for mobile 5G to “cover you wherever you go” and not be boring. // some RFP!
t-mobile  5g  ovum 
12 weeks ago by yorksranter
Qualcomm Boosts Chips for T-Mobile's 600MHz Rural Network | News & Opinion | PCMag.com
Qualcomm's new chips are pretty technical; they're known as the "RF front end," and they're amplifiers and tuners designed to connect a physical antenna to a phone's modem. But the key is that they let devices with 700MHz antennas, which are common, connect to the 600MHz network. Qualcomm is announcing components that work with processors all the way from the bottom-of-the-line, feature-phone Snapdragon 205 to the premium Snapdragon 835.
qualcomm  t-mobile  wireless 
october 2017 by jasonsamuels
Exclusive: T-Mobile, Sprint plan merger without selling assets
The companies’ announcement of a merger agreement, currently expected to come either in late October or early November, will focus on the potential benefits of the deal for U.S. consumers, including the advancement of next-generation 5G wireless technology, which requires considerable investment
wireless  business  rumor  t-mobile  sprint 
october 2017 by jasonsamuels
Mobile Without Borders | T-Mobile Support
Starting November 12, 2017 customers on T-Mobile ONE, Simple Choice North America, or legacy rate plans with a qualifying feature will receive unlimited talk, text and data with a maximum of 5GB of 4G LTE. After 5GB of high-speed data is used in Mexico and Canada (or your high-speed data allotment is reached, whichever comes first), customers will stay connected with unlimited data at Simple Global speeds (up to 128kbps for most plans or 256kbps with T-Mobile ONE Plus).
october 2017 by GameGamer43

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