After championing its position to not charge overage fees for capped data customers, T-Mobile has made an about-face.
So much for the idea of getting to keep your unlimited data plan.
A prominent senator has called on regulators to block the controversial AT&T/T-Mobile merger as it would inevitably "cause substantial harm to competition and consumers."
T-Mobile will soon start offering limits on smartphone data customers, but it won't get rid of unlimited.
It's a move that will surely leave some people saying, "Why did it take this long?"
A quarter of all Americans no longer have a landline, according to the latest figures from the Federal Communications Commission.
Are you still confused when you see a commercial for a phone claiming to have '4G' speed?
Verizon will reportedly become the next big major carrier to end unlimited mobile data for smartphone customers.
Why, what a surprise! It seems as if AT&T has been handing out wads of cash to groups that "coincidentally" support the corporation's controversial acquisition of T-Mobile.
AT&T is on a mission to garner support from industry heavy hitters to help sway opinion in favor of its proposed $39 billion T-Mobile purchase.
Coming in at just $80 after mail-in rebate, T-Mobile's Exhibit 4G is one of the most accessible 4G devices yet.
The phone that T-Mobile claims is the "most powerful smartphone" will be hitting stores in just a couple weeks.
In March, AT&T announced plans to purchase T-Mobile and almost immediately ran into problems from the FCC due to potential antitrust matters.
Newly leaked photos show a white iPhone running on T-Mobile 3G service.
It seems as if Google's half-baked Honeycomb OS is hobbling T-Mobile's G-Slate tablet, which is due to hit the streets on Wednesday, April 20th.
HTC has confirmed that its tricked-out Sensation smartphone will be hitting the hot streets - courtesy of T-Mobile - sometime this summer.
Even though the upcoming G-Slate tablet won't require the use of 3D glasses, it will come with a pair of glasses anyway.
The chairman of the House subcommittee on communications and technology has expressed concern over AT&T's planned acquisition of T-Mobile.
Rival mobile carrier as well as the state of New York have added to the list of entities that aren't too happy.
The regulatory committee that needs to approve the merger between T-Mobile and AT&T may give the companies a hard time, due to potential antitrust concerns.