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T-Mobile CFO: $10 price increase on unlimited plans needed to recoup investment

T-Mobile US' decision to raise pricing by $10 per month on its unlimited smartphone data plans was needed to monetize increasing data traffic and get back a return on improving its network, according to T-Mobile CFO Braxton Carter.

T-Mobile's Ray knocks RootMetrics report, lays out LTE vision

T-Mobile US CTO Neville Ray pushed back hard against a recent report from network testing firm RootMetrics that placed T-Mobile last in overall network performance and reliability and third in speed.

Sprint's 2.6 Gbps demo shows it is time to walk the walk

Sprint CTO Stephen Bye wants to know what you would do with a 2.6 Gbps mobile broadband network. I want to know when Sprint is going to build it.

T-Mobile adds 1M subs in Q3 as 'uncarrier' strategy keeps rolling

T-Mobile US rolled to another strong quarter of subscriber growth in the third quarter, making good on executives' promises that the carrier would continue the momentum generated by its new no-contract plans, handset upgrade program and aggressive new style.

T-Mobile CFO thinks deal with Sprint is possible

T-Mobile US CFO Braxton Carter said he thinks further consolidation in the U.S. wireless market is inevitable and held out the possibility of a combination between No. 3 player Sprint and No. 4 player T-Mobile.

T-Mobile CMO knocks AT&T for 'being big and being bad'

T-Mobile US CMO Mike Sievert said that the No. 4 carrier targets rival AT&T Mobility the most in its advertising because, he claimed, AT&T has the largest pool of dissatisfied customers.

Rumor Mill: T-Mobile's MetroPCS to start selling and accepting GSM phones

T-Mobile US brand MetroPCS will start selling GSM phones that work on T-Mobile's network as soon as June 12, according to a  PhoneArena  report.

T-Mobile to expand MetroPCS footprint by 100M POPs

T-Mobile US plans to significantly expand the footprint where its MetroPCS brand offers service--by around 100 million POPs over the next six quarters--as it continues to modernize its network and integrate MetroPCS customers following the merger between the two companies that closed earlier this month.

T-Mobile kills device subsidies

T-Mobile USA will eliminate all device subsidies from its rate plans in 2013. During Deutsche Telekom's annual investor conference, T-Mobile CEO John Legere said that customers will pay an upfront fee for their devices and then pay the balance of the device in affordable monthly installments.

MetroPCS says T-Mobile deal will allow it to expand its brand nationwide

T-Mobile USA's proposed merger with MetroPCS does not signal the end of the MetroPCS brand. According to a MetroPCS executive, the transaction instead will allow MetroPCS to expand its brand nationwide using the T-Mobile network.