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T-Mobile soars to 2.34M subscriber additions in Q3, hits LTE coverage target early

HALF MOON BAY, Calif.--T-Mobile US continued to roar ahead in terms of subscriber growth in the third quarter. T-Mobile also hit its year-end LTE coverage milestone of 250 million POPs a couple of months ahead of schedule. However, T-Mobile's earnings took a hit in the quarter, in part because of the surge in subscribers and higher expenses.

T-Mobile's Legere: If customers try Sprint and don't like it, they'll leave and never come back

HALF MOON BAY, Calif.--T-Mobile US CEO John Legere said he is impressed by what Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure is doing to be aggressive and win back market share, but he warned that if customers flood onto Sprint's network and have a poor experience they will churn and never come back.

Apple SIM details emerge: AT&T locks SIM to network, T-Mobile allows customers to switch

Although the new Apple SIM card for its new iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 promises to let customers switch between different carriers' service plans on the tablets, there are a number of caveats to the service that have recently come to light. Most notably, AT&T Mobility confirmed that if customers purchase an iPad with the new Apple SIM card and activate cellular service via AT&T, the Apple SIM card will be locked to AT&T's network and customers will need to purchase a new SIM to activate the device on another carrier.

T-Mobile looks to settle FTC lawsuit over premium SMS charges

T-Mobile US is looking to settle a lawsuit filed against it by the Federal Trade Commission that alleges the carrier netted hundreds of millions of dollars by knowingly charging customers for purported "premium" SMS subscriptions that, in many cases, were "bogus charges" subscribers never authorized.

T-Mobile's Legere dismisses flood of M&A rumors as 'craziness'

T-Mobile US CEO John Legere dismissed all of the rumors surrounding the carrier's potential M&A activity as "craziness" and said T-Mobile would continue to try to grow organically.

Super Mobility Week's vision unfulfilled as competing events detract from show- CTIA 2014 Scorecard

Every industry needs an annual conference--a place where the major players can gather to debate the state of industry, discuss new business models, show off new products and mix and mingle. But...

T-Mobile's Legere: We had 760,000 branded net adds in August alone, company 'is on fire'

T-Mobile US added 760,000 branded net customers in the month of August, which was its best month ever in terms of postpaid net adds, according to CEO John Legere. The brash and outspoken T-Mobile chief said that while the company is open to a deal with another player to gain more scale, it has a great deal of momentum already.

T-Mobile pushes Wi-Fi-calling, texting, debuts proprietary 'Cellspot' personal cell tower

SAN FRANCISCO--T-Mobile US is making a big push for Wi-Fi calling by letting customers upgrade to a new Wi-Fi capable smartphone if they don't already have one. In addition, the carrier is offering postpaid customers a free (with a $25 deposit) proprietary "Cellspot" Wi-Fi router for their home to enhance their in-home coverage.

Changing of the guard: The new CEOs of wireless now poised to take the gloves off

LAS VEGAS--It's a new day in the wireless industry. This year's Super Mobility Week is ground zero for a battle among the new guard in the wireless industry.  Three of the nation's top four wireless carriers have relatively new CEOs, and attendees here at this fall show are getting a front-row seat to the opening bouts of what promises to be an interesting confrontation among them.

Sprint hits back at T-Mobile with its own phone trade-in guarantee

The battle over phone trade-in programs is heating up. Sprint said it will meet or beat all of its competitors' pricing to ensure customers get the best trade-in values for their phones. The announcement coincides with a similar one  from T-Mobile US, which said it will guarantee the best trade-in value on customers' used devices when they upgrade to a new device and then give customers a $50 billing credit on top of that.