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  1. You'll still have to wait for 5G, though. T-Mobile’s home internet trial has come a long way from 2019, or even earlier this year. The carrier has rolled out the LTE-based service to over 130 extra cities spread around the states of Michigan, Minnesota, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, West Virginia and Wisconsin. As before, the $50 service doesn’t include data caps or rental fees, and you install it yourself. The expansion covers more than a few well-known metropolitan centers on top of sma
  2. It says it'll open the offer to new customers as a 'lifeline.' Parts of the US that lack good broadband infrastructure are being handed a lifeline by T-Mobile after being cast adrift by AT&T. T-Mobile is offering home LTE broadband to 450 areas that it says that AT&T is “deserting,” and opening the service to non-T-Mobile customers as well. It says that it is providing a salve for the households that are “sick and tired of their internet access provider jerking them around.” At the start of October, AT&T
  3. T-Mobile has revealed an uptick in the number of demands for data it receives from the government. The cellular giant quietly posted its 2017 transparency report on August 14, revealing a 12 percent increase in the number of overall data demands it responded to compared to the previous year. The report said the company responded to 219,377 subpoenas, an 11 percent rise on 2017. These demands were issued by federal agencies and do not require any judicial oversight. The company also responded to 55,372 court orders, a 13 percent rise, and 27,203 warrants, a
  4. T-Mobile is beginning to roll out support for call verification technology, which will confirm that a phone call is actually coming from the number listed on caller ID. Now, if one T-Mobile subscriber calls another T-Mobile subscriber, the person receiving the call will see a message saying “Caller Verified” if they have a supported phone. Unfortunately, there’s only one supported phone for the time being. Call verification won’t put a stop to spammy phone calls, but it will start to help people identify which calls are actually coming from real people. As anyone
  5. T-Mobile CTO says 5G's high-frequency spectrum won't cover rural America. Enlarge / T-Mobile CTO Neville Ray. T-Mobile 5G mobile networks have started arriving but only in very limited areas and amidst misleading claims by wireless carriers. While all four major nationwide carriers in the United States have overhyped 5G to varying degrees, T-Mobile today made a notable admission about 5G's key limitation. T-Mobile Chief Technology Officer Neville Ray wrote in a blog post that millimeter-wave spectrum used fo
  6. A New Jersey woman has sued T-Mobile in state court last week for sexual harassment, invasion of privacy, and other counts. She claims that, when she went to trade in her iPhone 7 at a store, two male employees rifled through her photos without her consent. The men allegedly quickly found a private naked video of the woman, referred to in the complaint as "N.E.," and played it for themselves. The woman was mortified. Ars contacted T-Mobile, which did not respond to our questions. "We take customer privacy extremely seriously and are investigating
  7. T-Mobile tries to woo regulators on Sprint merger with promise of amazing 5G home internet Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge T-Mobile says it’ll launch a 5G home internet service with fast speeds, easy installation, and low prices that will reach half of all US homes within five years and meaningfully shake up the woefully anti-competitive cable industry. There’s just one catch: T-Mobile says this only comes true if its Sprint merger is approved. In a blog post and Federal Communications Commission filing today, T-Mobile outlines in
  8. T-Mobile begins piloting in-home LTE internet service The carrier said the goal is to connect up to 50,000 homes this year using fixed unlimited wireless service over LTE. T-Mobile on Thursday announced that it's launching an invitation only pilot that will test in-home LTE Internet service in rural and underserved markets. The carrier said the goal is to connect up to 50,000 homes this year using fixed unlimited wireless service over LTE and ultimately disrupt the home broadband market.
  9. Quibi will launch in April 2020. T-Mobile has signed a deal with short movie streaming service Quibi, the companies said on Friday. The carrier will be Quibi's exclusive wireless distributor when the service launches in April 2020, as reported earlier by the Los Angeles Times. Meg Whitman, Quibi CEO and former Hewlett Packard Enterprise chief executive, said in an emailed press release the service will "deliver premium video content for millennials on a technology platform that is built exclusively for mobile." "A telecommunications partner like
  10. It's been well over a year since Sprint and T-Mobile, the third and fourth-largest carriers in the United States, announced their plans to merge into a new company, referred to as New T-Mobile. The deal has faced some friction from regulators, with requirements including the creation of a new carrier to take the place left behind by the merger. Nonetheless, back in July, the Department of Justice finally approved of the merger deal, and now, the Federal Communications Commission has, too. As reported by Reuters, the FCC voted to approve the merger between the two companies, with vo
  11. The US branch of telecommunications giant T-Mobile disclosed a security breach today that impacted a small number of customers of its prepaid service. The company said its cybersecurity team "discovered and shut down malicious, unauthorized access to some information related to your T-Mobile prepaid wireless account." Exposed data included details such as customer names, billing addresses, phone numbers, account numbers, rate plans, and plan features. T-Mobile said hackers didn't access any sensitive information such as passwords, financi
  12. Mobile users are rightfully exhausted with receiving predatory robocalls, and certainly of getting spoof calls attempting to trick them into answering. Companies this year finally started to do something about it—and now, AT&T and T-Mobile say they’ve joined forces to better shield their customers from robocallers. The companies announced Wednesday that they’ve joined forces on cross-network call authentication geared at weeding out fraudulent calls and better assuring their customers that a caller is who they say they are, rather than a spoofed number or fraudster
  13. No financial data, Social Security numbers, or passwords were compromised T-Mobile has announced that on August 20th, the company was hit by hackers who were able to gain access to personal information from roughly 2 million customers, including the name, billing zip code, phone number, email address, account number, and account type of users. According to the company, more sensitive information — financial data, Social Security numbers, and passwords — weren’t compromised in the hack. T-Mobile gave a statement on the breach, saying anyone whose dat
  14. After blocking several Pirate Bay clone sites following requests from rightsholders, T-Mobile in Austria has reported itself over a potential net neutrality breach. EU law says that pirate sites can be blocked but the ISP is concerned that doing so without a court order could be a breach of the Telecom Single Market (TSM) Regulation passed in 2015. For the past eight years, Austria has been struggling with the thorny issue of pirate site blocking. Local ISPs have put up quite a fight but site blocking is now a reality, albeit with a certain amount of confusion.
  15. The advent of the Google Nexus 4 seemed too good to be true—high-end hardware, unlocked and contract-free at a low price. As time went on, however, we began to see the compromises. The camera was "meh" at best, and most egregiously, it shipped without LTE functionality. Yup, no LTE. What a disappointment. However, that didn't stop me, and I'm sure it didn't stop any of you, from ordering it as soon as it came out. Petty grievances aside, it's a damn fine phone. As it turns out, the Nexus 4 did have LTE capability, only getting it turned on required serious modding and was no easy task. Luckily
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