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  • Blackberry walks away from TMobile

    Blackberry said on Tuesday it will not renew its licence with T-Mobile US to sell Blackberry products after the current contract expires on April 25.
  • EE's 4G monopoly should have done better

    AnalysisSince telco merger EE - borne from T-Mobile and Orange - grabbed a headstart on 4G networks in the UK it has now reached the milestone of one million customers. But considering its position, it could have done even better.
  • T-Mobile puts an end to subsidies

    However, it seems T-Mobile has tired of these deals becoming the first company to make the split and shunning mobile subsidy deals.
  • Apple suppliers are revolting

    T-Mobile USA has announced that it will stop subsidising smartphones around the time it starts selling the iPhone in three months. This means the iPhone will start appearing at its full price and users will be looking for something a little cheaper.
  • TalkTalk just about misses last place in Ofcom satisfaction survey

    Taking too long to handle complaints or problems contributed to a small reduction in satisfaction among Orange and T-Mobile customers, while Vodafone scored lower than average for the usefulness of the advice and information provided.
  • FBI frustrated by private sector telcos

    In a report acquired by the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Homeland Security acknowledged that other mobile and broadband companies had also caused problems for data gathering, including T-Mobile, Comcast and MetroPCS.
  • Nokia's new hope released next week

    Nokia said its high-end Lumia 820 and 920 phones will this week reach the first operators and retail outlets in France and Britain and later in Russia and Germany as well as other select markets. In the United States, AT&T will start selling the devices in early November.
  • US paranoia shuts out Huawei and ZTE

    At the moment ZTE has deals with Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile EVEVE.UL. If these telcos start listening to politicians then the Chinese companies could face trouble in the US.
  • EE gets its 4G head start this October

    Keen 4G-hungry T-Mobile and Orange customers can buy a Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE, HTC One XL, and the Huawei Ascend P1 LTE, which will be ready for a 4G upgrade, reports | TechRadar.
  • Apple increases Samsung Galaxy sales

    He said that two out of three Costco stores were completely sold out of the T-Mobile and AT&T versions of the phone. The third had the T-Mobile version in stock, but was sold out of the AT&T version.
  • Apple wants US court to ban eight Samsung products

    From the list of 28 products it claimed infringed its patents, it has selected eight that it wants banned. These include the Galaxy S 4G, the Galaxy S2 AT&T, the Galaxy S2 Skyrocket, the Galaxy S2 T-Mobile, the Galaxy S2 Epic 4G, the Galaxy S Showcase, the Droid Charge and the Galaxy Prevail.
  • Top ISPs snub net neutrality code of conduct

    It has been signed by BT, BSkyB, O2, TalkTalk and Three but Virgin Media, Vodafone and the two Everything Everywhere networks, T-Mobile and Orange are not signing.
  • T-Mobile USA boss departs for pastures new

    After only two years at the top of T-Mobile USA, Philipp Humm has announced that he is cleaning out his desk.
  • Vodafone and Telefonica team up for shared 4G grid

    "It follows on from the merger of T-Mobile and Orange in the UK into Everything Everywhere," he said. "If Vodafone and Telefonica had not also embraced sharing in this way they would have been at a competitive disadvantage.
  • US does not give a XXXX about Aussie patent win

    The "bad guys" were the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, or CSIRO, which after ten years managed to score a $229 million settlement from a group of nine companies that make a variety of wireless devices and chips, including Broadcom, T-Mobile, AT&T, and Lenovo.
  • Apple iPhone deal drags down AT&T

    AT&T  announced a $6.7 billion quarterly loss this month. This is partly because of the failed T-Mobile USA merger but is also because it is having to give huge amounts of money to Apple.
  • GSM about to go bang

    He praised Germany's T-Mobile and France's SFR for offering their clients the best protection against online criminals wanting to intercept their calls or track their movements.
  • Qualcomm sells airwaves to AT&T

    The news comes three days after the rejection of its plan to buy T-Mobile USA and so brings the outfit a little bit of Chrimbo cheer after all.

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