Data for Your Watch Could Cost As Much As Data for Your Tablet

The Galaxy Gear S, another Samsung wearable among many, will be available in the U.S. on Nov. 7 and unlike its other Gear siblings, the S can have its own data connection. Unfortunately, it looks like carriers will make you pay for this thing (and potentially any other data-enabled smartwatch) as if it were a… » 10/30/14 1:17pm Yesterday 1:17pm

ZTE Brings Its Phablet-Sized ZMax to T-Mobile

ZTE is a smartphone company that probably exists on the periphery of your consciousness. They're as well known as any other Chinese mobile brand, which is to say not very much at all. But the company wants to change things up by bringing its affordable phablet to the United States. The ZTE ZMax is coming to T-Mobile. » 9/16/14 8:27pm 9/16/14 8:27pm

All of T-Mobile's New Phones Will Have Free Wi-Fi Calls and Texts

T-Mo's CEO John Legere, attired in his traditional pink and black garb, took the stage in a San Francisco mobile store and immediately started down his long list of carrier bashing before announcing his company's seventh addition to its ongoing Uncarrier. Now, every phone T-Mobile sells will come with Wi-Fi calling… » 9/10/14 4:49pm 9/10/14 4:49pm

Not Just Comcast: 19 Stories From Call Center Hell

Recently, Comcast and its call center habits have been thoroughly lambasted from all sides—and for good reason. But what many of us keep forgetting is that it's not just Comcast. The call center system as a whole is broken. And as you'll see from the tales below, it's breaking its employees along with it. » 7/28/14 1:16pm 7/28/14 1:16pm

T-Mobile Will Let You Stream Music For Free

In a surprise announcement, T-Mobile just announced that you will be able to stream music for free (as in it won't count against your data limit) from most of the major music services. This includes Spotify, Pandora, Slacker, Rhapsody, iHeartRadio, and iTunes Radio, plus Samsung's Milk and Beatport when it launches. » 6/18/14 9:44pm 6/18/14 9:44pm

T-Mobile's Now Letting You Test Drive Its Network Before You Switch

T-Mobile says it's sure that you will prefer its network over yours, and it says that once people switch over they're generally really happy and don't go back. But, people are afraid to make the jump. So, T-Mobile is partnering with Apple, and will let you test drive a brand new iPhone 5S on its network for seven days… » 6/18/14 9:33pm 6/18/14 9:33pm