T-Mobile in feud with AT&T over the Un-carrier's holiday video

You might recall the holiday video that T-Mobile released this year. Based on stop-action Claymation animated classics like Gumby, the video features a talking snowman who recites a story about Verizon and AT&T (the “abominable carriers,” as they are characterized in the video) and how they only cared about taking silver and gold from the people of the world. Using a fog of taxes, fees, limits and restrictions, the two top stateside carriers ignored the needs and wants of their customers. At least, that’s the story passed along by the Snowman.

Today, a press release issued by …


After a record 2017, T-Mobile CEO Legere says 2018 will be the Un-carrier's "best year yet"

T-Mobile had quite a year in 2017. Yesterday, the company reported record revenue north of $40 billion for last year, up 8.3% Net rose 211% to $4.5 billion. For the fourth quarter, T-Mobile added 891,000 postpaid phone net additions, which turned out to be twice the number reported by the second best performer in that category, Verizon. It was triple the number of postpaid net phone additions on AT&T and five times the figure announced by Sprint.

In addition, postpaid phone churn was a record low for the fourth quarter at 1.18%. Total net adds came to 1.9 million, which means that the …

Three lines of T-Mobile ONE just $100 with the Un-carrier's latest promotion

There is a huge war taking place in the U.S. Unlike most battles, the public is actually benefiting from it. We are referring to the carrier war that apparently has broken out between Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T and Sprint. One particular nasty exchange has been seen in the Battle of Unlimited. Historians will be discussing this for years to come. In the latest salvo, the Big Red war machine tried a sneak attack, even lobbing in streaming video in 720p. But General Legere quickly mobilized his Magenta Army with a response that matched  his rival. And AT&T last night started a new aerial …