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Sidestep banking fees with the nationwide launch of T-Mobile Money

T-Mobile has launched its Money banking service nationwide in the U.S., and it offers an extremely tempting set of features for everyone, including industry-leading interest rates, a powerful app, and no banking fees. The post Sidestep banking fees with the nationwide launch of T-Mobile Money appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Android, Mobile, Business, Money, News, Trends, Banking, T Mobile


T-Mobile's Next Big Move Is... a Checking Account?

While it’s not quite a pivot, it seems more and more tech companies are straying out of their lane and into the finance world. T-Mobile has decided to join the collection of startups and legacy tech players that want to handle your banking with a new checking account product simply called T-Mobile Money.Read more...
Tags: Science, Banking, Money Money Money, Consumer Tech, T Mobile, Checking Accounts, T Mobile Money, Samrtphones


Comcast and T-Mobile just rolled out a new anti-Robocall tool. But it doesn't do much yet

There's some good news and bad news about those pesky robocalls.
Tags: Cnn, Comcast, T Mobile


PepsiCo and Intel rise while IBM and T-Mobile slip

Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Wednesday: PepsiCo Inc., up $4.60 to $127.01
Tags: New York, Finance, Intel, Article, Ibm, Associated Press, Pepsico, PepsiCo Inc, T Mobile, FBN, Fbn/markets, Fox-business/markets, Fox-business/markets/earnings, 7e7418da-bd64-5d67-9fe6-9aa309d42ca3


Verizon just made it more expensive to activate or upgrade a phone in-store

Verizon appears to be incentivizing consumers to make purchases online rather than at one of its brick-and-mortar retail stores, as CNET reports that the mobile carrier is lowering activation and upgrade fees on its site and in its My Verizon app from $30 to $20 starting this Thursday. Alternatively, if you prefer a "full-service experience" at a Verizon store, you'll now have to pay $40 to activate a line or upgrade to a new device.CNET's report doesn't include many details about th...
Tags: Verizon, News, Sprint, Cnet, T Mobile


T-Mobile/Sprint Merger Is In Danger of Being Rejected By DOJ

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: T-Mobile U.S. and Sprint are facing potential rejection of their proposed merger at the U.S. Department of Justice. DOJ staffers "have told T-Mobile US and Sprint that their planned merger is unlikely to be approved as currently structured," The Wall Street Journal reported today, citing people familiar with the matter. "In a meeting earlier this month, Justice Department staff members laid out their concerns with the all-stock deal and ques...
Tags: Time Warner, Tech, Sprint, Doj, Wall Street Journal, Justice Department, Journal, John Legere, U S District Court, T Mobile, Marcelo Claure, U S Department of Justice DOJ, T Mobile US, Makan Delrahim


T-Mobile, Comcast launch anti-robocalling feature, claim industry's first

T-Mobile said on Wednesday it has launched a call protection feature with Comcast Corp to help protect customers from answering robocalls and spams, as robocalls have swollen into a tide numbering in the millions every day.
Tags: Money, businessNews, T Mobile, Comcast Corp


Martha Stewart’s brand gets a new owner, again. Plus, doubts about the T-Mobile-Sprint merger: Wednesday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. You can get an audio version of this briefing on your Alexa device. Search for "Ad Age" under "Skills" in the Alexa app. What people are talking about today How much is the Martha Stewart brand worth? Way less than it was just a few years ago, according to the New York Post. The Post reports that Stewart’s homemaking empire is being sold to Marquee Brands for $175 million, plus up to $40 mil...
Tags: Post, Minneapolis, Obama, France, Martha Stewart, Advertising, Unilever, Sprint, Paris, The Times, The New York Times, Anna Faris, Wall Street Journal, Gucci, Justice Department, Christian Dior


The DOJ reportedly pours cold water on Sprint and T-Mobile's merger (S, TMUS)

Shares of the US telecom provider Sprint are tumbling in premarket trading after a Wall Street Journal report indicated the company's planned merger with T-Mobile was unlikely in its current form.  The Department of Justice's (DOJ) antitrust division has concerns with the deal's current structure and the potential threat it would cause to competition.  T-Mobile and Sprint are the the third and fourth largest carriers by subscribers.  Watch Sprint and T-Mobile trade live. A planned merger betw...
Tags: Verizon, Japan, US, Trends, Sprint, Deutsche Telekom, Department Of Justice, Doj, Wall Street Journal, McDonald, T Mobile, Committee on Foreign Investment, Sprint and T Mobile, SoftBank SoftBank, Team Telecom, Watch Sprint


Verizon Cuts Online Upgrade and Activation Fees, Raises Its 'Full Service' In-Store Fee to $40

Verizon is upping the prices of in-store phone activations—though it’s also lowering the cost of ordering and activating phones using its app or online services, per CNET.Read more...
Tags: Verizon, Science, Technology, Smartphones, Sprint, Wireless, Att, Fees, Cnet, T Mobile, Verizon Cuts Online Upgrade


Sprint, T-Mobile shares dive after WSJ casts doubt on deal

NEW YORK (AP) — Sprint and T-Mobile shares are falling after a Wall Street Journal report cast doubt on the likelihood of government approval of their $26.5 billion merger . The Journal says Justice Department antitrust staff, which is reviewing the takeover, questioned the companies’ reasoning for it in a meeting this month. The report […]
Tags: Business, New York, Technology, News, Ap, Nation, Wall Street Journal, Justice Department, Journal, WSJ, T Mobile, Sprint T Mobile


Watch the newest commercials on TV from Target, Modelo, Metro by T-Mobile and more

Every weekday we bring you the Ad Age/iSpot Hot Spots, new TV commercials tracked by iSpot.tv, the TV ad measurement and attribution company. The ads here ran on national TV for the first time over the weekend. A few highlights: Modelo celebrates the accomplishments of war veteran and triathlete Melissa Stockwell in a spot with the tagline “Brewed for those with a fighting spirit.” NBA star Giannis Antetokounmpo helps hype Metro by T-Mobile’s Unlimited LTE rate plan. And Target wants you to h...
Tags: Advertising, Nba, T Mobile, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Target Modelo Metro, Melissa Stockwell


T-Mobile is launching its TV service this weekend — here's how 5G will unlock its true value (TMUS, S)

T-Mobile will   launch   its home TV service, TVision Home, in eight US markets on April 14 and plans to expand the service to more markets later this year. TVision Home is a rebranded version of Layer3 TV, an IP-based cable service T-Mobile   acquired   in January 2018. The service starts at $100 per month for general customers, though T-Mobile subscribers will receive a $10-per-month discount. The service provides access to over 275 channels and more than 35,000 on-demand shows and movies...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, US, Trends, Pandora, North America, T Mobile, AT T, Netflix YouTube, Sprint TVision Home, TVision Home


Samsung's first 5G smartphone finally has a release date in the US

Samsung announced that the Galaxy S10 5G, the first Samsung smartphone that will connect to the new and faster 5G networks, will be available in the US starting in May.  Pre-orders for the Galaxy S10 5G will begin "soon," the company said.  According to Verizon's Galaxy S10 5G product page, Verizon customers will be able to pre-order the Galaxy S10 5G on April 17 at midnight. Verizon has a seemingly short exclusivity period for the Galaxy S10 5G, with other carriers saying they'll offer the ph...
Tags: Verizon, Minneapolis, US, Samsung, Trends, Sprint, Samsung Galaxy, T Mobile, AT T, Chicago AT T, LG T Mobile


Speed Test Company Calls BS on AT&T's Claim '5G E' Is the Fastest Wireless Network

AT&T’s claim that its “5G E” network—which is a regular 4G network boosted with some technical tricks, misleadingly rebranded as next-generation 5G—has helped make it the fastest carrier in the country has come under skepticism, the Verge reported on Wednesday.Read more...
Tags: Mobile, Verizon, Science, Technology, Smartphones, Sprint, Wireless, Att, 4G, 5g, Service Providers, T Mobile, 5g E Is Not 5g


Five Things Hollywood Needs to Know About 5G

It’s either the Next Huge Thing — a technology that alters virtually every aspect of how we work, play, communicate and travel — or an incremental lift in today’s wireless speeds and feeds. No one doubts that the implementation of 5G as the new digital standard for wireless services will change the market and make […]
Tags: Verizon, Disney, Samsung, Features, Sprint, T-mobile, AT&T, 5g, Hollywood Needs, Spider-Man: Far From Home


5 Things Hollywood Needs to Know About 5G

It’s either the Next Huge Thing — a technology that alters virtually every aspect of how we work, play, communicate and travel — or an incremental lift in today’s wireless speeds and feeds. No one doubts that the implementation of 5G as the new digital standard for wireless services will change the market and make […]
Tags: Verizon, Disney, Samsung, Features, Sprint, T-mobile, AT&T, 5g, Spider-Man: Far From Home


T-Mobile Rebrands Layer3 Service as ‘TVision Home,’ Inks Deal to Add Amazon Prime Video

T-Mobile unveiled a new name for its Layer3 TV internet television service — TVision Home — with enhanced features, and announced a deal with Amazon to add Prime Video to the service later in 2019. TVision Home will be available starting April 14 in eight markets (the same areas Layer3 TV has already been available): […]
Tags: Amazon, News, T Mobile, Amazon Prime Video, Layer3 TV


Viacom joins T-Mobile’s unlaunched TV service for home and mobile

T-Mobile, which in late 2017 promised a new TV service to compete with cable and satellite, now says that the still unfinished service will include a mobile offering, and that Viacom has signed-on as a channel partner. The post Viacom joins T-Mobile’s unlaunched TV service for home and mobile appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Mobile, Business, News, Trends, Netflix, T Mobile, Home Theater, Hulu, Viacom, Movies & TV, Pay TV


T-Mobile’s mobile TV service to include Viacom channels like MTV, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central & more

T-Mobile and Viacom this morning announced a deal that will bring Viacom’s TV channels – like MTV, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, BET, Paramount and others – to T-Mobile’s new mobile video service planned for later this year. The agreement will allow T-Mobile to offer live, linear feeds of the Viacom channels as well as on-demand viewing. To date, the carrier’s mobile video plans have been murky. Last year, T-Mobile acquired the Denver-based startup Layer3 TV in order to launch a new over-the-top ...
Tags: Mobile, Video, TV, Television, Media, Tech, T Mobile, Warner Bros, Denver, Cord Cutting, Viacom, Streaming Service, Pluto TV, John Legere, Amazon Channels, Today T Mobile


T-Mobile Inks Viacom Content Deal for Upcoming Wireless TV Services

Viacom is coming to T-Mobile’s over-the-top wireless TV packages — which promise to let consumers to fully cut the cable cord — under a broad content-distribution agreement. Under the deal announced Wednesday, Viacom’s portfolio of networks including MTV, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, BET, and Paramount will become part of T-Mobile’s new mobile video services slated to […]
Tags: News, T Mobile, Paramount, Viacom, MTV Nickelodeon Comedy Central BET


Bundling matters: why telecom companies seek an API-based commerce solution

In September 2017, T-Mobile announced that it would include a free Netflix subscription for family plan members. “While on the surface this might seem to be just a promotion, it highlights how T-Mobile can layer on additional services into a bundle that customers actually want,” said BTIG research analyst Walter Piecyk. Since 2013, T-Mobile has used bundling and pricing to attract more new subscribers than all of its rivals combined. Customers were drawn by the promise of simple, unlimited pl...
Tags: Samsung, Seo, Customers, Netflix, Commerce, Telecom, Arpu, T Mobile, Oss, BSS, BTIG, Walter Piecyk, Headless Commerce


Simple Tips on Transforming Employees Into Powerful Brand Advocates

A key part of the marketing process is getting  the word out about your brand, and your best brand advocate is your staff. What’s the best way to encourage employees to talk up your company ?  To find out, we asked members of YEC this question: Q. Getting employees to help with company branding can be a huge boost for your business, so what is the best way to encourage employee participation without being demanding? 1. Take an organic approach Create a culture where...
Tags: Sales, Linkedin, Sales & Marketing, Company Culture, T-mobile, John Legere, Young Entrepreneur Council, YEC, John Turner, Syed Balkhi, Blair Thomas, Ismael Wrixen, Derek Broman, Chris Christoff, Zev Herman Superior Lighting, Stanley Meytin True Film Production


Simple Tips on Transforming Employees Into Powerful Brand Advocates

A key part of the marketing process is getting  the word out about your brand, and your best brand advocate is your staff. What’s the best way to encourage employees to talk up your company ?  To find out, we asked members of YEC this question: Q. Getting employees to help with company branding can be a huge boost for your business, so what is the best way to encourage employee participation without being demanding? 1. Take an organic approach Create a culture where...
Tags: Sales, Linkedin, Sales & Marketing, Company Culture, T-mobile, John Legere, Young Entrepreneur Council, YEC, John Turner, Syed Balkhi, Blair Thomas, Ismael Wrixen, Derek Broman, Chris Christoff, Zev Herman Superior Lighting, Stanley Meytin True Film Production


FTC Orders Top Internet Providers to Reveal How They Collect Your Data and Why

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued orders to seven major broadband providers on Tuesday seeking wide-ranging information about how the companies collect and profit from the personal information of their American customers. Read more...
Tags: Verizon, Science, Att, Ftc, T Mobile, Federal Trade Commission FTC, 6b Study