Despite looming buyout, T-Mobile powers on
T-Mobile may be prepping for an AT&T buyout, but the carrier remains just as active as ever in releasing new smartphones, tablets, and services until the FCC makes its call.
T-Mobile has never been one to rest on its laurels when it comes to offering exciting smartphones, specials, and services, and that has remained true despite awith rival carrier AT&T that's among government lobby groups and .
We knew T-Mobile was adopting an approach of, and a brisk business it's been, at least in terms of customer offerings, . Hewing to a release date schedule laid out long before is what any carrier in T-Mobile's situation would do, especially since the merger, if approved, wouldn't go through until the end of 2011.
Still, the pace of product releases makes the struggling carrier look good, and could work to attract new subscribers, especially those looking for a deal that possible-new-parent AT&T would have to honor until the original T-Mobile contract expires.
Since thein March, T-Mobile has announced or released:
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