The telecom giant re-introduces the new Cricket service with some competitive offers.
The waterproof smartphone will debut at T-Mobile stores in the "coming weeks" and is exclusive to the carrier.
The company is still well behind Verizon Wireless in its deployment, but has made ground in introducing a large number of LTE-compatible devices.
Taking a more aggressive stance, T-Mobile decides to copy the style of Apple's "Get a Mac" campaign in order to lampoon AT&T and, implicitly, Apple.
Starting Wednesday, T-Mobile will begin selling the Dell Inspiron Mini 10 Netbook with access to the company's newly upgraded HSPA 7.2 network.
This week's Ask Maggie details the ins and outs of switching from an iPhone to an Android smartphone and offers some explanation of voice over LTE and the difference between AT&T's 3G technologies.
AT&T's throttling policy is definitely not consumer-friendly, but in this edition of Ask Maggie, I explain why it's better than the previous policy.