Already boasting some of the industry's best iPhone customer service despite not being an official Apple partner, T-Mobile is also getting an LTE network bump courtesy of Verizon.
The Chargeboard uses the kinetic energy generated from its spinning wheels to charge devices, and speakers in its base turn it into an iPhone dock.
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Big Red won't roll out the higher-quality voice service until 2014 as the U.S. carriers continue to run into hiccups.
While touting plans to roll out its own LTE network, T-mobile's CEO John Legere offered a less-than-complimentary assessment of its rival.
This year, the carrier will outfit a number of dugouts with wireless voice systems. And for the fans in the stands, there'll be expanded wireless 4G coverage.
T-Mobile won't say exactly when the smartphone will be available in its stores, but its CEO tells Reuters it'll land sooner rather than later.
The carrier extends its faster HSPA+ network on the iPhone-compatible 1900 megahertz band to 10 new markets.
Adding Baltimore, Houston, and Washington, D.C. to its 4G (HSPA) 1900 network, the carrier says unlocked iPhones in these cities will run 70 percent faster on its network than on AT&T's.