The promotion lets buyers get their hands on phones and other mobile gadgets without a down payment, but the devices must still be paid off in full via monthly installments.
Can't afford the steep off-contract prices for Apple's new smartphones? T-Mobile joins other wireless carriers in aiming to make it easier for users to pay them off.
UnRadio straddles the gap between a Pandora-like free service and the typical subscription streaming offer, as Rhapsody experiments to find a sweet spot.
T-Mobile says its plan, which includes 500 megabytes of capped data, differs from the "bait and switch" low-end plans offered by Verizon and AT&T.
In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon offers a reader some advice about whether T-Mobile's competitors will respond to its aggressive marketing tactics.
T-Mobile really wants you to break up with your current carrier. So much it's even going to help you write a breakup letter.
If you're tempted by Sprint's new "Framily" plan and T-Mobile's promise to pay our early termination fees, check out this Ask Maggie column, where CNET's Marguerite Reardon explains who's likely to save money.
CEO John Legere says T-Mobile will ease a major pain point for cell phone owners: it will pay early-termination fees for those who jump from another carrier.
The carrier will pay its rival nearly $2.37 billion and give it spectrum worth $950 million for some valuable low-frequency bands to help build its LTE network.
T-Mobile has gone from bleeding customers in 2012 following its failed merger with AT&T to picking itself up and making some aggressive moves in 2013 to win over customers.