T-Mobile's majority owner has already rejected one offer from French carrier Iliad and watched its deal with Sprint fall apart.
Starting Friday, the company will begin selling Alcatel's One Touch Fire with Firefox OS in 850 stores in Poland, with sales in Greece and Hungary to follow in the fall.
French telecom provider says T-Mobile and parent company Deutsche Telekom refused to entertain its new offer.
The new offer is a response to the criticism some major MetroPCS shareholders have expressed over possible undervaluing.
Internet service providers are getting a new option called G.fast that can extend the lifespan of existing copper phone lines yet again.
Deutsche Telekom, speaking to FierceWireless, denies a report that it's considering changing the terms of T-Mobile's proposed merger with MetroPCS.
The platform, which includes extra features for enhanced productivity, typically costs customers $45 per year.
With FTC approval granted in April, the approval in Europe means the deal should finally wrap up soon.
Iliad has lined up new financial backers for another run at the Uncarrier, according to Bloomberg.
CEO Masayoshi Son is reportedly in talks to acquire the studio behind animated films "Shrek" and "How to Train Your Dragon."