T-Mobile received 351,940 U.S. government requests for customer data in 2014, the most of the four major U.S. cellular carriers, CNET reported.
Satellite TV provider Dish Networks is talking to banks about borrowing between $10 and $15 billion to buy wireless carrier T-Mobile, the Wall Street Journal reports.
T-Mobile announced Wednesday that it is revising is mobile phone and data plans for businesses with a simpler price structure.
Janam Technologies, a provider of rugged mobile devices for industry, has teamed with T-Mobile distributor One Shop Wireless to offer business customers a complete mobile solution "in a box."
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