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T-Mobile adds 12 more partners to Binge On program

T-Mobile adds 12 more partners to Binge On program

In a Tuesday announcement, bigwig US wireless carrier T-Mobile has revealed that it is expanding its Binge On streaming program, with the addition of more streaming video and audio services.

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YouTube joins up with T-Mobile’s Binge On program

YouTube joins up with T-Mobile’s Binge On program

According to an announcement made by T-Mobile this week, Google's popular video-sharing service YouTube and some other popular video streaming services are coming on board the carrier's controversial data-free 'Binge On' program.

The Binge On mobile video streaming service was launched by T-Mobile last fall. The service essentially enables T-Mobile subscribers to watch Netflix, HBO and other partnering online services, without having the data consumed by those services use up their monthly cellular plan.

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T-Mobile has rebranded itself as ‘uncarrier’ after blocked merger with AT&T

T-Mobile has rebranded itself as ‘uncarrier’ after blocked merger with AT&T

Under the leadership of CEO John Legere, Deutsche Telekom subsidiary T-Mobile has effectively rebranded itself as an 'uncarrier' which does not play by the rules; and has managed to keep its rivals in the wireless industry on their toes with its unprecedented moves.

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Sprint shelves T-Mobile acquisition plans; replaces CEO Dan Hesse

Sprint shelves T-Mobile acquisition plans; replaces CEO Dan Hesse

In an official announcement made on Wednesday, August 6, US wireless carrier Sprint said that it has shelved its plans to acquire smaller rival T-Mobile. In addition, Sprint also said that it is replacing its CEO Dan Hesse.

The announcement by Sprint about its abandoned pursuit of T-Mobile came two days after the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) opposed the plans of the two carriers to jointly bid on wireless spectrum in a 2015 auction.

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Sprint drops its T-Mobile acquisition bid; replaces CEO

Sprint drops its T-Mobile acquisition bid; replaces CEO

According to a Reuters report, third-ranking US carrier Sprint - which is the property of Tokyo-based SoftBank Corp. - has abandoned its T-Mobile acquisition efforts, apparently due to the difficult challenge of getting the deal approved by regulators.

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France’s fourth-largest cellular company Iliad bids for T-Mobile

France’s fourth-largest cellular company Iliad bids for T-Mobile

On Thursday, Iliad SA, France's fourth-largest cellular company, made the highest bid for the takeover of T-Mobile US Inc.

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Iliad SA offers $15 billion for T-Mobile Stake

Iliad SA offers $15 billion for T-Mobile Stake

French telecom startup Iliad SA has offered $15 billion for controlling stake in T-Mobile US. The latest move by the French telecom company could derail the plans of Japan-based Softbank to acquire majority stake in fourth largest telecom company in United States.

Softbank controlled US carrier Sprint was in talks with T-Mobile to get controlling stake in the company. Sprint offered $40 per share for the majority stake in the telecom company controlled by Germany's Deutsche Telekom.

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T-Mobile makes two ‘Un-Carrier announcements’ --- Test Drive, and streaming music exempt from data

T-Mobile makes two ‘Un-Carrier announcements’ --- Test Drive, and streaming musi

At an evening event held in Seattle on Wednesday, T-Mobile made two `Un-Carrier' announcements --- Un-Carrier 5.0 and Un-Carrier 6.0.

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Sprint matches T-Mobile's pre-paid plan with its own

Sprint matches T-Mobile's pre-paid plan with its own

According to a Bloomberg report, third-ranking US wireless carrier Sprint has recently matched rival T-Mobile's pre-paid plan with one of its own.

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T-Mobile to Offer $100 Credit for Upgrade to Blackberry Users

T-Mobile to Offer $100 Credit for Upgrade to Blackberry Users

John Legere, CEO of T-Mobile, announced that the company is offering a credit of $100 to its existing Blackberry users for upgrading to any new device including the BlackBerry Z10 and Q10. He said that the scheme will remain valid throughout the year.

During the past few days, the strong relationship between T-Mobile and Blackberry turned sour because of launch of an e-mail campaign. As per the campaign, T-Mobile was found involved in targeting BlackBerry users to offer them a free upgrade to the Apple iPhone 5S.

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