U.S Citizens Grapple With Sudden Nationwide Cellular Service Outage

A widespread cellular service outage affects major providers like AT&T, Cricket Wireless, Verizon, and T-Mobile across the United States, and no definitive explanations have been provided yet.

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EU To Scrutinize Czech Telecomm

O2 CZ/CETIN and T-Mobile CZ is now under investigation by the European Commission on Tuesday. European Commission is to investigate whether the mobile telecoms network-sharing deal between the two major telecommunications company restricts competition in the Czech Republic.

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AT&T to spend $10 billion to expand its business solutions for customers worldwide

AT&T on Monday announced its intention to spend about $10 billion in order to provide its "integrated solutions" for enterprises globally. The company is also testing its 5G broadband services at enterprises and homes.

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T Mobile CEO’s Apology Appears To Be Tactical Bullying

John Legere has been witnessing a social media riot centering his F bomb blasting during a question- answer session in Twitter on Monday. One of T Mobile’s ‘Binge On’ has reportedly withdrawn itself from the platform. The embattled CEO has been compelled to seek apology but tries to make it conditional. T Mobile is accused of violating net neutrality through throttling by EFF and net neutrality advocates.

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Verizon Brings Back $20 Activation Fee For Devices

Verizon announces the resume of $20 activation fee whenever a customer adds a new line to their service. The fee would be a one-time charge and will not be charged again on future bills.

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T-Mobile is offering free data usage for video streaming

T-Mobile now offers a new option for users to stream videos on their mobile devices without using up too much data allotment against their plans. The company's chief executive John Legere announced Tuesday the new video streaming plan that is called "Binge On" in a move that would hopefully attract more users to register in their network, according to Reuters.

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Struggling telco Sprint Corp cuts $2.5B in opex; jobs, free snacks next

Sprint Corp - a subsidiary of Japan Softbank- and one of the largest mobile services provider in the US is currently on the way to cutting costs in the midst of deploying marketing strategy to recover lost subscribers.

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Blackberry’s first Android phone Is now available for pre-order

Blackberry is officially taking pre-order for the Blackberry Priv, the company's first Android-based smartphone. Blackberry Priv was first announced last month. The phone features a touchscreen, slide-out keyboard, and Blackberry's security software.

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Samsung Gear S2 smartwatch will be available soon

A lot of companies has been releasing new gadgets and update this past few months and Samsung is not far behind with their latest Smartwatch, the Gear S2. Samsung announced on Wednesday that the new Gear S2 Smartwatch will be available for the US customers starting on October 2nd.

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T-Mobile launches built-in video calling feature to Samsung phones

T-Mobile has recently announced that video calls will be a built-in feature on selected T-Mobile smartphones. T-Mobile confirmed that it will roll out the exciting feature to the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ and the Samsung Galaxy Note5 starting now, while the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge will have to wait until next week.

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T-Mobile starts targeting 3,000 LTE tethered data 'thieves'

In an open letter, T-Mobile chief executive John Legere warns the 3,000 users stealing LTE tethered data that the company will go after them beginning August 31.

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FCC denies $3.3B subsidy claim of Dish Network

The Federal Communications Commission announced Monday that Dish Network Corp. can't avail the $3.3 billion credit to acquire the airwaves it gained through a government auction.

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T-Mobile Users Get Unlimited Calling to Mexico and Canada at No Extra Cost with Mobile without Borders

The Simple Choice North America Plan, otherwise known as "Mobile without Borders," is the latest installment of T-Mobile's Un-carrier Amped program.

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Google treats Project Fi Nexus 6 users with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop Update

For those who were lucky enough to be given an invite to Project Fi MVNO service, a new version of Lollipop is soon to arrive in all Nexus 6 smartphones.

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Google rolls out new U.S. wireless service

Google Inc on Wednesday launched a new U.S. wireless service that switches between Wi-Fi and cellular networks to curb data use and keep phone bills low.

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