• T-Mobile soft launches 36-month financing for Galaxy Note 9

    5 days ago - By Pocketnow

    Instead of a two-year term, T-Mobile is selling a discounted Galaxy Note 9 and charging customers over the course of three years.
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  • T-Mobile-Sprint merger supported by several pro-business organizations

    T-Mobile-Sprint merger supported by several pro-business organizations

    5 days ago - By Phone Arena

    Later this month, it will have been six months since John Legere and Marcelo Claure announced the plan to merge T-Mobile and Sprint. Combining the nation's third and fourth largest carriers is necessary, according to the executives, to keep U.S. leadership in next generation 5G connectivity. But the deal is currently in limbo as it awaits approval from both the FCC and the FTC.
    Meanwhile, more business organizations are supporting the merger. In a filing made with the FCC, the National Taxpayers Union said that it's own analysis shows that taxpayers and consumers would ...
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  • T-Mobile testing 36-month payment option for Equipment Installment Plan

    T-Mobile testing 36-month payment option for Equipment Installment Plan

    5 days ago - By TmoNews

    T-Mobile's Equipment Installment plan lets you spread out the cost of a new smartphone over 24 months, but some customers are now seeing a slightly different EIP payment option. TmoNews reader P Doobs recently noticed that when viewing the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 on T-Mobile's website , T-Mo offered them a 36-month EIP option at $24.17 per month. The 36-month EIP option showed up for me too, but wasn't available on any other devices. T-Mobile hasn't made any official...
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