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T-Mobile Gets Called Out By Large Labor Union Federation For Deceiving Customers, Abusive Debt Collection Practices, Failing To Pay ETFs, And More

In the tech press, it's easy for us to regurgitate the advertising material that all of the major carriers and companies want potential customers to hear. It's more challenging to hear the voices of the people who find themselves taken advantage of by corporate practices. This work generally falls to unions and advocacy groups that do the research and speak out on their behalf.

Change to Win, a federation of unions that claims to represent over 5.5 million workers, has recently issued a 27-page report called Unmasking the Un-Carrier along with a general summary that takes aim at T-Mobile.

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[Deal Alert] T-Mobile's Prepaid 3-In-1 SIM Card Starter Kits Are $0.99 (Down From $15)

Grabbing a new SIM card might not be on your priority list every day, let alone right before Christmas, but if you were thinking about giving T-Mobile a try or if the uncarrier's tactics have made you curious and you want to check its network coverage and plans, now might be the best time to give it a go.

T-Mobile's SIM Starter Kits, which contain a prepaid Nano SIM Card with Micro and Standard SIM adapters, are seeing their price slashed to next to nothing. They usually cost $15 to buy, but with the code SIM99, you can get the price down to $0.99.

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Android 6.0.1 Seems To Have Enabled T-Mobile Band 12 LTE For The Nexus 6P And 5X

Google is rolling out Android 6.0.1 to Nexus devices starting today with new factory images. In addition to the new emoji, it looks like this update finally enables band 12 LTE on T-Mobile for the Nexus 6P and 5X. Yay!

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Eleven More Streaming Services Added To T-Mobile Music Freedom Including TuneIn Premium

T-Mobile announced a big expansion to its Music Freedom deal today with 11 more streaming services. That means you won't use any of your data allotment to listen to these 11 services, some of which you might even have heard of. Really, most of them are pretty obscure. Good on T-Mobile for keeping Music Freedom open, I guess.

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T-Mobile Galaxy Note 4 And Note Edge Get Android 5.1.1, Advanced Messaging, And Video Calling

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T-Mobile Will Give $200 In Bill Credit To Anyone Switching From Sprint With No Limit On Number Of Lines And No Trade-In Required

For the holidays, T-Mobile wants you to switch from whichever other carrier you're relying on these days. Over the next few weeks it will roll out a different deal aimed at enticing people over, and it's starting with Sprint.

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T-Mobile Is Giving Away Three Months Of Unlimited LTE To Postpaid Simple Choice Customers (After They've Depleted Their Data Stash), Has Other Black Friday Offers Up Its Sleeve

We've covered Black Friday deals from Sprint and Verizon already, and they've been pretty predictable. T-Mobile, though, is taking a different approach. For the next three months, the carrier is giving all of its postpaid Simple Choice customers unlimited LTE, active right now.

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Nexus 6 Owners On T-Mobile Are Finally Getting An Over-The-Air Update To Marshmallow

Good grief, T-Mobile has been awfully late in providing the Android 6.0 update to Nexus 6 users on its network. That kind of behavior is positively... carrier-like. But as of Friday the rollout for Marshmallow should have finally begun, at least if you're anywhere near a Wi-Fi network - according to T-Mobile's support document, a full OTA including the cellular network will begin later. As always, it might be several days until you see the update alert on your specific device.

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T-Mobile Has Halted The Marshmallow Roll-Out On The 2013 Nexus 7 LTE

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Deutsche Telekom And T-Mobile Force Another Company To Change Its Logo Because It Was Too Magentastic

Oxy is a small start-up company out of the United Kingdom that is planning to launch a new smartwatch on Indiegogo this month. By all accounts, it is not competing with any other company in the industry, not even Pebble. But Oxy got served with a lil' lawsuit threat when it tried to file for a trademark on its logo (shown on the left in the image above) by Deutsche Telekom. Reasons? Magenta. I feel like we've been down this road before.

The last time that T-Mobile and Deutsche Telekom were up in arms about their Magentastic Property(TM), the offender was an AT&T subsidiary, Aio Wireless.

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