T-Mobile's "unlimited doesn't really mean unlimited" problem is different from AT&T's and Verizon's.
The U.S. carrier may not support Samsung's mobile payment system.
The company has topped an important survey yet again, but its rivals are improving as well.
The lease offer has the potential to be a meaningful one for the company's bottom line.
T-Mobile may have more subscribers, but a new report shows that Sprint's network still performs better overall.
Verizon maintained its network lead over the competition through the first half of 2015 -- and it shows no signs of slowing down.
Only one carrier, AT&T, now has the traditional two-year contract. Should Apple and Samsung worry about future sales?
The company has launched its efforts with an attractive offer on a popular phone.
It's one that is likely to keep some users from switching to the Un-carrier.
Two major carriers have gotten rid of them and another is going to soon.