I attended the interview with Nick Drake, Senior Vice President, Direct to Consumer at T-Mobile and Otto Rosenberger who serves as CMO at the Hostelworld Group at the Adobe Summit. The key takeaway of the entire session was that customer experience is the beginning and the core of digital transformations – it is where it […]
Israel’s Bezeq is the latest telecoms company to springboard into the smart city arena off their own internet infrastructure. Fortune says the country’s largest telecommunications company has earmarked millions of dollars for smart city investments. Among Bezeq’s earliest ventures is its pilot program in the city of Modi’in, in between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. Hundreds of sensors […]
Cloud communications platform Twilio has announced a new cellular network partnership with U.S. cellular giant T-Mobile, called Twilio Programmable Wireless, which will provide data, SMS, and voice communications to connected devices. Announced at SIGNAL, a developer conference on communications, the partnership expands Twilio’s platform to devices outside of Wi-Fi range, which require constant Internet service. […]
It’s more than just paying for what you use.
That’s right: all ten of you!
Google Wallet gets a boost.
The tech giant wants to bring the Internet to every nook of the Universe.
In 21 tweets, no less.
“This thing doesn’t f—ing bend.”
Bigger is better, or at least more popular.
Look out, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint.
America’s #3 carrier is moving on.
The Next Big Thing for mobile phones will help out carriers and smartphone makers quite a bit. Consumers? Not so much.
Why, exactly, is T-Mobile getting into personal finance?
As T-Mobile continues to evolve its “UnCarrier” initiative, it’s forcing its bigger rivals to, y’know, compete. Which is good for you.
The third and fourth largest U.S. carriers have different technologies, consumer demographics and business interests.
T-Mobile, AT&T, and Verizon finally got the memo: smartphone users are sick of indentured servitude.
CEO John Legere’s message: Big Pink is different, and it’s putting its money where its mouth is.
The ACLU wants wireless carriers to provide timely Android updates to improve smartphone security — and the FTC appears likely to agree.
Yeah, you might not be on a contract, but the new T-Mobile data plans are not exactly deals.