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FCC spectrum incentive auction enters closing stages

The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) said its Incentive Auction to repurpose broadcast spectrum for …

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Feature: CES 2017 Day 3

Heeeere’s Johnny! Outspoken T-Mobile US boss John Legere is back in Vegas and Mobile World …

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T-Mobile US boss “excited” by Trump potential; unveils latest ‘uncarrier’ plan

LIVE FROM CES 2017, LAS VEGAS: Outspoken T-Mobile US boss John Legere welcomed the arrival …

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Deutsche Telekom rules out T-Mobile US sale for now

Deutsche Telekom’s (DT) CEO said the operator is “not in the mood” to sell T-Mobile …

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EC to probe O2/T-Mobile Czech network sharing agreement

The European Commission (EC) opened an investigation into the network sharing agreement between O2 and T-Mobile …

IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR T-MOBILE - T-Mobile CEO John Legere introduces Binge On during the Un-carrier X press conference at the Shrine Auditorium on Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2015, in Los Angeles. Binge On allows T-Mobile customers to stream video for free without using their LTE data. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/AP Images for T-Mobile)

T-Mobile US keeps up Q3 pressure on AT&T and Verizon

T-Mobile US continued its turnaround in the third quarter, grabbing customers from larger rivals AT&T …

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US operators update on 5G plans as US Cellular reveals trials

LIVE FROM CTIA SUPER MOBILITY WEEK, LAS VEGAS: The big four US operators gave an …

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Operators jump on Pokemon Go bandwagon

Following the success of Pokemon Go location/augmented reality app, a number of operators are looking …

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Huawei files patent suit against T-Mobile US

Chinese vendor Huawei filed a lawsuit against T-Mobile US in the US district court for the Eastern District of Texas for using its patented technology without signing a licensing agreement.

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Deutsche Telekom reports strong 2015, highlights US performance

Deutsche Telekom exceeded its targets for 2015, with Tim Hoettges, CEO, stating it was “extremely …