A few days ago, T-Mobile customers experienced an outage. While there were some customers who were unable to make calls or do basic functions on their phones, there were others who lost service completely. And some users on an iPhone 11 did not default to the emergency SOS satellite indicator that their device should. Instead, they simply lost service without any explanation.
T-Mobile was reported to be in the process of shutting down its brick-and-mortar stores early this year. Following these reports, T-Mo’s Consumer Group President, Jon Freier, released a statement discussing this change. But now, another report says that corporate-owned Metro by T-Mobile stores will be affected by the closure too.
T-Mobile just faced a new security breach that left the information of 37 million users compromised. Thankfully, T-Mo assures its customers that none of their financial information was accessed by the hackers.
T-Mobile has partnered with Delta Air Lines for an exciting offer for travelers.
According to its announcement, passengers on board select Delta Air Lines flights will have access to free Wi-Fi. The best part about this announcement is that the perk is available to AT&T and Verizon Wireless customers too.
T-Mobile just launched a new promotion that new and existing customers can enjoy. For an unspecified period, customers can get T-Mobile’s Home Internet service at 50% off for life.
In previous offers, the requirement was to have a plan on Magenta MAX in order to get the discounted price. Fortunately, the new offer erases that and allows anyone with a voice plan to get the offer too.
Earlier this week, T-Mobile launched its Ultra Capacity 5G on its 5G standalone (network). Before this announcement, their 5G SA is the first and only one operating in the country. Now that Ultra Capacity 5G has been added to the network, 5G SA has leveled up even more, giving its customers faster speeds and lesser lags.
Neville Ray, T-Mobile’s President of Technology, announced:
This week, Apple unveiled its latest iPhone 14 series of devices. The series contains a total of four models, namely the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max. In this iPhone iteration, Apple decided to remove the physical SIM card tray and replace it with eSIM. They also added Emergency SOS via satellite to these phones.