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Government Must Embrace President's Leadership on Spectrum

President Obama understands the importance of wireless broadband to the economy and the need to ensure that spectrum is available to fuel this economic engine.

Hurricane Season 2013: T-Mobile Tips for Staying Connected

With Superstorm Sandy still fresh in our minds, it’s hard to believe a new hurricane season is already upon us. 

Guest Blog: Secrets from a "Shark:" Shake Up the Status Quo

Long before I became a “Shark” investor on ABC’s Shark Tank, I realized the importance of redefining the game and playing by my own rules. Since my early days, I’ve liked to do things differently. In fact, most of my success can be attributed to shaking up the status quo and finding unconventional ways to do business.

T-Mobile Frees Small Business from Confusing and Expensive Wireless Plans

Starting a small business is no joke. The owner works around the clock, singularly focused on growing the business while juggling responsibilities as the bookkeeper, office manager, procurement officer, sales rep, marketing guru, and IT director.
Government Affairs

We Need a Course Correction on Federal Spectrum

Go into any workplace, restaurant, school, or home today and it is easy to see why the wireless industry is a significant component of our country’s economic recovery. 
Government Affairs

Transition to IP Technology Requires Some Oversight

Internet Protocol (IP) is the technology used by virtually every telecommunications company today. 

Small Business Q&A: Radio Show and Author, Barry Moltz

With limited time and resources, it is easy for small businesses to stick to the same trusted technology strategies and solutions year after year.

Game On: T-Mobile Boosts Coverage in New Orleans for Football and Mardi Gras Fans

Starting this week, tens of thousands of football fans will flock to New Orleans and share their game-time experiences through calls, texts, status updates, and photo and video sharing.

T-Mobile Makes NFC a Reality in 2013

In 2012, we saw the expansion of near field communication (NFC) technology in a number of smartphones, enabling T-Mobile customers to tap or bring their phone within close proximity of another NFC-capable device or phone to exchange and share content, including paying with a tap of their phone, wirelessly charging a phone or instantly sharing pictures, videos and links.
Government Affairs

Getting it Right for Competition in the FCC Incentive Auction

The stakes are high as the Federal Communications Commission makes plans to conduct its first ever “incentive” auction of spectrum licenses with frequencies coming from broadcasters to be re-purposed for mobile broadband services.
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