Here is John Legere’s Entire Twitter Video Rant from Yesterday

Here is John Legere’s Entire Twitter Video Rant from Yesterday

It’s no secret that T-Mobile CEO John Legere compares himself to Batman, saving helpless consumers from the grasps of the villainous AT&T and Verizon Wireless. Legere has been getting quite a bit of heat lately about T-Mobile’s latest uncarrier program, Binge On, which allows users to stream video from some video providers without it counting toward their data plan. Yesterday, he decided to respond.

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I am So Sick of Hearing about Net Neutrality

I am So Sick of Hearing about Net Neutrality

T-Mobile CEO John Legere is at it again. When he announced Binge On, the ability to stream video from 24 different sources (at the time) without it counting toward your data cap, it sounded like a great idea for T-Mobile subscribers, right? Of course not. Just like almost every time I turn on a tech news podcast, someone has to bitch about Net Neutrality. Seriously, every time anyone runs a promotion or anything like this,…

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T-Mobile Introduces the First LTE Cell Spot

T-Mobile Introduces the First LTE Cell Spot

T-Mobile CEO John Legere is excited for Uncarrier X on November 10, but as he says, they “won’t stop”. Today, T-Mobile introduces the first ever LTE Cell Spot. Now, there’s no real name for the product that they’re announcing. T-Mobile calls it a Cell Spot. AT&T calls it a Microcell. It’s the same thing. It’s a mini cell tower that hooks up to your Wi-Fi router.

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T-Mobile is now Selling the Nexus 9, even though it Doesn’t Exist

T-Mobile is now Selling the Nexus 9, even though it Doesn’t Exist

By Rich W Woods T-Mobile has a new section of their web site called The Underground. It says “Check your standard devices at the door. Shop exclusive and performance-centric devices reserved for the true enthusiast. Plus get news and reviews from tech luminati.” Oddly enough, none of the exclusive devices are exclusive to T-Mobile. The Underground consists of the Motorola Nexus 6, HTC Nexus 9, HTC One M8 for Windows, and HTC Re camera. I…

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How to Pick a Carrier: or Why No One should use Verizon

How to Pick a Carrier: or Why No One should use Verizon

By Rich W Woods Let’s face it. No one likes cell phone carriers. They are basically the Montgomery Burns and Dr. Evils of the technology industry. They promise not to charge customers for things and then they put it on his bill anyway. Then he has to call them and argue with someone saying he was promised something. Then, of course, he has to speak to someone in a different department and inequity that person’s…

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There is Still One More Area of Technology that Needs Innovation

By Rich W Woods It seems like every week there is another product that is disrupting an industry. Google Maps took down paid GPS services. Aereo had the cable companies trembling. Uber changed the way we call taxis. The iPhone changed the way we use phones. One may think that we are about where we want to be. We are not. Go into any AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, or T-Mobile store and you’ll see a variety…

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AT&T Next, T-Mobile Jump, or a Waste of Money?

By Richard Woods So AT&T and T-Mobile are coming out with these new rapid upgrade plans that are designed to give us all the latest and greatest smart phones. No more having to walk around with an obsolete phone with a cracked screen for six months until you are eligible for an upgrade. You can get that new iPhone NOW! Sure it sounds great, but I’ve got a question of my own. Where do these…

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