The Bellevue telecom added 1.3 million customers during its second quarter, continuing its rapid growth as more consumers switch to its “Uncarrier” model.
T-Mobile is the third-largest U.S. wireless carrier by subscribers and is a cornerstone of the wireless industry in the Seattle area, which decades ago was home to pioneering companies that went on to form components of all four major U.S. wireless carriers. Headquartered in Bellevue’s Factoria neighborhood, T-Mobile employs about 5,500 people in the region, including engineering outposts in Bothell and Snoqualmie.
A Seattle jury decided that Huawei misappropriated trade secrets about a T-Mobile smartphone-testing robot in a series of incidents that occurred in 2012 and 2013.
The Bellevue-based wireless company said it will use airwaves that it acquired in a recent FCC auction as a base for nationwide 5G coverage
The latest quarter was the 16th in a row that the Bellevue-based wireless carrier gained more than 1 million customers.
The auction began last year and fetched $19.8 billion in bids for airwaves voluntarily surrendered by TV stations so the frequencies can be repurposed for...
A National Labor Relations Board judge ruled that Bellevue-based T-Mobile US violated the New Deal prohibition against company-controlled labor organizations and must dissolve T-Voice, a...
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