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T-Mobile nixes down payments, ups monthly fees

T-Mobile said Friday that it is temporarily eliminating upfront payments on new phones, but it is increasing the prices for some models through higher monthly payments.Full story

Tech Tips: New phone upgrade plans akin to renting

Over the past few weeks, three major U.S. wireless providers unveiled plans to combat phone envy: Let's say you just bought a phone, and then one with better features comes out a month later. You no longer have to wait a full two years to get it. Instead, you pay a monthly fee. Full story

T-Mobile goes after AT&T in new ad campaign

  T-Mobile takes a swipe at AT&T in a new ad. The Squawk on the Street crew looks at why the wireless sector seems to be getting so much more competitive.

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  Legere: 'T-Mobile Has Gone From Ugly Duckling to Pretty G...

T-Mobile looks to close the gap between itself and the other 3 major carriers. John Legere, CEO chats merger with MetroPCS and feels their cell phone plans provide amazing spectrum for consumers.

  Wireless Wars Hits Whole New Level

John Legere, T-Mobile US, explains how he plans to take on rivals; and discusses his company's merger with MetroPCS. The new company will now be known as T-Mobile USA, and will trade under the symbol TMUS.

  T-Mobile Ditches Phone Contracts

T-Mobile is getting rid of 2-year contracts, and that it will finally carry the iPhone. The "Street Signs" crew, weighs in.

  4 ways to cut red tape and save money

From the hassle of dealing with your cable and phone providers to managing stolen identity, Kim Lankford of Kiplinger.com shares how you can speed up solving your money problems, and save some cash in the process.

  T-Mobile CEO on Merger With MetroPCS

Two of the nation's low-cost wireless carriers, T-Mobile USA and MetroPCS are merging. John Legere, T-Mobile president & CEO, offers insight.

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