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News for Mobile

T-Mobile is launching its mobile-first bank account to all US consumers
T-Mobile Money, the wireless carrier's mobile-first bank account offering, will launch to all US consumers after a pilot that began last November, according to Fortune. T-Mobile will offer both ...

The FCC says it plans to block China Mobile in the U.S. in another swipe at Chinese telecom firms
U.S. officials are moving to block a Chinese state-owned telecom company from operating in the United States, citing the firm as a spying risk and widening a rift between the two countries over the ...

Comcast and T-Mobile just rolled out a new anti-Robocall tool. But it doesn't do much yet
New York (CNN Business)There's some good news and bad news about those pesky robocalls. T-Mobile (TMUS) and Comcast's (CCZ) Xfinity said Wednesday they will be the first telecom companies to start ...

FCC chairman opposes China Mobile bid to provide U.S. services
(Reuters) - Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai said on Wednesday he opposes China Mobile Ltd’s bid to provide U.S. telecommunications services and that the commission will vote on ...

China’s Mobile-Phone Giant in Africa
Chinese mobile-phone brands Huawei and Xiaomi have become well-known names globally. But there is a third Chinese company that has grown to be one of the world’s largest phone makers without garnering ...

3 Ways the Sprint/T-Mobile Merger Could Still Succeed
The Sprint/T-Mobile merger is on the rocks "as currently structured," the Wall Street Journal reports. Much as both Sprint and T-Mobile are vigorously denying it, I think the leaks reported by the ...

T-Mobile Money goes national: ‘Un-carrier’ doubles down on banking as next target for disruption
T-Mobile is taking its mobile banking service, T-Mobile Money, out of the pilot phase and rolling it out nationally. The so-called “Un-carrier” last year teamed up with BankMobile to launch pilot apps ...

T-Mobile gets into banking, offering 4% interest and no fees on its free checking account
T-Mobile is jumping into the banking business with a splash. The wireless carrier on Thursday introduced a mobile checking account that offers an interest rate thousands of times higher than the ...

The DOJ reportedly pours cold water on Sprint and T-Mobile's merger
A planned merger between two of the largest telecom companies in the US has run into trouble after antitrust concerns seemed to scuttle Sprint and T-Mobile's plans. Sprint shares were down more than 5 ...

T-Mobile's Legere Defends Sprint Deal to U.S. Officials, Sources Say
T-Mobile US Inc. Chief Executive Officer John Legere defended his planned takeover of Sprint Corp. to top Justice Department officials in a bid to head off worries the combination of the two wireless ...

FCC moves to deny China Mobile's bid to enter the US market
The US is trying to keep another Chinese telecom giant out of the country. Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai said Wednesday that he opposes China Mobile's bid to provide services in ...

FCC Chairman Rejects China Mobile's Bid to Enter US Market
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai today recommended that the agency reject China Mobile's application to provide telecom services in the US because the firm is "vulnerable to exploitation, influence, and control ...