We’re not sure if T-Mobile is now an “uncarrier,” as it declared at Tuesday’s event in New York City at which it finally introduced an iPhone 5 for its network, unveiled new pricing plans that could change the way people think about buying smartphones, and shed a little more light on how its LTE networks will operate. However, the carrier certainly came out swinging as it tries to embrace its underdog status and set itself apart from larger rivals.
Here are the stories that emerged from the event:
- T-Mobile launches LTE with a bang, the iPhone 5 and no contracts
- It’s finally here: T-Mobile iPhone 5 goes on sale April 12
- T-Mobile is ending subsidies and contracts, but it’s still locking phones
- T-Mobile’s new LTE network is fast, but it’s going to get a lot faster
- Samsung Galaxy S 4 hits T-Mobile around May 1 for $99 plus monthly payments
- Why Apple doesn’t need a cheap iPhone if T-Mobile does it for them