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Blackberry to cut business ties with T-Mobile after expiry of contract on April 25

Blackberry to cut business ties with T-Mobile after expiry of contract on April 25In an announcement made on Wednesday, Canadian device maker BlackBerry said that it will not renew US carrier T-Mobile's license to sell BlackBerry devices after the present contract expires on April 25.

T-Mobile discontinues its Advantage Monthly Discount program for businesses

T-Mobile discontinues its Advantage Monthly Discount program for businessesAccording to a Tmo News report, T-Mobile will axe its Advantage Monthly Discount program towards the end of this month. From March 31, the carrier has started sending notifications - via mail - about the discontinuation of the program to customers who have been using this discount.

DoJ Allows Verizon to Acquire Possession of Spectrum

VerizonRecent reports have revealed that Verizon has been permitted by Department of Justice to acquire the possession of $3.9 billion spectrum from Comcast. However, Verizon will have to follow certain conditions set, in order to maintain the competition.

Samsung and T-Mobile launches 'Vibrant'

Samsung-VibrantSouth Korean electronics major, Samsung along with telecom operator, T-Mobile launched the 'Samsung Vibrant' Smartphone other wise called Samsung Galaxy S in a small event in New York city.

The T-Mobile version of device has been named Vibrant in a effort to differentiate it from others. Samsung will sell the device on the networks of AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless.

Orange and T-Mobile Merger Approved, Cut of 20,000 Jobs

orangeThe proposed merger of Orange and T-Mobile in the UK has been approved to create Britain’s biggest mobile phone operator, but number of jobs are at risk.

Around two thousand jobs are at risk because the companies are likely to cut £3.5 billion in expenses from their merged business.

British consumer groups reacted furiously to the European Commission's decision to approve the merger.

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