T-Mobile, America's supercharged Un-carrier, was established by VoiceStream Wireless PCS, a subsidiary of Western Wireless Corporation, in 1994. Headquartered in Bellevue, Washington, and Overland Park, Kansas, T-Mobile is United States Number 1 American Wireless Carrier.
In September 2001, after its spinoff from the parent company, Western Wireless, it was purchased by Deutsche Telekom, a German telecommunication company, and was renamed T-Mobile.
Following the merger of T-Mobile and MetroPCS in 2013, the business became known as T-Mobile USA. It began offering cellular phone and data services and functioning as the host network for a number of mobile virtual network operators.
T-Mobile is now committed to alter the cyber game and let the results speak for themselves by providing a cutting-edge 4G LTE network and a game-changing national 5G network to everyone in the United States.
With 104.8 million members, T-Mobile is now the second-largest wireless provider in the United States.
The Un-carrier has gained significant synonymity with 100% customer commitment after the re-invention of their antiquated and fractured customer service model.
T-Mobile now offers its customers a wide range of wireless PDAs, cell phones, tablets, and computers, as well as mobile Broadband Internet Access Services, netbooks, USB modems, mobile hotspot devices, Internet of Things, and other wireless devices via their exceptional 2G, 3G, 4G, and 5G broadband networks.