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Mott Haven »

T-Mobile will provide the families with tablets, and the city will pay for the internet service.

Elmhurst »

The robbers took $600 in store merchandise from the T-Mobile store on Queens Blvd., police said.

Bed-Stuy »

The two men are suspected of a series of cellphone store robberies.

Astoria »

The robber made off with approximately 50 smartphones and $200 in cash, police and witnesses said.

Emerson Hill »

Karen Shearon said she was going to blow up Susan Wagner HS, sources said.

Arrochar »

The man took the pipes and wiring from New Broadview Manor Assisted Living on Dec. 30, 2014.

New Dorp »

The video shows the men clearing out the shelves of a Staten Island T-Mobile store last month.

Elm Park »

The suspects entered the stores last month and took iPhones on display, police said.

New York City »

The growth of chain stores in New York accelerated in 2012, according to a new report.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

The MTA launched cell phone service in six Manhattan subway stations on Tuesday.

Manhattan »

The free service will provide potentially life-saving information in the case of a serious threat, say officials.

Manhattan »

T-Mobile customers will reportedly have to upgrade their phones once AT&T is allowed to purchase the company.

Manhattan »

AT&T and T-Mobile have signed onto a plan that will bring a wireless network to the New York City subway system.