Samsung’s latest two phones, the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+, are hot topics and carriers are prepping for the launch. T-Mobile is taking a different route from some of the others and is skipping pre-orders altogether. Instead, the company is opting to open online and ... Read More »
The latest round of Android devices receiving the Stagefright patch, keeping your device safe from malicious MMS messages, are here. Starting today, the Verizon Galaxy Note Edge and Galaxy Note 4 are being patched, along with T-Mobile Galaxy Note 4 as well.
Just about every manufacturer and carrier under the ... Read More »
If you live in the southeastern US and you’re wondering what’s going on with your cell service right now, know that you’re not the only one dealing with issues.
Several reports are coming in that show that all four major US carriers are experiencing outages across the southeastern US. AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon have ... Read More »
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T-Mobile has today announced a new feature launching exclusively at T-Mobile based on a new messaging standard that will change the way you text. T-Mobile’s new Advanced Messaging is the future of the SMS.
Based on the Rich Communications Services (RCS) standard, Advanced Messaging brings a lot of the perks of other messaging ... Read More »
T-Mobile recently teased a “big, bold, and cool” new plan to go along with its Mobile Without Borders launch, and now that plan has been revealed.
T-Mobile’s latest Un-carrier Amped move lets you travel to Canada and Mexico and pretend that it’s the US, at least when it comes to your phone usage.
T-Mobile has been on an almost clockwork-like schedule of announcing major changes to the way the company handles business for some time now. The most recent Un-Carrier branded initiative, called Amped, has already brought us a new and reasonable way to finance and lease phones, tomorrow we get to see what’s next.
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John Legere, CEO of T-Mobile, is known for being very controversial and offensive. His Twitter page reflects that, with him constantly badmouthing other carriers and their CEOs without provocation. Some love this behavior and view him as edgy, but some just see it as all talk and no action (or at least not as much ... Read More »
After announcing its new Jump On Demand phone leasing program late last week, T-Mobile is officially ready to start signing customers up for the program in retail stores.
A couple of days ago, T-Mobile teased a new “Amped” announcement for June 25. And now, right on schedule, the magenta carrier has revealed the first Un-carrier initiative to get amped up.
T-Mobile wants to change the way its subscribers upgrade their phones again, making it easier than ever before to get into a new ... Read More »