After their plans to take over T-Mobile USA were thwarted in the 11th hour by a $39 Billion bid from AT&T, Sprint was scratching its head as to what to do next. It announced a partnership with Lightsquared, though that deal is now doomed as Lightsquared has failed to gain FCC support of its next-generation ... Read More »
MetroPCS announced two new 4G LTE devices yesterday, but they had something perhaps even more interesting at their booth at the Pepcom media event last night.
So what’s so special about this phone? Well Samsung has added an extendable antenna to this Galaxy S class phone that allows you to tune in to ... Read More »
Metro PCS is the latest U.S. carrier to launch the HTC Wildfire S, making it the first HTC device to launch on the bargain network. The phone comes with a 600 MHz Qualcomm processor, a 3.2” HVGA display, 5 megapixel camera, 512MB RAM and 512MB internal memory, Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), and HTC Sense. The HTC ... Read More »
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Want to be the first of your friends to get the latest on the Galaxy Nexus from Samsung? Keep reading our blog and we will do our best to take care of you, but you might also want to head over to Samsung.com and sign up to be notified when official news ... Read More »
Update: Walmart is not selling this device or taking reservations at this time and will not have it for some time. Straight Talk is exclusively selling it in early September and consumers can reserve the device today through the following link http://Reserve.StraightTalkAndroid.com
PCMag came out with their second annual internet connection speed test yesterday. This year, the folks at PCMag set their sights on mobile networks, setting out on a 21-city cross-country road trip in hopes of crowning a mobile internet speed champion.
As expected, Verizon’s implementation of a nationwide LTE network in late 2010/early 2011 propelled ... Read More »
We don’t give MetroPCS much love on this site, but the nation’s fifth largest carrier just announced their first relevant Android smartphone. The Samsung Galaxy Indulge is the world’s first commercially available 4G LTE Android smartphone and it goes on sale later this week for $399 without a contract.
The Galaxy Indulge is MetroPCS’s version ... Read More »
Imagine unlimited talk, text, and 4G data for only $55 per month. That is the no-contract plan that MetroPCS is offering right now on their first LTE handset, the non-Android Samsung Craft.
We don’t talk about our nation’s fifth largest carrier that much, but MetroPCS is expanding their 4G LTE network to a city near ... Read More »