If you’re in the market for not just one, but two new smartphones, T-Mobile has a weekend-long promotion that might pique your interest.
T-Mobile recently released an update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 that limits the phone’s full charge to 60%, along with more frequent pop-ups to return the device, in an effort to get the remaining Note 7s out of customers’ ... Read More »
If you’re still using your Samsung Galaxy Note 7, you should definitely return it for a refund or another device. They’ve been proven dangerous and risking a fire isn’t a great idea. However, updates around the world are definitely “encouraging” people to get rid of the devices better than recommendations ... Read More »
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T-Mobile didn’t end up being a carrier partner for the Google Pixel or Pixel XL at launch, that went to Verizon and Verizon only, but that isn’t stopping the Un-carrier from offering a pretty interesting deal for anyone that wants to bring the Pixel over to the network.
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T-Mobile has begun offering a new mid-range smartphone on its network in the form of the ZTE ZMAX Pro. The ZMAX Pro has been available on T-Mobile’s partner network, MetroPCS, since August, but T-Mobile has opted to bring it to its primary ... Read More »
Unlimited data plans are still a crucial element for T-Mobile, but the Un-carrier got into choppy waters with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) over its rules regarding deprioritization.
T-Mobile has officially announced that the LG V20, the first non-Pixel Android smartphone to come preloaded with Android 7.0 Nougat, is now available to pre-order. Pricing is set ... Read More »
Last week, a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 caught fire while on board a Southwest flight and forced the crew and passengers to evacuate. Since then, other units around the globe have caught fire, including one in Minnesota where the owner was forced to go to the hospital.
Over the weekend, following scattered reports that replacement ... Read More »
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 recall may have replaced defective devices with models that Samsung claims are safe, but some are worrying that there is still a risk of the devices exploding (at least a bigger risk than usual, as all lithium ion devices ... Read More »
However, recent reports surfaced about a replacement Galaxy Note 7 caught fire while on a Southwest airplane earlier this week, and so fears that the issue may not been resolved have cropped ... Read More »