Apparently HTC and T-Mobile just couldn’t wait until March 10 to treat their One M7-toting customers to a Lollipop.
If you’re still rocking an HTC One M7 on T-Mobile, the next week is going to be an exciting one for you.
Looks like T-Mobile’s got another big move to announce.
T-Mobile is sending out invites to an event that’s taking place at 1:00 pm ET on March 18. T-Mo teases that it’s “rewriting the rules of wireless again” and that its next announcement is “a real piece of work.”
So what might T-Mobile have ... Read More »
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Verizon has once again claimed the top spot in the J.D. Power U.S. Wireless Network Quality Performance Study. The survey was conducted from July through December 2014 and included responses from 27,065 wireless customers across the country.
Based on these metrics, Verizon not only took the top spot nationwide, but managed ... Read More »
Last month we saw several versions of the Galaxy S5 get their Android 5.0 updates. Now that it’s a new month, it’s time for a new Galaxy device to get a Lollipop treat.
T-Mobile is launching an update tracker that allows you to see what stage of development your phone’s software update is currently in. We’ve all known the anxiety of waiting for a software update, particularly when you lack details about the update or when it will arrive. T-Mobile is seeking to alleviate those problems ... Read More »
Just in case Samsung’s Galaxy S6 teaser that surfaced yesterday isn’t quite enough GS6 for your weekend, T-Mobile is here to wrap your weekend up with another taste of the device.
Android 5.0 Lollipop has been steadily rolling out to several different devices recently, and the trend continues with the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S5.
T-Mobile has begun pushing the update for Samsung’s Galaxy S5, and it’s a doozy to say the least. Measuring in at 939.59MB, it’s available either through an over the air (OTA) ... Read More »
Ever try to get your phone unlocked through your carrier, only to be met with a litany of questions and rules? If so, we’ve got some exciting news for you.
Smartphones are expensive, and so are the bills that inherently accompany them. People everywhere pay high prices for the simple services of talk, text and data. But there are options out there for your wireless bill, options that could help to save you money. It’s a given that these won’t work in every scenario, but ... Read More »