There have been doubts that the Moto X will really make it to all four major US carriers like originally rumored, with news circulating the web that T-Mobile has not signed on to carry the device yet. Well if a recent FCC filing is to be believed, even without official T-Mobile support, a Magenta compatible ... Read More »
JUMP!, the latest T-mobile un-carrier move revealed this week, allows current T-Mobile customers to get up to two new devices in a 12 month period without hidden fees. For an additional $10 a month, T-Mobile customers can add JUMP! service to their line. While the service is mainly targeted towards those who want new devices, ... Read More »
Two year contracts have been a staple of the major carriers here in the US, but with T-Mobile’s recent un-carrier efforts, their contracts are a thing of the past. And as AT&T and Verizon lengthen their upgrade times from 20 months to 24, Read More »
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T-Mobile is going through some big changes yet again in its re-imagining of the company. With their un-carrier efforts to get rid of contracts and make payment plans accessible to people to buy new phones. Today, at their event, they have announced some new programs for their customers.
Their new upgrade program is called JUMP! ... Read More »
T-Mobile may have been the last of the Big Four carriers to debut a 4G LTE network, but that isn’t stopping them from moving on to bigger and newer technologies. Since they got into the LTE game so late, they built their network on 3GPP Release 10 specifications, which form the basis for an LTE-Advanced ... Read More »
If you’ve been trying to decide on whether to buy a Nexus 4 on a payment plan from T-Mobile, there’s no better time than now. For a limited time, each purchase of a white 16GB Nexus 4 comes with a wireless charger, a $60 value.
When the Nexus 4 first launched, it was much cheaper ... Read More »
The Sony Zperia Z is Sony’s flagship for 2013, but unfortunately, it hasn’t yet sailed its water-resistant body across the pond to visit a US carrier. That’s changing today. T-Mobile will be the first US carrier to offer the Xperia Z. With the exception of a small T-Mobile logo on the back of the phone, ... Read More »
You should feel well acquainted with the white Nexus 4 at this point; we’ve already spent some quality time with the device, and it was formally announced by LG just a few days ago. We were under the impression that it wouldn’t see a US release for several weeks still, but ... Read More »
When Google announced the Nexus Experience Galaxy S4 (which shall henceforth be referred to as the NES4), information on exactly which hardware variant Google was using for the device left something to be desired. We know that it includes 16GB of storage, has a removable battery, a microSD slot, appears to retain its ... Read More »
No-contract wireless plans are getting a lot of attention lately, now that we have unlocked Android smartphones that support LTE networks in the US. I recently purchased the unlocked HTC One Developer Edition and I paired it with a T-Mobile Simple Choice plan, but I also wanted to test the device on AT&T. ... Read More »