With more than seven years of Android smartphones under our belt, I thought it would be fun to take a look back at some of the more important releases. There are
T-Mobile is in celebration mode. Recently in the “State of the Mobile Industry” report, T-Mobile got some really good news. OpenSignal, who conducts the report, concluded that T-Mobile is closing
Reasonably priced and high quality Chinese phones are coming to the U.S. We’ve been telling you for a while now that cheap phones are getting better, and good phones are getting cheaper.
T-Mobile on Thursday confirmed it has added more video streaming services to its Binge On. Available now are Amazon Video, Fox News, Univision NOW, and WWE Network. Binge On, which
Are you looking for a new smartphone? Could someone else on your plan use an upgrade? If so, T-Mobile is going to save you a ton of money. For a
One of my favorite topics to write about is unlocked Android smartphones. As you readers become more informed as to the real price of smartphones, you need to consider your
It seems like every other week another wireless carrier is dangling a limited time promotional rate plan. T-Mobile today announced a deal that looks to steal away Sprint subscribers by means of
T-Mobile’s Binge On has been controversial since its announcement. If you’re not familiar with the program, T-Mobile “optimizes” video streamed over cellular data from certain video providers and doesn’t count
What about unlimited plans? AT&T is bringing back its Unlimited Plan tomorrow, with the caveat that they can slow your data speeds after you’ve consumed more than 22GB of data.
AT&T is bringing back true unlimited data starting tomorrow for its wireless customers. New and existing customers of DIRECTV or UVERSE will have the choice to switch to the new
Following up on a promise made by Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure in early August, we are seeing some evidence that the carrier is finally doing away with 2-year contracts for
Blackberry fans rejoice! The first Android device from the resurgent smartphone manufacturer, the Priv will soon be released on more American carriers. Since its launch it has only been available
I don’t know about you, but I hate when I see a phone that I’ve been eyeing not launch on my particular network. AT&T is one of those infamous carriers
The standard contract plans are fast becoming a thing of history, and AT&T has become the latest carrier to bid adieu to its two-year locking period. In order to buy a new