While other carriers consider “potentially complicated and expensive” shared data options, T-Mobile will stay the course.
T-Mobile today announced four data-only plans for consumers who don’t like to commit to contracts. Available come May 20th, the plans will provide access to the carrier’s “blazing fast” 4G
Ice Cream Sandwich arrives for two of T-Mobile’s more powerful HTC devices from 2011.
The next few days will be tough to weather for T-Mobile employees as they wait for more details.
The picture gets clearer as Samsung adds the nation’s number four carrier on the ICS list.
A new user agent profile surfacing online this week could be the latest sign that T-Mobile is gearing up for a Galaxy Nexus of their own. Found under the
The carrier looks to be readying a Buy One Get One for at least six Android smartphones.
The long-awaited Android 4.0 updates are nearing for both HTC smartphones.
Aimed at first-time smartphone buyers, the T-Mobile Prism 3G is enough Android to get your aunt started.
T-Mobile looks set to follow up the HTC One S with a budget-based smartphone for first-time buyers. Designed by Huawei, the Prism 3G is expected to feature a 3.5-inch display,
Is T-Mobile next in line to announce an Android 4.0 variant of the 5.3-inch smartphone?
The carrier kicks off a new Magenta Days deal which runs April 25-May 8.
We recently learned that Samsung has sold more than 2 million units of the Galaxy Note, so it’s safe to say that it’s popular. The device made its début in the U.S. when
The HTC One S will be the first Android 4.0 and Sense 4 handset to ship in the United States.