Wow. Looks like 3 of the 4 major U.S. Carriers – Sprint, T-Mobile, and AT&T – have delayed their launch of the Samsung Galaxy S III. We’re getting scattered
T-Mobile said a long time ago that they will be launching their very own 4G LTE network in 2013 to get face-to-face with their competitors, i.e – Verizon, AT&T. Though
T-Mobile’s HSPA+42 users pull down 146X more data than five years ago.
No rebates, no hassles, just a really great phone for a super-cheap price. Best Buy is selling the HTC One S on T-Mobile for just $99 (down from the usual
Grab dad a new 4G smartphone this year and save yourself a bunch of money in the process.
Without providing a price, T-Mobile is quick to announce the arrival date for their Galaxy S III.
Just ahead of a presumed Galaxy S III announcement, T-Mobile’s Galaxy S II gets Android 4.0.
The Samsung Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note are set to soon bolster the Android lineup for the nation’s fourth largest carrier.
Documents found on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) web site indicate that Huawei will soon have a second MyTouch Android handset soon for T-Mobile. The FCC docs refer to a Huawei
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
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