T-Mobile and Walmart today announced that they will be offering the Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone to customers in a more affordable no-contract option. Priced at only $299.00, the Android handset can be paired with a T-Mobile Monthly4G rate plan that starts as low as $30.00 …
T-Mobile today announced that they’ve added another Android-based smartphone to their prepaid lineup. Called the T-Mobile Concord, it’s a manufactured by ZTE and features 3G connectivity. We’re not sure the user-base is going to mind, considering the $99 price point and basic Android features. Details …
While other carriers have started offering pooled data plans, T-Mobile is doing a little something different. Late last night (or early this morning) T-Mobile announced that they will be soon offering unlimited 4G data plans for new and existing subscribers. Set to begin on September …
Leaving the door open for future iterations, T-Mobile has retired its latest model.
The carrier kicks off a number of Android-related deals on July 11.
T-Mobile’s next Samsung smartphone looks to be a mid-range QWERTY.
Arriving 8 months after AT&T’s version, the T-Mobile Galaxy Note is now slated for August 2012.
In a completely unforeseen announcement, Phillip Humm, T-Mobile USA CEO, has resigned today. T-Mobile’s COO Jim Alling will fill in as interim CEO until another is found. This change is not only unexpected, but fast; Humm will leave his position immediately, and will likely be …
T-Mobile confirms leaked Galaxy S III pricing; Most expensive new-on-contract SGS3 option in the U.S.
If you’re on T-Mobile, you may not be too excited to hear the latest pricing confirmation from your carrier. The expensive pricing that was leaked out is confirmed, and you’ll be coughing up a lot of dough. Available with a qualifying Value voice and data …
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 reports, but here’s what we’ve got. Sprint has seemingly pushed back their launch by a …
T-Mobile’s HSPA+42 users pull down 146X more data than five years ago.
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