The L90 is coming to T-Mobile on April 30, and the L70 is on MetroPCS now
As expected, MetroPCS and T-Mobile has taken the wraps off two affordable LG handsets: the Optimus L90 and the Optimus L70. We had an inkling that we’d be seeing these two hitting store shelves soon. The L90 will be available on T-Mobile starting April 30 for free with $ 9.95 monthly installments, while the L70 is on MetroPCS right now [Read More...]
T-Mobile and MetroPCS on Tuesday confirmed the availability of the LG Optimus L70 and Optimus L90 smartphones. Both were announced earlier in 2014, and feature Android 4.4 KitKat with LG’s custom UI enhancements.
T-Mobile will carry the 4G LTE-ready Optimus L90 starting from April 30 with a full retail price of $ 228. Broken down over 24 equal monthly payments, users can expect to pay $ [Read More...]
After introducing a $ 40 base plan and then doing away with extra charges for cellular tablets and giving them a free gigabyte of data, T-Mobile is at it again by doing with overage fees.
T-Mobile Abolishes Consumer Overages, Challenges Other Wireless Providers to Follow Suit
Legere Starts Petition for Consumers to Call on AT&T, Verizon and Sprint to End Overages
BELLEVUE, Wash. – April 14, 2014 – T-Mobile US, Inc. (NYSE: TMUS) today [Read More...]
The new HTC One is available today in stores and online at T-Mobile. The phone will run you $ 26.50 a month for 24 months or out right $ 636 not including tax. Currently the One is only available in Gunmetal Grey, but hopefully we will see some new colors as well, even though the grey is pretty sweet!
The post [Read More...]
Zero down and $ 26.50 a month plus a T-Mobile plan
April 11 sees another big new Android smartphone hit T-Mobile, with the official availability of the HTC One M8 on the carrier. Picking one up will cost you nothing up front, with a $ 26.50 a month payment for the phone over 24-months.
Plans start at $ 50 a month for 1GB of data, rising to $ 80 if you want to go unlimited. It’s [Read More...]
T-Mobile on Wednesday confirmed changes to its Advantage Program which offers employer discounts on rate plans. After hearing from its user base and existing clients, the Uncarrier has decided to grandfather customers into the program. Instead of dumping everyone outright, those who already enjoy discounts because of their employer will get to keep them.
Everyone enrolled in the Advantage Program or who applied to enroll [Read More...]
We may have had to deal with the usual April articles yesterday, but one that stood out from all the jokes was T-Mobile’s plans to scrap corporate discount from monthly rate plans. The mobile network has today confirmed a partial reversal, allowing only existing customers to retain their discount. Sorry, new subscribers.
Same $ 660 up-front price or $ 27.50 monthly financing applies for later pre-orders
T-Mobile is pushing back the date you can pre-order a Galaxy S5 and still have it by launch day, giving everyone an extra week to get their orders in. When T-Mobile first gave details on its Galaxy S5 launch it had pre-orders available from March 24th to the 31st, and ordering in that week guaranteed delivery of the phone by April 11th. [Read More...]
Tomorrow might be April 1st, but T-Mobile‘s not joking around with their latest move: they’re scrapping employer rate plans discounts. Gone is the supposed complexity that came with wondering what kind of discount you might get on your Simple Choice plan based on where you work, replaced instead with a T-Mobile gift card worth $ 25 when your purchase a new device… based on where you work. It’s simpler than trying to figure out if it’s [Read More...]