Samsung has initiated a recall for the Note 7, but all you care about is your interaction with your carrier.
Since a majority of us in the U.S. still buy our phones from the big four carriers, we don’t really care about the process of returning our still-new recalled Galaxy Note 7 elsewhere — we want to know how to get it done here. Well, it turns out that one of the benefits of buying your [Read More…]
T-Mobile wants you to spend even more to use your phone as a Wi-Fi hotspot.
Earlier this month, T-Mobile announced that it would be eliminating data buckets by moving to a T-Mobile One plan that offers unlimited data, text, and calls starting at $ 70 per month for the first line, $ 50 for the second line, and $ 20 for the third up to eight lines.
The plan also offered unlimited video streaming as long as it’s in [Read More…]
T-Mobile on Monday kicked off the week with a revision to its recently introduced ONE rate plan. As a result of the feedback (read as: criticism) of its all-inclusive option, T-Mobile has made an adjustment to its mobile hotspot data speeds. Now, instead of capping at 128Kbps, T-Mobile will let users access share data at
Announced several days ago, the latest plan by T-Mobile brings an end to tiered plans and offers only one, unlimited plan. But after reading the fine print, the EFF says the plan violates net neutrality. Net Neutrality Net neutrality is a topic that deserves its own article. However, the basic principle is that internet service
T-Mobile is no stranger to claims of violating net neutrality. Binge On was attacked for violating net neutrality, though people calmed down when T-Mobile made it easier to toggle and explain how it works. Now it has another problem on its hands.
T-Mobile One offers unlimited video streaming at 480p, but getting HD video will cost you an extra $ 25 a month per line. Many are saying this violates net neutrality, and even the Electronic Frontier Foundation has spoken up. EFF senior [Read More…]
In a move characteristic of the Uncarrier, T-Mobile is shaking up the mobile industry again. John Legere took to Instagram for a surprise Uncarrier 12 announcement where the carrier said it will do away with tiered data, but there are some catches. The new plan will be called T-Mobile ONE and the first line will
Today’s a big day in the world of smartphone rate plans. As you’ve likely heard, T-Mobile has shaken things up with its 12th iteration of its Un-carrier agenda. That’s right, the new T-Mobile ONE rate plan is here and it aims do away with data concerns altogether. Indeed, the new stuff is fantastic and we couldn’t
What is Uncarrier 12 and why is T-Mobile offering unlimited data?
T-Mobile’s latest Uncarrier move is less about thanking you and more about increasing its monthly revenue.
The company has announced that it is moving all postpaid plans to a so-called T-Mobile One scheme, getting rid of data buckets in favor of a single account type that includes unlimited, calls, text, and data, along with all the other Uncarrier benefits previously announced such as low-cost roaming, weekly perks, and [Read More…]
You may not have realized it, but the mobile landscape in the United States has seen a titanic shift in the last decade. T-Mobile has come a long way from the also-ran of 10 years ago, so much so that it’s now pushing Verizon and AT&T to become the best carrier in the market today.