T-Mobile customers can now preregister for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0. The tablet will be available to order beginning July 16, and will come to T-Mobile retail locations on July 23. Users will be able to add the Galaxy Tab 4 to their existing Simple Choice voice plan to get a free 1GB of data per month.
T-Mobile on Wednesday announced that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 is now available for pre-registration. Touching down at the Un-carrier’s website on July 16, the tablet comes with 200MB of 4G LTE data for the life of the device. Anyone who purchases one on a Simple Choice Plan will also get an additional 1GB of data each month through the remainder of 2014. Retail stores are expected [Read More...]
Owners of the LG G2 on T-Mobile’s network are the latest to receive a software update that adds the Knock Code feature to the smartphone, allowing owners of that device to simply knock on the display to wake it up.
Update: T-Mobile CEO John Legere has posted a public response to these claims, saying they are “unfounded and without merit.” He goes on to talk about T-Mobile’s proactive response to these issues as compared to the competition. You can find the full statement at the T-Mobile Newsroom
Original story: The Federal Trade Commission says that T-Mobile has placed “hundreds of millions” of dollars in bogus charges into customer bills. In a press release issued today, the [Read More...]
T-Mobile announced that it has achieved its mid-year coverage goal of expending its LTE footprint. Now the Un-carrier network announced that as of the end of June, it now has 230 million points-of-presence for its 4G LTE footprint, meaning its network is expanding and LTE is available in more areas. And though T-Mobile has hit its milestone for June, the carrier says that it will continue to expand its LTE footprint.
As some of you already know, the LG G3 will be touching down at T-Mobile’s front door on July 16. With pre-orders being offered for the flagship device, the Un-carrier looks to be first out of the gate with the smartphone. For those keeping track, T-Mobile is the only carrier to offer up a retail data; Verizon could be close, however, with a July 17 [Read More...]
Fancy an LG G3 on T-Mobile? Then you might want to get your wallets ready for July 16. That’s the day that the LG G3 is expected to make an appearance on the Uncarrier network. We should also see two more Android devices join T-Mobile just a few days after that.
T-Mobile’s Uncarrier 6.0 announcement brought “Music Freedom” to the carrier, giving unlimited streaming at no cost, and now T-Mo is doing us another favor and making Speedtest data not count against your data allowance either. Following some detective work, T-Mobile has confirmed that data used by the Speedtest.net app — and other similar apps — will no longer count towards your full-speed data allowance.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere has given an update on the carrier’s recent Un-carrier 5.0 and Un-carrier 6.0 announcements. Un-carrier 5.0 was the announcement of T-Mobile Test Drive, which lets people try T-Mobile’s network for free. Un-carrier 6.0 was Music Freedom, which lets customers use several music services without that data usage counting against their high-speed data limit.
Strap in, folks. This one’s gonna be a doozy. We were in Seattle this week for the launch of the Amazon Fire Phone and T-Mobile’s latest “Uncarrier” events, and they both were big ones. Plus we give some last-minute thoughts on Google I/O before next week’s developer conference. Join us!
Thing 1: Amazon Fire Phone Amazon Fire Phone hands-on Amazon Fire Phone specs The Amazon Fire Phone hands-on video! Pre-order the Amazon Fire Phone direct [Read More...]