Tag Archive: TMobile


T-Mobile, MetroPCS to soon carry entry-level LG Aristo

T-Mobile, and its prepaid arm, MetroPCS, will soon sell the LG Aristo as part of their smartphone portfolios. The phone runs Android 7.0 Nougat and offers up a 5-inch display, and 13-megapixel rear camera. Other specifications for the phone include a 1.4.GHz quad-core processor, 16GB internal storage, and a 5-megapixel front-facing camera. Rounding things out

Best phones you can pick up from T-Mobile right now

Stepping into the new year, you might find yourself craving a new phone. You can already check our AT&T and Verizon buying guides, but if you are not a fan of either carrier, an alternative would be to look towards T-Mobile. The magenta carrier offers plenty of mobile solutions and some of them are even

T-Mobile aims to simplify billing and give credit to low data users with Un-carrier Next

T-Mobile today took to the CES 2017 stage to introduce Un-carrier Next, four years after revealing the first Un-carrier move.

Un-carrier Next is aimed at rate plans and helping to simplify them. The latest Un-carrier move is made up of three main features:

Taxes all-in with T-Mobile One: With the new T-Mobile One plan, all taxes and fees are included with the advertised price. That means that for the $ 70 single line T-Mo One plan, you’ll pay exactly $  [Read More…]

T-Mobile starts issuing $10 credits for unlimited customers using less than 2GB per month

T-Mobile ONE plan gets rid of hidden fees and taxes: What you see is what you pay.

T-Mobile is always trying to mix things up. At its latest “Uncarrier” event at CES this week, the company borrowed from Bill Maher’s bag of tricks by announcing a slew of “New Rules” for T-Mobile customers on the T-Mobile ONE plan.

T-Mobile CEO John Legere announced that their new plan would include all monthly fees and taxes into the advertised  [Read More…]

T-Mobile flattens phone bills, kicks back money for unused data, and streamlines to one rate plan

Today’s a big day in the land of T-Mobile. The carrier, err, Un-carrier, rather, today announced a number of changes as part of its latest initiative. Speaking in Las Vegas today, T-Mobile president and CEO John Legere and COO Mike Sievert announced that it will do away with “crazy monthly fees and added taxes”. Well, at

T-Mobile dives deeper into IoT with two new Access packs

T-Mobile has scheduled a conference at CES 2017 a few days from now, but until then the Magenta carrier has some Internet of Things (IoT) related news to share with us. T-Mobile just unveiled two new IoT Access packs to help encourage owners of IoT devices to get their devices online. The standard plan includes

T-Mobile touts its network size, strength headed into 2017

Going extra magenta in the new year.

T-Mobile is ending the year the way it started it: pumping up its own network and not-to-subtly throwing shade on the others. Under all the bluster, there are a few things to take away.

For all the 5G hype going on — from mobile networks and manufacturers alike — we’re still a long way off from any kind of significant 5G roll-out. T-Mobile accepts this, but is committing itself  [Read More…]

T-Mobile begins issuing its Note 7-killing update

The end is here.

T-Mobile has begun administering the drug that will prove fatal to the twice-recalled Note 7, an update that will eventually roll out to all remaining units (some 100,000) in the U.S. The update, which will be required, adds a persistent notification to the Note 7. It also prevents it from being charged, and limits its connectivity to the network. In other words, the update kills the Note 7.

AT&T, Sprint and, reluctantly,  [Read More…]

Despite its marketing message, T-Mobile is once again just another big carrier

Some of us have seen through the T-Mobile hype. Others need to catch up.

As we near the CES show in Las Vegas the first week of January, T-Mobile is hyping up yet another “Un-carrier” event. Unlike previous iterations we’re now done with sequentially numbering these Un-carrier releases (I think we’d be at 13 now?), and instead it’s being marketed as “Un-carrier Next.” Truth be told the iterations of Un-carrier releases really started to lose meaning  [Read More…]

T-Mobile to offer the LG K10 (2017) as the K20 Plus

CES 2017 is coming up in a few weeks and all the big names in the industry are going to be present at the event showing off their latest and greatest products. LG included. Even if the company’s smartphone sales have been faltering for a while now, the Taiwanese device maker seems to be unfazed