Tag Archive: TMobile


AT&T and T-Mobile to begin pre-orders for LG V10 on Oct. 27

AT&T and T-Mobile have now confirmed they will begin selling the recently announced LG V10 smartphone. Pre-orders will begin for both carriers on October 27, while T-Mobile starts in-store sales on October 30. AT&T will begin its own retail stores sales for the phone on November 6.

T-Mobile is offering a free Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy Tab A with eligible trade-in this weekend

T-Mobile is back with yet another crazy deal, this time offering customers a free Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy Tab A through its Jump On Demand lease program with an eligible trade-in. By trading in an iPhone 6, Galaxy S6, S6 edge, Galaxy S5, Note 4 or Note edge, you can receive both a new Galaxy S6 and a Galaxy Tab A, free of charge.

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Free Galaxy S6 through T-Mobile until October 26

While the Galaxy S6 is still an expensive device unlocked, usually at around $ 500-$ 600 on Amazon for the 32GB model, T-Mobile is offering the device for free through their JUMP! program.

“Starting 10/22, get a Samsung Galaxy S®6 for $ 0 upfront and $ 0 per month via bill credit with an eligible trade-in with JUMP!  [Read More…]

Samsung Gear S2 smartwatch arriving next month at Verizon and T-Mobile

The Samsung Gear S2 will be available Nov. 5th from Verizon and Nov. 15th from T-Mobile. According to T-Mobile’s website, they will be offering the Gear S2 with a “wearable plan” at $ 5/month where users can call, tweet, and email with unlimited talk, text and data all from your wrist. I’m sure that will appeal to many customers as there are times when you need to be free of your phone like when you’re out running or on a bike ride.  [Read More…]

Samsung Gear S2 is now available for pre-order from Verizon, coming soon to T-Mobile

The Samsung Gear S2 is heading to both Verizon and T-Mobile and will be available on the US networks from November 6 and 15 respectively, though you’ll be able to place a pre-order with Verizon right now. Those who wish to add the smartwatch to an existing mobile phone plan will be able to do so with both companies for just $ 5 a month.

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T-Mobile revives 10GB shared promo plan, limited time only

T-Mobile just brought back one of its best promotions to date, the family plan for families who don’t like to share data. The promotion is listed as a “Limited-time offer” but T-Mobile has not listed when the promotion will end. I’m not sure why they would do this, maybe to create a sense of urgency in potential customers, but I find it a little annoying for a company to keep information back, especially when they tout themselves as being up-front.

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T-Mobile brings back its four lines with 10GB of data for $120 promotion for a limited time

T-Mobile has announced that for a limited time it is bringing back its fourth line free promotion under the 10GB for all plan. The offer is the same as it was, families with four lines can get the fourth line free of charge, and each line gets 10GB of its own data.

T-Mobile lets you track the progress of your Marshmallow update

Many Android fans who aren’t yet ready to switch phones are craving to get a taste of that tasty Marshmallow (Android 6.0). It can be frustrating to have no idea when it’s coming, even when we’re reassured that it’s on its way.

Fortunately for T-Mobile customers, you’ll be able retrieve a little more information about the status of your update. The Un-Carrier has launched a Software Update reporting page, which currently tells you at what stage in the process Marshmallow is to rolling  [Read More…]

Here are the T-Mobile phones currently slated to receive Android 6.0 Marshmallow

The Android 6.0 Marshmallow rollout has already kicked off with the usual rollout for Nexus devices, and now at least one carrier, T-Mobile, has detailed its plans for Google’s latest. The magenta carrier’s Software Update page now reflects the road to Marshmallow for a total of 17 phones and tablets.

15 million T-Mobile customers have their data stolen

In an a letter to customers, T-Mobile CEO John Legere has responded to reports that 15 million customers have had their data stolen by hackers. The fault comes from Experian, “a vendor that processes our credit applications” states Legere. He goes on to explain that T-Mobile’s systems seem to have escaped being breached and no payment information like credit card numbers or bank account information was among the stolen data. Hackers have gained data on anyone who has had a credit check run from September  [Read More…]