Tag: t-mobile

Find out which US carrier has the best Galaxy S10, S10+, or S10e pre-order deal

Article Contents The Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+ were unveiled yesterday during the Samsung Unpacked conference in San Francisco and can now be pre-ordered for deliveries on March 8 — although some Flamingo Pink devices might ship on March 12. Samsung usually grants an additional discount to early buyers to boost sales, and this year […]

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Samsung’s Galaxy S10 5G debuts with a 6.7-inch screen and 3D cameras

Advance leaks revealed most of the new Galaxy S10 lineup before Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked event today, but one version — the Galaxy S10 5G — is decidedly unlike the others. It’s a little larger, considerably more powerful, and arriving later than the rest: late in the first half of 2019, […]

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T-Mobile launches 5G website to hype Sprint merger and rural broadband

Ever since T-Mobile agreed to acquire Sprint last April, the companies have referred to the merged entity as “New T-Mobile,” suggesting that their combined assets will be more than the sum of their parts — if regulators approve the deal. With that approval process taking longer than expected, the companies today launched […]

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[Update x2: Rolling out now] T-Mobile’s Android 9 Pie updates for Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ arrive with RCS Universal Profile in tow

It may be the last major network operator in the US to push its Android 9 Pie update out to Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ units, but T-Mobile can at least boast the inclusion of support for RCS Universal Profile 1.0 with its build. The un-carrier has added the next-gen SMS service to a number […]

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[Update: Pulled] T-Mobile’s Android 9 Pie updates for Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ arrive with RCS Universal Profile in tow

It may be the last major network operator in the US to push its Android 9 Pie update out to Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ units, but T-Mobile can at least boast the inclusion of support for RCS Universal Profile 1.0 with its build. The un-carrier has added the next-gen SMS service to a number […]

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T-Mobile’s Android 9 Pie updates for Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ arrive with RCS Universal Profile in tow

It may be the last major network operator in the US to push its Android 9 Pie update out to Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ units, but T-Mobile can at least boast the inclusion of support for RCS Universal Profile 1.0 with its build. The un-carrier has added the next-gen SMS service to a number […]

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T-Mobile describes upcoming à la carte streaming service, with options costing around $5-8

T-Mobile revealed some more info about its upcoming plans to enter the streaming TV market during an earnings call earlier today. In the Q&A section of the call, T-Mobile president Mike Sievert discussed the company’s two-pronged approach to the concept via both home and mobile, illuminating both the potential costs envisioned and a much more […]

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Moto G7, G7 Play, and G7 Power: Where to buy, release date, and how much

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M0bnIzo-2VU When the Motorola Moto G first arrived in 2013, there were few phones like it. It was affordable, but had reasonably powerful specs, something few other budget phones could match. Now the Lenovo-owned brand is back with a refreshed G series. These four affordable phones include many of the core Motorola features we’ve come […]

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Leak reveals that hundreds of bounty hunters have had access to super-fine-grained mobile location data for years

After a blockbuster report in Motherboard revealed that bounty hunters were able to buy realtime location data that originated with three of the four major cellular carriers (the exception is Verizon), the carriers scrambled to spin the news, insisting that the bounty hunter access represented a recent, small-scale aberration, but a new set of […]

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T-Mobile’s John Legere promises no rate-hikes for at least three years if the Sprint merger is approved

The road to merging two large carriers isn’t an easy one. For Sprint and T-Mobile to merge into “New T-Mobile,” a lot of hearts need to be won over. In October 2018, company shareholders approved the merger and in December, “Team Telecom” and the Committee on Foreign Investments green-lighted it too. The next two hurdles to […]

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John Legere promises 3 years of ‘same or better rate plans’ after Sprint merger

Fortune T-Mobile CEO John Legere posted an open letter to the FCC discussing the proposed T-Mobile-Sprint merger. In the letter, Legere promises not to raise rates above their current standing for the next three years, should the merger go through. Legere also promises to remain true to customers and its “Uncarrier” ideology. In a new […]

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Best Super Bowl 2019 tech adverts: From Google, to Amazon, and more

Amazon The Super Bowl is over and done with for another year, but it has left behind the thing we really care about: the adverts. Super Bowl veterans like Amazon, Microsoft, and Google introduced new commercials while some smaller names made first-time appearances. Sadly, they were all a tad underwhelming this year, much like the lukewarm […]

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T-Mobile announced new Tuesday freebies from Lyft and Taco Bell during the Super Bowl

We’ve not covered T-Mobile Tuesdays for quite some time, but the Un-carrier has just unveiled a couple of new offers we thought you might be interested in. Using the marketing power of the Super Bowl, TV spots highlighted new partnerships with Lyft and Taco Bell. In conjunction with ride-sharing company Lyft, T-Mobile is offering a […]

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There’s no room for a T-Mobile streaming service in an already saturated market

Earlier yesterday, a rumor surfaced claiming that T-Mobile would be rolling out a brand new ad-supported TV streaming service over the next few weeks. The rumor didn’t seem all that outrageous given previous reports that T-Mobile has been working on rolling out a skinny bundle of select TV channels. While the rumored T-Mobile TV streaming service […]

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Verizon offers free robocall blocking, two years after AT&T and T-Mobile

Enlarge / A Verizon logo at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. reader comments 7 with 7 posters participating Share this story Verizon yesterday said it will make spam and robocall blocking features free for all wireless customers starting in March, about two years after AT&T and T-Mobile began offering free robocall blocking. […]

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