Earlier this year Google announced Project Fi which is the company’s attempt at being their own carrier, even though technically the company would be piggybacking on Sprint and T-Mobile’s network. Now Google had stated that they planned...Show More Summary
Sprint is trying to do everything it can to compete with T-Mobile's audacious, budget-friendly plans. As such, the carrier's introducing a new plan called Best Buy One Family, featuring two lines with unlimited data, talk and text for $100 per month -- each additional number (up to eight total) will cost $40. Show More Summary
After announcing its new Jump On Demand phone leasing program late last week, T-Mobile is officially ready to start signing customers up for the program in retail stores. Jump On Demand is essentially a retooling of T-Mobile’s original Jump program that allows Magenta users to lease phones for a monthly fee, and [...]
Last week T-Mobile made waves when it announced JUMP! On Demand, and now it looks like this week is going to belong to Sprint. Sprint has posted a teaser video that says “People are gathering to hear an amazing idea. Find out why 6/30/15” [...]
That’s right, T-Mobile’s new JUMP! On Demand (JOD) program is now live in-store for those interested in buying into a program that lets you upgrade up to three times per year. Announced last week, JUMP! On Demand is a lease program that breaks a phone’s cost down into 18 equal monthly payments with zero down upfront. Show More Summary
T-Mobile has quietly extended the availability of their 4 lines for $100 promo until July 14th. The program was originally scheduled to end at the closing days of this month, but it's nice to know there's an extra 2 weeks for folks to take advantage.
Podcasting without a net means occasionally things go off the rails a little bit. And that's exactly what happened in the most recent Android Central Podcast when we got a seemingly innocuous question about T-Mobile's new "Jump! On Demand" program. Show More Summary
The practice of de-prioritizing data on broadband networks is really nothing new; it’s been a standard network management method since the dreaded days of P2P music and video swapping. It began with carriers simply blocking P2P content, but later evolved into them simply de-prioritizing the content, meaning the transfers were slower and thus people were [...]
T-Mobile USA are offering the LG Leon LTE for just $79 for two days, which is almost have the handset's normal retail price of $149.
From June 28 to June 30, T-Mobile is offering the LTE-enabled LG Leon for just $79.92, down from the device's retail price of $149. The carrier is also extending promotions on its data plans until July 14. The 4 for $100 data plan, through...Show More Summary
Users of Apple’s iPhone on T-Mobile’s network are reportedly suffering from random “blue screens of death.” Complaints reveal an outbreak of cases where the Apple device’s screen flashes blue right before rebooting without warning.
In recent days a growing number of iPhone owners on T-Mobile U.S. have been impacted by seemingly random crashes and reboots, without any clear indication as to why or how to solve the problem, according to reports and comments on social media.
GoSmart Mobile, a prepaid business operated by T-Mobile, introduced a new entry-level plan today that offers unlimited LTE access to Facebook. The plan costs $30 per month and also includes unlimited talk and text and up to 1GB of 3G data. Show More Summary
Fanbois on T-Mobile US confounded by mystery crashes T-Mobile users with iPhones are being beset by a mysterious issue that causes their handsets to randomly flash a blue screen and then reset itself.…
But there’s a catch: You have to commit to a new smartphone as part of the new upgrade program. Also, only a select number of flagship phones are available for an upgrade.
If you’re looking for a flagship smartphone at a decent price, this might be right for you. eBay currently has the LG G4, factory unlocked and LTE-capable, for only $499.99 with free shipping. Compared to the $600 T-Mobile wants and the $630 AT&T wants for the device, it’s a pretty good savings. Unfortunately the metallic [...]
Tired of your phone? T-Mobile on Thursday announced a new phone upgrading program, called Jump! On Demand, that allows customers to upgrade their devices more than once per year. In fact, you can upgrade your phone up to three times per year. The program launches on June 28. The program is an amped-up version of the company's current […]
The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are, by far, the best selling smartphones of the past year. However, T-Mobile users may want to think twice about getting the new iPhone. Forbes describe a major problem with T-Mobile iPhones. “Many T-Mobile...Show More Summary
AT&T and Verizon face auction restriction, but T-Mobile says it isn't enough.
T-Mobile's new Jump on Demand plan lets you upgrade your phone three times a year, and it'll help keep subscribers tied to T-Mobile.