Remember that One M9 update that HTC recently teased, saying that it would bring camera improvements? Well, it looks like it’s now starting to roll out. T-Mobile has updated its HTC One M9 support page to show that a new update [......
The T-Mobile version of the HTC One M9 is getting a small OTA that brings some camera improvements to the smartphone, among other things. The update is just 88MB and the change notes on T-Mobile's support page show that it brings some camera, Blinkfeed and user experience improvements to the HTC One M9.
T-Mobile announced today that they'll be giving their postpaid plans at Walmart a 500MB bump in data, bringing that $30 plan up to 1GB of high-speed 4G LTE data, and 3GB for the $40 plan. Not a bad deal at all.
Starting Saturday, April 18th, customers on T-Mobile's Walmart Family Mobile plans will get an additional 500MB of data per month with no extra cost.
T-Mobile will add more data to their Walmart Family Mobile data offering starting Saturday, April 18. The Walmart Family Mobile plans, powered by T-Mobile's network, will now come with more data for the same prices.
To help spread awareness for LG’s VR for G3 headsets, we have in our possession three, count ‘em 1, 2, 3 LG G3 headsets to give away. Each is for T-Mobile’s network, so if you are already on T-Mobile or plan on switching to the Uncarrier, these will be a nice little prize for you. […] Giveaway: Win 1of 3 LG G3 Units With VR for G3 Headsets is a post from: Droid Life
The Walmart Family Plan (it’s like a prepaid plan that runs on T-Mobile’s network) is getting a boost in data starting tomorrow, April 18, without a price hike. The two tiers – $29.88 and $39.99 – are each receiving a bump of 500MB per month, bringing them to 1GB and 3GB, respectively. Show More Summary
Now that the Q1 2015 earnings season is getting underway, FierceWireless is tracking the performance of large carriers and vendors, including T-Mobile US, Sprint, and Nokia. Special report
Walmart Family Mobile, which is run by T-Mobile, today added 500MB of data to its plans. The extra data allotment is being offered free of charge, and is applied automatically for existing customers. The entry-level plan costs $29.88 per month and includes unlimited talk, text, and data, with access to 1GB of LTE 4G. Show More Summary
Marking the one year anniversary of completely getting rid of overages, T-Mobile's John Legere vows to send a message to Verizon and AT&T if his petition gets 50k more signatures.
Yesterday, T-Mobile stopped the sales of ZTE ZMAX and accessories at every T-mobile store and Metro PCS stores. The same was also inflicted on all the online stores and the company did not disclose the reason behind the action as well. Show More Summary
T-Mobile put ZTE's phablet on ice because people are trying to yank out the battery. One problem: it's not a removable battery.
There is no doubt that T-Mobile has had an incredible run of success over the last year and a half. However, there’s some real question about who T-Mobile’s success has been hurting the most — for while the “Uncarrier” loves to portray...Show More Summary
One year ago, T-Mobile‘s polarizing CEO John Legere started a Change.org petition to send a message to Verizon and AT&T on the shady practices behind overage charges. Today he’s back with a new vlog on the subject and a fun incentive to get more people signing that same petition. At just [...]
As you might have read, the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) has been losing some major clients lately, including Google, T-Mobile and Microsoft. Those companies have been quietly distancing themselves from ALEC, after critics have illustrated its ties to legislative assaults on climate change science and meaningful pollution standards. Show More Summary
When T-Mobile announced it would stop carrying the affordable ZTE Max, speculation as to why the device was being discontinued ran rampant. According to PCMag, the answer may be more hilarious than you think. Citing a source close to ZTE, PCMag is saying the reason why T-Mobile pulled the ZTE Max is because [...]
T-Mobile has suspended sales of the ZTE Zmax handset because customers are forcibly removing the non-removable battery. The back panel of the Zmax is clipped - but not glued - on. Some owners have taken to removing the back cover and cutting into the device to replace the battery. Show More Summary
Non-removable batteries are meant to stay in the device, but since people still want to try and remove it T-Mobile has deciced to stop selling the ZTE Zmax. People love being able to remove batteries from their phones, and some will even do it when the battery is not meant to be removed. Show More Summary
Are you looking to get a new smartphone? Well, Samsung just released two new models in its popular Galaxy S product line, and T-Mobile has both of them on offer. Even if you're still stuck in a contract with another carrier, T-Mobile is actually willing to buy out your contract for you. Show More Summary
LG G2 owners on T-Mobile and AT&T are now being treated to Android 5.0 Lollipop. The news was announced at each company's online support portal, and it should be available over-the-air for anyone willing and able to download it.