Category: T-Mobile

BlackBerry Z10 may be available on March 15 in the USA through the network of AT&T. 0

Blackberry Z10 available in USA on March 15

According to the latest rumours, BlackBerry Z10 will hit the US market on March 15. However, there may be a change in plans regarding the carrier that will provide it. Earlier we thought that T-Mobile will be the first US carrier to sell the phone, but now AT&T is said to take its place. If you remember, first it was...

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T-Mobile works on a Prism II (made by Huawei)

According to the newest rumours, T-Mobile has turned to Huawei with the task to create a successor of the low-end phone T-Mobile Prism, released last spring. T-Mobile Prism II will be a low-cost phone, too and will be ideal for those who don’t want too much from their device or can’t spent a lot on a phone. The earlier version,...

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Nokia Lumia 520 available in the USA from T-Mobile

Yesterday, on the first day of the Mobile World Congress, Nokia announced a few devices, two of which are on the bottom of the list with low-end phones and one is Nokia Lumia 520. This is the cheapest Windows Phone 8 device by Nokia and is even cheaper than Lumia 620. However, it is slightly better than the latter. Lumia...

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BlackBerry Z10 meets FCC again

Today BlackBerry Z10 visits the Federal Communications Commission for the second time. The difference between the two visits is that the first time the members of the commission laid hands on the AT&T version, while today they are examining the Verizon’s one with model number STL 100-4. What does this mean? It means a new step to launching in USA....

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Get a cheaper Nexus 4 from T-Mobile

T-Mobile offers a new mobile deal for a limited period of time. Resulting for three price discounts – the one for purchasing the smartphone on the internet, the mail-in rebate and the distant discount. Eventually, the price is $49,99. However, don’t be in a hurry to celebrate, because $50 more is required because of the mail-in rebate. So, you will...

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T-Mobile goes nationwide with GoSmart launch this February

T-Mobile has been lately testing a prepaid MVNO named GoSmart in a limited number of markets. According to FierceWireless, the carrier plans to expand the service nationwide in February. Currently, GoSmart features three monthly service tiers: a $30 plan with unlimited voice and text messaging, a $35 plan with the same plus unlimited web browsing, and a $45 plan with...

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T-Mobile HTC 8X software update; improves Skype experience

T-Mobile US has released a software update for the Windows Phone 8X by HTC. The update is now available for download, though it’ll also be spread OTA (Over The Air). The software update will provide an improved audio experience for the Skype application from Microsoft, and to be more precise:    OS version 8.0.10211.204 / Firmware version 1532.20.20008.531, Launched January...

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Nexus 4 units not enough at T-Mobile stores

It may well be that LG is indeed slowing down the Nexus 4 production in order to focus on future handsets, yet latest news is that T-Mobile stores are about to receive a new stock of Nexus 4 devices, so at least a few Android users will be able to get one in the following days. So, check up with...

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T-Mobile a MLB’s wireless partner. Win tickets for Opening Day!

T-Mobile has won the competition and become the official wireless carrier of Major League Baseball. To celebrate, T-Mobile and MLB are offering to thirty lucky people the chance to win two tickets to the Opening Day game of their choice. To enter the contest, visit the sourcelink and fill out the entry form. But you’d better hurry up! The contest...

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Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile staying true to BlackBerry

RIM’s BlackBerriy has been for years an iconic business phone, and not just in the States! No matter what they say, and despite of the difficult times RIM has had lately, the phone still keeps its reputation. That said, and considering that in just three weeks the company is releasing its new BlackBerry 10 devices, no one would be surprised...