Category: T-Mobile

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T-Mobile USA ambitious development plans

The company is currently focused on closing its merger with MetroPCS Communications (PCS.N) in the second quarter this year, but its plans for future development look very ambitious. The company has just closed a deal with Apple, enabling them to start selling iPhones. Details on the deal have not been disclosed (of course!), but it’s made clear that the deal...

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RIM & T-Mobile launch the new BlackBerry Curve 9315

Here’s a new berry in RIM’s fruit basket – the new BlackBerry Curve 9315. The handset is another 7.1 model and in fact a modification of the well known Curve 9310. It is a physical QWERTY-keyboard device, bound for T-Mobile, and also features a dedicated BBM key and a 3.2-megapixel camera. An FM tuner has been introduced for getting your...

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Samsung ATIV S on T-Mobile Austria

T-Mobile Austria is meeting the season’s holidays by offering the Samsung ATIV S. They have listed the device as in stock and ready to ship, free on contract. The handset has even got one review, calling it “honestly super”. The ATIV S is the slimmest Windows Phone 8 handset with the biggest screen, so if you’ve been disappointed with recent...

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2013 big year for T-Mobile: Lots of money and network upgrades

New 4G markets, LTE, lots of cash spending, and no more discounted devices – 2013 seems indeed to bring great excitement for T-Mobile. T-Mobile will be receiving a hefty sum of $4.7 billion from parent company Deutsche Telekom. This will help with the rollout of their upcoming LTE network, and in the refarming of their existing 2G network to 3G/4G....

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Nexus 4 will not support Wi-Fi calling with T-Mobile

Nexus 4 fans might be disappointed to learn that T-Mobile’s branded Nexus 4 will not support Wi-Fi calling. Indeed, one of T-Mobile’s online support documents did state that the branded device would allow Wi-Fi calling, but then a T-Mobile spokesperson told Android Police that this was “just a simple mistake in the online document.” Meanwhile, BGR reviewed the Nexus 4...

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LG Nexus 4 will not support T-Mobile’s Wi-Fi calling

For the T-Mobile customers hoping to use Wi-Fi calling on the upcoming LG Nexus 4, the sad news is that the device will not be supporting the feature. Nexus phones are generally developed without much input from the carriers, hence the gap. None of the other Nexus handsets supported the feature and neither shall the next Nexus phone, even if...

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Samsung Galaxy Note II priced for T-Mobile and AT&T

The Samsung Galaxy Note II has been priced by AT&T and T-Mobile in the US. The phone may set back AT&T users with a price of $299.99 on a two-year contract; the device will come with LTE on tap. T-Mobile is offering the device in Marble White and Titanium Grey, yet they have a slightly higher price – $369.99, and...

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Leakes reveal Samsung GALAXY Note II pricing for T-Mobile

T-Mobile seems to have priced the Samsung Galaxy S III at $279.99, which is $80 more than what the other major carriers are charging for the 16GB model. A leaked image shows the pricing of the phablet sequel by the nation’s fourth largest carrier, and according to it, for the ‘Value Plan’ the Samsung GALAXY Note II will be $299.99,...

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T-Mobile wins exclusive rights for Nokia Lumia 810

T-Mobile announced that they, and only they, will exclusively offer the Nokia Lumia 810. The Windows Phone 8 smartphone is to be released soon, and  is almost the same as the Nokia Lumia 820, but for a slightly different appearance and the presence of T-Mobile’s 42Mbps HSDPA. Quick reminder of what is known so far about the Lumia 810 hardware:...

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T-Mobile’s Samsung GALAXY Note II to be launched on October 24th

This information comes from a leaked T-Mobile internal memo. The date coincides with the one chosen by Samsung for the official introduction of the device in the US. Samsung has extremely bold goals for the Samsung GALAXY Note II in the US, as well as worldwide. The expectations are that the seuel will sell 20 million units, which will actually...