As part of its Un-carrier initiative, T-Mobile will let users roll over unused data from month to month, for up to a year.
According to Sprint’s and T-Mobile’s Nexus 5 support pages, the LG-made device will be receiving Android 5.0.1, a minor update that mainly fixes bugs, today.
T-Mobile is announcing their next big move tomorrow morning at their Un-carrier 8.0 event. What do you think they’ll announce?
The Nexus 9 LTE is finally available! T-Mobile is the first place to buy it in the world. The tablet will cost $599.76 full retail, or $0 down/$24.99 over 2 years.
Previously, Verizon has decided not to compete against rival carriers on a consistent basis.
New T-Mobile unlimited everything 4G LTE Family plan. Share 10GB of data at LTE speeds, unlimited talk and text, but hurry, this deal is only available for a limited time.
Unfortunately for T-Mobile customers that were planning on purchasing the Nexus 9, the uncarrier has reportedly postponed the launch date.
Sprint has unveiled a major boon for current Verizon or AT&T customers willing to switch over to the Now Network. Customers who switch from Verizon or AT&T will see their bill cut in half.
Digital Turbine’s Ignite service allows carriers to push fast app updates to customers, however reports indicate that it’s already being used to automatically install additional unwanted bloatware.
The FCC has forced T-Mobile to provide clearer information to customers running on throttled speeds and stop extempting test speed tools from data caps.