The T-Mobile Galaxy Tab 2 is getting updated to Android 4.1.2 over-the-air (OTA) and through the Kies software.
The new no-contract plans from T-Mobile, which are a part of its “uncarrier” strategy, are available online on the T-Mobile website. The official announcement will be during the company’s press event tomorrow.
On Tuesday, March 26, T-Mobile will flip the switch on its LTE network in seven cities across the US. See the list here.
OpenSignal data suggests that T-Mobile is testing the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy S4 on its LTE network in eight major U.S. cities.
A trusted source has provided us with a full breakdown of T-Mobile’s upcoming Value plans. See how the plans will be built for individuals and families.
T-Mobile is planning to move away from traditional contract based plans, opting to become the US’s first Uncarrier. Pricing details have emerged outlining exactly what customers can expect from this change in strategy.
T-Mobile has sent out press invites for an event on March 26 in New York, where we expect the network carrier to announce its new “uncarrier” strategy, along with its future 4G LTE rollout plans.
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 owners on the T-Mobile network will soon be getting a software update, taking the OS version to Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, which introduces a host of performance improvements and features.
Last month, T-Mobile announced they had plans to bring LTE coverage to 100 million people by the middle of the year, and 200 million by the year’s end. Now T-Mobile says they are finally turning on LTE service within the month.
Samsung’s Galaxy S4 has been formally introduced less than 100 hours ago and yet the pricing and availability puzzle is coming together rather nicely already.