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LG Optimus L9 heading to T-Mobile on October 31 for $79.99

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As Sprint and AT&T are preparing to welcome the LG Optimus G to their embrace, T-Mobile is opting to carry its smaller and less-equipped cousin, the LG Optimus L9. Before the budget phone was even listed on T-Mo’s website, a leak suggested that it will be priced rather aggressively. Now, the price has been confirmed by the carrier.

T-Mobile: No more 200MB data plans, 2GB is the new minimum

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Mobile carriers are moving away from their legacy data plans in an effort to promote more usage (and perhaps charging a higher base fee for data). T-Mobile, for one, is changing its minimum data plan. While you can previously subscribe to a 200MB bucket for $10, the minimum is now the Unlimited Plus data plan, which starts at $20.

T-Mobile product event also scheduled for Oct. 29th, it’s going to be a busy day

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October 29th is shaping up to be a pretty important day for mobile news. On the east coast, Google is preparing a press conference that will more than likely focus on the Nexus 4 and other rumored Nexus devices. On the west coast we have Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 press event. Now it seems T-Mobile is joining the party by announcing its own press event scheduled for the evening of the 29th.

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and LG Optimus L9 T-Mobile pricing revealed by leak

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Even with so many new impressively spec’d phablets being leaked or unveiled, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 2 is still the top “beast” US tech users are craving for. After an excruciatingly long couple of months, the GNote 2 is finally ready to go on sale from all major American carriers, and the pricing and availability puzzles are starting to get solved.

Isis to officially launch on October 22, more supported devices announced

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The marketing head of Isis, Jaymee Johnson, has sent out a statement to tech publications across the country that its mobile payment service will indeed be officially rolled out on October 22. Come Monday next week, folks in Salt Lake City and Austin, who are keen on leaving their wallet at home to make some transactions, will be able to tap and pay their way out of Isis-ready stores.

Foreign telecom companies to control almost half of U.S. wireless market

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The news that Japan-based Softbank is about to take Sprint under its wing is just another example of globalization at work. If the $20.1 billion deal between the two companies is approved by regulators and shareholders, it’ll add to the growing list of American wireless carriers that are mostly owned by foreign companies. Here’s a quick look at who’s behind the top mobile network operators in the U.S.