T-Mobile is all set to unveil its “uncarrier” strategy, which will be implemented from March 24, which essentially involves no more 2-year commitment. Will this make make you switch to T-Mobile?
Who said tiny Android smartphones with crappy screens and sub-par single-core processors are a thing of the past? Not us, not T-Mobile and certainly not Huawei.
T-Mobile’s 4th quarter earnings report is in, with revenues of $4.9 billion marking the carrier’s second consecutive quarter of sequential growth. Alongside the company’s earnings report also comes some new information about the T-Mobile’s 4G LTE plans going forward.
The U.S. HTC One models have hit the FCC, with the Sprint version expected to be soon released, although availability dates for the device are not public yet.
If you’ve thinking about purchasing an LG Nexus 4 and don’t mind signing a service contract with T-Mobile, you’ll be happy to know that you can now get the 16GB version of the smartphone for free, with a two-year commitment.
HTC One’s current ETA for Europe is mid-March, but don’t be surprised if you’re going to see the bad boy in stores earlier.
It was pretty smart to unveil the One before the Samsung Galaxy S4, but that’s going to mean zilch if HTC’s flagship won’t also be out in stores by the time the S4 is official. The sooner the better.
T-Mobile is now offering everyone in America unlimited talk, text, and 2G internet access for $35 per month. That’s the bargain of the century, or is it?
U.S. availability details for the HTC One (M7) have apparently been leaked. The handset will arrive on March 22 with pricing starting at $199.99 if recent reports are to be believed.
As part of the latest T-Mobile promotion, you can get a bunch of on-contract smartphones free with waived activation, but if that’s not your thing you might be interested in a new sale set to start tomorrow.