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.
AOKP Build 3 is available as of today, containing all the usual bug fixes and bringing many new features into the arena.
T-Mobile prepaid MVNOs Solavei and Ready SIM have confirmed plans to offer LTE once the infrastructure is available, but Magenta would not confirm.
The roster of devices that have been graced with CyanogenMod 10.1 nightlies keeps growing. The latest additions include the Galaxy Note on AT&T and T-Mobile, as well as the Galaxy S2 Skyrocket.
With the Nexus 4 disappearing from Google Play yet again, you may want to look at the limited-time deal that T-Mobile is offering for the flagship Google phone.
If you have been holding off from buying that long-desired Nexus 4 as you wait for a cheaper deal, check out LetsTalk’s latest offer.
Valentine’s Day is still more than a week away, so you probably wouldn’t expect the traditional special sales and deals to start so early. However, it seems T-Mobile is looking to jump the gun with some exclusive discounts on select Samsung smartphones.
As we ease our way out of the Nexus 4 charade, we’re left to wonder what went so wrong. Whatever the issues were, the more important consideration is whether or not they’re fixed.
T-Mobile will launch the Galaxy S3 LTE model on March 27 or April 3, according to a new leak.
Leaked specs and features for a DLXPLUS handset suggest that Verizon is going to sell the HTC M7 as a Droid DNA version in the USA.