T-Mobile unlimited 4G starts today, completely data cap free

T-Mobile Unlimited 4G
by 1 year ago

For many cellphone users, unlimited mobile data plans have gone the way of the dinosaur. Carriers such as Verizon and AT&T have both dropped such offerings. So, where do you go if you truly want all-you-can-eat data? It seems that T-Mobile may be the savior for those that use massive amounts of bandwidth each month. T-Mobile recently announced it would start offering a truly unlimited nationwide 4G data plan, which officially starts today. The best part is there are no data caps, no speed limits and no extra fees thrown for consuming large portions of data.

T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 now getting Android 4.0

by 1 year ago

T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is the latest gadget that has been granted the honor to take the software leap to Android 4.0. The nicest surprise at this ICS rollout is that, although T-Mo’s support page clearly listed it as an optional manual update to happen “via Kies only”, a lot of users are reporting that they’ve gotten it OTA.

Your T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S2 just got dumber, no thanks to Apple

by 1 year ago

Remember about the software update that T-Mobile recently pushed out for the Galaxy S2? At that time, the carrier said that aside apart from bringing the latest iteration of Ice Cream Sandwich and removing some bugs, the update also brings NFC and ISIS support. But is that really all? Not quite. The maintenance update reportedly also disables the phone’s universal search feature.

ISIS coming in September to Galaxy S3, Galaxy S2, HTC One X, Amaze 4G, Droid Incredible 4G LTE

Edge Next Jump
by 1 year ago

Earlier today we heard that T-Mobile has made available an Ice Cream Sandwich build for its Galaxy S2 version that enables NFC/ISIS features on the handset and at the time we wondered when will ISIS be available on the handset given that the three main U.S. carriers backing the Google Wallet mobile payment rival have not officially announced its availability. It now looks like we have confirmation that the ISIS mobile payment project developed by Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile will be available to interested consumers in September. According to CNET, Doug Bergeron, CEO of Verifone, “which makes the payment terminals…

T-Mobile Galaxy S2 Ice Cream Sandwich update also brings NFC/ISIS support

by 1 year ago

While we keep talking about Google Wallet mobile payment features, that are available only on NFC-ready devices, the fact remains that Google is not the only company out there interested in getting into the mobile payment business. Three of the main four U.S. carriers – Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile – have joined forces to create the ISIS venture, a mobile platform of their own that would compete directly with Google Wallet, which explains why some NFC-enabled Android handsets do not support Google Wallet on these carriers. On top of that, there are also plenty of other mobile payment initiatives out…

iPhone 5 release date set for September 21 – that’s when T-Mobile is “selling against the iPhone”

by 1 year ago

Like it or not, the iPhone is still an important player for the current mobile ecosystem – maybe the most important one – as Android players and everyone else reacts to every new iPhone release and plans its strategy for the coming year to fight off the iOS device as best they can. In addition to rumors swirling about the arrival of some interesting Android handsets in the following days – with special events scheduled by Samsung at IFA 2012 (where we’re going to be reporting live from) and by Motorola in the following week – there are also a…