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Samsung DeX review – can your smartphone replace a PC?

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Have phones become too expensive?

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Sony Xperia XZs review

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Fitbit Alta HR review

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State of Mobile Networks: USA 2017

OpenSignal's latest report into the state of US mobile networks reveals a tie for speed and coverage between two major carriers.
by Robert TriggsFebruary 8, 201720

Naughty T-Mobile ads feature weed & BDSM… and they are way fun!

John Legere is known for shaking the mobile industry and not giving a single... thought to his choice of words. We can totally see this attitude in the latest ads.
by Edgar CervantesFebruary 5, 201712

T-Mobile offering a year of Netflix with Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge purchase

For a very limited amount of time, the magenta Un-carrier is offering a year of free Netflix for those who purchase or lease a Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge.
by Brian ReighFebruary 2, 20172

T-Mobile could be rolling out RCS support to subscribers (Update: probably not)

Folks on Reddit and Google+ indicate that the carrier could be in the early stages of its Rich Communication Services rollout.
by Scott Adam GordonFebruary 1, 20177
 
 

T-Mobile strikes again: it wants to give back your smartphone sales tax

If tax season’s got you down, T-Mobile has a special offer for you: customers with unlimited data can get back 11.2 percent of their smartphone’s price!
by Brian ReighJanuary 30, 201737

T-Mobile slams both AT&T and DirecTV Now with new free Hulu offer

T-Mobile is taking potshots at both AT&T and its recently launched DirecTV Now service with a new promotion that offers a year of Hulu for free.
by John CallahamJanuary 25, 20175

Nougat-powered LG Aristo arriving at MetroPCS for just $59 on January 23

MetroPCS will sell the Nougat-powered LG Aristo for just $59 starting January 23.
by John CallahamJanuary 17, 20179

T-Mobile wants no more bill surprises, moves to one unlimited plan

T-Mobile announced some changes to its bills and plans at CES 2017, including eliminating any surprise charges and moving to one unlimited plan.
by John CallahamJanuary 5, 201715

T-Mobile demos nearly 1Gbps speeds on its LTE network with unreleased phone

T-Mobile showed off a lab test where it hit download speeds of nearly 1Gbps on its current LTE network with an unnamed and unreleased phone.
by John CallahamDecember 29, 201611

T-Mobile rolls out battery shutdown update to remaining Galaxy Note 7s

As promised, T-Mobile is now rolling out an update to its remaining Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones, which will no longer allow its battery to charge up.
by John CallahamDecember 27, 201672
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