We often joke about how smartphone manufacturers and cellular carriers try to outdo each other, and T-Mobile definitely enjoys shaking things up. Today the company held its Un-Carrier 8.0 event, and with it, they’re bringing something called Data Stash to the masses.
T-Mobile never ceases to amaze us. We thought the Uncarrier might shake things up around the holidays, and they’ve just done that with a new data plan. It’s the T-Mobile Simple Choice Unlimited Data Plan, and it has arrived to steal you away from your current carrier right in time for Christmas.
T-Mobile is called the “Uncarrier” for a reason as they like to shake things up. They’ve done just that several times this year, and today they really kicked things up a notch with a huge new T-Mobile Music Freedom update.
If you live in the states, and have been wondering about the Samsung Galaxy Edge Note release date, wonder no more. It’s official, the Galaxy Edge Note is headed to the United States, and it’s coming on November 14th.
When Sony officially announced the Xperia Z3 flagship we heard that T-Mobile would also be offering a model of what will undoubtedly be a very popular smartphone. Most of us imagined that the T-Mobile US variant would have the same specs as the international Z3, but we’ve now heard that the Sony Xperia Z3 for…
We saw several new smartwatches unveiled before or during IFA 2014, and only a couple of them are currently available to purchase. The Samsung Gear S isn’t one of those devices, but we’ve learned that it will arrive in the US this fall. If you’re itching to see one in action, you’ll be able to do so this Friday, but only at certain locations in the US. Guess who got another exclusive?
It’s easy to be pre-occupied with all of the new devices that are being introduced at the moment (think Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and iPhone 6), so it’s easy to forget that some people are more interested in updates for existing devices. If you have the Samsung Galaxy S4 this one is for you, as…
T-Mobile loves to shake things up a bit, and they’ve done it again today with yet another promotion. There’s no name for the new promo, but it does bring T-Mobile trade-in prices up and ensures they’ll give you the most money for your old handset.
That didn’t take long. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has only been official for a few hours, and we’ve already learned that the Note 4 is headed to all four major US carriers with Sprint, T-Mob, AT&T and Big Red.
T-Mobile may be the “Uncarrier” and enjoy shaking things up, but they’re doing it for a different reason today. An internal memo to employees has gone out, and if you’re using your unlimited LTE for torrents, you will soon have your data throttled.