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.
Summer was all about the smartphones, but the fall is reserved for tablets – with a few smartphones thrown in. The Apple iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 are gearing up to hit the states, and if you’re looking to pick one up through Magenta, you’ll be pleased to know pre-orders start tomorrow.
Exactly one week ago we informed readers that the Sony Xperia Z3 was heading to T-Mobile US, although there was no release date available at that time. We can now tell you about the Sony Xperia Z3 on T-Mobile October 15 pre-order date, and also further details on availability. Online pre-orders for the Xperia Z3…
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 release date for the US is October 17, and many are eagerly awaiting the arrival of this device. If you have pre-ordered the Note 4 and are expecting to get your phone on release day we may have some good news, as some Samsung Galaxy Note 4 orders are being…
WiFi calling is a feature that’s getting more popular by the day, but it can be a little tricky to get going as it varies from one carrier to the next. It also doesn’t help that there are several dozen smartphones with the feature. That said, if you’re looking to enable T-Mobile WiFi calling on the iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, 6S, and 5C, we’ve got just the thing for you.
Phablets. You either love them or hate them, there’s really no middle ground for the beastly devices. That extra screen usually adds to the price as well, but that isn’t the case with a new Chinese phablet that’s getting ready to land at T-Mobile. It’s not the OnePlus, but we think you’ll be pleased with what the ZTE ZMAX has to offer.
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.
Every smartphone or tablet manufacturer with something to show will be at IFA 2014 next week except for ZTE, who appears to have other plans. They still have something to announce, but it looks like they may wait until the buzz dies down as the ZTE invites have just rolled out for a big event in NYC on September 16.
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.