A lot has changed in the smartphone game since last October. That's when Motorola first announced its intentions to tap Google's open-source approach toward smartphones with the Android OS - a move that was part of a larger strategy to turn around the troubled mobile handset division. Also see: Motorola's mobile woes: Can Android turn things around? Months earlier, the … [Read more...] about Verizon, T-Mobile plan Android phones by year’s end; boost for Motorola
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posted on 18 Mar 2013, 20:05 3 1. Cha7520 (Posts: 221; Member since: 31 Oct 2010) Well thats cool and all...but here's the thing: Their coverage sucks...I'm sorry T-mobile :-( posted on 18 Mar 2013, 20:20 3 3. HDShatter (Posts: 1021; Member since: 17 Jan 2013) Ya but there the only major carrier that doesn't want to charge you ridiculous amounts of money. … [Read more...] about Comments for : T-Mobile planning event for March 26th: beginning the “uncarrier” era?
Oh snap! As TmoNew reports, T-Mobile is responding to the negative AT&T ads against it, and the response is nothing short of hilarious. We can’t help but love it when an underdog successfully throws down against a leader. T-Mobile is about to put up a new series of ads with slogans like “If AT&T thought our network wasn’t great, why did they try … [Read more...] about T-Mobile plans to launch anti-AT&T ad campaign
T-Mobile will let its subscribers pay for Android applications on their monthly mobile bills starting Nov. 17, also introducing its own section of the Android Marketplace that day. Users of the carrier's three Android handsets will have the option of picking out applications from among the roughly 12,000 in the Android Market and having the purchase charge show up on their … [Read more...] about T-Mobile Plans on-Bill Android Purchases Nov. 17
T-Mobile USA plans to lure new business customers with shared data plans and no early termination fees, similar to some recent promotions the carrier announced for consumers.The fourth-largest U.S. carrier plans to announce a number of business-specific offers in coming months, along with its release of smartphone models sought by corporate customers, such as the Apple iPhone 5 … [Read more...] about T-mobile Readies Shared Data Plans for Business; No Early Termination Fees
T-Mobile's "Un-carrier" initiative to shake up the wireless industry continues Wednesday with a press event via Twitter related in some way to how tablets are sold and serviced.The carrier said CEO John Legere and other officials will answer questions live via Twitter on @TMobile with the hashtag #unleashthetablet starting at 9 a.m. PT (noon ET).T-Mobile hinted in a statement … [Read more...] about T-Mobile Plans to Shake Up Tablet Data Plans in Twitter Event
There doesn't appear to be a lot of guesswork with T-Mobile's data plans, since the carrier only offers unlimited data. But there's more to the T-Mobile One plan than meets the eye. You actually have a couple potential variations of T-Mobile One to pick from. And given that T-Mobile seems to trot out promotional pricing at the drop of a hat, it's worth taking a closer look at … [Read more...] about Best T-Mobile Plans: What’s Right for You?
AT&T is copying T-Mobile again, offering its own data rollover plan not long after T-Mobile launched its own Data Stash initiative.Customers on select plans can keep unused data, rolling it to the next month. Unlike T-Mobile’s plan, which lets you hold on to unused data for a year, AT&T nukes your data after one billing cycle. T-Mobile also starts you … [Read more...] about AT&T follows T-Mobile’s lead, announces its own data rollover plan
Get In Stock Alerts on Twitter for SNES Classic, Switch and More LAS VEGAS (AP) — T-Mobile US Inc., the country's fourth-largest wireless carrier, is aiming to lure subscribers from rivals by paying the fees required to break their service contracts.Wednesday's announcement, at the International CES gadget show in Las Vegas, is the next step in T-Mobile's campaign to … [Read more...] about T-Mobile To Pay Customers Leaving Rivals
Getting stuck with big bills for global smartphone data roaming is about the dumbest thing one can do these days. The best advice I can give Americans traveling abroad, when it comes to smartphone data use, is to get a SIM card for a local operator when you hit the ground. Or consider a prepaid global SIM card like those sold by Ekit (probably the largest global SIM … [Read more...] about Why T-Mobile’s New Global Roaming Plan Is An Industry Game-Changer