Today, the LG G3 is everyone's newest darling device, so its not surprising to hear the mobile carriers raise their hands high to shout "me too!". The good news is that the G3 will be landing on all major US carriers. It's just a question of when.
T-Mobile announced and began rolling out an update for the Galaxy S5 last week. And well, it looks like the update has since been halted. T-Mobile has kept the details to a minimum, however they have said the update "has been paused."
T-Mobile Galaxy S5 users have an update on the way. This is a smaller update, however it does appear to bring one key fix dealing with SMS and MMS messaging. The changelog mentions how this update should fix the intermittent failure of incoming SMS and MMS messages.
T-Mobile, the carrier who is disrupting an entire industry, is at it again. VoLTE, once thought to be left to big players like Verizon and AT&T, is coming to T-Mobile as well. Not only will they start offering VoLTE, they’ve got three devices capable of handling the emerging technology.
T-Mobile has announced the upcoming release of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition tablet. The tablet will be arriving on June 4th, however pre-orders are available immediately. The price is set at $99.99 down with 24 monthly payments of $23.
Samsung has announced the latest Galaxy S5 color variant headed for the US market. The color is gold and the handset will be available with a handful of carriers beginning on May 30th. Pricing will be set by the carriers, but for now we know availability will be though AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and US Cellular.
T-Mobile will soon be selling tablets out of Walmart. The initial availability will include one tablet, with a second coming in June. Both of these models will be able to take advantage of the 'Free Data for Life' offer that was announced back in April.
ZTE has announced another handset today, the Concord II. This one will be available with T-Mobile and MetroPCS and touts itself as offering "even more value with a customizable Android experience." T-Mobile will have the handset available online beginning today, and MetroPCS will have it available in stores and online beginning on May 19th.
T-Mobile is the official wireless sponsor of Major League Baseball and it looks like that could mean at least one perk for the customers. It seems they will be able to grab the MLB At Bat 14 season for free. But while there are some successful reports coming from users, we have yet to see anything official from T-Mobile.
Worried about Sprint and T-Mobile merging? Sources tell the New York Post you shouldn’t be. According to them, the deal is “dead”. The FCC, who are outspoken about wanting four major US carriers, are said to be dead set against the merger.