T-Mobile, HTC to make an announcement, could be the One M9

We're all hyped up about the HTC One M9 but we have yet to know when the smartphone will be arriving in the United States. We've heard a lot of rumors about it and seen numerous leaked photos of the unit even before its launch at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona earlier this month. Several demo videos have been also released telling us how we are all one while some websites have started offering it too.

Google Wireless will probably only work with Nexus 6

While Google SVP Sundar Pichai confirmed rumors that they are indeed planning a wireless service, not much details are known about it, like which carriers are involved, what devices will run it, when it will be available, etc. But now sources are saying that the tech giant is looking at a launch by the end of March (which is just a few weeks away!) and that the only devices that will be able to enjoy this are the latest Nexus devices, starting with the Nexus 6.

T-Mobile lists units ready for Android 5.0 Lollipop

T-Mobile is busier than ever especially these few days leading to the Mobile World Congress 2015. Because new smartphones and tablets will be unveiled in Barcelona, it's only right that the mobile carrier release software updates to current mobile devices par of its lineup before they become overshadowed by the yet-to-be-announced units. We're certain though that T-Mobile will be releasing the Samsung Galaxy S6, thanks to a teaser recently shown off.

T-Mobile releases Galaxy S6 teaser, boasts of its “Six Appeal”

We've suspected for some time now that the newest smartphone that Samsung will be officially announcing in a few days time will probably be the Galaxy S6. Although we haven't exactly gotten a "yes, that's what the name will be" from the Korean OEM, the newest teaser image that has come out sports the tagline "Six Appeal". This is an almost confirmation that we will be having the sixth edition of their flagship, and as the launch is almost upon us, the teasers keep getting less cryptic, and more like the real thing.

Android 5.0 Lollipop ready for T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S5

The Samsung Galaxy S5 getting the sweet Android Lollipop update is old news. Even if Google has released the software and phone manufacturers have tested the version, it's really up to the network carrier when such will roll out to subscribers and owners. Last year's Samsung Galaxy flagship smartphone has started to receive Lollipop as early as October. It was known as the Android L then. The Galaxy S5 Google Play Edition was also rumored to arrived with Android 5.0.

T-Mobile announces one sweet tablet offer

The countdown begins for February 14. Oh wait, for those who don't care about the special day, it's Valentine's Day. This weekend will be full of hearts, mush, red, flowers, and chocolates. I know some geeks will cringe at the thought of romance but there are many people who look forward to this day not to celebrate but to check out the numerous promos you can find everywhere. In the mobile industry, manufacturers and mobile carriers are expected to announce special promos. Before January ended, Motorola started to show some Motolove with big discounts for Valentine's Day.

T-Mobile launches SCORE! phone upgrades

T-Mobile seems to be serious with getting more customers than ever. It's been introducing great offers and new deals the past few weeks. The holidays may be over but there's no stoping the mobile carrier to bring loyal subscribers and lure new subscribers to avail more from them. After the Simple Choice Unlimited 4G LTE Family Plan, Un-Carrier 8.0 Data Stash, rollover data plans for shared subscribers, Simply Prepaid Deals, and the very recent Smartphone Equality, here comes SCORE! with the best phone upgrades.

T-Mobile intros Smartphone Equality

There are too many great deals being announced by mobile carriers left and right but admit it, not everyone can avail of such promos. There is always that "terms and conditions apply" note after every ad that promises what seems to be the best way to get that latest flagship smartphone from your favorite brand. Sadly, even if you have the money to pay for downpayment and monthly fee, carriers won't always approve your request because of your bad credit score. This is a sad fact of life that some people must face and there's nothing you can do about it even if it's just a mobile device you are purchasing. (Honestly, you're just buying a phone not a house!)

AT&T now offering rollover data plans for shared subscribers

On the heels of T-Mobile's rollover data plan, another US carrier has responded and is offering their own version for their subscribers. AT&T has announced that they are launching later this month a rollover plan for their shared data subscribers, giving the option and opportunity for members of the shared plan to take on the unused data from their other members from the previous month.
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