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LG G2 from T-Mobile, AT&T finally getting Android Lollipop

We almost forgot about the LG G2 since the leather-backed G4's April 28 arrival is being anticipated but the 2013 flagship phone from the South Korean tech giant is ready to received Android Lollipop. When Verizon released the Lollipop software update for the LG G2, we knew both AT&T and T-Mobile will soon follow. It's not really a surprise since we spotted a Lollipop-powered G2 on video back in January and LG confirmed it last year after the new mobile OS from Google was announced.

Mobile carriers deleting some pre-installed apps from Galaxy S6

We have no idea exactly why mobile carriers in the United States are deleting several preloaded apps on the Galaxy S6 even when Samsung proudly announced at launch these mobile apps especially those from Microsoft. Some Galaxy S6 owners have reported that their units don't have some of the apps they were expecting to see. Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile are believed to have removed the apps before shipping them to consumers.

T-Mobile prepping Android 5.0 update for Galaxy Note 4

Owners of Samsung Galaxy S4 Note were teased about the Android 5.0 Lollipop coming to their units before 2014 ended. That was the early build of Lollipop for the Galaxy Note 4 where the TouchWiz UI and Material Design blended well in some areas. We even saw a demo video of the mobile OS running on a Note 4 from SamMobile. We were  also told that Samsung would be updating the phone to Android 5.0.1, skipping Android 5.0, but as usual, everything else would depend on the carrier.

T-Mobile discontinues Sony Xperia Z3 deal

The Sony Xperia Z4 has yet to be released and we're guessing mobile carriers are already preparing for its coming. However, there is still the Xperia Z3 to deal with. In January, the smartphone together with the Xperia Z3 Compact, were rooted finally. We learned Android 5.0 Lollipop is coming to the Xperia Z2 and Xperia Z3 a few months after Sony played around with Lollipop AOSP on a Z3. A purple Xperia Z3 Purple Diamond Edition was also revealed after a limited edition series was announced earlier.

T-Mobile shares customer-driven coverage map on website

If you're the kind of person who s always concerned with making sure that you're getting the best out of what you pay for, you're probably curious as to what exact coverage your mobile carrier is actually giving you. While this data may probably be found in their websites, they don't necessarily publicize that it is there, for one reason or another. T-Mobile, which calls itself an un-carrier, is breaking the mold by announcing an "accurate" version of this coverage map.

Samsung Galaxy S6, HTC One M9: where and when to get them

The cat is out of the bag: Samsung's and HTC's flagships are coming to town. But while they are set for an April launch, some might be able to get their hands on one, or at least on a pre-order form, earlier than others. If you're a bit confused on where to get them, if you haven't sworn fealty to a carrier, Android Community has the low down on availability dates as well as some prices to help you make the decision of which smartphone to get this year.

T-Mobile gives a year of Netflix when you buy the Galaxy S6

The Samsung Galaxy S6 is coming very soon. The phone will be widely available in the United States on April 11 while it was listed for pre-order in the UK last March 20. Third-party companies are also gearing up for both the S6 and the S6 Edge, working on mobile accessories from luxury designers to the likes of Otterbox and Urban Armor Gear. For a more luxurious touch and feel, Goldgenie is even working on 24k gold, rose gold, and platinum versions of the Samsung Galaxy S6.

T-Mobile introduces Carrier Freedom, Uncontract

T-Mobile is really out to court the masses with offers that might seem ridiculous in light of the continued issues people have with carriers. But that hasn't stopped the self-proclaimed un-carrier from having promos and offers that aim to bring more people over from other services to theirs. The latest of these are the "Uncontract" and Carrier Freedom, a variation of their Contract Freedom offer from before.

Bank your unused data with T-Mobile’s Data Stash for prepaid

Data usage among mobile subscribers is not always the same every month. And yet, most carriers still charge us the same amount, whether or not you've used up all your data allocation, which sometimes seems a little too unfair. Storing your data is an option that only very few carriers offer, and T-Mobile is at the forefront when it comes to this. Now they're offering even prepaid subscribers the option to do so with the Data Stash for Simple Choice prepaid subscribers.
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