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AT&T spectrum transfer to T-Mobile approved by the FCC

Yesterday we reported that AT&T was currently looking to buy up spectum for their 4G LTE networks. Mainly to prepare for what was coming today, which was the FCC's approval to hand some of theirs over to T-Mobile. AT&T will be transferring some of their AWS spectrum to T-Mobile as part of the agreement from the failed merger earlier this year.

Trade in your iPhone and get the HTC One S free from T-Mobile

T-Mobile has a nice little spring cleaning deal starting tomorrow. From April 25th until May 8th they'll be offering the Magenta Deal Days promotion, recommending users trade in their old phones, slower smartphones, or even those slow 3G iPhone's for a brand new 4G smartphone from T-Mobile. Full details and cash value listings below including how the iPhone will get you an HTC One S completely free.

AT&T Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 LTE refurbished on sale for $199

We're big fans of Samsung's Goldilocks tablet, the Galaxy Tab 8.9. (Not too big, not too small, just right.) Fans enought that it was one of our top five Android devices of 2011. And while it's a fine piece of tech in its WiFi-only version, AT&T went a step further and added LTE capability - check out our hands-on. If you're OK with refurbished hardware, you can pick one up from AT&T's website right now for just $199.99 on a two-year contract, or $399.99 without. For a Samsung tablet with an always-on data connection, that's a downright steal.

HTC Rezound now only $49.99 – ICS coming this week

If you want one of the better 4G LTE smartphones from Verizon, along with an HD screen and Beats Audio the HTC Rezound is a pretty great choice. Lucky for you guys Verizon has recently lowered the price of the handset to just $49.99, making it one of the better priced LTE phones available. What's even better is Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich will be on the device within the next week or two.

Buy a Verizon Galaxy Nexus from Samsung, get a free extended battery

The Galaxy Nexus CDMA/LTE version sucks battery juice like a ten-year-old trying to get to the sugary bottom of a Slurpy. It was one of our major complaints in the review, though it's happily tempered with a first-party extended battery from Samsung, bumping up the 1850mAh pack on the stock CDMA phone to a more roomy 2100mAh (about a 15% improvement) with only a slightly larger bulge. The battery has a list price of $50, but if you buy the phone directly from Samsung, you'll get the battery and the replacement cover for free.

Hyundai A7 Android 4.0 ICS tablet for $110 looks surprisingly decent

We've seen more then our share of cheap knockoff Android tablets but this one has fairly decent hardware. Most likely this is similar to those knockoffs and actually doesn't have any affiliation with Hyundai the car company. What you do get though for a quick $110 is a 7" 480 x 800 resolution Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet. The screen is capacitive touch and has 5-point multitouch. Read on for more details.

Google Offers adds 11 new partners while expanding to 4 more cities

Daily deal offerings like Groupon and many others are extremely popular. Google's answer to those has been Google Offers. While it is still currently in its beta stages Google has been putting tons of time, effort, and money behind it and today have some good news to announce. Bringing multiple deals all to a single and easy to use place or application Google Offers is a great alternative and today just got a little better.
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