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T-Mobile expected to begin financing device accessories

T-Mobile has been allowing customers to finance devices under the Uncarrier setup for quite some time now. But often the accessories are just as important as the device. And as we've seen -- cases and other accessories are not always what could be considered inexpensive. Well, it seems T-Mobile must understand that as they are expected to begin allowing customers to finance accessories.

T-Mobile LTE coverage now available for 230 million people

Earlier in the month we heard an LTE status update from T-Mobile. At the time there was details in terms of upcoming markets that would be getting coverage, and there was also mention about how the carrier expected to have LTE coverage available for more than 230 million people by months end.

T-Mobile now accepting pre-orders for LG G3

Carrier T-Mobile will be selling the flagship LG G3 in their retail stores starting July 16, but customers who want to get their hands on this newest smartphone can reserve their units ahead of the launch. As of today, subscribers can already apply for pre-orders for the much-awaited phone, which will be shipped starting July 15.

T-Mobile won’t charge users for speedtests

If you've been worried that running Ookla's network testing app or any other similar app would run you afoul of your monthly data cap, worry no longer. At least, if you're a T-Mobile subscriber. The carrier has come out to confirm that data transmitted via network speed tests won't count towards a user's regular data usage.

T-Mobile Music Freedom streaming ignores 4G data cap

Once again, T-Mobile is trying to upset the carrier market with its Un-carrier ways, now on version 6.0. This time, it is training its crosshairs on one of the fastest growing pastimes on mobile devices, aside from YouTube and cat photos. With its new music streaming and Internet radio offering, T-Mobile is setting your music free, not just from network limits but even from price.

T-Mobile Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 leaked with phone function

Do you remember those days when the smaller your phone, the more popular or sophisticated you were? No? Well, neither do mobile phone companies since the continuing trend is that phones are getting bigger and bigger. A week after Samsung announced their biggest phone-tablet hybrid yet, the 7-inch Galaxy W, rumours are they will be releasing an even bigger one later this year: a phone version of the Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4.
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