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The Moto E4 Will Be Available on MetroPCS on July 31 for Just $49

The Moto E4 is the lowest-end Motorola phone currently available in the United States, and MetroPCS is the latest carrier to get its hands on the device. MetroPCS will start selling the Moto E4 on July 31, and although the phone's normal retail price is set at $129, customers on MetroPCS will be able to buy...

T-Mobile Rolls Out LTE-U Support in Select Locations in the US

T-Mobile yesterday announced that they're  rolling out support for LTE-U in the select parts of the US. LTE Unlicenced (LTE-U), utilizes the 5GHz spectrum - commonly used by WiFi devices - to deliver a faster network experience. The way LTE-U works is quite simple: it combines licensed spectrum with the underutilized unlicensed spectrum (5GHz) to...

Rumor: Specs of the T-Mobile Self-Branded REVVL T1 Phone Leaks

Some wireless carriers feel they should have their own self-branded smartphone so they can sell it in stores. The reason behind this could be because of a higher profit margin, or maybe they just feel they can offer something their customers want more than the competition can. Whatever the case, we've seen this from Verizon...

New Report Breaks Down App and Data Usage From AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon

We're starting to see a shift in how people are using their smartphones on their wireless carriers in the United States these days. Granted, there was an initial shift back when the smartphone was first introduced as carriers started to see their customers using more cellular data than ever before. But now that U.S. carriers...

Qualcomm Confirms Adding 600MHz Support to the X16 Modem

T-Mobile spent upwards of $8 billion to purchase 45% of the available 600MHz spectrum earlier this month during an auction for the available spectrum. The company has since been tight-lipped over how it would be utilizing these new airwaves to enhance its network. But recently, the company has hinted in its recent earnings call that...

T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Set To Receive Nougat Update

Android O is around the corner, yet according to official statistics, Nougat is still installed on less than 5% of devices. We have good news for the owners of the T-Mobile Galaxy Note 5, though: T-Mobile confirmed that the Nougat update will be available to flash next week. News of the confirmation have been delivered by...

T-Mobile Announces Two Cellular Plans for IoT Devices

The Internet of Things (IoT) market is still fairly premature, though companies are hopping on the bandwagon expecting the market to explode in upcoming years. Companies seeking to capitalize on the next big thing are attempting to turn nearly everything, from door locks to toothbrushes, into smart devices. For the most part, these products connect...

T-Mobile Exposes Accounts With “DIGITS” Sign Up Security Failure

Update - A T-Mobile Spokesperson has reached out with a statement, see the end of the article for details. oday T-Mobile announced DIGITS, its long awaited service that would allow you to sync multiple phone numbers to a single device, or to sync multiple devices to a single phone number. Many T-Mobile customers have been waiting for the company...

LG G5 on T-Mobile Bears Unlockable Bootloader After All

The recent Galaxy S7 Bootloader-gate for the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 variants, especially on US carriers like T-Mobile which are usually bootloader-unlock-friendly, gave a lot of people a reason to be vary of their purchase decisions. So when it surfaced that the LG G5 on T-Mobile might be a victim of the same, a lot of people...

Unlikeliest of Heroes John Legere Working to Free the S7

Many of us, awoke yesterday to discover the unfortunate news that the Snapdragon 820 variants of the S7 and S7 Edge would likely not see any development support due to the bootloader, which in case you missed it can be read about here. For the foreseeable future it looked like the S7 would be one...

No More Contracts: These Are Verizon’s New Data Plans

Verizon announced that they will be completely revamping their entire smartphone contract and data plan system. Under the new system, everything is simplified—everyone will get unlimited talk and text, contracts will be eliminated, data will be shared amongst all devices (up to 10 on a plan), and data plans come in four tiers: small, medium,...

Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge Now Receiving Android 5.1.1

The Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, arguably Android's most popular flagships so far this year, have now begun to receive their much anticipated updates to Android 5.1.1. This update comes courtesy of T-Mobile in the US, although now that the ball has begun rolling, other carriers will be eager to push their own customized updates. Apart...
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