T-Mobile rolls out Android 4.4.3 to HTC One M8
Aug19

T-Mobile rolls out Android 4.4.3 to HTC One M8

The Android 4.4.3 KitKat update has been rolling out to the HTC One M8 recently, with the new version finding its way to the European and Indian variants of the handset. Now HTC's flagship smartphone in the US is gearing up for Android's last major update. If you are rocking a T-Mobile version of the HTC One M8 then you can get Android 4.4.3 now as the carrier has started sending out the patch. While Android 4.4.3 is the latest major...

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T-Mobile’s new $3 PAYG plan
Aug12

T-Mobile’s new $3 PAYG plan

The simple truth is, for some people in the United States owning a contract with huge minutes and data plans is just not a possibility, for myriad reasons. T-Mobile has today rolled out a new Pay as You Go plan that gives customers a chance to have minutes or messages for just $3 per month off contract. The plan is rather simple, offering either 30 minutes of call time or messages for a flat fee of $3 per month, with additional...

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T-Mobile Sony Xperia Z1 gets Android 4.4.4
Aug07

T-Mobile Sony Xperia Z1 gets Android 4.4.4

T-Mobile is today rolling out another Android 4.4.4 update, this time focusing on Sony's older flagship, the Xperia Z1. The patch will bring the year old smartphone completely up to date in terms of Google's mobile platform, and it could be the last Android update the Z1 sees. Sony has yet to confirm whether the handset will get Android L when it arrives, but it seems unlikely for the aging Xperia. If you are not sure what to expect,...

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Sprint/T-Mobile merger falls through
Aug06

Sprint/T-Mobile merger falls through

A merger between Sprint and T-Mobile has been discussed for some time, and earlier this year it was thought the move was close to fruition. However, Sprint, the third largest carrier in the United States has decided to pull the plug on its planned purchase of T-Mobile, the fourth. The reason for the potential union collapsing seems to be that the merger would not get clearance from regulatory bodies. Sprint was willing to pay $32...

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ZTE and T-Mobile’s Olympus poses for image
Jul22

ZTE and T-Mobile’s Olympus poses for image

ZTE does not get a whole lot of love from the US market and even the US government has accused the company of spying for the Chinese. However, the fact remains that ZTE is hugely successful in Asia and is trying to make inroads in North America. Teaming up with one of the coolest brands in tech at the moment will certainly help the Chinese company gather more consumer attention. T-Mobile has shook up the mobile industry in the US with...

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