By Humberto Saabedra on April 16, 2013
T-Mobile confirms the release date for the next LTE-capable phone in its lineup in the HTC One via Twitter without an official press release. The carrier has since officially announced the phone.
By Humberto Saabedra on April 8, 2013
Samsung rolls out Jelly Bean 4.1.2 for the Samsung Galaxy S II variants on Virgin Mobile and T-Mobile, which are now 2 years old.
By Humberto Saabedra on March 29, 2013
A StraightTalk social media representative has mistakenly stated that customers still using AT&T BYOD SIM cards are being capped to 1.5 GB per month on Facebook. A higher level StraightTalk representative has responded to the article and definitively clarified the situation. Read on for the full update.
By Christopher Price on February 20, 2013
While T-Mobile may be in the process of acquiring MetroPCS, they aren’t waiting to get hold of the brand. In fact, if Go Smart is successful, MetroPCS may not be worth much more than spectrum.
By Christopher Price on February 6, 2013
T-Mobile and Virgin Mobile’s lackluster performance on firmware claims another victim; the Lumia 710. I’m sick and tired of catching fire from them, for talking about it. Here we go again…
By Humberto Saabedra on December 20, 2012
T-Mobile rolls out more markets with 1900 MHz HSPA+ support for iPhones and unlocked smartphones
By Humberto Saabedra on December 19, 2012
Long-time Sprint MVNO PlatinumTel begins its transition to becoming a T-Mobile-powered GSM MVNO
By PhoneNews.com Staff on December 14, 2012
Google’s current Nexus smartphone strategy has created an interesting quandary. In many ways, the old Galaxy Nexus trumps Nexus 4, and in many ways, Nexus 4 trumps Galaxy Nexus. We explain why, how, and what you should buy.
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By Humberto Saabedra on December 7, 2012
During its parent companies’ investor conference, T-Mobile USA confirms its move away from device subsidies in favor of the more common international purchase model for handsets and service along with LTE and network plans
By Humberto Saabedra on December 6, 2012
After analyst speculation last week, T-Mobile USA officially announces a landmark agreement with Apple to carry the manufacturers mobile device lineup from 2013-2015