Friday, September 22, 2017

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When you hear "buy one, get one" in advertisements, usually it means the company wants something in return, and T-Mobile is no exception. We'll get to that here shortly. T-Mobile is offering a buy one, get one offer to...
If you're a T-Mobile subscriber and you are eager to get your hands on the new Galaxy Note 8, then hold your seat because we've got some good news for you. Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 that's currently available for...
Android users who purchase their phones through carriers usually have to wait some time before receiving a new software update. This is because carriers generally have to go through a certification process for each update and for each device...
Comcast recently took Xfinity Mobile nationwide where they offer fairly cheap wireless plans, for its customers that is. In order to take advantage of their wireless plans, you must be a Comcast home internet customer to qualify. Comcast offers its...
After purchasing 600MHz spectrum, T-Mobile has been hard at work to put to use as soon as possible. The company recently launched the 600MHz network in Cheyenne, Wyoming. T-Mobile plans to build out the low-band network across the entire...
Led by CEO John Legere, T-Mobile has really taken off the last few years. Driven by "Un-Carrier" initiative, the company has shaken up the wireless industry to better benefit consumers. It took a lot of business from other carriers,...
Verizon isn't having a good week so far. Its popular Unlimited plan was broken down into three less-reward and more-cost data plans. It's network has gotten so many new users that the average network speeds fell below both T-Mobile...
Samsung took wraps off of its highly-anticipated Galaxy Note 8 today. Samsung wants to move past its Note 7 debacle, and the company seemed to do everything in its power to make sure people do. That's why the Note...
Yesterday, Verizon announced that it was splitting its Unlimited data plan into three choices. The three choices are: Go Unlimited, Beyond Unlimited, and Business Unlimited. For many months now, Verizon has been getting customers to sign up to its widely...
Verizon today announced that their current unlimited data plan is being divided into three new plans: Go Unlimited, Beyond Unlimited, and Business Unlimited. Verizon introduced its currently unlimited data plan back in February, but they are now changing things...