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    Here’s the Cheapest Way to Rent a 64 GB iPhone 6S for One Year

    UPDATE 09/23/15: Pricing for Apple, T-Mobile, and Sprint were given for the 16 GB iPhone 6S, and have been updated to reflect the 64 GB model. The final comparison between all five plans remains the same, with AT&T and Verizon becoming marginally more competitive. When Apple announced their iPhone Upgrade Program alongside the 6S and […]

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    T-Mobile is Now Free to Roam in Mexico and Canada

    More good news for T-Mobile customers today — anyone on a prepaid or postpaid monthly Simple Choice plan can elect to add calling, texting, and data across the United States, Canada, and Mexico for no extra charge. As usual, there are some asterisks, but, as they often are for T-Mobile, the downsides aren’t too bad. […]

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    Upgrade Your Phone 3 Times a Year with T-Mobile’s Jump On-Demand

    T-Mobile’s made it pretty clear that the company isn’t into two-year contracts, something they’re doubling down on today by doing away with a particularly annoying part of the contract system — waiting two years to upgrade. T-Mobile is building on their Jump program, which let you switch phones twice per year after waiting for six […]

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    Get Dad a Free LG G Pad Tablet for Father’s Day

    T-Mobile is hitting us with a pretty sweet Father’s Day promotion — a free tablet as long as you grab it with a monthly mobile internet plan. The tablet in question is the LG G Pad F 8.0, a mid-range 8″ Android 5.0 tablet with a 1280 x 800 display and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 […]

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    T-Mobile Rolls Out Crazy Cheap Business Plans for Uncarrier 9.0

    Another Un-carrier event went down today, which means T-Mobile and CEO John Legere sent over another volley directed at the other three carriers. This time, the press conference dealt mostly with business plans, but there were still a couple pretty sweet announcements for personal wireless users, too. The big take-home for T-Mobile’s new business plans […]

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    T-Mobile Uncarrier 8.0: 4G LTE Data Rollover Arrives in January

    T-Mobile has made a Thing out of their new promotional announcements, running with the Uncarrier moniker and turning it into a series of events aimed at separating them from the rest of the Big Four. To their credit, the Uncarrier campaign has done just that, with greatest hits including the elimination of contracts, a generous […]

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    ZTE ZMAX is a Budget Phablet for T-Mobile

    ZTE is looking to expand its smartphone business into the United States with the ZTE ZMAX, a new phablet coming out in the wake of the iPhone 6 Plus and the Samsung Note 4—no pressure. The 5.7″ ‘nearly-stock’ Android 4.4 phone won’t exactly be competing with either of those figurative and literal giants, though. This […]

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    T-Mobile Guarantees Wi-Fi Calling for All of Its Customers

    At their Un-carrier 7.0 event (boy, those are piling up fast), T-Mobile made some new announcements regarding Wi-Fi calling. Nothing here as impressive as previous Un-carrier events, but there’s still a lot to like if you’re a T-Mobile customer. T-Mobile’s major announcement was that Wi-Fi calling and texting is now open to all of its […]

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    Budget Friendly Sony Xperia E3 Offers Dual-SIM

    Coming along for the ride with Sony’s brand new line of Z3 mobile devices is the E3, an entry level smartphone that sports decent specs at what should be a pretty low price. The 4.5″ smartphone takes a huge hit to display quality compared to the flagship line. The display is just 854×480 resolution, so […]

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    6 Dirt Cheap Smartphones that are Actually Quite Good

    Cheap smartphones, no contract. Pick one, right? Unsubsidized, off-contract phones come at a high price—high enough to make the confines of a two-year contract preferable by comparison, which is really saying something. But, that’s only true for the flagship phones that get most of the publicity. The market is awash in low- and mid-tier budget […]

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    T-Mobile Referral Program Hooks You Up With Unlimited LTE for a Year

    Usually, when T-Mobile starts crowing about being the ‘un-carrier,’ they’re pretty indiscriminate when it comes to blasting the other carriers. Not so this week, as T-Mobile stepped up to the mic and spit vicious rhymes about Sprint’s substandard service. If this was rap beef, Sprint’s career would be over. What T-Mobile is offering is actually […]

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    T-Mobile Now Offering Prepaid iPhone 5S with a $50 Discount

    T-Mobile is getting July started with some pretty sweet deals if you’ve pitched your tent in Apple’s camp. They’re offering hardware discounts and bonuses if you buy an Apple device and put it on a T-Mobile monthly plan. Now that it’s possible to buy an iPhone with prepaid T-Mobile service straight from Apple Stores, T-Mobile […]

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    T-Mobile’s Test Drive Program is Kinda Crazy but Awfully Convincing

    As we’ve recently discovered, T-Mobile actually has the fastest 4G LTE network in quite a few major cities across the nation. T-Mobile’s pretty proud of that, and pretty proud of their new title of ‘un-carrier’ – part of their campaign against industry scourges like contracts and early termination fees. Above all, T-Mobile just wants you […]

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    T-Mobile Abolishes Overages

    T-Mobile said they had three big announcements that were going to shake up the wireless industry last week. We already brought you the first two – a new low-cost wireless plan and a year’s worth of free data for new tablets – and the third is no less a cause for rejoicing. T-Mobile is officially […]

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    T-Mobile Announces $40 Unlimited #Uncarrier Plan

    You have to give credit to T-Mobile – they’ve done a lot on the past year to differentiate themselves from the other major carriers, but they aren’t resting on their laurels. This week, the self-styled un-carrier has brand new announcements, including the low-cost Simple Starter Plan and Operation Tablet Freedom, which aims to make 4G […]

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    5 Dirt Cheap Unlimited Prepaid Mobile Plans Under $25

    We talk a lot here about stuff that the big four – Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint – get up to. But the thing is, even with T-Mobile’s un-carrier, anti-contract slant and the new installment payment plans for buying new devices, they can all end up being way past what your budget will allow. Fortunately, […]

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    HTC One M8 – is it a Winner? We Go Hands-on

    Sometimes, it’s all too easy to forget that the smartphone race has more than two horses. HTC is still trying to hang in there with Samsung and Apple, and to their credit, they’ve released some excellent, critically acclaimed phones that just haven’t quite taken off. Last year’s HTC One was a good example of that […]