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T-Mobile revamps its family plans

T-Mobile is in the summer of “Uncarier-amps” right now. For the past few weeks, we witnessed the company adding some new policy to its existing plans like the JUMP On Demand or the Mobile without Borders movement. And now, the Uncarrier is back with another “Uncarrier-amps” movement for its family plan. In this new deal, […]

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T-Mobile extend its coverage in Canada and Mexico

For this summer, instead of having a new Uncarrier movement, T-Mobile is on a series of Uncarrier-ampt. A few weeks ago, we saw the first of it. T-Mobile revamps its JUMP! plans to JUMP On Demand, giving you the chance of upgrading your phone up to three times per year. Today, John Legere is coming […]

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New budget-friendly Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime joins Sprint

As much as we love high-end flagship, it is certainly not nice for your wallet. After the boom of the internet, the effort to give the internet to the developing countries keeps rising as the demand started to get higher. Even in the US, not everyone is willing to spend $600 on a smartphone. Luckily, […]

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T-Mobile renew JUMP! With new policy

Even if we always ask for a phone with an extended life span, inside each of us, we always want the newest stuff. With that interest in mind, carriers have been trying to provide you option tp upgrade in mid-contract or just a straight upgrade. But in this department so far, T-Mobile still has the […]

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T-Mobile’s Data Stash is now available for prepaid customers

Despite a lot of good deeds that T-Mobile has done over the years, its Data Stash program has received some criticism. Many were saying that if consumers were T-Mobile’s priority, the plan should have available for prepaid plan, which makes the most sense. Well, after seeing AT&T beat to the punch with “Roll Over Data” for […]

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T-Mobile reportedly past Sprint to take third place in the US market

In the US, carriers’ competition is quite competitive, yet uneven. On one hand, we got Verizon and AT&T that are so far ahead that no one even bother. On the other hand, there is a lower competition between smaller guys that is relatively more even. Well, that competition, right now is between Sprint-who are struggling-and T-Mobile-blooming at […]

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T-mobile’s smartphones last longer on one charge?

You know, when it comes to choosing a carrier, there are a lot of of criteria you have to go through to choose what is best for you. Devices options, coverage in your area, etc… But let’s just that aside, and say you live in the area that all the biggest major carrier is covered, like […]

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New family plan from T-mobile!

T-mobile has been known as a pro-consumer carrier, or “uncarrier.” And the company deserves that, after all, the whole new free music streaming and Test Drive are some revolution for the industry as a whole, combine with payment for early ETF from other carriers is quite, well, awesome. To continue that status, the company is […]

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The unlocking smartphone bill passes the House of Congress

  For those who don’t know, unlocking under an exemption to DMCA was legal. That is, until the Library of Congress did not renew the Act when necessary, and consumer stuck with being unable to unlock their phone. Well, in the good news today (beside the fact that US congress actually passed a bill), U.S Congress has […]

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Version is putting a cap on “unlimited” data users

Just when we thought Verizon can be cool again with their new way of approaching bloatware in smartphones, they go ahead and do something like this. I mean, this is nothing new, carrier throttle speed for heavy users has happened a lot if you reach your data cap. Like T-mobile, although they give you unlimited data, […]