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Sprint now has a nice little promotion for customers switching over from T-Mobile with a promise of getting back at least $550 in early termination fees and other expenses. The $200 out of this is for the trading in the new device, while the remaining $350 will be used to pay off the smartphone that you got on T-Mobile. Since early termination fees only apply to contract devices, you can only use this amount to pay off the remaining full retail price of the device on T-Mobile. Sprint has offered something similar in the past by promising...

In a new video released from T-Mobile CEO John Legere, T-Mobile is announcing a new program they are calling “Smartphone Equality.” This new program will enable customers, regardless of their credit score, to purchase new devices at the best deals offered. In order to qualify for this plan, which starts January 25th, T-Mobile states that customers must have paid at least the last 12 months of their bills on time. This qualifies to customers both on postpaid and pre-paid plans. When announcing this plan, T-Mobile CEO John...

According to a new survey conducted by the Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP), T-Mobile had a very lucrative 2014. It is said that the carrier had the highest number of subscriptions and even managed to retain the most customers compared to other networks, which is a significant achievement for the carrier in the highly competitive telecom industry. The report said – “T-Mobile started the quarter with 10 percent of the consumers in our quarterly survey of phone activators and ended the quarter with 13 percent....

Hello guys! Welcome to the third part of our special T-Mobile Galaxy Note 3 problems troubleshooting series. I addressed ten problems in this post reported by our readers. T-Mobile has a good tech support team and we’re not trying to compete with them. Instead, we are trying to help our readers who contacted us and asked for our help. We will be publishing more support articles so stay tuned and subscribe to our mailing list. You may also contact us at [email protected] for your concerns. Since we already have a running series...

In its push to convince more customers to adopt T-Mobile, the carrier has now announced a range of new prepaid plans called Simply Prepaid. Staying true to its name, Simple Prepaid offers customers the option of unlimited 3G data, voice minutes, text and some 4G LTE data, all with an affordable price. The plans start from as low as $40, so you’re not required to shell out big up front. The entry level plan at $40 gives you unlimited 3G, voice minutes, SMS and 1GB of 4G LTE data. The next plan which costs $50 will give you all the...

The original YotaPhone was revealed a couple of years ago as a strange yet innovative concept. The second iteration was announced a couple of months ago. It is now being said that Yota Devices is contemplating the launch of the YotaPhone 2 in the U.S. through popular mobile carrier T-Mobile. There’s no confirmation from either the carrier or the manufacturer, so we’ll take this report with a pinch of salt. It is being said that the smartphone will also launch through an unnamed Canadian carrier later this year. With a European...

Samsung’s relatively old Galaxy Tab 3 is now getting the Android 4.4.4 update courtesy of T-Mobile USA. This comes at a time when people are expecting Android 5.0 on their smartphones and tablets, but considering that the Galaxy Tab 3 is over a year old, this isn’t very surprising. T-Mobile’s changelog mentions that the update finally brings a transparent navigation bar, better performance from the device and improved RAM management, which could be a massive addition to the tablet. Since the device was running Android 4.4 already,...

T-Mobile has just launched the ZTE Zinger smartphone through its prepaid channels. This is an ultra low cost offering, ideally suited for people who aren’t that tech savvy. And considering that it’s the holiday shopping season, this could make an excellent stocking stuffer right before Christmas. The smartphone is your run of the mill budget device and comes with a 3.5 inch display, a 1.2 GHz dual core processor, a 2-megapixel camera on the back and Android 4.4 KitKat. The smartphone will set you back by just $49.99 although...