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T-Mobile has officially announced the arrival of the ZTE ZMAX on its network starting Sep. 24. The smartphone will be an exclusive with the carrier in the U.S. and will set you back by $10.50 per month for a period of two years or $249.99 upright. T-Mobile’s subsidiary, MetroPCS, will also start selling the smartphone later this year. So what’s exactly special with the ZTE ZMAX? Well for starters, it is almost the same size as the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 with its 5.7 inch panel, although the resolution is only 720p. The device...

T-Mobile is now rolling out the Android 4.4.2 update for the Samsung Galaxy Avant smartphone, bringing along the customary suite of changes and bug fixes. The carrier appears to be quite busy today as it rolled out a minor update to the LG G3 just a few hours ago. The update to the Galaxy Avant brings WiFi calling and also enables VoLTE on the device according to the carrier’s official support page. The update size is just 103MB, so it’s not imperative that you’re on a WiFi network before downloading it. As always,...

The Alcatel Fierce 2 and Evolve 2 will make its way to T-Mobile shelves starting today according to an announcement made by the carrier. As you probably figured out by the image above, the two smartphones fall under the midrange category and don’t scream of a high end hardware, but will certainly go light on your wallets. The smartphone can also be purchased through T-Mobile’s subsidiary MetroPCS. The Fierce 2 is sporting a 5 inch 960 x 540 resolution display, a 1.2 GHz quad core SoC, 4GB of internal storage (expandable),...

T-Mobile is now rolling out an update to the LG G3, changing the build number to KVT49L.D85110m. The update finally brings the WiFi calling feature to the smartphone. Users are also claiming that the update brings improvements to auto screen brightness. The carrier suggests that customers need to have at least 156MB of data left in their cellular plan in order to go ahead with the update, while the battery is recommended to be at 50% or higher. Given the nature of this update, the software version remains unchanged at Android 4.4.2,...

The T-Mobile branded HTC One M7 will start receiving the Android 4.4.3 update starting tomorrow according to an HTC spokesperson. As you might know already, the update has made its way to the One M8 over the past month or so with a bunch of new features on board. Customers can expect the same amount of changes with the One M7 even though it’s an year older compared to the One M8. T-Mobile will also roll out the WiFi calling feature along with this update. The good news was given away via Twitter, which is usually the case with...

T-Mobile has announced a new promotion which promises to offer the best trade-in prices for older devices. And if customers can find better trade-in prices elsewhere, T-Mobile promises to match that offer, return the difference and even provide a $50 bill credit. The promotion will be reportedly available for a limited period starting September 17. T-Mobile is always known to be quite aggressive with its plans and offers by undercutting the competition in almost every aspect. The carrier prides itself in being customer friendly which...

T-Mobile is now taking pre-registrations for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and the Galaxy Note Edge smartphones which were announced earlier today. Bear in mind, users can merely register for the device and not book a unit for themselves at this point, with further details awaited from the carrier. It’s customary of the carriers to gauge public interest by putting freshly announced devices for pre-registration. The Samsung Galaxy S5 received similar treatment, although only a part of it translated to actual sales. Fortunately for...

T-Mobile has just announced an event for the 10th of September where the carrier will show off its plans for Uncarrier 7.0. The invite says – “This time it’s personal” which is something we’re quite keen to see. At the moment, our only guess is that T-Mobile will be looking to exploit its ongoing rivalry with AT&T which has gone on for the past couple of years now. The event will begin at 12:30PM in San Francisco. Considering the timing, it’s more than likely that devices from the IFA event will...