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T-Mobile has just announced a new midrange offering from Samsung known as the Galaxy Avant. Considering that it’s a budget handset, buyers will only have to shell out $214 full retail or $9 per month for a period of two years through the carrier’s monthly installment plan. The smartphone has a 4.5 inch 960 x 540 display, a quad core 1.2 GHz processor, 16GB of internal storage with a microSD card slot, 1.5GB of RAM, a 5-megapixel camera, Android 4.4 KitKat and 4G LTE. This is essentially a carrier rebranded version of the...

The is the first part of our T-Mobile Galaxy Note 3 Problems series and I’m sure more posts like this would follow considering the number of emails we received from Tmo Note 3 owners. The problems addressed in this post are so common that you may encounter them sooner or later. But may I remind you that what we can provide are troubleshooting procedures to problems you may be experiencing. There is no guarantee that they will be fixed especially the hardware issues. For those who have problems with their phones, feel free to email...

While we’ve already published more than 20 parts of our Samsung Galaxy S4 Problems series, we would like to provide support to our readers who cannot get support from their respective carriers or service providers. Hundreds of our readers from the U.S. are subscribers of the four biggest wireless companies, however, they prefer to contact us to ask questions. We’re cool with that. In fact, we’re open to everybody regardless of the brand of the phone or service provider. For those who have problems with their phones,...

Yesterday we came across a mystery ZTE phablet which was reportedly headed towards T-Mobile in the U.S. And today we’re getting some hardware specific details on the smartphone thanks to a source familiar with the matter. As was our guess, it seems like the device will be a budget offering carrying a large display but a midrange level hardware. The smartphone is reportedly known as the Olympia internally. It is said they the handset packs a 6 inch display (possibly 720p). Other alleged specs of the smartphone include an 8-megapixel...

It seems like T-Mobile’s device lineup could get a substantial uplift in the coming days. Evleaks has revealed the image of a new ZTE phablet, which is apparently being tested by the carrier. We only have the image to go with and no details on launch or hardware specifications at the moment. From the looks of it, this is a premium offering with what appears to be a slim bezel design. The image was taken by a T-Mobile employee as we can make out from the reflection on the screen. It’s hard to decipher hardware details from...

Remember the innovative equipment installment plan which was leaked by an internal T-Mobile document some days ago? Well, the carrier has now officially announced the launch of this service starting this Sunday on the 20th of July. Customers can pick accessories ranging from $69 all the way up to $250. This makes it much easier for customers to get an expensive pair of headphones or other accessories without having to worry about shelling out plenty on one go. The payments are divided into 24 monthly installments with zero interest...

T-Mobile and Sprint have already announced that the LG G3 will arrive in the coming weeks, but AT&T and Verizon have still been quiet. While there is still no release date for the device on either carrier, we can now see what the G3 will look like on all the carriers. From left to right, it’s Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile. What is the most interesting of all the models is the Verizon variant. It has a sleeker black look to it. While the other models have the same gray look, the Verizon one really stands out. If you’re...

T-Mobile has been in the news of late for all its customer friendly promotions and we can add a new one to the list. Starting July 20, the carrier will supposedly launch something known as the Equipment Installment Plan or EIP which essentially allows users to purchase accessories such as smartwatches or expensive headphones with monthly installments. This info was revealed by a leaked document originally accessed by TmoNews. The document appears to be a sales guide which talks about how representatives should bring up accessories during...