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Black Friday 2014 is almost upon us, and we were this close to send y’all out for your holiday Android shopping without consideration for carrier deals. Rookie mistake on our part, and we apologize for it, although in our defense, it was only in the last couple of days that the promotions started cascading from the likes of Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. And let’s not forget Cricket Wireless, US Cellular, Boost Mobile, MetroPCS and Virgin Mobile. These smaller fighters in the service operator arena often try to compensate...

T-Mobile’s Music Freedom plan lets customers stream content from popular music services without adding up on the 4G LTE data usage tally. The carrier has now added plenty of other music streaming services to its lineup including Google Play Music, SoundCloud, Xbox Music and 11 more providers. To be eligible for this nifty promo, all you have to do is sign up for the carrier’s 3GB Simple Choice plan. Google Play Music was added after a popular vote from T-Mobile customers, but it’s good to see that smaller music providers...

AT&T received a lot of flak from its customers for having branded its Nexus 6 with a variety of customizations ranging from logos on the device to bloatware apps. And T-Mobile has decided to make full use of this particular disadvantage by posting a detailed statement on Google+ explaining how their variant of the Nexus 6 comes with no such painful additions. T-Mobile’s trusted official and senior product manager, Des Smith had the following to say – No Corporate Logo, No Bloatware, no crap you don’t want on the #Nexus6...

With a few other areas already having access to T-Mobile’s Wideband LTE spectrum, it’s only natural that it progresses. Now T-Mobile customers can access Wideband LTE in Boston, Massachusetts, along with these other locations: Springfield, Massachusetts Worcester, Massachusetts Providence, RI Warwick, RI For those unfamiliar, T-Mobile’s Wideband LTE increases the capacity of the network where it is, allowing for faster speeds. T-Mobile already says that the average download speed is 24.1 Mbps down with a peak speed...

With T-Mobile bringing the Nexus 6 today, the carrier also announced plans to launch the 4G LTE model of the HTC Nexus 9. According to a statement issued by the carrier, the tablet will be launched sometime in early December with no specific details provided. The pricing for the tablet has been set at $24.99 per month for a period of two years with $0 down payment. The LTE model is absent from the Google Play Store as only the WiFi models are available for sale at this point. We can expect other carriers like Verizon, AT&T and Sprint...

T-Mobile postponed the launch of the Nexus 6 by a week and the day has finally come when the smartphone reaches customers’ hands. The carrier has now begun offering both the 32 and 64GB models of the Nexus 6 with its usual set of $0 down payment plans. The carrier is yet to offer the Cloud White variant, so your options are only limited to the Midnight Blue color variant at this point. But there’s every possibility that the white version will be offered sometime soon. The Nexus 6 from T-Mobile can be yours for monthly installment...

America’s fourth largest carrier, T-Mobile, has just announced the arrival of the LG G Watch R. The Android Wear offering will be up for grabs starting November 19, which is also when the Motorola Nexus 6 is expected to go on sale. The G Watch R, along with the Moto 360, is one of the very few circular display smartwatches available in the market. Pricing has been set at $299.99, making it one of the most expensive Android Wear smartwatches available today. The Korean manufacturer refreshed its smartwatch lineup within a few months,...

Samsung’s expensive curved display smartphone, the Galaxy Note Edge is now available for purchase through AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. The smartphone is also expected to arrive on Verizon, but there’s no specific word on when. Considering that three of the top four carriers are offering the device now, it shouldn’t take Verizon long to bring the device to its retail outlets. AT&T has priced the Galaxy Note Edge at $945 off contract or $399.99 with a two year agreement. You can also divide the payments in 20,...