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T-Mobile has just rolled out a minor firmware update for the HTC One M7 starting earlier yesterday. Unsurprisingly, the update doesn’t introduce Android 5.0 yet, which isn’t expected to land until next month. It is said that this OTA update will roll out from now until the 30th of January, so the timing of its arrival could differ from each device. The update changes the software version to 6.10.531.10. The update will bring a fix to the audio issue during phone calls, which is good news for the customers. Keeping this in...

Customers can now get the HTC Nexus 9 with LTE from T-Mobile after the initial batch of sales were delayed. The coveted Nexus tablet can be yours for $599.76 off contract for the 32GB model with LTE. You can also choose to pay the due amount in monthly instalments of $24.99 each for a period of two years. The LTE Nexus 9 has eluded customers for quite a while now, but it’s good to know that the device can finally be bought through a major carrier in the U.S. Strangely, the tablet is still not available for purchase from the Play...

In a move that’s likely to counter the deals offered by their competitors, T-Mobile is once again launching new deals for families on data plans. They’re even discounting the truly unlimited data plans. First, T-Mobile is bringing back a familiar promotion. During the past summer of 2014, T-Mobile ran an offer for a family of four to get 10 GB of data for $100 per month. This deal is back, and it’s exactly the same. If you choose this plan, each person gets 2.5 GB of LTE data before their speed is slowed. When 2016...

The Samsung Galaxy S4 from T-Mobile is now getting a minor firmware patch with the addition of Chinese language support. The Samsung Galaxy Avant has also received an update which brings similar changes to the fore. The Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 on the other hand is reportedly receiving some stability related improvements. T-Mobile is rolling out the updates simultaneously, so you should have the updates by now. There are no other visible changes in the update changelog, so don’t get excited just yet. The Galaxy Avant is the most recent...

Despite being in the market for almost 9 months, the HTC One M8 is still one of the best devices available today. And to make the device an even better offering for prospective buyers, T-Mobile has decided to slash $50 from the off contract pricing of the device. This brings the cost down to just $545.44 which is not all that cheap, but still quite a lot of savings on a flagship product. T-Mobile is also offering the discount on the Windows Phone 8 version of the One M8, which is worth a look as well. Both smartphones can be bought...

Reports from a couple of days ago mentioned that Google could be looking to launch the LTE Nexus 9 today. But it seems like those reports were premature as the carrier has delayed the launch of the new Nexus tablet. T-Mobile hasn’t mentioned the reasons for the delay but has promised to provide more word as and when it becomes available. So if you were hoping to get your hands on a T-Mobile branded HTC Nexus 9 by the end of the holidays, you’re going to be disappointed. Google has the habit of launching the WiFi models of...

T-Mobile has just announced the arrival of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 in a press release. Samsung’s premier tablet will make its way to the carrier’s outlets and online store on December 10. The carrier has priced the tablet at $649.92 outright while customers can also get the device in 24 monthly installments of $27.08. The tablet has been available from other carriers in the U.S., so its arrival is not really a surprise to us. The Galaxy Tab S 10.5 features a 10.5 inch 2K resolution AMOLED display, 3GB of RAM, an 8-megapixel...

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...