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Earlier today, T-Mobile announced a very attractive unlimited data offer to customers switching over from either of the top 3 networks. And now, merely hours later, Sprint has announced a new fully unlimited plan which is a good $20 cheaper than what T-Mobile has to offer. According to this new plan, new Sprint customers can get unlimited data at a monthly cost of $60 while T-Mobile charges $80 for the same privilege. As Sprint mentions in its comparison chart, the likes of AT&T and Verizon don’t have an unlimited option,...

Only a few days after Sprint announced its revised family plans, T-Mobile has launched something of its own in a bid to take down the competition. The carrier is offering free LTE data for over an year to customers who switch over to T-Mobile from AT&T, Sprint or Verizon. Existing customers will have to add a lifeline to their account and both customers will get these data benefits. For those who are already on the unlimited data plans, the carrier will offer a credit of $10 on the monthly bill for an year. You can find the complete...

  If you’re a T-Mobile customer who has a lot of users on their account, this news should excite you. Starting now, you can have up to 10 different lines on your account, up from the previous maximum of 5. This is a great change for users who have large families or friends who have the same bill, but don’t want to be on Sprint (who has their own Framily 10 line plans). However, you can only create up to six lines on the T-Mobile website. If you want more than 6 lines, you need to either go to your local T-Mobile store...

While we’ve already published more than 30 support articles that answered questions and provided solutions to Galaxy S3 problems sent to us by our readers, we find it necessary to publish support articles for carrier-specific devices. Apparently, this is the 3rd part of our T-Mobile Galaxy S3 Problems series. So, if you are under the same carrier and currently bugged by problems with your device, please take time to browse this page for related problems. If you cannot find your issue addressed here, please browse through the first...

Boost Mobile has just launched the midrange LG Realm handset through its retail channels starting today for just $79.99. Considering the price it’s selling for, the LG Realm is a very good bargain as there are multiple comparable options in the market today. The device comes with LG’s proprietary custom UI skin on top of Android 4.4 KitKat with features such as Knock Code, Q Memo etc making it a decent offering for the price. Hardware wise, the LG Realm sports a 4.5 inch 720p display, a 5-megapixel camera on the back, a 1.2...

As was seen yesterday in leaked screenshots, T-Mobile’s Device Unlock app is now live in Google Play. If you haven’t seen the previous leaks of the app, it allows you to either permanently unlock your device or unlock it for 30 days if you intend to travel outside of the United States. For now though, the app only works on the Samsung Galaxy Avant, but that will probably be fixed in a future update. In order to be eligible for the permanent unlock, you will presumably have to have paid off the entire price of your smartphone...

With unlocking finally becoming legal in the U.S., customers have been wondering how the carriers will support this feature by default. And now, T-Mobile’s dedicated unlocking app for Android has leaked out in screenshots, revealing everything we need to know about the tool. It allows users to lock the devices temporarily or perform a permanent unlock which will allow customers to switch to other compatible GSM networks. This app was reportedly found on a test unit of the Samsung Galaxy Avant, but it goes without saying that the...

American carrier T-Mobile has announced that it is now the top prepaid network in the U.S. surpassing Sprint, AT&T and Verizon quite comfortably. With a total tally of 15.64 million customers, T-Mobile has crossed Sprint which has a total of 15.19 million subscribers on its prepaid networks as of recently. The CEO of T-Mobile, John Legere, was quite optimistic about the company’s future, claiming that they could overtake Sprint to become the third largest carrier (postpaid+prepaid) by the end of the year. That’s quite...