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With HTC officially bringing the unlocked model of the One M9 at midnight today (27 March, 12:01 AM ET), T-Mobile has just announced that it will also start taking pre-orders of the smartphone tomorrow. Bear in mind that this is only the pre-order from the carrier and actual availability will be somewhere close to April 10. The carrier mentions that the smartphone will be delivered to the customers before the official release date, which is good news for those hoping to pick up the handset from the carrier. The smartphone can be yours...

Samsung fans now have more reasons to get the Galaxy S6 from T-Mobile now. The carrier has just announced that it will offer buyers of the Galaxy S6 a free year’s worth of Netflix subscription. This is an innovative way to lure customers of the upcoming Samsung flagship towards T-Mobile as Netflix is one of the most widely used TV streaming services in the U.S. This essentially means that you’ll stand to save close to $96, at $7.99 per month which is the current monthly rental for Netflix. Not to mention the taxes that will...

Nexus 6 handsets with T-Mobile SIM cards recently started receiving the Android 5.1 update. But if you’re one of the few unlucky users who haven’t seen the update yet, you can now manually download them from the link provided here. All you have to do to do is download the file listed below and sideload it onto your smartphone and flash it using a custom recovery. This is not a factory image, so it’s much easier for newbies to download and install the ROM. Android 5.1 OTA for the T-Mobile Nexus 6 has been rolling out...

For those of you who might not remember, T-Mobile offers a free service to all customers called “Music Freedom.” This allows users who use select music services to stream all music without it using their data plan. Today, T-Mobile has added three new services to the program. These new services are Tidal Music, BandCamp, and MixCloud. While they might not be as popular as Spotify, Pandora, or others, it’s good to see T-Mobile expand the feature to smaller streaming companies. Here are all the streaming services that...

LG has already begun the Android 5.0 rollout for the unlocked versions of the LG G3. A new report now tells us that American carrier T-Mobile is currently working on the update, but for the LG G2 as well. The G2 has almost taken a backseat on our minds ever since the LG G3 was announced, so this report has certainly come as a surprise to us. AT&T and Sprint models of the LG G3 have already received the Android 5.0 update, so it’s only a matter of time until T-Mobile began the rollout as well. The fact that the carrier is currently...

Google released Android 5.1 in a stock form last week, and now the carriers are starting to issue updates with devices that have their SIM cards inside. Sprint and Verizon have released updates so far, and now T-Mobile is joining the club. This specific build of Android 5.1 is LYM47M, which is unique from the other updates. The radio version is still 01.02.95, instead of the more updated version 01.02.98, which is on Verizon. There’s no reason why the T-Mobile radio version is behind, but it will probably be updated after...

T-Mobile’s latest venture, Rollover Data, is clearly a hit with their postpaid user base. When the program was launched, T-Mobile gave all eligible users 10 GB of free rollover data and already 27% of those users have dipped into that bonus. Now, T-Mobile is bring that feature to select prepaid plans as well. T-Mobile’s newly-promoted CMO, Andrew Sherrard, announced this in a blog post earlier today. If you are on an eligible prepaid Simple Choice plan, this feature will automatically be placed onto your account on March...

The HTC One M7 from T-Mobile has already started receiving the Android 5.0 update. The company has now officially posted the Android 5.0 Lollipop RUU. This will let users flash the necessary files to their device to get Android 5.0 on the handset. An RUU file basically brings all the stock settings of a ROM to your HTC device. However, unlike a ROM, users don’t need an unlocked bootloader or a custom recovery installed to flash a RUU. The availability of this directly from HTC means a lot for the users who are still waiting...