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Now that T-Mobile’s JUMP! on Demand is here, are you switching? [Poll]

Yesterday saw the official launch of T-Mobile’s latest Uncarrier phase. As part 1 of #UncarrierAmped, T-Mo decided to give its JUMP! upgrades program a huge revamp. Rather than charge customers monthly for the right to upgrade when they liked, they decided to change it in to a more flexible phone lease program. Now, you’ll pay one monthly rental fee for a new smartphone and … [read full article]

T-Mo Microsoft Lumia 435 gets Windows 8.1 update 2

Microsoft’s Lumia 435 is one of the cheapest Windows Phone smartphones on the market and earlier today, Windows Phonw 8.1 update 2 started rolling out. If you have one of these budget smartphones check your settings menu for updates now. Once updated, your Lumia will be running software version 8.10.15148.160 which features a number of small tweaks to features and performance. The latest update lets you change your phone name by going to … [read full article]

LG Leon LTE just $79.92 from tomorrow, 2 for $100 and 4 for $100 extended until July 14th

T-Mobile has sent a couple of communications out to its retail staff regarding promotions. The one above features two offers available this weekend. One which, sadly, expired today but another kicks off tomorrow through Tuesday. From June 28th to June 30th, customers will be able to purchase the LG Leon LTE for under $80. That’s down from the original full retail price of $149. Not a bad deal at all for a phone … [read full article]

Tom Wheeler pushes against T-Mobile request for 40MHz reserve in 600MHz auction

News this morning from the Commission states that Tom Wheeler, the FCC’s chairman, is pushing against T-Mo’s request to raise the spectrum reserve in next year’s low-band auction. In a blog post today, Wheeler stated the following: “While some parties have petitioned the Commission to increase the size of the reserve, the draft Order on Reconsideration I am circulating today would maintain the reserve size at the current level. The … [read full article]

Everything you need to know about T-Mobile’s new JUMP! on Demand lease program

T-Mobile very recently announced its brand new version of JUMP!. Named JUMP! on Demand, instead of charging you extra on top of your EIP for the privilege of upgrading early, you’ll now lease a smartphone and upgrade whenever you like. Since it was announced we’ve been bombarded with questions, and I’ve been sent an internal communication (or five) that lays out virtually everything you … [read full article]

Uncarrier Amped beginning with a revamped JUMP! plan

Just a few seconds ago, John Legere tweeted out the first in today’s announcements. Or rather, teased at an announcement before then going on to explain. At time of beginning this post, he hadn’t yet said anything specific except that JUMP! is getting a revamp. This post is developing, I’ll keep adding information as I wade through it. UPDATE: T-Mobile has updated its newsroom page with the full press release, … [read full article]

“Blue screen of death” on your iPhone? You’re not alone

Yesterday afternoon, MacRumors reported on an issue supposedly plaguing a number of T-Mobile’s iPhone users. Many customers are complaining of seeing “blue screens of death” and random, frequent restarts. It’s a little unusual to say the least, and seemingly no one knows what has caused the issue. Devices affected include the iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6 and iPhone 5s. Katyovescoach on Reddit published the following: “Hey guys. So this morning … [read full article]

21GB “soft cap” quietly added to T-Mobile’s unlimited 4G LTE Simple Choice plans

It has come to our attention over the past few days – thanks to a couple of our readers – that T-Mobile has changed the fine print to its unlimited 4G LTE Simple Choice plans. Head on over to the individual plans or family plans page on T-Mobile’s website and you’ll see the following short line added at the bottom of the page: “*Unlimited 4G LTE customers who … [read full article]

Review: Newly Updated New York Times Android App

The New York Times recently updated its Android app to integrate the beauty of Material Design. They asked us to try it out and see the new, fluid navigation options of the updated app. It didn’t disappoint. This is a sponsored review of The New York Times App. For years, The New York Times has been the number one source of for those who seek quality content. The new app showcases the beautiful Material Design integration. Compared … [read full article]

T-Mobile teases Un-carrier Amped, series of “epic updates” rolling out from June 25th

T-Mobile just released a big teaser to let us know that something new is coming very soon from our favorite carrier. Unlike its previous major Un-carrier moves, it’s not being given a number (not yet anyway). Instead, it’s being dubbed “Un-carrier Amped”. Which to me says one thing – Supercharged versions of what it already has on the market. Over the next few weeks, T-Mobile is going to “amp up” several of its … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s latest #DefeatDuopoly video is just plain awesome

As you will undoubtedly know by now, T-Mobile is going to be taking part in one of the biggest wireless spectrum auctions America has ever seen. The 600MHz incentive auction is due to kick off next year and as things stand, the two biggest carriers look likely to swoop up the majority of the spectrum. As they did in the AWS-3 spectrum auction last year. While AT&T and Verizon are lobbying hard to … [read full article]