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Leaked Galaxy S7 and S7 edge renders may give us a clear look at Samsung’s upcoming flagships

It’s expected that the Samsung Galaxy S7 will make its official debut next month, but as is usually the case with highly anticipated smartphones, the GS7 has leaked out before its announcement. Images that claim to show both the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge have found their way online. Shared by Evan Blass on VentureBeat, the renders show two phones that look largely similar to … [read full article]

T-Mobile Half-Off Smartphone Event will get you 50 percent off a second phone when you buy one

As expected, T-Mobile has officially announced the Half-Off Smartphone Event. Just as its name suggests, the promotion will let you get 50 percent off a new smartphone after buying one device. The devices eligible for the Half-Off Smartphone Event include the Samsung Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy S6 edge+, Galaxy Note 5, LG G4, LG V10, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone … [read full article]

BlackBerry Priv launching today at T-Mobile

Months after rumors suggested that the BlackBerry Priv might launch at T-Mobile, the Android slider has officially hit Magenta’s shelves. You can now buy the BlackBerry Priv from T-Mobile’s online store, and you should also start seeing it in your friendly neighborhood T-Mo store. Full retail pricing for the Priv is $719.99, but if you’d rather not pay nearly one thousand Benjamins all at once, … [read full article]

T-Mobile uses colorful balls to compare its LTE coverage to Verizon’s in new ad

After releasing a Pop-Up Video-style response to Verizon’s colorful balls ad a few days ago, T-Mobile today unleashed a new ad of its own. The ad, titled “Verizon’s Secret,” says that it’s giving “the rest of the story” from Verizon’s own colorful balls ad. In the commercial, T-Mobile says that the LTE service that Verizon has added in the past two years covers five million people, while the LTE service … [read full article]

T-Mobile #BallBusterChallenge kicks off next week, here’s more info on the testing

After announcing the #BallBusterChallenege yesterday, T-Mobile has now spilled some more details on where the challenge be headed and how it’ll work. The #BallBusterChallenege will kick off in Seattle, Wash., on January 26 and then travel south to Santa Clara, Calif., the week of February 1. Afterward, T-Mobile will hit up cities throughout the US, including towns “where some people might not expect to find T-Mobile’s network.” T-Mobile will be tweeting … [read full article]

BlackBerry Priv confirmed to be launching at T-Mobile on January 26

Way back in August 2015, we first heard that the BlackBerry Priv would launch at T-Mobile. And five months later, that bit of information has finally been confirmed. BlackBerry and T-Mobile announced today that the Priv will launch at T-Mobile on January 26. Pricing hasn’t been disclosed, but BlackBerry sells unlocked Priv units for $699, and so T-Mobile’s asking price probably won’t be too far off. The good news is … [read full article]

Binge On criticisms continue with EFF report that says T-Mobile’s service is ‘just throttling’

Binge On has been the target of a lot of criticism lately, most notably from YouTube, which said that T-Mobile was “throttling all video services” on its network. Now another big report has come out that condemns T-Mo’s big Un-carrier move. The Electronic Frontier Foundation today published a new report on Binge on that says that, … [read full article]

T-Mobile says YouTube’s portrayal of Binge On as throttling is ‘misleading’

Last week when YouTube criticized T-Mobile for “throttling” its video with Binge On, T-Mobile responded by saying that customers love Binge On and that the service is in line with FCC regulations. Now T-Mo is further defending Binge On with another statement on the matter. T-Mobile told DSLReports that it’s “misleading” to refer to what Binge … [read full article]