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Big News From Google, Unlocked Galaxy Nexus Now Available For Just $399.99

Whoa, big big news from Google as they release an unlocked Galaxy Nexus device available directly from the Google Play store for $399.99. This unlocked, pentaband device supports HSPA+ 21Mbps and will work perfectly on T-Mobile’s network. As you see in the picture, T-Mobile is even highlighted as a supporting network along with other GSM carriers in the United States. This is an incredible offer and easily the best price we’ve seen on … [read full article]

What’s The Next Samsung Android For You? Galaxy Note Or Galaxy S III?

Just work with me for a moment here and let’s assume that both devices are a done deal on T-Mobile. I’m not saying that they are and I don’t know anything that I haven’t already posted, but let’s just assume for a moment, in a perfect T-Mobile world, they are both arriving on Magenta. Which one are you more likely to pick up? I suppose those question ignores devices like the HTC … [read full article]

What Is The Samsung SGH-T879? Could It Be The Galaxy Note For T-Mobile?

So here’s the thing, we can’t absolutely, positively say that this user agent string and the Samsung SGH-T879 model number is a T-Mobile variant of the Galaxy Note. What we can say is that there isn’t another Samsung device on the market with a screen resolution of 800 x 1280. We can say that SGH-T8x9 is normally reserved for tablets. We can say the bluetooth doc relating the SGH-T879 originally called this a variant … [read full article]

HTC One S On T-Mobile, The TmoNews Preview

Update: I’ve left the review as is, however, after reaching out to T-Mobile with concerns over the speed, I was told that review devices were not yet provisioned for T-Mobile’s HSPA+ 42 network. That would completely explain my experience and it’s not uncommon to see this happen with review devices. They are often preliminary or non-final versions of devices customers can purchase. T-Mobile provided me with the following statement:  During your review of … [read full article]

T-Mobile TestDrive Website Now Live And Ready For Your —- Test Drive

Update: Perhaps calling this a “cop-out” was a little too strange of language, but I stand by my assertion that this is wrong and that T-Mobile should test 4G against 4G or not at all. I hope T-Mobile recognizes that their strength lies in comparable speeds, but really shakes things up when it comes to value.  T-Mobile’s TestDrive website is now live and I will say at first glance, I’m disappointed. I’ll just … [read full article]

T-Mobile, AT&T Win Top Honors In PC World Speed Test Report

T-Mobile and AT&T have taken top honors in PC World’s most recent 13-city study breaking down the speeds of the nation’s top four wireless carriers. The study involved “snapshot measurements of wireless service in 13 cities — Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New Orleans, New York, San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle and Washington, D.C.” T-Mobile’s HPSA+ 21 network took the crown on the 3G side, reaching average download speeds … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s First Commercial For The Brand New Carly Is Live

Here we go…after 24 hours of buildup, I can’t wait to see how you all respond to this. Introducing, Carly — the Magenta biker bad-ass. No more Mr. Nice Girl indeed. Time To Set The Record Straight. What do you get when you combine America’s Largest 4G Network™ with T-Mobile’s newest and fastest 4G smartphones? Speed. Get ready. It’s time to rethink everything. It’s time for fast. Does this commercial make you stand up and scream … [read full article]

T-Mobile Officially Hints At New Marketing Campaign With Carly, “No More Mr. Nice Girl”

I’d say this all but confirms our own early info that T-Mobile is preparing a brand new marketing campaign dubbed “No More Mr. Nice Girl.” After last night’s YouTube tease, I told you to keep an eye on the leather outfit Carly had on as you notice that very same outfit in the image above. Carly and that motorcycle are going to make definite appearances in T-Mobile’s next set of commercials. In … [read full article]