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Samsung Says No To Ice Cream Sandwich On Original Galaxy S, Galaxy Tab 7″ Line

Samsung has just dropped some news that is likely to upset a lot of original Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab 7” owners unhappy. The company is arguing that because both devices lack sufficient RAM and ROM to run Ice Cream Sandwich, they cannot be expected to receive the update. This is a disappointing blow to owners of the original Galaxy S, who had expected their 1GHz Hummingbird processor and available memory … [read full article]

T-Mobile Reminds Us Of Their “Refer-A-Friend” Program, Earn Up To $250 In T-Mobile Gift Cards

It’s been a long time since we’ve heard any mention of T-Mobile’s “Refer-a-Friend” program but now it’s back under the spotlight as the Monthly4G referral offer ends January 8th. So how does all this work? Sign up at this link: Sign up Invite your friends to join T-Mobile via social networks and email When a referral of yours activates a new qualifying T-Mobile product or service, you and your friend are … [read full article]

With AT&T Out Of The Picture, Where Does T-Mobile Go Now?

I know there is a celebratory aura going around in the T-Mobile world today and employees especially are breathing sighs of relief. Here at TmoNews we’re definitely glad to see AT&T and their proposed takeover of T-Mobile go down the toilet. Now we turn our attention to the fact that T-Mobile still needs a plan and their options are plentiful, with most of them already well-known having been widely discussed as alternatives while … [read full article]

It’s Over, AT&T Drops Bid To Purchase T-Mobile, Will Pay Break-Up Fee

Here it is TmoNews readers and T-Mobile lovers, the news we’ve all been waiting for, hoping to hear and believing in. AT&T has dropped their bid to buy T-Mobile USA and will pay Deutsche Telekom the $4 billion dollar break-up fee. That’s one hell of a price for a bad first date. Viva la T-Mobile. AT&T will pay a total of $3 billion in cash plus around $1 billion in spectrum and the … [read full article]

(Updated With More Bug Fixes) Galaxy S II Software Update Begins Today, Wi-Fi Calling Included

I know Galaxy S II users were a little jealous by Mondays news of the HTC Amaze 4G software update that included Wi-Fi calling. Well be jealous no more Galaxy S II owners as your very own update is on the way beginning today giving you the very same Wi-Fi calling option. Galaxy S II devices will be upgraded to Android 2.3.5, software version T989VUVKL1 that includes the following enhancements: Caller … [read full article]

(Update: T-Mobile’s Official Deal Site Live) Full Detail Rundown For T-Mobile’s December 17th And 18th “4G Super Sale”

Update: On the heels of our report T-Mobile tweets the website for the “4G Super Sale.” Welcome to T-Mobile’s “4G Super Sale” on December 17th and 18th where you’ll find “all phones and select Mobile Broadband Devices, including the LG G-Slate, are available for a net down payment of $0.00 (after a mail-in rebate) when purchased with a qualified Unlimited Value Plan on a two-year contract.” In other words, your … [read full article]

HTC Amaze 4G Owners, Manual Update Pushing Out Wi-Fi Calling?

It’s a glorious day for HTC Amaze 4G owners as we’re getting word (thanks to some our Twitter followers) that a manual update leaking out introduces Wi-Fi calling. No word on whether the feature is actually working, however, given that the software update is out there, we’re one step closer to a total Wi-Fi calling solution. No word on any update for Galaxy S II owners. Developing…we’ll add more details as … [read full article]

T-Mobile Wants To Send Three Lucky Winners Home To Spend The Holidays With Loved Ones

T-Mobile wants to give three lucky winners a chance at winning round-trip airfare anywhere in the United States so they can spend the holidays with the ones they love. That’s right, three lucky winners will win round-trip airfare and all you have to do for your chance…is fill out a form on Facebook. There is a catch however, T-Mobile wants to know why you should be chosen as the winner and asks “Why … [read full article]