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Bayern Munich and T-Mobile team up to bring you free soccer content

Those of you familiar with the world of soccer will be aware of Bayern Munich. It’s one of the best teams in Europe – in fact – one of the best teams in the world. You’ll also know that for years now, the team’s jerseys have featured prominent Deutsche Telekom branding. T-Mobile’s majority stakeholder has long been one of the club’s biggest sponsors. And now that partnership between the two firms is set … [read full article]

Android 5.0 for T-Mobile Sony Xperia Z3 finally enters testing

After what seems like months of silence – and the fear of abandonment – the Z3 has moved one step closer to getting its long-awaited Android 5.0 Lollipop update. Only this morning, we checked the software updates page on T-Mobile’s support site and didn’t see any change in the Z3′s progress. But just a few hours later, one of our readers checked again and saw that it is now officially in “T-Mobile Testing” … [read full article]

Lumia 640 should arrive before T-Mobile’s “confirmed” July 16 release date

Late last week it seemed we had a concrete release date for the upcoming budget-friendly Lumia 640 smartphone by Microsoft. Although its popularity isn’t likely to be quite near the likes of the Galaxy S6 or iPhone 6, it certainly feels like there are plenty out there waiting to get their hands on the next great value Windows Phone. And from my time with it, that’s exactly what I think it is. It’s … [read full article]

[UPDATED X2] Android 5.0 update for T-Mobile Galaxy Tab S rolling out?

One of our readers got in touch this morning to inform us that the Android 5.0 Lollipop update for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S on T-Mobile is beginning its rollout today. And he must have caught it early because T-Mo’s general software updates progress page is still showing it as under “T-Mobile Testing”. Edit – At time of posting, the updates page didn’t have the information on the new software. … [read full article]

Perez Hilton gets behind T-Mobile’s #NeverSettleforVerizon campaign

After last week’s social networking setback, you’d forgive T-Mobile for backing out of its #NeverSettleforVerizon promotion. And with any ordinary wireless operator, that would be expected. But this is T-Mobile and John Legere we’re talking about here. When has this new, improved Uncarrier ever backed out of anything (unless it’s upsetting lots of customers)? Instead of dialing it back, John tweeted out a short video … [read full article]

Band 12 LTE spotted in south Austin, Texas

T-Mobile’s band 12, 700MHz LTE rollout is showing no signs of slowing down as we hear of yet another sighting of the stronger network. One of our readers from south Austin noticed much stronger signal than normal just a couple of days ago while using his Nexus 6. Curious to see the reason for the extra strength of his LTE signal, he turned to the LTE Discovery app and found that band 12 … [read full article]

Windows 10 for phones updates will arrive on all carriers’ phones simultaneously

If there’s one thing that’s frustrating about using carrier-locked Android phones, it’s waiting for software updates. Whether it’s having to wait months for the Android Lollipop software for the Note 4, or just waiting for a bug fix, it’s not the best consumer experience around. And it seems Microsoft will be taking a page from Apple’s book on this front in future devices. In a post on its Ignite blog, Microsoft confirmed that … [read full article]