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Simple Starter Plan just one of three phases: Next up, discounted tablets and buy-now-pay-later EIP?

A short while ago, T-Mobile announced a brand new Simple Starter plan, giving those with lower budgets and first-time postpaid customers the opportunity to get on the postpaid ladder. But, as T-Mo’s official announcement stated, this is just “Day One of Three”. Following the announcement we received information from our sources claiming that at least … [read full article]

(Update: Legere’s in on the act) Mike Sievert teases Uncarrier 5.0, promises “big throw-down”

It seems like ages since we got the last major Uncarrier phase at CES in January this year. Three months can certainly seem like a long time in tech. But just to reassure us that phase 4.0 wasn’t the last, Mike Sievert, the company CMO teased the upcoming major changes last night. Uncarrier 5.0 is coming very soon: It’s time for another big throw-down from T-Mo. We’re changing wireless for the better, again. … [read full article]

T-Mobile LG L90 scheduled for release on April 23rd

At the end of February, @evleaks gave us a sneak preview of the LG L90 that’s on its way to T-Mobile. At the time we didn’t have any indication as to when it was going to be available. We simply had an image of a T-Mobile-branded version. Today, we’ve been sent an internal document showing when the device will be available for sale: April 23rd. The screenshot above was taken from this … [read full article]

Windows Phone lineup on Tmo set to get a new addition? Nokia “Monarch” incoming

Yesterday, the prolific leakster of all things mobile, @evleaks revealed that T-Mobile is set to get a new face in its Windows Phone lineup. Sadly, we didn’t get an image. Simply the message: “Nokia Monarch headed to T-Mobile”. We’re convinced the “Monarch” moniker is a code-name for a future Lumia device, but not at all sure what it is. Is it the next high-end Lumia set to launch … [read full article]

T-Mobile Advantage corporate discount scheme in its current state set to end

T-Mobile is about to get rid of its current T-Mobile Advantage corporate discount scheme. At least in its current state. As it stands, various companies, education providers and organizations partner with Tmo to offer their employees cheaper plans at varying levels. Advantage offers a 15% monthly discount on plan rates. But that’s all set to change next month. First to tip us of these changes was @CellPhonius. Following his contact, our … [read full article]

HTC One M8 leaks in T-Mobile flavor

HTC’s next One has been the subject to incredible speculation an leaks over the past couple of months. In fact, I’ve purposefully not shared all the leaks with you. If you think reading about them over and over again gets boring, you should try writing about them. I’ve done it with the iPhone over at TodaysiPhone.com for years, and it gets old pretty quickly. Regardless, this past week has seen a lot of high quality images. Sadly … [read full article]

Briefly: The 7 countries being added to Simple Choice Global International roaming list

As you read here towards the end of last week, T-Mobile’s making some changes to its Simple Choice plans. They include more data, Stateside international texting and more countries have been added to the included international roaming. The list now includes 122 countries, instead of the previous 115. Those countries/principalities are as follows: Afghanistan … [read full article]

T-Mobile compatible HTC One (M8) registered with FCC

In three weeks, HTC is set to announce its next flagship device. By now, we all know that. And thanks to that leaked video, we all know what to expect. The long-rumored device will feature many of the design influences and hardware from the original HTC One, but with a slightly different shape. But what you guys really wanted to know is: Is it coming to T-Mobile? Answer: Yes. SlashGear uncovered set of … [read full article]

Deposits dropping once more for lower credit classes for BYOD and SIM-onlt

Just under a month ago, we reported that T-Mobile had changed its deposit pricing based on credit classes. Deposits were dropped to just $50 for credit classes N, H and D, whereas class I was dropped to $50 for the first 3 lines, with a $100 required for lines 4 and 5. These changes went live on February 7th. From March 5th, it looks like they’re changing again. We’ve received some information claiming that deposits are … [read full article]