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T-Mobile Takes Jabs At New AT&T Shared Data Plans

With T-Mobile already hitting Verizon on their recently announced Share Everything plans, they’re turning their attention to AT&T’s morning announcement of their own shared data plans unveiling in late August. Penned by T-Mobile’s Direct of Product Marketing, Harry Thomas, T-Mobile points out that AT&T’s plans are costly, complicated and overall just not good for the customer. Read the statement below: Slashgear   Full Statement:   “Unlike … [read full article]

T-Mobile Blog Post Highlights Newest Commercial Featuring Network

So, it’s true that we’ve already posted this T-Mobile advertisement — except this time we’re adding in a special word from T-Mobile Senior Vice President of Brand & Advertising Peter DeLuca. Thanks to a press release sent out this afternoon, T-Mobile is letting us all know that Carly strapped on some motorcycle leather, hopped on a 1000cc Ducati super-bike “symbolizing the speed and capability of T-Mobile’s 4G network.” Watch it again, for … [read full article]

CyanogenMod Releases Preview Builds For CM10 On The Galaxy S III

Galaxy S III owners looking to get some CyanogenMod 10 action in their life should take note of a new preview build now available for the Galaxy S III. As with all preview builds, this is definitely not a fully baked recipe for CM10, but the preview builds are available over on XDA-Developers. With a preview build, anyone willing to take the leap should recognize that almost nothing is guaranteed to … [read full article]

T-Mobile Nexus S Users Be On The Lookout For Jelly Bean

T-Mobile customers using a Nexus S device should be on the lookout for a possible Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update. We’re urging a bit of patience as so far this news extends only to Nexus S devices overseas and Google has said nothing about US availability for any update today. However, Vodafone Australia is reporting the update for their customers will out sometime around 1:00pm AEST July 19th, which is actually July 18th … [read full article]

T-Mobile Introduces $50 “Open Europe Plan” For International Business Travelers

T-Mobile’s continued efforts to reinvigorate its business-2-business unit has just been graced with a brand new Europe-wide 500MB roaming plant or $50 per line. The half-gig of data is available on both 3G and 4G networks Europe-wide and just like inside the US, hitting your data limit will lead to throttling rather than overage charges. The plan is available in 28 countries, including … [read full article]

The HTC HD2 Now Runs Jelly Bean, That’s Right, The HTC HD2

The HTC HD2 is officially the phone that just won’t die as the members of XDA Developers have ported Jelly Bean over to the original Windows Mobile handset. That’s right, this phone takes us back to the days of Windows Mobile, even before we knew what Windows Phone was. Given that Android 4.0 has already been seen running on the HD2, Jelly Bean isn’t a huge stretch of the imagination, but it’s … [read full article]

Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G Update Prepares Device For Ice Cream Sandwich

Look out Galaxy S Blaze 4G fans as Ice Cream Sandwich is finally coming your way, there’s just one maintenance update standing in-between. As of today, July 16th, T-Mobile will be pushing an OTA update to your device sometime between now and August 5th. Including in the list of improvements is: E911 issue over Wi-Fi resolved Echo issue when on Hearing Aid Compatibility (HAC) … [read full article] Web-Only Sale Selling HTC One S For $24.99 Through July 15th

I don’t generally post special offers anymore as they are an almost daily occurrence, but the HTC One S selling for just $24.99, that’s worthwhile mention. Sure, it would be nice if the Galaxy S III was selling for this price, but the HTC One S is arguably the “second-best” Android handset in T-Mobile’s lineup now. I’ll leave it to you guys to decide what … [read full article]