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T-Mobile’s Newest Commercial Shows Carly Rocking A Galaxy S III

T-Mobile’s newest advertisement shows off the Galaxy S III, a rooftop, a rock-band and Carly. Do you really need to know anything else before clicking the “play” button? T-Mobile introduces the revolutionary Samsung Galaxy S III. Built for sharing, this advanced smartphone helps you capture the fun and important events in your life with stunning photos and videos, helping you to quickly and easily share … [read full article]

Bloomberg Report Says T-Mobile USA Will Get iPhone Next Year

Here’s an interesting Bloomberg report indicating that T-Mobile USA could use parent company Deutsche Telekom’s existing sales agreement with Apple to sell the iPhone in 2013. That’s the word on the analyst street says Sanford C. Bernstein’s Craig Moffett. Moffett says Apple and Deutsche Telekom are “increasingly likely” to reach an agreement for Deutsche Telekom’s US brand to sell the iPhone sometime next year. T-Mobile is already struggling to keep contract customers, often blaming … [read full article]

T-Mobile Announces Back-To-School Promotions, Samsung 4G Galaxy Smartphone Sale

T-Mobile is announcing their newest round of back-to-school promotions with, beginning July 11th with a variety of options for new and existing customers to help with back-to-school planning including: Buy-One-Get-One (BOGO) Samsung Galaxy 4G promotion: offers customers who purchase any Samsung Galaxy 4G device a second select Samsung Galaxy 4G smartphone for free. Add a line for $5: When signing up for a new two-year contract on T-Mobile’s Family Classic Unlimited … [read full article]

T-Mobile Pilot Trial Will Start Moving Customers Off 2G Network With Upgrade Incentives

Looks like T-Mobile is beginning to kick their network refarm into another gear as a new piece of intel hits our inbox suggesting T-Mobile will begin a “3G Device Upgrade Pilot” for select cities in the US. Beginning July 9th and running through July 30th, select residents of Los Angeles, Boston, New York City, DC, and Miami will take part in a pilot to cut the number of 2G devices on T-Mobile’s … [read full article]

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Code Released To Android Open Source Project

Want to take a look at the Android 4.1 source code? Good news, now you can as Google releases the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) for everyone to look at it, check, dissect, and enjoy. Word came from Android Open Source Project guru Jean-Baptiste Queru, that the company has released binaries for the Galaxy Nexus and Nexus 7, with the code for the Nexus S and Motorola Xoom to follow. The release is … [read full article]

Samsung Galaxy Note Accessories Begin Trickling Into T-Mobile Retail Owned Stores

It’s not always a perfect indicator of a device arriving soon, but the arrival of Samsung Galaxy Note accessories into T-Mobile owned retail stores is a good sign. Accessories can often arrive weeks before a phone launches, although on the same hand they can arrive a day or two before launch. Is it possible that Galaxy Note accessories are arriving in time for the … [read full article]

Samsung’s Newest Ads For The Galaxy S III Show Off All Share, Share Shot

Samsung’s showing off some more Galaxy S III specific features with a trio of new ads, highlighting all the sharing options available on their new flagship device. Instead of focusing on how the device is better than an iPhone, this time the ads focus on All Share Group Shot, All Share Play and Share Shot — all device specific features solving problems for Galaxy S III owners. Intuitive, stylish and … [read full article]

ZTE-Manufactured Device Bound For T-Mobile Pops Up On FCC Website

Enter the T-Mobile Aspect, a ZTE-manufacturered device just discovered passing through the hallowed halls of the FCC under the name ZTE F555. As the device appears to only have AWS/1900 on board for 3G/4G access, we’re pretty sure we’re looking at a feature phone, not a smartphone. For the most part, since the end of 2011, T-Mobile’s smartphones have featured at least 850/AWS/1900 on board and as this ZTE device doesn’t seem to … [read full article]

Go Get It: Galaxy Nexus Back In Google Play Store

Wonderful news this afternoon as the Galaxy Nexus is once again available from the Google Play store after the lifting of the injunction imposed against the device earlier in the week.  Still, even with its triumphant return to the store, buyers will have to wait between two and three weeks to get it. The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit court suspended the ban on the handset yesterday after [read full article]