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Jelly Bean Update For T-Mobile Galaxy S III Leaks

While we’re expect Samsung to start releasing Jelly Bean update for their Galaxy S III models sometime after their August 29th Unpacked event, we haven’t seen a lot in the way of official carrier updates leak out, especially for T-Mobile. This leaked build, JRO03L, is nearly finished but still has a few issues, mainly the inability to use Wi-Fi calling and that’s likely due to this file originating from Samsung and not … [read full article]

T-Mobile Places Right In The Middle In Newest JD Power Network Study

The newest JD Power report, the 2012 US Wireless Network Quality Performance Study shows that T-Mobile places somewhere in the middle when it comes overall wireless network quality. The study “is based on 10 problem areas that affect the customer experience (in order of importance): dropped calls; calls not connected; audio issues; failed/late voicemails; lost calls; text transmission failures; late text message notifications; Web connection errors; email connection errors; and slow downloads. … [read full article]

FCC Approves Verizon’s AWS Purchase, T-Mobile Spectrum Swap

With the Department of Justice’s stamp of approval just a week old, the FCC has given their own seal of approval to Verizon’s proposed $3.6 billion purchase of SpectrumCo AWS spectrum. Part of the FCC’s conditions for approval was a spectrum swap between Verizon and T-Mobile, which would allow T-Mobile to cover an additional 60 million people. Along with the additional pop coverage, T-Mobile will also be able to deploy LTE in … [read full article]

Want To See How The Samsung Galaxy S III Design Came To Life?

A brand new five-minute video from Samsung highlights just how different the Galaxy S III is from different Samsung smartphones. From being inspired by pebbles on the beach, the organic curvature of the casing, to the countless prototypes that led to the final design, Samsung’s Galaxy S III is undoubtedly a beautiful device. The video also highlights some of the technical details involved in creating the curved design as well as the … [read full article]

(Updated )Costco Places The Samsung Galaxy Note On Closeout, What Gives?

Update: T-Mobile sent out a brief statement regarding the availability of the Galaxy Note:  “The Samsung Galaxy Note is currently out of stock online via www.T-Mobile.com however the device is still available for purchase at select T-Mobile retail stores.” Ok, so now this is getting a little more mysterious as Costco.com now has the Samsung Galaxy Note for T-Mobile on closeout. This is after the Galaxy Note disappears from T-Mobile’s website, … [read full article]

T-Mobile Announces The ZTE Concord, Their Most Affordable No-Contract Android Smartphone

T-Mobile just announced the availability of the T-Mobile Concord, their most affordable no annual contract Android smartphone option. The Concord is perfect for customers interested in moving up into the smartphone world, with a price of just $99.99 on any qualifying Monthly4G plan. The T-Mobile Concord can also be paired with any Walmart Family Mobile plan with no annual contract for just $99.98.   Full Press Release: T-Mobile Expands Its No Annual Contract … [read full article]

Samsung Galaxy Exhibit 4G Receiving Maintenance Update

T-Mobile’s Galaxy Exhibit 4G, formerly known as the Exhibit II 4G, formerly known as the device T-Mobile rebranded for unknown reasons is set to receive a minor software update. Regardless of the name, the device will receive a maintenance update with a few bug fixes and improvements. Sorry, no Ice Cream Sandwich here for you Exhibit 4G owners, but any update that brings “device stability improvements” and “bug fixes” is just fine … [read full article]

T-Mobile To Carry Nokia’s New “Arrow” Windows Phone 8 Smartphone?

According to sources from The Verge, Nokia will unveil two new Windows Phone 8 devices during their September 5th event. The first device, the Nokia “Arrow” will be announced along with the “Phi” handset. Both devices are a part of Nokia’s Lumia lineup, and the “Arrow” and “Phi” as codenames. AT&T is said to carry the Nokia Phi handset exclusively as a “hero” device, expected to feature a large curved display as the … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s Website Shows Upcoming Support Links For Galaxy S Relay 4G

T-Mobile’s website is finally giving away some Galaxy S Relay 4G tidbits, even if it’s only as minimal as “confirming” the existence of the device. Before anyone runs away with themselves, the very last section on this page lists a few specs — those are for the Galaxy S III and are undoubtedly here as placeholders. You’ve been warned that those are not the final specs as best as we can tell for … [read full article]

Poll: Will You Jump On T-Mobile’s Unlimited Data Plan?

With the resurrection of a truly unlimited plan by T-Mobile, we’re already eager to see how the company markets the plan as it approaches the September 5th launch. Before we concern ourselves with that, here’s my question for you — will you jump on this plan? Will you jump on it right away? Will you ignore it and continue with your current rate plan? With T-Mobile’s unlimited data option, T-Mobile plans to … [read full article]

Samsung Galaxy Note Missing From T-Mobile Website

In the last 24 hours, a number of you have noticed that the Samsung Galaxy Note is mysteriously absent from T-Mobile’s (and Walmart’s) website. We’ve spent a bit of time considering the reasons it could be gone and while some of you may like to think it’s because of the upcoming Galaxy Note II announcement — we’re betting it’s just out of stock. If that is the case, why T-Mobile doesn’t just … [read full article]

T-Mobile Confirms New ‘Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data’ Plan With Press Release

After breaking this to the world just hours ago, T-Mobile has confirmed the upcoming release of their “Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data” plan. I’ll refer you back to our earlier post tonight for all the relevant details or the official press release below.   Full Press Release: T-Mobile Unleashes Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data Starting Sept. 5, T-Mobile will be the only carrier with a nationwide 4G network to offer unlimited nationwide 4G data … [read full article]