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T-Mobile Says ‘No Thanks’ To Family Shared Data Plans

As Verizon ramped up their own planned shared data plans earlier this week, T-Mobile’s Senior Vice President of Marketing, Andrew Sherrard has taken to T-Mobile’s own blog to lay down the company’s position on shared family data plans. According to Sherrard’s posting, we shouldn’t expect to see shared family data plans on T-Mobile anytime soon and that’s just fine with me. It’s an interesting position and yet, Sherrard brings up some key … [read full article]

HTC Amaze 4G Orders Delayed Due To HTC Patent Battle?

Are the HTC/Apple patent wars are reaching the shores of T-Mobile-land? At least one customer attempting to purchase the HTC Amaze 4G through has been met with a surprising and ominous response. Up until a few hours ago, the US Customs hold on HTC products had only appeared to affect AT&T’s HTC One X and Sprint’s EVO 4G LTE orders. We’ve reached out to T-Mobile to try and confirm … [read full article]

T-Mobile CEO Philip Humm Updates The Troops On This Weeks Job Restructuring

It’s been a tough week for T-Mobile with the announcement of another piece of news surrounding some internal job restructuring as the company continues preparation for its 2012 challenger strategy. In this new message sent to T-Mobile employees earlier this afternoon, Humm reiterates the company’s commitment to adding 550 new jobs as well 1,000 new B2B positions. “We hope to retain many of our affected employees and are encouraging them … [read full article]

Amazon, Bluetooth SIG Help Confirm SGH-T999(v) As T-Mobile Bound Galaxy S III

I hope we’ve already passed the point of uncertainty as to whether T-Mobile will launch the Galaxy S III on their network in the near future. In fact, we’re already hearing rumblings of a mid-late June launch, which is right in line with other suspected launches in the US. Still, take any date you hear with a grain of salt until we see something a little more definitive on a launch date, … [read full article]

T-Mobile Formally Introduces New No-Contract Mobile Broadband Plans

T-Mobile formally introduces their newest offering with 4 new no-contract Mobile Broadband plans debuting on May 20th. T-Mobile customers will be able to enjoy T-Mobile’s “blazing-fast” 4G network across a variety of mobile broadband devices including tablets, mobile hotspots and laptop sticks. The three plan are pretty good for no-contract offerings: 300MB 1-week pass for $15 1.5GB 1-month pass for $25 3.5GB 1-month pass for $35 5GB 1-month pass for $50 … [read full article]

Windows Phone Owners And Haters Alike, Here’s A Lengthy List Microsoft Should Review

Warning: this article begs for a fanboy war in the comments and in this particular instance, I’m only asking to keep it clean as this is an interesting, if not completely subjective look at why Windows Phone may never be as successful as Android or even iOS without some drastic changes to the software. Don’t get me wrong, Windows Phone has incredibly smooth performance, but is that really enough to win over the masses? … [read full article]

HTC Sensation 4G Owners, Lost Your 4G Data After Ice Cream Sandwich Update? Here’s How To Get It Back

Just a brief update as I’ve heard from a few of you HTC Sensation 4G owners that after performing the Ice Cream Sandwich update yesterday, you lost your 4G data connection. Getting it back seems to be an easy fix: Go into settings, network and switch to WCDMA/GSM Auto and voilà, 4G is now enabled again, turning off mobile networks altogether and then turning them back on seems to work as … [read full article]

HTC One S Owners, Do You Like How Sense 4 Handles Multitasking?

Judging by both the “professional” and amateur reviews floating around the web, HTC One X and HTC One S owners are very happy with their devices overall. There is a lot to love with HTC’s new One series, though one “tweak” is seemingly causing a bit of a rebellion. So what is that tweak? How Sense 4 handles multitasking. If you’ve had your hands on HTC’s newest hardware, you’ll notice the most obvious change … [read full article]

T-Mobile Adding 550 New Positions, Hopes To Soften Blow Of Job Loss Reports

T-Mobile has posted a few brief updates to the unfortunate job cut story that made the rounds yesterday. As it stands now, the job “reductions” will result in a total net loss of 350 positions — and T-Mobile adds that it has plans to hire 550 new positions in the future. The 550 new positions are in addition to the 1000 new B2B positions T-Mobile plans to add to “aggressively” pursue … [read full article]

Hope You Speak Italian As The Galaxy S III Gets Unboxed On Video

With a European launch of the Galaxy S III happening in just under two weeks time, it was only a matter of time before at least one unboxing video popped up online. Thanks to Nicollo Rolli, Editor-in-Chief of Italian blog HD Network, we’ve got our first look. More important than just the unboxing aspect of this video however, is the comparison look as Rolli puts the Galaxy S III against the [read full article]