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Samsung Exhibit II 4G Dummy Phones Arriving In Stores

The Samsung Exhibit 4G is likely to fly under the radar of the Galaxy S II launch but still be a super solid addition to the mid-range Android line-up for T-Mobile. It  was just last week that we finally managed to learn the release name of the “Samsung Ancora” and at the same time get a quick look at the device through some leaked press images. Well we’re adding an even … [read full article]

T-Mobile And LG Announce The LG DoublePlay, Dual-Screens And More

T-Mobile and LG have announced the LG DoublePlay, an exclusive addition to the T-Mobile lineup featuring dual-touch screens powered by T-Mobile’s 4G network. The DoublePlay is the “ultimate multitasking handset with dual touch-screens, allowing users to simultaneously email, text, surf the web, check in on various social networks and more.” The DoublePlay (previously known to the world as the Flip II) is powered by Android 2.3 and features a 3.5″ main display … [read full article]

T-Mobile Adds New Monthly4G Plans, Special $30 Plan Now Live

T-Mobile’s newest additions to their Monthly4G lineup are now alive and online. Starting today, October 16th T-Mobile is introducing three brand new additions to their already popular Monthly4G lineup. A new $60/month plan featuring Unlimited Talk, Text and Unlimited Web (first 2GB of data at 4G speeds) A new $30/month T-Mobile.com/Wal-Mart only exclusive plan featuring 100 minutes, Unlimited Text and Unlimited Web (first 5GB of data at 4G speeds) … [read full article]

(Updated) T-Mobile Offering The HTC Wildfire S To Customers Canceling Over iPhone 4S?

Update: Now, anyone who has ever called retentions knows that the offers will vary based on the caller, tenure, upgrade eligibility etc. Still, this offer seems released specifically in response to the iPhone 4S which makes it worth noting. There are other offers we’ve been hearing in the last few hours that far and away offer a compelling reason to stick with T-Mobile. The HTC Wildfire S has been added to the list of … [read full article]

T-Mobile myTouch, myTouch Q And LG DoubleplayDummy Phones Arrive In T-Mobile Stores

T-Mobile’s newest entrances into their mid-range Android lineup all have an expected launch date of November 2nd which provides us with plenty of time to find as many “in the wild” shots as we can hope for. We’ve already managed to get a few snapshots of the phones hanging around this week and now we’re back with a look at a couple more live T-Mobile myTouch images and a quick look … [read full article]

AT&T Responds To FCC Concerns Over Jobs, Says “Thousands Will Be Created”

Following Thursday’s letter to AT&T from the FCC asking AT&T for more information regarding the creation of jobs in the United States following a T-Mobile takeover, AT&T has responded in kind. AT&T replied and stated that it “is aware that the Commission has requested addition information about the job related effects of the transaction,” and that AT&T “…intends to respond fully to that request.” AT&T has long said one of the … [read full article]

MetroPCS Thinks They Can Steal Carly Away From Magenta

This MetroPCS “attack” ad is hardly the first time we’ve seen a small regional carrier attempt to poke fun at T-Mobile’s sorrows but this time, they’re trying to steal Carly. I’m not having any of that. Nobody steals Carly. So listen up Ranjit and Chat, you can make fun of T-Mobile all you want but when you try and steal our most valuable player, you better bring more than a phone-in”tech and talk” help show. On … [read full article]

FCC Asks AT&T How T-Mobile Deal Will Add More Jobs

The Federal Communications Commission has formally requested, via letter that AT&T supply the FCC with more information regarding it’s proposed takeover of T-Mobile. Specifically, the FCC wants to see all the data AT&T has over the last 5 years regarding its workforce and job creation. The FCC has informed AT&T that previously requested information and responses sent by AT&T were incomplete causing the FCC to once again request official data. The FCC … [read full article]

T-Mobile Stores Receiving New Monthly4G Brochures Ahead Of Revamp

With just a few more days till October 16th and T-mobile’s planned Monthly4G revamp, T-Mobile retail stores are beginning to receive brochures for display. Sunday also marks the introduction of T-Mobile’s joint effort with Wal-Mart to introduce a $30 Monthly4G rate plan offering unlimited text and web as well 100 voice minutes. T-Mobile retail brochures as pictured above make no mention of the special offer from Wal-Mart that can only … [read full article]

T-Mobile Galaxy Tab 10.1 Hand-On From Fall CTIA 2011

For those of you who have already seen the Galaxy Tab 10.1 either in person or online, the T-Mobile version won’t have very many surprises. So what is different about the T-Mobile version? Start with some “T-Mobile” and “4G” branding, throw in a 4G radio and you’ve got a T-Mobile version of the Galaxy Tab 10.1. The skinny size here is undoubtedly one of the biggest reasons to check out Samsung’s premium tablet as it sports … [read full article]

HTC Radar 4G Hands-On Video

Chalk up yet another hands on video of an upcoming T-Mobile phone we’ve been eager to see in the form of the HTC Radar 4G. Once again our friend Hairon Baker landed the 64 second clip of the Radar 4G in action. Featuring a 1GHz processor, 3.8″ display, 5 megapixel camera with 720p video, front-facing camera and of course the “Mango” version of Windows Phone 7. T-Mobile has promised availability “in time for the holidays,” though … [read full article]