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T-Mobile’s Retailer Strategy Focus Shifts To Monthly4G, Indicating Company Strategy If AT&T Deal Fails?

As T-Mobile watches the uncertainty surrounding their AT&T takeover deal, the company is pushing hard to win no-contract customers, perhaps indicating what the company strategy could look like if the AT&T bid fails. While the company line is to focus all its energy on ensuring the AT&T deal comes to pass, Deutsche Telekom is working with independent T-Mobile retailers to provide extra incentives to sell the newer, cheaper prepaid services. T-Mobile is fighting … [read full article]

T-Mobile Announces November 2nd Launch For HTC Radar 4G

Just as predicted, T-Mobile has announced a November 2nd launch date for the HTC Radar 4G. Expected to arrive among a flurry of smartphones that day, the Radar 4G will be available for $99.99 with a two year contract after a $50 mail-in-rebate. The Radar 4G comes with the latest version of Windows Phone, codenamed Mango and packs a 3.8″ 800×480 display, 5 megapixel camera on the rear, front-facing camera, … [read full article]

Can’t Decide Between The Galaxy S II And HTC Amaze 4G? How About 25 Minutes Of Video To Help Decide.

You’ve been asking for it and well, I’ve been asking him for it too as our good friend Aaron from PhoneDog has pitted the Galaxy S II against the HTC Amaze 4G in over 25 minutes of dogfight goodness. I can see by your comments, emails, Facebook posts and Tweets that a lot of you are having a tough time decide between these two T-Mobile premiere smartphones. Hopefully seeing them battle … [read full article]

HTC Says They Will Update As Many Phones As Possible To Ice Cream Sandwich

HTC has taken to their Facebook to clear the air about their Android lineup and future software updates to Ice Cream Sandwich. After an earlier report this week that they were “evaluating” the software HTC has gone and promised to update as many handsets as possible. T-Mobile certainly has a lot of HTC handsets in the mix and we’d love to see them all get the Ice Cream Sandwich update. Everyone wants the … [read full article]

T-Mobile Galaxy Tab Plus Just Hanging Out In The Wild

It’s been a few weeks since we’ve last heard anything about the upcoming T-Mobile bound Samsung Galaxy Tab Plus and so we’re happy to present a picture of it hanging around in the wild. We’ve already seen some shots of the backside with T-Mobile branding so this time we’re bringing you the frontside with T-Mobile branding. Unfortunately, that’s about all we can gleam from this image of the Galaxy Tab Plus … [read full article]

MetroPCS Looking To Pick Up Divested AT&T Assets From T-Mobile Deal?

There goes the neighborhood as MetroPCS is now the rumored frontrunner to absorb wireless spectrum, assets and subscribers from AT&T and T-Mobile as the two companies work to complete their acquisition. Though the size of any deal is far from definitive, it’s likely to include subscribers and spectrum and be valued at less than $4 billion. AT&T has already approached both Leap Wireless and Dish Network but MetroPCS, with more than $2 … [read full article]

T-Mobile Releases Yet Another Statement Promoting Their Android Lineup

T-Mobile’s newest corporate blog post comes just weeks after a similar looking statement from T-Mobile CMO Cole Brodman with both posts emphasizing the power of T-Mobile’s Android lineup. This time around the focus is once again on the lack of the iPhone 4S on T-Mobile, except this time T-Mobile directly states that part of the reason is Apple’s decision not to produce a compatible variant of the iPhone that will work on … [read full article]

TmoNews Reviews The T-Mobile Galaxy S II

Quick Note: I’ve published this review because I want to get out there but I’ve done so without a 1080p video sample which isn’t cooperating on the upload to YouTube. I’ll have the video added in tomorrow. Enjoy the review! I was incredibly excited to get my hands on a Samsung Galaxy S II review unit from Samsung and doubly excited to test out T-Mobile’s 42Mbps HSPA+ network in South Florida. The … [read full article]

(Updated) Samsung Confirms Verizon Bound Galaxy Nexus, Other Carriers May Follow Later

Update: Samsung Mobile USA has updated their Facebook post with a “no US carriers determined yet. Stay tuned for updates.” I’m not sure if we should be disappointed in this news or hopeful. On the one hand, there was almost no question that Verizon would be the exclusive carrier of the Galaxy Nexus initially. That rumor has been floating around for quite some time so we’re not exactly … [read full article]

HTC Radar 4G, LG DoublePlay Appear On T-Mobile Website As “Coming Soon”

While we’re definitely riding on an Ice Cream Sandwich high right now, T-Mobile has posted both the HTC Radar 4G and LG DoublePlay up on their website as “coming soon.” We’re not sure when exactly these surfaced, but given their presence we can’t imagine either phone isn’t on course for an upcoming launch. Current rumors, based on the roadmap we posted at the beginning of October still peg both phones … [read full article]

Ice Cream Sandwich Update To Roll Out “A Couple Of Weeks” After Galaxy Nexus Release

On the heels of reports that Google would bring Ice Cream Sandwich to the Nexus S and likely to other Android 2.3 devices comes a rough timeframe for when we can expect the first rollouts to begin. Nexus S owners are likely to see the update first as a straight Google device as it won’t be subject to carrier or other manufacturer slowdowns. Speaking at the AsiaD Conference, Google Android Chief … [read full article]