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T-Mobile Announces New Set Of Business Oriented Data Plans

T-Mobile has just announced revamped mobile broadband data plans for business users allowing them to choose whether they or not they want to be throttled when reaching their data cap. T-Mobile is now offering “overage-free” and “high-speed” data plans for use with its tablet, mobile hotspots, and USB data stick lineup. The “overage-free” data plans allows businesses to control the cost of monthly data usage with plans that slow data speeds down when … [read full article]

Second Round Of T-Mobile Official Galaxy S III Launches Set To Kick-Off Today

Today, June 27th marks the second “launch day” of T-Mobile’s Galaxy S III launch with the expansion of Galaxy S III sales to all channels: retail, care, My T-Mobile and more pending inventory availability. T-Mobile’s launch kicked off in two parts with the first happening on June 21st with select retail and branded locations receiving availability in the top 29 markets, and even then inventory was limited enough to restrict sales … [read full article]

Apple Wins Preliminary Injunction Against Galaxy Tab 10.1 Tablet

Apple has won a court order blocking US sales of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1″ tablet as Reuters reports Judge Koh has granted the Cupertino-based company’s request to block sales. Details are a little vague at the moment, but we know it’s a preliminary injunction — meaning that if Samsung eventually wins the case, the injunction will lift and sales will immediately resume. According to All Things D, who received a copy of the … [read full article]

Samsung’s Shipment Crunch Could Cause 2 Million Lost Sales This Quarter

While heavy demand for a new product is generally a case most companies wish for, in Samsung’s case it may have a heavy price. As Samsung struggles to keep up with demand, the lack of available units may cost the company 2 million units of sales in just one month. There is little question that Samsung’s Galaxy S III is in heavy demand and Samsung says it’s on track to become its … [read full article]

Jelly Bean Makes Official Cameo On Googleplex Lawn, Announcement Tomorrow

With every new Android release, a statue is placed on the Googleplex lawn with whatever dessert version codename for Android Google utilizes. Well, it’s that time again, and a cup of spilt jelly beans have arrived on the Googleplex lawn. So what does this confirm exactly? We know that with the Google I/O keynote less than 24 hours away, we’re going to see a lot of Jelly Bean talk tomorrow morning. So what … [read full article]

T-Mobile Set To Introduce Handset Protection For Monthly 4G Plans On July 1st

Set to launch on July 1st, T-Mobile will introduce Monthly4G Handset Protection plans through Assurant solutions available to customers within 14 days of activation on any T-Mobile branded device. T-Mobile’s Monthly Handset Protection plan is available for $7.00 a month and provides coverage for “equipment loss, theft, accidental damage and device malfunctions (out … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s Back-To-School Promotion Begins July 1st

Say hello to T-Mobile’s upcoming back-to-school promotion beginning July 1st offering promotional family plans with $5 Classic and $0 Value add-a-lines through November 13th, 2012. This promotional offering will offer savings of $5 per month, until January 2, 2014. This isn’t the first time T-Mobile has reduced the existing price of their family plans by $5 and we’re happy to see it return. The great news is that this offer is good … [read full article]

T-Mobile And Dollar General Stores Announce Partnership For T-Mobile’s Prepaid, Monthly 4G Products

T-Mobile is making a second major announcement today on the heels of the Verizon spectrum exchange with report of a partnership with Dollar General to sell T-Mobile Prepaid and Monthly 4G services in stores. With this new deal, T-Mobile will expand their prepaid reach with more than 6,400 Dollar General stores across the country. T-Mobile says this commitment is part of [read full article]

T-Mobile, Verizon Sign Spectrum Exchange Agreement If Cable Deal Passes

A join T-Mobile and Verizon announcement this morning is surprising more than a few of us, as the two companies had previously been at odds, often publicly over the terms of Verizon’s proposed SpectrumCo purchase. Today, T-Mobile is  “submitting applications to the FCC for the purchase and exchange of AWS spectrum licenses in 218 markets.” A deal for  SpectrumCo AWS spectrum, a joint venture of various cable companies across the US was … [read full article]