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T-Mobile Partial Upgrade Pricing Discount Goes Live Tomorrow

Following up our leak from yesterday, it looks like the new Partial Upgrade Pricing Discounts will officially go into effect tomorrow and not January 29 as stated previously. Basically, beginning January 27, customers can upgrade their smartphone every year for the same price as new customers. In addition, customers with voice and text phones can also upgrade to a smartphone at month 12 of their contract for the new customer price. Additional discounting periods are … [read full article]

Take 24: iPhone Headed To T-Mobile This Summer?

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Here we go again… Rumor has it that Apple will be ending AT&T exclusivity soon. According to some rumors “soon” is considered Wednesday January 27th, or tomorrow. Bloomberg is reporting that T-Mobile USA will get the iPhone this summer, followed by Verizon Wireless and Sprint Nextel Corp. in the fall, and Clearwire Corp. in 2011, Horan wrote in a note yesterday. As you probably already know, AT&T has had a tight grip on the iPhone exclusivity since … [read full article]

T-Mobile Offers No Returns On MyTouch LE Fender

One of our ninjas just hit us up with some bad news for those of you that purchased a Fender myTouch 3G. T-Mobile will not, I repeat, will not offer returns on the myTouch LE Fender. According to T-Mobile the myTouch 3G LE Fender is not eligible for returns even during the Buyer’s Remorse Period. Apparently all Limited Edition handsets cannot be returned. So that means, one you purchase it, you’re stuck with it, that is unless … [read full article]

New T-Mobile Partial Upgrade Pricing Discounts

Thanks to one of our trusty tipsters, looks like T-Mobile is changing things up a bit with the Partial Upgrade Pricing discounts. Beginning Friday January 29, T-Mobile will be offering two new partial discount options for existing customers when they upgrade their handset or device. Qualifying customers currently on a 2-year contract must upgrade to a new 2-year agreement and meet the Early Upgrade or Early Upgrade Plus requirements. There will be two tiers. Tier 1 is from 1 month to 11 months. … [read full article]

Google Blames T-Mobile 3G Network For Nexus One 3G Issues

Earlier this morning a Google employee over at the Google Support Forums updated us on the Nexus One 3G issue that had been plaguing a good amount of Nexus One owners. The Google employee claims that after some investigation in the matter, the  3G issue was apparently the cause of poor T-Mobile 3G coverage. But wait, its not entirely T-Mobile’s fault. The employee also states that there’s a software component that also is a key factor … [read full article]

Sync Media To Android With DoubleTwist

For those of you with an Android phone, you may have found it a bit difficult to sync any, and all, media to your phone (especially if you are tied into that iTunes ecosystem).  Well, T-Mobile really understands that and is embarking on a campaign to bring an app that syncs media to Android phones.  The answer, DoubleTwist, which is basically … [read full article]

MyTouch Slide To End The Sidekick Line?

Warning: This article may cause Sidekick fans to cry, beg, kick and show other signs of emotional distress. According to BoyGenius, the myTouch Slide will end all Sidekick sales. The new tipster informed BGR that the upcoming T-Mobile myTouch Slide, will cause Magenta to slowly phase out all Sidekick sales. It is still unclear what this means. Is T-Mobile getting rid of the Sidekick line permanently? As you probably already know, the Sidekick device has become … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s HTC HD2, Better Than The Original

First, reread the title… no, you are not crazy and neither am I.  For once (or so it seems) a US bound headset is actually going to be better than that of it’s brother from across the pond.  In this case, we are talking about the HTC HD2.  The T-Mobile bound version will be getting a nice jump in ROM (from 512 MB to 1 GB), a jump in RAM (from 448 MB to 576 MB) … [read full article]

Looking For Android?

There is little debate as to what constitutes the hottest OS platform in the mobile industry right now, Android. T-Mobile was the first to bring the Android platform to the masses and has led the pack with the widest selection of devices from the get go. This nifty cheat sheet straight from the T-Mobile website shows some basic breakdowns of the T-Mobile selection and also re-confirms that 256mb of RAM in the MyTouch LE. … [read full article]

HTC Supersonic Screenshot, Photoshopped?

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Well looks like the folks over at BGR have received a little something from a new tipster. The screenshot seems to be of the HTC Supersonic and guess which carrier its running on with Android 3.0? Yup that’s right, the big “T”. Well sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but that screenshot is most likely Photoshopped. Even though we would all like to believe that this is the real deal, the screenshot displays a few factors that … [read full article]

Weekly TmoNews Forums Recap

Welcome to this week’s edition of TmoNews Forums Recap! Becoming a member is fast and free, so if you have not already done so, head on over and register now. There has been quite a few going on in our awesome forums, and we here at TmoNews know that not everyone has the time and energy to search through our ever-growing forums! So we have compiled one article to bring you the latest and greatest happening in Magenta’s … [read full article]