Tag Archives: LTE

Editorial: T-Mobile’s New Plans Are Awesome For Everyone

Earlier today, T-Mobile held an event to show off the new plans and payment schemes for service and phones. There weren’t many surprises given all the leaks we’ve had in the last few weeks about T-Mobile’s “Uncarrier” offering. Like John Legere promised back in December, the new plans are very simple and pretty easy to understand once you grasp the basic concepts behind the plans. When looking at them on the website, … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s LTE Network Goes Live With Seven Major Networks, Highlights LTE-Ready Devices

  Right on schedule, T-Mobile’s CEO John Legere just announced the company’s first seven LTE markets and they look awfully familiar. That’s not all T-Mobile’s got on the LTE front today as they highlight their upcoming LTE devices with the Galaxy S 4, HTC One, Galaxy S III LTe as well as the already available BlackBerry Z10, and Galaxy Note … [read full article]

T-Mobile Now Selling Their First LTE BlackBerry, The Z10

T-Mobile’s BlackBerry Z10 is officially for sale for $99 down payment with an additional payment of $18 for 24 months. Welcome to the UNcarrier’s first official LTE smartphone launch. The BlackBerry Z10 features a 4.2” 1280×768 356ppi display, 8 megapixel camera, dual core 1.5GHz processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB internal memory expandable to 32GB, 1800mAh battery, and HSPA+ and LTE connectivity. Given that Classic and grandfathered upgrades are now available through third-parties and authorized … [read full article]

What Will T-Mobile Talk About Tomorrow? Will They Announce The iPhone Launch Date?

Tomorrow is T-Mobile’s big, big day with the rumored launch/discussion/conversation of the iPhone, official LTE announcements and the formal unveiling of the new UNcarrier rate plans. It all goes down tomorrow at 11AM ET and while T-Mobile saw fit to not include us TmoNews folk, I’m definitely going to keep a sharp eye on everything that goes down from A-Z. So what can we expect and/or hope to see out of … [read full article]

First Video Look At T-Mobile’s First LTE Mobile HotSpot, The Sonic 2.0

I know, I know, it’s just a Mobile Hotspot — but as T-Mobile’s FIRST LTE Mobile HotSpot, I consider the Sonic 2.0 a big deal. Therefore, this quick video hands-on of the boot up should interest you, if for no other reason than because it’s fun to watch things turn on and do…stuff. An eagle-eyed T-Mobile reader found one hanging around his local store and grabbed a quick video for all the world to see. If … [read full article]

(Updated) T-Mobile’s New Rate Plans Are Live, Right On Schedule

Update: In the hopes of clarifying a whole lot of confusion, existing customers on grandfathered or Classic plans seem to be confused about whether or not they can use customer care and/or third-party channels to upgrade. I have been unable to confirm if you can contact customer service to upgrade — regardless, there seems to be success with third party national retailers and authorized dealers.  Just as we first promised, T-Mobile’s new … [read full article]

Oh Snap: T-Mobile’s First Seven LTE Markets Detailed For March 26th Launch

With crowd-source testing showing off possible T-Mobile LTE launch markets early this morning, we’re pleased to announce an “unofficial” list of the first LTE cities going live. We’ll have to wait till next Tuesday and presumably an announcement direct from T-Mobile’s CEO but until then, we’re pretty sure we’re looking at a complete list of the first seven launch markets. … [read full article]

Crowd-Sourced Mobile Coverage Tracker OpenSignal Attempts To Pinpoint T-Mobile’s First LTE Markets

Tracking T-Mobile’s LTE rollout has been quite a mystery outside of the already announced Kansas City and Las Vegas markets. T-Mobile and T-Mobile users have already shown New York City is well into the testing phase, but outside of those locations there’s plenty of questions and few answers. That is until the folks at OpenSignal decided to their hands with some LTE market guesswork. Given the opportunity thanks to what … [read full article]