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T-Mobile and Sprint execs advocate merger to FCC, focusing on pricing and 5G

Following rumors that Department of Justice staffers have told T-Mobile and Sprint that their merger is unlikely to get approval as it’s currently structured, several T-Mo and Sprint executives paid a visit to Washington D.C. to argue why the deal should be approved. T-Mobile CEO John Legere, T-Mobile COO Mike Sievert, T-Mobile CTO Neville Ray, Sprint executive chairman Marcelo Claure, and other execs met with FCC commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel last week to present their case … [read full article]

OnePlus 7 series will be announced on May 14th

The OnePlus 7 is less than a month away. OnePlus┬áhas announced that the OnePlus 7 launch event is scheduled for May 14th. The big reveal will take place at 11:00 am ET in New York City, with events also happening in London, Bengaluru, and Beijing. Folks interested in attending the launch event can get tickets on April 25th. If you do go, you’ll get the chance to try OnePlus’s new hardware as well as earn … [read full article]

Samsung Galaxy Fold is reportedly being delayed following display issues

Remember last week when several Galaxy Fold review units suffered from broken internal displays? It looks like Samsung is delaying its new device because of those issues. Samsung is pushing the Galaxy Fold’s launch back until “at least” May, say sources speaking to the Wall Street Journal. A rescheduled launch date hasn’t been decided, but it’s expected that we’ll know more in the coming weeks. The Fold was originally scheduled for a launch on April … [read full article]

T-Mobile Galaxy S9, S9+, and Note 9 now receiving updates

A trio of Samsung phones are now receiving updates from T-Mobile. The Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+, and Galaxy Note 9 are all being updated today. The Galaxy S9 is getting a 524.55MB update to version G960USQS4CSC8, the S9+’s 526.00MB update bumps it to version G965USQS4CSC8, and the Note 9 is receiving a 177.61MB update to version N960USQS1CSD1. As for what’s included, all three phones are getting the April 1, 2019 Android security … [read full article]

Moto G7 Plus may be coming to T-Mobile

Motorola has already confirmed that the Moto G7 Power is coming to T-Mobile, but that may not be the only Moto G7 variant headed for T-Mo’s shelves. The Moto G7 Plus may also launch at T-Mobile. A Motorola device with the model number XT1965-T was recently spotted in the FCC, and it includes references to T-Mobile in the documents. The name “Moto G7 Plus” is nowhere to be found, but the model number XT1965 does … [read full article]

T-Mobile revives Third Line on Us promotion

T-Mobile has been regularly rolling out promotions that offer a third line free lately, and this week another one has gone live. The 2019 Spring into Summer 3rd Line on Us promo is now available. This plan is similar to T-Mobile’s other recent third line free promos, offering a third voice line for free via monthly bill credits. Existing customers with one paid voice line on a qualified T-Mobile One plan can add … [read full article]

T-Mobile deploys low-band LTE upgrades in Phoenix, Chicago, and many other cities

Nearly two weeks after T-Mobile last announced a round of low-band LTE upgrades, the magenta carrier has some new low-band news to share. T-Mobile CTO Neville Ray says that T-Mo upgraded dozens of cell sites with more low-band LTE over the past two weeks. Low-band LTE upgrades include 600MHz (LTE band 71) and 700MHz (LTE band 12) spectrum. .@TMobile has been upgrading dozens of locations with lowband LTE in the last two weeks! Take … [read full article]

Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL leak out ahead of rumored T-Mobile launch

Ahead of the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL’s rumored T-Mobile launch, clear renders of the upcoming Google phones have leaked. Images of the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL have surfaced, giving us a clear look at the fronts of both phones. These are official images of the upcoming devices, says Android Headlines, and they show the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL sharing a design that includes top and bottom bezels, a 3.5mm … [read full article]

T-Mobile Money banking service launches nationwide

Following a quiet pilot launch at the end of 2018, T-Mobile Money is ready for its national debut. T-Mobile Money is a mobile-focused checking account. You can open and manage an account from your smartphone, get 24/7 support over the phone, and use the T-Mobile Money app to find one of 55,000 ATMs if you need to get cash. T-Mobile Money is open to everyone, T-Mo customer or not. With this new service, T-Mobile postpaid … [read full article]

Some Galaxy Fold review units having display problems, T-Mobile warns not to remove protective layer

The Samsung Galaxy Fold is launching at T-Mobile later this month, and if you’re thinking about buying the new foldable device, there’s something you should know about it before taking it out of the box. Galaxy Fold review units being used by Bloomberg, CNBC, and The Verge were all hit with broken displays today, with photos and video showing half of the Galaxy Fold’s flickering or completely black. The cause of the problem … [read full article]

T-Mobile Tuesdays deals will include free Redbox rental, eBay discount, and more next week

Now that this week’s Tuesday has come and gone and you’ve claimed your discounted Frank and Oak clothing, you can prepare for next week’s deals. Next Tuesday, April 23rd, T-Mobile customers can get a free one-night disc rental from Redbox, $5 off a $10 purchase in the eBay app, and $20 off sports gear from ’47. A free medium latte from Dunkin’ and a free taco from Taco Bell will … [read full article]

T-Mobile partners with Comcast to fight robocalls across networks

T-Mobile continues to combat robocalls today by rolling out cross-network robocalling protection for the first time. T-Mobile and Comcast have┬áteamed up to verify calls made between their networks. The feature is now live for T-Mobile customers and will launch to Comcast Xfinity Voice home phone customers later this year. This feature uses the STIR and SHAKEN standards to verify that incoming calls are actually from who they say they are. STIR and SHAKEN digitally validate … [read full article]