Archive | December, 2012

ZTE Grand X Shows Up For The Holidays Dressed In T-Mobile Branding

ZTE isn’t a name that is going to ring very many bells, but a new addition to the T-Mobile lineup hopes to change that. Unfortunately, this one packs a mid-range punch as a new FCC listing unveils the ZTE Grand X as the V970T dressed up in T-Mobile branding. The Grand X features Android 4.0, a 4.3″ display, 1GHz MediaTek MT6577 processor and a 5 megapixel rear camera. T-Mobile hasn’t released pricing or … [read full article]

Google Wishes You A Happy Holidays From Android, And Maybe a Tease At The Nexus 10 Dock

We’re always looking forward to what the folks in Mountain View conjure up for seasonal greetings, and this time it’s a heartfelt message with a seasonal spin. It may also be the launching ground for an upcoming Nexus 10 tablet dock. The folks from Android Central can take credit for the find, seen at both :16 and :59 seconds in. Unfortunately, there’s no hint of any kind of connectivity options — just the opportunity … [read full article]

T-Mobile Indirect Retailers Offering Classic Plan Customers End Of Year Specials

If you’re keeping a firm grip on your Classic Plans Magenta customers, fret not as the nations authorized dealers (non-corporate T-Mobile locations) are offering their own sale through the end of the year. This is a Samsung only deal with qualifications that require the line activating or upgrading having unlimited talk and text, and with a $30 data plan. Pretty standard stuff for T-Mobile sales. In case you are wondering, Authorized T-Mobile Dealer … [read full article]

CyanogenMod Breathes New Life Into T-Mobile G2 With CM10.1

In yet another reason why the folks from XDA are an Android users best friend, some crafty devs have taken CyanogenMod 10 code and placed it on a T-Mobile G2. There’s no question this reinvigorates a device that has been stuck at Android 2.3 for as long as I can remember. While it may not run as fast as todays handsets, the software is definitely good enough for daily driving. The ROM is … [read full article]

PSA: T-Mobile’s “Zero Down” Sale Begins Today, Runs Through End Of year

A public service announcement for all you last-minute shoppers out there as T-Mobile’s “Zero Down” sale kicks off today and runs though the end of the year. The deal lasts through December 31st and offers some of the T-Mobile’s most popular 4G devices for a $0.00 down payment on qualifying Unlimited Value and Unlimited Nationwide 4G data plans. This offer is good for new customers as well as customers who wish to … [read full article]

T-Mobile To Offer Samsung Galaxy S III In Brand New Color Next Month?

As we wind down the end of 2012, a bit of news to start the new year as word drops that T-Mobile is preparing to sell the Galaxy S III In Titanium Gray. In fact, T-Mobile will drop the Pebble Blue 16GB Galaxy S III, or at least not order replenishing inventory as they transition shelf space over to the Titanium Gray model. The 32GB Pebble Blue edition will continue to be … [read full article]

Windows Phone 8X Software Update Rolling Out Now

With T-Mobile’s Support forum moderator announcing the Windows Phone 8X update would be pushed back to “tweak,” we had high hopes the delay wouldn’t last long. As it turns out, the delay lasted right around 24 hours as the same forum moderator announced the update as live around 1pm eastern time this afternoon. While it’s still too early to tell if the update has had any discernible impact on reboots or other … [read full article]

T-Mobile Ends The Year With 14 Additional Modernization Market Launches

T-Mobile’s ending 2012 with a bang and an additional 14 new market launches for their 1900MHz modernization project including New York, Boston, Philadelphia and more! Just 10 months after the official announcement of the company’s modernization project, T-Mobile has reached their goal of covering more than 100 million people by the end of 2012. These upgrades “provide voice and data enhancements, improved signal strength and in-building coverage for customers who live … [read full article]