Archive | October, 2019

T-Mobile has a new prepaid plan called Simply Prepaid Unlimited Plus

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As T-Mobile prepares for its New T-Mobile Un-carrier 1.0 announcement on November 7th, it has kept mum on what the big news will be. The company has been focused at this reveal that it has discreetly added a new option to its prepaid lineup.¬† The new plan, called Simply Prepaid Unlimited Plus, was discovered by a Reddit user. The plan comes with unlimited talk, text, … [read full article]

Metro by T-Mobile celebrating Halloween with free phone deals

Halloween is tomorrow, and rather than handing out candy, Metro by T-Mobile is handing out free phones. Customers who switch to Metro by T-Mobile can get two free Samsung Galaxy A20 or LG Stylo 5 phones. Switchers will need to sign up for a two-line unlimited plan that’s priced at $90 per month and includes unlimted talk, text, and LTE data, 15GB of mobile hotspot usage, 100GB … [read full article]

T-Mobile OnePlus 6T and Moto G7 Power getting security updates

We recently¬†saw some Samsung phones get updated with the October 2019 security patches, and now even more T-Mobile devices are being updated. First up, T-Mobile’s OnePlus 6T is getting an update to version A6013_34_191016. This 222.4MB update is now rolling out and includes the October security patches. If you’ve got a T-Mobile OnePlus 6T, you can either wait for the update to come to you or … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s #GetOutoftheRed promo is coming to an end

A long-running T-Mobile promotion is coming to an end. T-Mobile has revealed that its #GetOutoftheRed promotion is ending soon. A T-Mo support page discovered by Reddit user MattKirky says that if you want to take advantage of #GetOutoftheRed, the last activate date to be eligible is October 31st and the last port-in date to be eligible for submission is November 7th. Since you need to submit an offer … [read full article]

John Legere teases New T-Mobile Un-carrier 1.0 announcement for November 7th

Clear your calendar for November 7th, because T-Mobile’s got something planned. T-Mobile CEO John Legere today revealed that a new Un-carrier announcement is coming on November 7th. Legere teased that this will be the first Un-carrier move for the new T-Mobile. “That’s right, New T-Mobile, Un-carrier 1.0, November 7th. Stay tuned,” Legere said during T-Mo’s Q3 2019 earnings call. “We’ve spent the better part of … [read full article]

T-Mobile says Q3 2019 was its 26th straight quarter with more than 1 million new customers

T-Mobile’s Q3 2019 numbers are in. T-Mobile reports that it added 1.7 million new customers in the third quarter of 2019, making it the 26th straight quarter that T-Mo has added more than 1 million new subscribers. Of that 1.7 million, there were 1.1 million branded postpaid net additions and 62,000 branded prepaid net additions, with that latter figure up 27,000 year-over-year. At the end of Q3 2019, T-Mobile had a total of 84.2 million customers. The … [read full article]

Apple releases iOS 13.2 update with Deep Fusion for iPhone 11, new and updated emoji

iPhone and iPad owners, there’s a big update coming your way. Apple today released iOS 13.2 for the iPhone and iPadOS 13.2 for the iPad. If you’ve got either device, you can go into Settings > General > Software Update right now to grab your new update. One of the major new features of iOS 13.2 is Deep Fusion. This camera feature utilizes the A13 Bionic’s Neural Engine to capture multiple images at various exposures, analyze them … [read full article]

T-Mobile Galaxy S10 series updates bring camera improvements and more, Note 9 and S7 also updated

Several Samsung devices are now being updates on T-Mobile. First up, the Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e are all receiving updates that bring new security patches and several other improvements. Galaxy S10 owners should be on the lookout for version G973USQU2BSIO, while S10+ owners are getting G975USQU2BSIO and S10e users are getting version G970USQU2BSIO. These updates include the October 1, … [read full article]