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T-Mobile Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ now being updated to Android 10

Two weeks after T-Mobile updated its Galaxy S10 with Android 10, the Galaxy Note 10 has started getting the update, too. T-Mobile is now pushing Android 10 with One UI 2 to both the Note 10 and Note 10+. Owners of the Note 10 should watch for a 2263.78MB update to version N970USQU2BSL8, while Note 10+ owners can expect at 2264.51MB update to version N975USQUBSL8. Both updates bring a number of improvements to the … [read full article]

T-Mobile OnePlus 7 Pro getting Android 10 update, OnePlus 6T receiving security patches

T-Mobile’s got a nice surprise for OnePlus 7 Pro owners this weekend. The T-Mobile OnePlus 7 Pro is now receiving its Android 10 update. Users on Reddit and the OnePlus forums say that the update is now rolling out over the air, coming in at 1951.0MB. The update bumps the T-Mobile OnePlus 7 Pro up to OxygenOS 10.0.1.GM31CB and includes Android 10, the November 2019 Android security patches, improved system stability, and general bug fixes. … [read full article]

T-Mobile Tuesdays will include a free Whopper and a meal kit deal next week

T-Mobile wants you to end your 2019 with a free burger. On Tuesday, December 31st, T-Mobile customers can score a free Whopper from Burger King. That’s not the only food deal that T-Mo is offer next Tuesday, because T-Mobile subscribers can also get 3 weeks of meals from EveryPlate for $2.49 each plus free shipping. EveryPlate is a meal kit service that ships ingredients and instructions to your door to help make dinner easier. … [read full article]

Many T-Mobile customers having MMS issues

If you’re having issues texting photos and video on T-Mobile today, you’re not alone. Many T-Mobile customers are reporting that their MMS messages are not going through today. There are lots of reports of MMS problems on Down Detector, Reddit, and Twitter. T-Mo hasn’t issued an official statement on the situation, but several support reps have responded to customer complaints about the problem on Twitter and one said, “Our team is on the case and … [read full article]

T-Mobile could be considering Comcast merger, internal report suggests

During his testimony in the T-Mobile-Sprint merger trial, T-Mo CEO John Legere revealed that T-Mobile nearly merged with Dish Network back in 2015. Now documents show that the company could be considering a merger with Comcast. A 2015 report called “Defining a Winning Position for the US Business Model” has been made public as part of the T-Mobile-Sprint merger trial. It was put together at the request of Thorsten Langheim, T-Mobile board of directors member, … [read full article]

T-Mobile Galaxy S8 Active now receiving security update

We’ve seen several Samsung devices get updated by T-Mobile in the past couple of weeks, and now we can add another model to that list. T-Mobile’s Galaxy S8 Active is now receiving an update to version G892USQS6CSL2. It comes in at 139.89MB and includes the December 1, 2019 Android security patches. This update is now rolling out over the air, so if you’re rocking a T-Mobile Galaxy S8 Active, you ought to see it … [read full article]

T-Mobile pushing Galaxy Note 10+ 5G and Galaxy Tab S6 updates

T-Mobile’s Galaxy Note 10+ 5G is now getting its second software update this month. The T-Mo Galaxy Note 10+ 5G is being updated to version N976USQU1ASL7, which is a 201.62MB upgrade. An exact changelog isn’t available, but Samsung says the update can include but isn’t limited to stability improvements, bug fixes, enhanced features, and performance improvements. T-Mobile also recently updated its Galaxy Tab S6. This 199.92MB update bumps the Galaxy Tab S6 to version T867USQS2ASK3 … [read full article]

Department of Justice and FCC voice support for T-Mobile and Sprint’s merger in new court filing

In the midst of the T-Mobile-Sprint merger trial, both the Department of Justice and the Federal Communications Commission have reiterated their support for the deal. Both the DOJ and FCC have filed court papers saying that the states’ lawsuit to block the merger would undo consumer benefits that were gained by the government during its review of T-Mobile and Sprint’s deal. One example given by the agencies is improved service in rural parts of the country. … [read full article]

T-Mobile Pixel 4 gains eSIM support with new update

T-Mobile’s Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL have started receiving the December 2019 security update this week, and in addition to the security patches, it includes a notable new feature for T-Mo customers. The Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are getting T-Mobile eSIM support with the new December update. This update bumps both phones up to build QQ1B.191205.011 and should be rolling out over the air now. If you’ve got a Pixel 4 or … [read full article]

Dish talks with ‘very exciting’ partners teased during T-Mobile-Sprint merger trial

Dish Network co-founder Charlie Ergen testified in the T-Mobile-Sprint merger trial this week, and an interesting tidbit of info came up that could play a role in the trial’s outcome. During the trial, lawyers were arguing whether certain parts of Ergen’s testimony should be conducted in open court. As noted by Fierce Wireless and New Street Research analyst Blair Levin, there were questions about Dish’s viability as a major fourth U.S. carrier and the attorney for … [read full article]

T-Mobile Tuesdays to offer $5 off a movie ticket, free Taco Bell, and more next week

Did you grab your free Whopper yesterday? Good, because now it’s time to find out what offers T-Mobile has planned for customers next Tuesday. On Tuesday, December 24th, T-Mobile customers can get $5 off a movie ticket plus no ticketing fees from Atom Tickets. Also coming next Tuesday is $25 off your purchase at Shutterfly and $40 off an experience gift box from Tinggly. T-Mo customers can get $0.10 off per gallon … [read full article]

Sprint’s former CEO says carrier could survive without T-Mobile, but it would be ‘very different’

After T-Mobile CEO John Legere took the stand in the T-Mobile-Sprint merger trial to end last week, former Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure helped resume the trial this week. During his testimony, Claure said that a merger with T-Mobile wasn’t necessary for Sprint to survive, contradicting some previous witnesses. T-Mobile CEO John Legere said that Sprint would be “sold for parts” within two years. “Those are possibilities,” Claure responded today. “I don’t necessarily agree completely.” Just because … [read full article]