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New T-Mobile TVision remote spotted in FCC with Google Assistant button

We’ve heard in recent months that T-Mobile is working on a refresh of its TVision TV service, and now it looks like the remote for a new TVision set-top box may have leaked. Photos posted to the FCC website show a new TVision remote with dedicated buttons for YouTube, Netflix, and the Google Assistant. As noted by the folks at 9to5Google, this Google Assistant button along with the “Back” and “Home” buttons on its left and … [read full article]

T-Mobile and Sprint customers can claim their free MLB.TV starting July 21

T-Mobile said earlier this year that its free MLB.TV offer would return as soon as baseball did. The MLB season is officially starting up on July 23, and so today T-Mobile confirmed that customers can soon get their free MLB.TV offer, too. Both T-Mobile and Sprint customers can claim their free MLB.TV starting next Tuesday, July 21, at 5:00 am ET/2:00 am PT by going to T-Mobile Tuesdays. You’ll have two weeks to get … [read full article]

T-Mo and Sprint will unify under the T-Mobile brand on August 2

Today T-Mobile took the wraps off of its latest Un-carrier move, Scam Shield, but that’s not the only big news that it shared today. T-Mobile has revealed that on August 2, it will officially combine brand operations with Sprint. This means that T-Mo and Sprint will be unified under a single T-Mobile brand nationwide for the first time. On that date, T-Mobile will be the single name for the combined company, so we should see the … [read full article]

T-Mobile Scam Shield is a set of free tools to help protect you from scammers

T-Mobile has been helping customers fight scam calls for a while now with features like Scam ID and Scam Block, but with its latest Un-carrier move, it’s kicking that fight up a couple notches. T-Mobile Scam Shield is a new offering that actually consists of a few different features. That includes Scam ID, which will flag incoming calls that are suspected to be scammy as “Scam Likely” as well as Scam Block, which lets you block … [read full article]

T-Mobile Tuesdays will offer a free Whopper, photo prints, and more next week

After encountering an issue with the free Popeyes chicken sandwich deal this week, T-Mobile Tuesdays is going to try offering a different food deal next week. Next Tuesday, June 21, T-Mobile and Sprint customers can get a free Whopper from Burger King. The fine print of this deal says that you do need to spend $1 or more to get your free burger and that the offer is now valid in AK, HI, PR, and … [read full article]

T-Mo pulled this week’s Popeyes deal in T-Mobile Tuesdays due to technical issue

Last week we learned that yesterday’s edition of T-Mobile Tuesdays would include a Popeyes deal of a free chicken sandwich plus two pieces of bone-in chicken. When T-Mobile and Sprint customers loaded the app up on Tuesday, though, that deal was nowhere to be found. Now we’ve got an explanation about what happened. T-Mobile has told TmoNews that it encountered a few “speedbumps” when testing the Popeyes deal that was supposed to be available yesterday and … [read full article]

Apple releases iOS 13.6 and watchOS 6.2.8 updates

Have an iPhone or iPad? If so, you’ve got an update coming your way. Apple today released iOS 13.6 and iPadOS 13.6 updates. You can get the new update on your iPhone or iPad right now by going into Settings > General > Software Update on your device. As for what’s included, Apple’s changelog says that iPhone owners are getting digital car key support. If you’ve got a vehicle that also supports this feature, you … [read full article]

T-Mobile Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+ receiving new updates today

It’s been a couple of months since T-Mobile last pushed out an update for its Galaxy S10 series phones, but today a new update has started going out. T-Mobile is now sending updates to its Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10+ models. The updates are sizable, each weighing in at a little more than 500MB. The changelog on the updates themselves only reveal that they include the June 1, 2020 Android security patch level, but … [read full article]

T-Mobile teases new Un-carrier move coming soon

It looks like T-Mobile has a new Un-carrier move coming soon. T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert teased a new Un-carrier announcement today, posting a tweet that reads “You feeling like this industry needs another #Uncarrier kick? Me too…”. The tweet also includes a video that names T-Mo’s previous Un-carrier moves. At the end of the video, a phone is ringing and it says “…Stay tuned”. The time on the phone is 7:16, suggesting that the announcement could … [read full article]

Pixel 4a image leaked by Google Store

  Google has accidentally shown off the Pixel 4a before giving the phone a real announcement. The Pixel 4a briefly appeared on the Google Store home page in Canada today. An official image for the phone was attached to some text that said “Nest Wifi” and “Wi-Fi the way it should be.” But rather than the Nest Wifi router, the image showed the unannounced Pixel 4a. The home page has since been updated and the Pixel … [read full article]

T-Mobile Center is the new name of Sprint arena in Kansas City

T-Mobile is putting its name on another arena. T-Mo confirmed today that the Sprint Center in Kansas City, MO is being renamed to T-Mobile Center. The arena will continue to host entertainment, sports, and other events through 2032. The transformation from Sprint Center to T-Mobile Center will take place over the coming months, with new signage slated to go up in August. Besides the new name and fresh coat of magenta paint, the T-Mobile Center will also … [read full article]

T-Mobile has many more 5G cities than AT&T and Verizon, says new Ookla report

Last month a report said that T-Mobile has the best 5G availability of the major US carriers, and now another report has echoed that sentiment. Ookla, maker of the popular Speedtest app, today shared a new report on US mobile networks. In it, Ookla says that T-Mobile had the “majority” of the 5G deployments in US cities, offering service in 5,013 cities. AT&T had 237 deployments and Verizon had 39. Ookla says that in all, there … [read full article]