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T-Mobile rolls out low-band LTE upgrades to hundreds of cities

Two weeks after its last round of low-band LTE upgrades, T-Mobile today confirmed that more upgrades have been made. T-Mobile has upgraded hundreds of cities across the U.S. with more low-band LTE. These upgrades include both 600MHz and 700MHz spectrum. This is a pretty large batch of low-band LTE updates. Included are cities like Austin, TX; Phoenix, AZ; Spokane, WA; Louisville, KY; Newark, NJ; and Chicago, IL. Below I’ve got the full list of … [read full article]

Google Pixel 4 confirmed with official image

Looks like we don’t have to wait until October to get an official look at the Google Pixel 4. Google today shared an official image of the Pixel. The official Made by Google account posted the image along with the caption “Well, since there seems to be some interest, here you go! Wait ’til you see what it can do. #Pixel4”, the tweet reads. In the image, we can see a square camera housing with … [read full article]

Next week’s T-Mobile Tuesdays deals include treats for you and your dog

T-Mobile today revealed the deals it’s got in store for you next Tuesday. On Tuesday, June 18th, T-Mobile customers can get a $2 promo card for Baskin-Robbins ice cream. Also available is a $14 BarkBox. Normally priced starting at $22 per month, BarkBox is a subscription service that’ll send you a box with at least two toys, two bags of all-natural treats, and a chew every month. Rounding out next week’s T-Mobile Tuesday … [read full article]

T-Mobile updating Galaxy Watch with Samsung’s One UI

Have a Samsung Galaxy Watch on your wrist? If so, you’ve got a software update coming your way. T-Mobile has released an update to the Galaxy Watch that bumps the device to version R805USQU1BSE3 or R815USQU1BSE3, depending on whether you’ve got the 46mm or 42mm version of the watch. The update is on the small side, coming in at around 118MB. As for what’s included, the update’s changelog says you can expect Samsung’s One UI … [read full article]

New York Attorney General and nine other states file lawsuit to block T-Mobile and Sprint’s merger

Just as the rumors suggested, a group of state attorneys general have filed a lawsuit to block the proposed T-Mobile-Sprint merger. New York Attorney General Letitia James announced the lawsuit today, which also includes state attorneys general from California, Colorado, Connecticut, Washington D.C., Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, Virginia, and Wisconsin. The complaint has been filed in the state of New York. In their lawsuit, this group of state attorneys general argue that if T-Mobile … [read full article]

A group of state attorneys general will reportedly sue to block T-Mobile-Sprint merger

As we reportedly near a government decision on T-Mobile and Sprint’s merger, the deal is facing opposition from some states. A group of at least 10 state attorneys general are planning to file a lawsuit to try and block T-Mobile and Sprint’s merger. New York state’s attorney general is leading the lawsuit, sources tell Reuters, and the lawsuit is expected to be filed in New York. The New York state attorney general has a … [read full article]

DOJ’s Delrahim reportedly met with FCC’s Pai to talk T-Mobile-Sprint merger, decision may be close

There’s been a lot of back-and-forth in recent weeks about the Justice Department and its antitrust review of T-Mobile and Sprint’s merger, but according to a new report, a decision may be imminent. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai and Justice Department antitrust chief Makan Delrahim allegedly met last Friday to discuss the T-Mobile-Sprint merger. According to Fox Business, the two discussed how they can keep the U.S. telecom space remains competitive and how they can ensure … [read full article]

Boost Mobile founder visited DOJ to talk T-Mobile-Sprint merger, making competitive carrier

Boost Mobile founder Peter Adderton previously said that T-Mobile and Sprint should divest Boost if their merger is approved, and we now know that that’s precisely what’s going to happen. Now Adderton is involved with the T-Mobile-Sprint merger once again. Adderton met with the U.S. Department of Justice last week to help advise the agency about T-Mobile and Sprint’s merger. Reports have said that the DOJ want T-Mo and Sprint to help create a … [read full article]

iOS 12.3.2 update now available for iPhone 8 Plus

When it comes to iOS, much of the focus right now is iOS 13. Apple isn’t done with iOS 12, though, because today it released another iOS 12 update. iOS 12.3.2 is now available for the iPhone 8 Plus. The reason that iOS 12.3.2 is only available for that phone is because Apple says that the update fixes an issue that caused the Camera app to capture Portrait Mode photos without the depth effect on the iPhone 8 Plus. … [read full article]

Google Pixel 4 appears in renders with large camera housing, no rear fingerprint reader

Now that the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3a are available from T-Mobile, we may see Google’s future flagship phones appear on T-Mo’s shelves at launch. And today we’re getting what may be the first credible Pixel 4 images. Renders that claim to show the Google Pixel 4 have surfaced. One thing to keep in mind while viewing these renders is that they’re not official images from Google. They’re renders based on early prototype schematics, say [read full article]

T-Mobile Tuesdays will offer $25 summer concert tickets starting this week

After offering discounted concert tickets to T-Mobile customers a couple times in the past, T-Mobile is bringing back the deal again this summer. Starting tomorrow, June 11th, T-Mobile customers can get access to $25 tickets to hundreds of amphitheater concerts through Live Nation. The deal will be offered in T-Mobile Tuesdays every other week through September 2nd, and customers can get four $25 tickets with each code. The $25 ticket price includes taxes and … [read full article]