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Get a free Whopper or Impossible Whopper through T-Mobile Tuesdays next week

Normally when T-Mobile Tuesdays offers a free Whopper, it’s either the standard burger or the Impossible version. Next week, though, it looks like T-Mo customers will get to choose which burger they want. On Tuesday, February 18th, T-Mobile customers can get a free Whopper or a free Impossible Whopper from Burger King. Also coming next week is $30 off pet care fromĀ Rover, a service that offers walking, boarding, and house sitting for dogs … [read full article]

Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL getting big discounts at T-Mobile

T-Mobile today launched pretty awesome deals on the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. The Pixel 4 is now on sale at T-Mobile for $399.99, which is 50% off its normal asking price. The larger Pixel 4 XL is on sale, too, and it’s available for $499.99, which is a 44% discount. These discounts apply to the 64GB versions of the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, and the Just Black and Clearly White versions of … [read full article]

Samsung Galaxy Buds+ feature improved battery life

Samsung has had a big day. It introduced three new Galaxy S20 phones and a Galaxy Z Flip foldable, and it’s not stopping there. The Samsung Galaxy Buds+ are now official with some notable upgrades over last year’s Galaxy Buds. Those upgrades include bigger batteries: each Galaxy Buds+ earbud has an 85mAh battery while the charging case has a 270mAh battery, up from 58mAh and 252mAh on the non-plus Galaxy Buds. Those bigger batteries on … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s low-band 5G network expanding to 95 more cities

All three of the new Galaxy S20 phones will work on T-Mobile’s low-band 5G network, and today T-Mo confirmed that that coverage is expanding to 95 new cities across the U.S. The new upgrades are spread throughout the country, including in cities like Hood River, OR; Old Fort, NC; Skyline, MN; Crystal Lake, IA; Panhandle, TX; Hector, AR; and Desert Shores, CA. The full list of new low-band 5G cities looks like this: Arkansas: Hector, … [read full article]

T-Mobile Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra prices revealed

Hot on the heels of Samsung’s Galaxy S20 announcement, T-Mobile has revealed its launch and pricing plans for the new flagship smartphones. T-Mobile will begin taking pre-orders for the Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra on February 20th at 9:01 pm PT/12:01 am ET. The trio of Samsung phones will launch in T-Mobile stores on March 6th. Here’s what T-Mobile’s Equipment Installment Plan (EIP) pricing looks like for the new devices: Galaxy S20 128GB for $0 … [read full article]

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip launching February 14 with 6.7-inch foldable display

Samsung today took the wraps off of the Galaxy S20 series, which includes three different phones. The company didn’t stop there, though, because it introduced a fourth phone: the Galaxy Z Flip. The Galaxy Z Flip is Samsung’s newest foldable smartphone, and it’s got a different form factor than last year’s Galaxy Fold. Rather than unfold like a book, the Galaxy Z Flip has a form factor like an old school flip phone. Instead … [read full article]

Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra official, launching on March 6

The Samsung Galaxy S20 is here. Samsung today officially introduced its new series of flagship smartphones: the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra. All three phones share a similar design with 120Hz displays, slim bezels, and hole-punch displays, but there are some spec differences to be aware of between the trio of devices. The Galaxy S20 is the smallest of the bunch, featuring a 6.2-inch 3200×1440 Dynamic AMOLED display. The Galaxy S20+ bumps things … [read full article]

Judge approves T-Mobile-Sprint merger

It’s official: T-Mobile and Sprint’s merger has been approved by the judge presiding over a trial involving 14 state attorneys general. In his decision, Judge Victor Marrero said that the merger is not likely to substantially lessen competition like the suing state AGs had claimed it would. The judge also rejected the argument that Sprint would continue to be competitive if the merger were blocked, saying that it “does not have a sustainable long-term competitive … [read full article]

Judge in T-Mobile-Sprint merger trial will reportedly rule in favor of deal

The end of the T-Mobile-Sprint merger may finally be near. Judge Victor Marrero is expected to issue his verdict tomorrow in the trial between T-Mobile and Sprint and the 14 state attorneys general who sued to block the merger. According to reports from The New York Times and the Wall Street Journal, Judge Marrero will rule in favor of the deal. The decision will reportedly be made public tomorrow, February 11th, and both T-Mobile and … [read full article]

Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e getting security updates from T-Mobile

T-Mobile has released updates for several phones over the past few days, and today some more updates have started going out. The Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e are all now being updated by T-Mobile. Galaxy S10 owners should watch for version G973USQS3CTA3, Galaxy S10+ owners will get version G975USQS3CTA3, and Galaxy S10e folks should look out for version G970USQS3CTA3. All three updates include the February 1, 2020 Android security patches. The updates are now rolling … [read full article]

T-Mobile now updating OnePlus 7 Pro and Galaxy Note 10+ 5G

Just a couple of days ago, I told you that T-Mobile was sending out updates to the OnePlus 7T and Samsung Galaxy Note 10. Now other phones from those same two manufacturers are also getting updates. T-Mobile’s OnePlus 7 Pro and Galaxy Note 10+ 5G are now receiving updates. The OnePlus 7 Pro update is 191.0MB and includes the January 2020 Android security patches. It bumps the phone to OxygenOS 10.0.2.GM31CB. Meanwhile, the Galaxy Note 10+ … [read full article]

T-Mobile OnePlus 7T, Galaxy Note 10, and Note 10+ receiving updates

T-Mobile is now pushing updates to a trio of recent Android flagships. The T-Mobile OnePlus 7T update bumps the phone to version 10.0.6.HD63CB and is 286.0MB in size. Included are the December 2019 Android security patches as well as some improved system stability and bug fixes. T-Mo hasn’t published an official changelog for the update yet, so it’s not known exactly what improvements or bug fixes might be packed into this update. Some OP7T owners … [read full article]