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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]

Moto G Stylus coming to Metro by T-Mobile with triple rear cameras, 4000mAh battery

Motorola introduced a pair of new phones today, and one of them is headed to Metro by T-Mobile. The Moto G Stylus comes with a built-in pen to offer an affordable alternative to the stylus-equipped options from Samsung and LG. When you unsheath the stylus from the phone’s body, the new Moto Note app will launch to help you quickly begin jotting down notes, even if the phone is locked. You’ll be drawing with that stylus … [read full article]

T-Mobile CEO John Legere teases new Un-carrier announcement coming soon

T-Mobile has another Un-carrier move in the works. CEO John Legere teased a new Un-carrier move during T-Mobile’s Q4 2019 earnings call today. He didn’t give any details on what T-Mo might be planning for the announcement, but he did say the announcement should come later this quarter, which ends on March 31st. “Yep, that’s right, we’re working on another Un-carrier announcement,” Legere said. “Our team of evil geniuses are hard at work on plans to … [read full article]

T-Mobile reports full Q4 and 2019 results, says it was 6th straight year with 5M+ new customers

One month after teasing its Q4 2019 earnings, T-Mobile today unveiled its complete report for the final quarter of last year. T-Mobile added 1.86 million customers in the fourth quarter of 2019, bringing it up to a total of 86.0 million customers. That marks the 27th straight quarter that T-Mobile added more than 1 million customers. Of that 1.9 million, there were 1.3 million postpaid subscribers and 77,000 postpaid adds. For the full year of 2019, … [read full article]

T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile rank highest in J.D. Power’s U.S. wireless customer care report

T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile have scored top marks in J.D. Power’s latest report on U.S. wireless customer care. In its latest report, J.D. Power says that T-Mobile earned 848 points out of 1,000 for its customer care, beating out its previous score and rating 43 points higher than the industry average. This is the 19th time that T-Mo has come out on top among Full-Service Carriers in J.D. Power’s U.S. wireless customer care study. Verizon came … [read full article]

Metro by T-Mobile deal offers iPhone 7 and unlimited LTE plan for less than $100

Valentine’s Day is often thought of as a holiday for couples, but Metro by T-Mobile is launching a holiday special that it says is aimed at the single people out there. Starting tomorrow, February 6th, Metro By T-Mobile is offering a 32GB iPhone 7 for $49.99 and a single line of unlimited LTE data for $40 per month when you switch to Metro. The fine print of this deal states that “switchers” excludes phone numbers currently on … [read full article]

T-Mobile customers can get a free magenta drink tumbler next Tuesday

T-Mobile has revealed what it’s got in store for next week’s T-Mo Tuesday giveaways and, as expected, there’s a new piece of T-Mobile swag coming. T-Mo customers can get a free T-Mobile drink tumbler next Tuesday, February 11th. It’s magenta-colored and features the T-Mobile logo printed on the side, and we heard last week that it’s made of aluminum. Also coming next week is a $4 movie ticket to see Sonic the Hedgehog, a … [read full article]

National Advertising Division takes issue with claims in T-Mobile’s TVision ad

T-Mobile has been called out for some of the claims it made in an advertisement for its TVision home television service. The National Advertising Division, part of the Better Business Bureau, has recommended that T-Mobile discontinue some of the claims it made in a previous TVision ad. The claims were challenged by Charter Communications. The NAD says that in the TVision ad, T-Mobile described the wiring around a TV set as “a rat’s nest of devices … [read full article]

T-Mobile and Sprint now verify calls across their networks to fight scammers

As T-Mobile and Sprint await a judge’s decision on their merger, the two carriers are teaming up in a different way. T-Mo and Sprint announced today that they’re partnering on STIR and SHAKEN call verification across networks. This means that calls made from Sprint to T-Mobile and vice versa will be verified, allowing consumers to answer an incoming call and know that the number is not being spoofed. The STIR and SHAKEN standards verify that an … [read full article]

T-Mobile and Verizon attack each other’s 5G networks over Super Bowl weekend

We’ve seen Verizon and T-Mobile argue back and forth quite a bit over the years, and that bickering continued over Super Bowl weekend. Yesterday Verizon released an ad pitting its 4G LTE network against T-Mobile’s 5G in New York City. The one test shown on camera has Verizon LTE putting up a download speed of around 43Mbps while T-Mobile 5G hovers around 15-20Mbps. T-Mobile CEO John Legere responded to the ad by calling Verizon a “sad … [read full article]