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You can also get awesome iPhone 12 deals under T-Mobile’s Great Free 5G Phone Upgrade offer

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In its recently conducted webcast, T-Mobile announced that it will be giving away free 5G phones to postpaid customers who trade-in a device. In the announcement, the Carrier shared that they will be giving away a free Samsung Galaxy A32 5G to both new and existing customers. But it looks like the offer is extended to iPhone lovers too.  Here are the conditions of the promotion: Apple iPhone 12 – Free with trade-in of iPhone 11 Apple … [read full article]

These are the newest Samsung Galaxy devices heading to T-Mobile, Metro by T-Mobile

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T-Mobile today announced that they are welcoming more 5G devices into their roster pretty soon.  The devices that are making their way to their stores include the following: Samsung Galaxy A02s  Samsung Galaxy A12 Samsung Galaxy A32 5G Samsung Galaxy A52 5G All of these phones will be heading to T-Mobile’s stores. Two of them, the Galaxy A02s and Galaxy A12, will also be coming to Metro by T-Mobile. The Galaxy A12, A32 5G, and A52 5G … [read full article]

T-Mobile talks about #5GforAll in recent webcast

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Earlier today, T-Mobile held a webcast where it unveiled its upcoming plans for the Un-Carrier. This is the April 7th event they teased about at the end of March that left everyone clueless on what the Un-Carrier had plans for its customers. And as it turns out, T-Mobile is making a bold move to bring #5GforAll.  Among the announcements they made include the Great Free 5G Phone Upgrade, the Great Unlimited Trade-Up, the availability of T-Mobile … [read full article]

Samsung will be releasing 2 mid-range 5G phones for T-Mobile

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With 5G technology becoming more available these days, it’s important for users to be able to upgrade their devices to enjoy the features of this network. But for quite some time, the only 5G devices that were available to the public were the ones that came with high-end specs. And to be frank, not a lot of people could afford these phones and not everyone is willing to spend that much money on a device during a … [read full article]