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T-Mobile Launches $50 10 GB Simply Prepaid Promotional Plan

T-Mobile is currently offering a new $ 50 Simply Prepaid plan that includes unlimited voice, messaging and data with the first 10 GB of

T-Mobile receives licenses for the 31MHz of 600MHz spectrum won in the FCC auction

Yesterday, the FCC handed over to T-Mobile licenses to cover the 31MHz of 600MHz spectrum that it won at the FCC’s auction of low

Study: T-Mobile, Consumer Cellular Favorite Carriers in the US

According to the results of a study conducted by Market Force, the favorite mobile operators in the United States are T-Mobile and Consumer Cellular.

Coolpad Defiant to Launch on T-Mobile Next Week, MetroPCS Launch to Follow Shortly

T-Mobile has been offering a number of Coolpad devices on its website. But according to a release this morning, a new Coolpad smartphone could

T-Mobile and Sprint Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ receive update for Bixby, SD cards and more

T-Mobile and Sprint subscribers rocking the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8+ are starting to receive an update that has two main features

T-Mobile to Launch ZTE Avid Plus, BlackBerry Priv, and New Simply Prepaid Plans Next Week

Two new devices will be provided on T-Mobile starting next week. An image supporting news about these 2 gadgets has been posted on Reddit

How to: Switch Off Binge On Via T-Mobile App or Website

As T-Mobile continues to get criticism for its Binge On service, a growing number of problems have originated from it– net neutrality concerns, video

T-Mobile Adds 14 New Services to Binge On

Despite the backlash it’s receiving with Binge On, T-Mobile today announced the addition of 14 new services to the program. Answering the strong demand

T-Mobile Gains 8 Million Plus Subscribers For Two Years In A Row

For a number of years in a row, T-Mobile has been able to add a minimum of 8 million new consumers to its fold.

BlackBerry Priv launches on January 26 on T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint will release it, too

BlackBerry today validated that the Priv – its primary Android-based smartphone – will quickly be offered via Verizon Wireless, Sprint, and T-Mobile. Last month,