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T-Mobile Galaxy S Relay 4G balances tepid specs with handy keyboard

T-Mobile Galaxy S Relay 4G balances tepid specs with handy keyboard

T-Mobile USA has snatched up a new Samsung Android phone, and while they're ten-a-penny these days, the fact that the Galaxy S Relay 4G has a slide-out QWERTY keyboard does differentiate it a little. Fronted by a 4-inch Super AMOLED display and running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on a 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S3 processor, the Galaxy S Relay 4G also supports T-Mobile's HSPA+ 42Mbps network.

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T-Mobile USA turns on Unlimited 4G Data

T-Mobile USA turns on Unlimited 4G Data

T-Mobile USA has switched on its unlimited 4G data plans, using the new tariffs to celebrate its tenth anniversary. Announced in August, the new "Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data" plan is now available in stores, with no overage charges, no throttling, and no limit on how much you download on your device, priced from $20 on top of your regular voice plan.

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T-Mobile Galaxy Note to add Dropbox and Wi-fi calls

T-Mobile Galaxy Note to add Dropbox and Wi-fi calls

This week the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note has been revealed with a bow on it, showing off its own unique selection of carrier-added apps and the same fabulous S-Pen as the original. This device has been released internationally as well as on AT&T's 4G LTE network, while this newest release, set for later this summer, will be coming with T-Mobile's 4G - that being HSPA+, not quite LTE. T-Mobile has announced that this device will be popping up with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich right out of the box in "the coming weeks" with a specific date showing its face much sooner than that.

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T-Mobile USA selling Galaxy S III from June 21st

T-Mobile USA selling Galaxy S III from June 21st

Didn’t think T-Mobile were just going to let Verizon have all the fun, did you? Big Magenta has also laid out its pre-order plans for the Samsung Galaxy S III. The phone will be made available for pre-order shortly, with a sign-up page thrown up on T-Mobile's site for now. The handset will officially go on sale on June 21st, and although no pricing details were given in the press release, the cost is said to be $199.99 for the 16GB model.

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T-Mobile boosts HSPA+ and grabs LTE kit; iPhone support this year

T-Mobile boosts HSPA+ and grabs LTE kit; iPhone support this year

T-Mobile USA has announced the next phase of its 4G drive, with broader roll-out of HSPA+ 42Mbps service and new partners for its 2013 LTE network. The carrier has inked deals with Ericsson and Nokia Siemens Networks - both mainstays in the 4G industry - to LTE-capable kit at 37,000 cell sites across T-Mobile's 4G network, boosting signal quality and enhancing performance beginning in 2012. Meanwhile, T-Mobile has also seen more than 1m users sign up to the VoIP service, with each user making over ten calls on average.

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Carrier slashes new iPad price for data addicts

Carrier slashes new iPad price for data addicts

UK carrier Three is offering a new iPad for as little as £99 ($155), with new subsidies on the third-generation Apple tablet for those willing to eschew month-to-month data plans. Inking a two-year agreement nets you 15GB of data per month on Three's HSPA+ network, with a 16GB new iPad for £99 on a £29 ($45) per month plan or for £159 ($249) on £25 ($39) per month plan.

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BlackBerry PlayBook appears with 4G LTE and HSPA+ at the FCC

BlackBerry PlayBook appears with 4G LTE and HSPA+ at the FCC

After more than a year of waiting, BlackBerry users will finally be able to purchase an HSPA+ or 4G LTE PlayBook here in the USA. The FCC has revealed these two versions of the one and only BlackBerry tablet to the world before RIM has formally had a chance to show it off in the wild, and not one whole heck of a lot more than that is known as the moment. This version of the tablet has been tipped perviously to be coming with an upgraded series of specs such as NFC and a dual-core 1.5GHz processor under the hood.

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AT&T increases unlimited data throttling threshold

AT&T increases unlimited data throttling threshold

AT&T revealed today that it has made some adjustments to its data throttling policy for customers still subscribed to legacy unlimited data plans. Customers on these unlimited data plans will now have a higher data cap before throttling kicks in. For those on HSPA+ plans the cap will be 3GB per month, while the cap for LTE customers will be 5GB.

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