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Samsung GALAXY S 4 ROM CyanogenMod 10.1 spreads to T-Mobile variant

Samsung GALAXY S 4 ROM CyanogenMod 10.1 spreads to T-Mobile variant

This week the folks at famed hack CyanogenMod have pushed their customized Android system over to the T-Mobile variant of the Samsung GALAXY S 4. This comes after some controversy over the idea that the team would cease working with Samsung devices after finding difficulty with Samsung's Exynos processor software and builds earlier this year. As the AT&T version of the software was shown to be working earlier this month, now so too do we see the T-Mobile variant active.

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iPhone might head to MetroPCS, just not anytime soon

iPhone might head to MetroPCS, just not anytime soon

Now that the MetroPCS/T-Mobile merger has been finalized, many customers on MetroPCS are all wondering, "When can we get our hands on the iPhone?" Well according to T-Mobile CEO John Legere, there is a possibility that the iPhone will head to MetroPCS, however nothing is certain yet. He says, "It's not imminent; I think that's safe to say." He does assure MetroPCS subscribers that he has started discussions with Apple about bringing the iPhone to MetroPCS.

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XPERIA Z appears at FCC with T-Mobile LTE compatibility

XPERIA Z appears at FCC with T-Mobile LTE compatibility

The Sony XPERIA Z has already seen a release of sorts in the USA with the variant by the name of XPERIA ZL, but that's not stopping the company from pushing a T-Mobile Z, it seems. An FCC listing appearing this week shows the original XPERIA Z coming up T-Mobile with 4G LTE abilities that match the carrier perfectly. This release would put Sony in a strange place as the XPERIA ZL is what was assumed to be the hero iteration of the device in the states earlier this year.

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T-Mobile settles “uncarrier” deceptive claims dispute with refunds and ad changes

T-Mobile settles “uncarrier” deceptive claims dispute with refunds and ad changes

Since its March 26 unveiling, T-Mobile has been aggressively pushing the plan changes it has made, alterations that it says make it America's "Uncarrier." Such claims were challenged in Washington, where the state Attorney General's Office initiated an investigation into the carrier's advertisements. The investigation resulted with T-Mobile being accused of making deceptive statements about its plans.

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T-Mobile MetroPCS merger confirmation allows final close by month’s end

T-Mobile MetroPCS merger confirmation allows final close by month’s end

This afternoon the official word from both Deutsch Telekom and T-Mobile USA has been sounded off, this pushing past earlier leaked news reports suggesting the news: the T-Mobile-MetroPCS combination has been approved. This approval comes at the hands of the stockholders of MetroPCS, this being essentially the last major step needed to be taken before the merger deal was finalized.

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BlackBerry Q10 appears in USA with T-Mobile, business first

BlackBerry Q10 appears in USA with T-Mobile, business first

This week the BlackBerry Q10 has been ushered in to the United States smartphone market with announcements from carriers across the board, starting with T-Mobile. As T-Mobile noted earlier today, they'll be bringing pre-orders to the web starting on the 29th of April with business customers first up for in-hand action. This follows the strategy delivered with T-Mobile's push for the BlackBerry Z10 earlier this year.

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T-Mobile GALAXY S 4 online availability delayed due to inventory issues

T-Mobile GALAXY S 4 online availability delayed due to inventory issues

The clock has been ticking down to T-Mobile's online release of the GALAXY S 4, which was supposed to be available on their website April 24 (that's tomorrow). That changed today, however, when users posting on the carrier's Facebook page were being told that the date had been pushed back to April 29. Despite it being posted across the page, nothing official had been said, but now a confirmation has been given.

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HTC One now available on AT&T and T-Mobile

HTC One now available on AT&T and T-Mobile

As expected, the HTC One is now free-for-all. Those on AT&T and T-Mobile can grab the new device starting today either online or at a handful of retail stores, including Best Buy, Radio Shack, Walmart, Sam’s Club, Target, Costco, and Car Toys. The phone will also be available on Amazon.com, as well as at carrier stores.

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