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The Underground: T-Mobile’s mixed message

The Underground: T-Mobile’s mixed message

In case you missed it, T-Mobile opened up The Underground recently. The site is dedicated to limited edition devices we wouldn’t normally get to see or purchase,almost an exclusive club full of chic devices. After poking around for a while, we must say — this is not the T-Mobile we’ve come to love.

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Apple Stores may offer prepaid plans with iPhones soon

Apple Stores may offer prepaid plans with iPhones soon

Apple Stores in the US may let you walk out with a prepaid plan, soon. According to sources, the Cupertino firm will not only sell you a device at full price, they’ll also offer up a low-cost prepaid plan. This move is believed to be starting the last week of June.

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T-Mobile data outages reported in several major markets [Update]

T-Mobile data outages reported in several major markets [Update]

If your T-Mobile phone has gone silent, it’s not you. You’re not suddenly unpopular with the Uncarrier. It seems the carrier is seeing an outage that spans several major metropolitan areas, including their backyard of Seattle. T-Mobile has yet to address the issue.

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T-Mobile announces mysterious new site called “The Underground”

T-Mobile announces mysterious new site called “The Underground”

T-Mobile has a curious new program for us. Via Google+, we find T-Mobile bragging up an exclusive club of sorts, with “limited-stock devices and accessories reserved for true enthusiasts”. Called The Underground, T-Mobile seems to want to create an avenue for oddball devices to make their way to the tech-hungry minority.

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T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Tab PRO 8.4 leaked: one massive “phone”

T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Tab PRO 8.4 leaked: one massive “phone”

Samsung appears to be bringing T-Mobile the largest smartphone the carrier has ever carried. Leaked this week is the T-Mobile version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab PRO 8.4, in all it’s glory - complete with an earpiece to suggest phone capabilities. While normally we’d suggest that this was a tablet, the earpiece says otherwise.

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T-Mobile Uncarrier 5.0 announced, won’t be “safe and sound”

T-Mobile Uncarrier 5.0 announced, won’t be “safe and sound”

T-Mobile is announcing the next phase of their “Uncarrier” approach, and have begun sending invitations to “Uncarrier 5.0”. Held June 18 in Los Angeles, the tagline of “we don’t play it safe and sound” is prominently displayed across the invitation. T-Mobile loves to drop hints in their invitations, so what could that mean?

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Apple bests Samsung in overall sales for Q1 2014

Apple bests Samsung in overall sales for Q1 2014

Dominating the sales demographics on most carriers, Apple remains the top smartphone vendor, helping push smartphones to an 87% market share in the US. The Q1 2014 numbers also show a 7% growth versus last year, and highlight a breakdown of sales by OEM and carrier. Though there are some suprising statistics, Apple’s dominance is not one of them.

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T-Mobile tablets at Walmart start low-end connected push

T-Mobile tablets at Walmart start low-end connected push

There’s little doubt that Walmart is the place where the least expensive electronics thrive. T-Mobile USA knows this, and Walmart is more than prepared to take on T-Mobile’s "Un-leash" initiative with a couple of lower-end tablets. Both devices being reveal this week are amongst the first cellular-connected tablets available at the outlet.

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T-Mobile wants $1 billlion if proposed merger fails

T-Mobile wants $1 billlion if proposed merger fails

If the proposed merger between T-Mobile and Sprint fails to pass the watchful eye of the FCC, T-Mobile parent company Deutsche Telekom wants to cash in. A new report suggests the German company wants $1 billion or more from Sprint should the takeover/merger fall flat. Furthermore, Deutsche Telekom is seeking to keep key T-Mobile figures in place, as well as the brand they’ve worked so hard to build.

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Text-to-911 available on all carriers starting May 15

Text-to-911 available on all carriers starting May 15

The ability to text an emergency to 911 has long been in the works, and will finally be realized this month. Starting May 15, all four major US carriers will be able to handle your 911 texts. While the program is not designed to take the place of calls to 911, it does provide a necessary option for those in dangerous circumstances.

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Fastest Mobile Networks 2014: testing your data across the USA

Fastest Mobile Networks 2014: testing your data across the USA

Each year a test is done across the nation by everyday users like you. The test is part of "Fastest Mobile Networks 2014," ultimately showing how mobile device networks (AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon) are delivering on the data speeds they present every day. PCMag heads this test, and this year SlashGear is joining in to create the most expansive Fastest Mobile Networks test since its inception.

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T-Mobile interested in iPhone for MetroPCS, and this time it’s possible

T-Mobile interested in iPhone for MetroPCS, and this time it’s possible

The iPhone is a coveted device, by both consumers and carriers. Launched on AT&T, it wasn’t long before Verizon swallowed their bloatware and jumped on board as well. T-Mobile followed years later, as did Sprint. Now it seems as though T-Mobile is once again discussing bringing the iPhone to Metro PCS.

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