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Isis Mobile Wallet launches nationwide with three carrier support

Isis Mobile Wallet launches nationwide with three carrier support

Coming off a rather long testing phase, Isis Mobile Wallet has launched nationwide today. The digital wallet service is arriving with support from three of the big four US carriers and basically means users will be able to make mobile payments with their NFC-equipped smartphone. The catch of course, having a supported device and finding a location that will accept mobile payments.

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T-Mobile Nexus 5 priced for release with still-pure Android

T-Mobile Nexus 5 priced for release with still-pure Android

This afternoon the folks at T-Mobile have made clear their intent to push forth their own unique - however that may be - Nexus 5 to the public. This version of the device should by all means be essentially identical to the version users will be able to purchase from Google Play online, but here T-Mobile USA aims to bring it with their own unique pricing plan. This device will appear in T-Mobile retail stores on the 20th of November.

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Hangouts MMS support soon: T-Mobile boosted on Google Voice

Hangouts MMS support soon: T-Mobile boosted on Google Voice

When you're using Android 4.4 KitKat's version of Hangouts - aka the version released today to the public - you'll be able to work with SMS messaging as well. This integrates the Google experience with the smartphone world on a new level. This week T-Mobile has also stepped up their game when it comes to connecting your smartphone to Google - they've allowed MMS messages to integrate with Google Voice.

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T-Mobile “Un-carrier” programs fuel Q3 2013 expansion

T-Mobile “Un-carrier” programs fuel Q3 2013 expansion

T-Mobile increased its customer base in Q3 2013 by more than 1 million, the company announced in its earnings call. This marks the second consecutive quarter in which the mobile carrier has led the industry in customer acquisition. It sold 5.6 million smartphones in the quarter, 15% of which were iPhone sales, and smartphones made up 88% of the company's device sales revenue.

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T-Mobile global roaming plans “Happy to shake things up”

T-Mobile global roaming plans “Happy to shake things up”

This week T-Mobile USA unveiled a plan that would allow unlimited international data and texting to customers using their Simple Choice plans for phones. Those users with a Simple Choice subscription plan will be working with automatic unlimited data and texting in more than 100 countries and 20 cents a minute for phone calls. We had a chat with T-Mobile's Andrew Sherrard this afternoon about the plans and T-Mobile's further initiatives on a more grand scale, finding him and T-Mobile itself "glad to share things up."

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T-Mobile free global data arriving later this month [UPDATE]

T-Mobile free global data arriving later this month [UPDATE]

Earlier today, a Shakira fan Page on Facebook posted an image of the singer on a T-Mobile advertisement, which included a teaser that the carrier would be offering free global data in more than 100 countries. At the time, a link was included with the image that redirected to a "Coming Soon" page, but that has since been swapped with a confirmation page on T-Mobile's website. Update: we've got the details after the jump.

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Alcatel One Touch Fierce and Evolve head to T-Mobile USA

Alcatel One Touch Fierce and Evolve head to T-Mobile USA

Smartphone manufacturer Alcatel this week announced a partnership with T-Mobile to roll out its latest handset offerings in the One Touch line, the Fierce and the Evolve. The phones, which are scheduled for release in October 2013, were specifically designed to deliver a strong entry-level smartphone experience at a relatively low cost compared to Alcatel's current stable of handsets.

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T-Mobile rebuked over “flawed” marketing against AT&T

T-Mobile rebuked over “flawed” marketing against AT&T

A lie is a lie, even in advertising, a lesson that T-Mobile is seemingly being taught by the National Advertising Division (NAD). This curious reprimand is based on certain claims made by the carrier in its marketing spiels that puts it in a very favorable but, according to the NAD, disputable position over AT&T.

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iPhone 5c raring to go as Apple, carriers start taking pre-orders

iPhone 5c raring to go as Apple, carriers start taking pre-orders

Even with quite a number of criticisms and detractors, there are still those who can't wait to get their hands on Apple's new smartphones. That wait is almost done for some as Apple and major US carriers start opening their doors to pre-orders for the colorful iPhone 5c.

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iPhone 5S and 5C unsubsidized, unlocked prices emerge

iPhone 5S and 5C unsubsidized, unlocked prices emerge

This week the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C have been revealed to replace the iPhone 5 entirely - making the iPhone lineup consist of these two devices an the iPhone 4S in a single 8GB edition. While the iPhone 5C has been listed for a subsidized price (read: attached to a 2-year contract) with AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon for $99 in its 16GB iteration and $199 for the 32GB edition, off-contract pricing has been sized up with two iterations: T-Mobile or SIM-free (GSM, that is).

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Moto X launches for T-Mobile via Motorola’s website

Moto X launches for T-Mobile via Motorola’s website

Late last month, a screenshot surfaced indicating that the Moto X would only be available to T-Mobile customers from the Google Play Store, something that followed a tweet by the carrier's John Legere stating the Moto X would be available this month with a hint at JUMP, both of which followed a press release stating it would first be available via Motorola.com. Questions have been finally laid to rest, however, with today's availability announcement.

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Samsung Galaxy Note III and Galaxy Gear coming to T-Mobile and AT&T in October

Samsung Galaxy Note III and Galaxy Gear coming to T-Mobile and AT&T in October

Now that Samsung has lifted the covers off its Galaxy Note III phablet and Galaxy Gear smartwatch, we get to wait for carriers to race to deliver the devices to their present and would-be customers. Now we have confirmation that T-Mobile and AT&T will start carrying Samsung's latest dream gadgets starting next month.

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