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ZTE Spro 2 Android smart projector finally lands on T-Mobile

ZTE Spro 2 Android smart projector finally lands on T-Mobile

There is a saying that goes "better late than never". While that might be true in a lot of things, in business, especially a fast moving target like consumer electronics, the window of opportunity doesn't always stay open for late comers. So when T-Mobile proudly announces the arrival of the ZTE Spro 2 smart projector on its shelves, there is probably a bit of bewilderment why it took the Un-carrier more than a year to make it so. Still, better late than never.

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T-Mobile is trading stock for new customers – with these rules

T-Mobile is trading stock for new customers – with these rules

Today T-Mobile USA has revealed a plan to give users single stocks in exchange for bringing new customers into the fold. In the prospectus for this plan, T-Mobile suggests that these stocks can be given to T-Mobile customers "who are individuals" (not businesses) for one of three different reasons. Stocks can be given for being customers, becoming customers, or referring new customers. It seems relatively simple. T-Mobile USA also suggests that redemptions of "Stock Up Rewards" will be "fulfulfilled through open market purchases of Shares by LOYAL3 Securities, Inc. ("LOYAL3 Securities")."

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T-Mobile LG G Pad X 8.0 is the G Pad III in disguise

T-Mobile LG G Pad X 8.0 is the G Pad III in disguise

Earlier this week, LG revealed its latest Android tablet, the mid-range G Pad III 8.0. Given how few Android tablets come from major OEMs these days, it is perhaps still good news, no matter how not premium it is. It does have a few things going for it, enough it seems for T-Mobile to sign up for it. Except it is going by a different name in the US. The carrier has just added an LG G Pad X 8.0 to its roster, which, aside from the name and perhaps LTE bands, is pretty much the same G Pad III 8.0.

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T-Mobile Tourist Plan gives travelers 3 weeks of service

T-Mobile Tourist Plan gives travelers 3 weeks of service

Planning to visit the U.S. soon and not sure what you're going to do about cellphone service? T-Mobile is hoping you'll subscribe to its newly announced 'Tourist Plan,' a $30/month subscription option that grants travelers access to the carrier's U.S. service for three weeks. During those three weeks, subscribers will get unlimited data, including a couple gigs of high-speed, a bunch of minutes, and more.

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HTC 10 now available from T-Mobile

HTC 10 now available from T-Mobile

In case you forgot to mark the date or got distracted by Google's huge keynote today, here's a friendly reminder: the HTC 10 is now available from T-Mobile, right on time. As previously promised, the Uncarrier has a couple of gifts for those who grab one of the new HTC handsets…assuming you do so by May 24 and that supplies don't run out first.

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T-Mobile adds Spotify and more to Binge On list

T-Mobile adds Spotify and more to Binge On list

Data caps can be a scary thing, depending on how little you have to work with. Nearly every company has their own version of them, and mobile providers have the most restrictive ones out there. However, T-Mobile keeps finding new ways to ensure that you never go over your limit, so long as you're using the right services.

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T-Mobile HTC 10 launch date set for May 18, freebies included

T-Mobile HTC 10 launch date set for May 18, freebies included

It's been a month since HTC unveiled its latest flagship and, unlike a certain other Korean Android OEM, it doesn't seem to be in a hurry to get it out the market, even in the US. In fact, it will only be next week that those on T-Mobile will be able to get their hands on the HTC 10. The "Uncarrier" is indeed launching the still metal clad smartphone on 18th May and to keep things hot in summer, it will be throwing in some freebies for good measure.

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T-Mobile customers will get roaming cell service in Cuba this summer

T-Mobile customers will get roaming cell service in Cuba this summer

Thanks to some diplomatic relations between the two countries, US citizens are able to visit Cuba for first time in many years. Of course, no one wants to visit a foreign land with no working cell phone. Last year, Verizon announced that their customers could have roaming service in Cuba, making them the first provider to do so. However, now they're not the only ones in the game.

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Kyocera DuraForce XD become’s T-Mobile’s first rugged device

Kyocera DuraForce XD become’s T-Mobile’s first rugged device

As fancy and sophisticated as flagship smartphones are today, very few of them can brag about surviving traumatic experiences, as many bend and stress tests love to prove. Even Samsung's Galaxy S7, with its high IP68 dust and water proof rating, isn't as touch when it comes to strong forces. That is one market that Kyocera pretty much has in its pocket. It has been churning out super rugged smartphones like crazy and its DuraForce XD is just one of the latest to make its way into the market, this time into T-Mobile's roster of smartphones.

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T-Mobile Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ Marshmallow update rollout underway

T-Mobile Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ Marshmallow update rollout underway

Samsung Galaxy smartphone owners on T-Mobile should be excited to hear that the Marshmallow Android update is rolling out now for a pair of the popular Galaxy devices. The update rollout kicked off yesterday for the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 edge+ smartphones. Starting yesterday the Galaxy Note 5 received an update to Android 6.0.1 with baseband version N920TUVU2DPD1.

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Cricket launches new unlimited data plan as it takes on T-Mobile

Cricket launches new unlimited data plan as it takes on T-Mobile

Cricket Wireless has announced the launch of a new unlimited data plan for $70/month. As well, Cricket — a subsidiary of AT&T — is targeting T-Mobile, saying the latter carrier costs its customers at least $25 more per month than comparable Cricket plans. As such, Cricket Wireless is hawking a $100 bill credit specifically for T-Mobile subscribers who ditch the Uncarrier for AT&T’s prepaid subsidiary and stay active with the network for at least 45 days.

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T-Mobile unboxes the HTC 10 from 10k feet in a helicopter

T-Mobile unboxes the HTC 10 from 10k feet in a helicopter

Thanks to the iPhone 6 Plus bendgate, 2015 was filled with videos of bend tests, drop tests, bullet tests, and all kinds of unimaginable tortures no one will put their smartphones through normally. For 2016, however, T-Mobile wants to start a new trend, Starting with the Samsung Galaxy S7, the "Un-carrier" has unboxed major smartphone flagships in unconventional situations. With the HTC 10 now out of the door, it's time for HTC's newest and probably best champion to get the similar insane unboxing treatment.

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