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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 Galaxy J7 and LG K10 tipped to launch next week

T-Mobile Galaxy J7 and LG K10 tipped to launch next week

T-Mobile fans will have a pair of new smartphones to choose from next week according to a new leaked documents. The rumor claims that the Samsung Galaxy J7 and LG K10 Android devices will launch on the T-Mobile network on May 18. No official announcement has been made that either device will land on that day, but a training page on the J7 has leaked that claims to be for T-Mobile listing that date for launch.

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Alcatel Onetouch Pop 7 LTE lands at T-Mobile with 7-inch display

Alcatel Onetouch Pop 7 LTE lands at T-Mobile with 7-inch display

T-Mobile has a new smaller screen tablet that customers can purchase that is called the Alcatel OneTouch Pop 7 LTE. The tablet supports 4G LTE connectivity as the name suggests and has a 7-inch display making it a smaller tablet. The big feature of this tablet isn't in the spec sheet; it's in the pricing of the device with the full retail price set at $129.99.

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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 Binge On and Music Freedom expand to cover 100+ services

T-Mobile Binge On and Music Freedom expand to cover 100+ services

T-Mobile has expanded its Binge On and Music Freedom programs to cover an additional 16 services, bringing the total number to more than 100. The newly added options include ESPN Radio, Amazon Music, TV Land, Spike, Nickelodeon, and more. As with other services covered by Binge On, subscribers can stream content from these destinations without having it apply toward their data cap, addressing one of the biggest issues with mobile content consumption.

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T-Mobile subscribers get MLB.TV Premium access

T-Mobile subscribers get MLB.TV Premium access

T-Mobile has announced that its sponsorship of the MLB will continue for another three years, and as such subscribers will be given a year’s subscription to MLB.TV Premium, a move made just in time for the upcoming baseball season. The perk is being offered to Simple Choice customers with applicable plans, and will be available to access starting April 3.

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T-Mobile says it’s not throttling YouTube

T-Mobile says it’s not throttling YouTube

One of the coolest things that T-Mobile is doing for its customers is the Binge On service that removes data usage for certain streaming sites from your data limit. That means you can stream all the YouTube you want without worrying about destroying your data allotment for the month in a day. The catch is that all videos streamed are throttled to 480p.

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FCC to companies: explain your zero-rating data exemptions

FCC to companies: explain your zero-rating data exemptions

The Federal Communications Commission wants to know more about zero-rating data plans — that is, plans like T-Mobile’s ‘Binge On’ that allow customers to stream content from certain providers without it impacting their data caps. T-Mobile isn’t the only company with such a plan; AT&T and Comcast will have to offer up explanations, too. The FCC’s Chairman Tom Wheeler was careful to state, though, that “this is not an investigation.”

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T-Mobile’s Music Freedom covers 11 more services

T-Mobile’s Music Freedom covers 11 more services

In mid-2014, T-Mobile introduced “Music Freedom,” a perk under which subscribers can stream music from select streaming services without using up their high-speed data. The service has been expanded since then, with today marking one of its bigger expansions. T-Mobile has announced that eleven additional music streaming services are covered under Music Freedom, including TuneIn Premium, SomaFM, and more.

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T-Mobile Binge On’s gritty little fine print

T-Mobile Binge On’s gritty little fine print

T-Mobile is doing its Uncarrier thing again and this time it's unlimited streaming video that's on offer, but your eyes may not thank you. Binge On follows in the footsteps of the carrier's unlimited streaming music perk, this time around offering video from services like Netflix and Hulu, but there's a resolution price to pay in return.

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