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T-Mobile will offer unlimited nationwide 4G data plans starting September 5

T-Mobile will offer unlimited nationwide 4G data plans starting September 5

Few smartphone users out there are happy with the way most carriers place limits on data plans. Many data plans out there offer you a specific allotment of data each month and if you go over that allotment, you either get charged more or your speed is throttled back. T-Mobile has made an announcement that mobile data users will really love; unlimited 4G data is coming.

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AT&T shared data skewered by T-Mobile claims

AT&T shared data skewered by T-Mobile claims

With AT&T and Verizon releasing shared data plans this summer, AT&T's plans appearing just earlier today, T-Mobile has released a statement skewering their competitors' methods and data plans. Coming straight from the keyboard of Harry Thomas, director of product marketing with T-Mobile, you'll find T-Mobile appearing very much as the hero while the other two carriers are dashed and set on fire - figuratively. Have a peek and decide for yourself if AT&T and Verizon's plans are as "costly, complicated, punitive" as T-Mobile says they are.

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T-Mobile and Verizon ink huge AWS spectrum sale and swap deal

T-Mobile and Verizon ink huge AWS spectrum sale and swap deal

T-Mobile USA and Verizon Wireless have inked an AWS spectrum purchase and exchange deal in multiple US markets, with the GSM carrier aiming to repurpose the airwaves for its 4G development. The agreement, which has been submitted to the FCC for approval, covers spectrum in 218 US markets - covering 60m people - and would be used both for T-Mobile's existing HSPA+ network and for its planned LTE roll-out in 2013.

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Samsung Galaxy S III Review [AT&T & T-Mobile]

Samsung Galaxy S III Review [AT&T & T-Mobile]

Is the Samsung Galaxy S III the most anticipated Android smartphone in the US this year? Given the reaction to the 4.8-inch flagship's announcement - not to mention the pre-launch rumor and hype - and the subsequent furore around the European model, it's hard not to reach that conclusion. Set to launch on five US carriers near-simultaneously, the Galaxy S III has arrived in AT&T and T-Mobile form on the SlashGear testbench, hoping to convince us again with their 4G and potent processors. We've already reviewed - and loved - the European version of the Galaxy S III that went on sale earlier this month; read on to find out if the US phones can live up to expectations.

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T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy S III priced, launching in two phases

T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy S III priced, launching in two phases

T-Mobile has revealed the pricing for its highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S III but noted that quantities of the device won't be enough to support a full nationwide launch as originally planned for June 21. Only T-Mobile stores in the top 29 markets will receive the first batch of Galaxy S III handsets, while the rest will have them by June 27.

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Verizon likely to divest spectrum for cable deal

Verizon likely to divest spectrum for cable deal

Verizon's proposed $3.6 billion deal to snatch up unused AWS spectrum from a coalition of cable companies in exchange for joint marketing will likely require the carrier to divest some of that spectrum. Senator Herb Kohl, chairman of the Senate Antitrust Subcommittee, who urged against the AT&T and T-Mobile deal that later crumbled, has issued a letter this week raising competition concerns surrounding the Verizon deal.

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T-Mobile announces contract-free data passes

T-Mobile announces contract-free data passes

If you've got a 3G device that only seldomly needs an actual mobile connection, like a tablet or hotspot, you're no doubt frustrated that they're normally sold with expensive contract plans. T-Mobile hopes to alleviate that with a handful of new off-contract plans. Of course, you'll need to buy their hardware outright, but for quite a bit of customers this might make a lot more sense. Naturally you'll get access to T-Mobile's "4G" HSPA+ network.

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