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T-Mobile unveils holiday lineup with Galaxy Note II, Nexus 4, and Windows Phone 8 devices

T-Mobile unveils holiday lineup with Galaxy Note II, Nexus 4, and Windows Phone 8 devices

Today T-Mobile announced their holiday lineup of new devices, and it includes a plethora of different phones from different manufacturers. T-Mobile named off devices such as the Nokia Lumia 810, the HTC Windows Phone 8X, the Google Nexus 4 from LG, and the Samsung Galaxy Note II. These devices and more will be available from T-Mobile during the holiday season.

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T-Mobile Galaxy Note II on sale (for $70 more than AT&T wants)

T-Mobile Galaxy Note II on sale (for $70 more than AT&T wants)

T-Mobile has announced that it will be offering the Samsung Galaxy Note II on its network. You can order up the device today if you're willing to pay nearly $70 more than you can get the same exact phone for on the AT&T network. T-Mobile will offer the device in gray or white colors for $369.99.

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Isis Mobile Wallet launches in Salt Lake City and Austin

Isis Mobile Wallet launches in Salt Lake City and Austin

The new mobile payment system known as Isis Mobile Wallet has officially launched its pilot program in two US cities today. Salt Lake City, UT and Austin, TX are getting Isis support city-wide, and already there's a total of nine smartphones to choose from that come loaded with Isis support from AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile.

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T-Mobile makes changes to data service requirements

T-Mobile makes changes to data service requirements

T-Mobile has recently made some changes to its smartphone data service requirements. Previously, customers were allowed to simply just nab the 200MB data plan when activating a smartphone, which certainly saved on costs, but now the carrier is bumping up the minimum to 2GB of data when activating a new smartphone plan.

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T-Mobile iPhone 5 may arrive early next year

T-Mobile iPhone 5 may arrive early next year

T-Mobile has long been able to offer support for the iPhone on its network, but the carrier simply never sold the device in any of its stores. That might change, though, come early 2013. Morgan Stanley analyst Nick Delfas says that T-Mobile could "announce official iPhone distribution in early 2013."

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Samsung Galaxy S III is T-Mobile’s all-time best-selling device

Samsung Galaxy S III is T-Mobile’s all-time best-selling device

T-Mobile has been working hard lately to up their game as a contending carrier -- they just bought MetroPCS, and they hired a new CEO not too long ago to turn the company around. Today, the carrier announced some more news that is sure to bolster up its credibility. The Samsung Galaxy S III is T-Mobile's all-time best-selling device.

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T-Mobile MetroPCS deal faces Sprint counter-offer threat

T-Mobile MetroPCS deal faces Sprint counter-offer threat

MetroPCS could be the target of a bidding war, with wireless industry whispers that Deutsche Telekom's bid to merge the carrier with T-Mobile USA may face a challenge from another US network. Although the agreement with Deutsche Telekom has already been announced as in incipient merger, a trio of sources speaking to Bloomberg claim ailing rival Sprint is weighing a counter-bid that could be submitted as early as next week.

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T-Mobile and MetroPCS are officially merging

T-Mobile and MetroPCS are officially merging

Yesterday we reported that European wireless provider Deutsche Telekom was in talks with regional carrier MetroPCS to carry out an acquisition deal. Today, the deal is done, with T-Mobile USA officially announcing that MetroPCS will be merging with the carrier to increase customer base and attempt to take the third spot in the wireless carrier race in the US.

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Deutsche Telekom rumored to be buying MetroPCS [UPDATE: talks confirmed]

Deutsche Telekom rumored to be buying MetroPCS [UPDATE: talks confirmed]

European wireless provider Deutsche Telekom (who owns T-Mobile) is rumored to be closing in on an acquisition deal with regional carrier MetroPCS. If and when the buyout happens, the German wireless carrier is planning on using MetroPCS's resources to bolster up T-Mobile's US network. Representatives from both sides are planning to meet tomorrow and could could agree on a deal the same day.

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HTC confirms 8X and 8S for AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile in November

HTC confirms 8X and 8S for AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile in November

Windows Phone was slow out of the gate with US carriers back when it first launched, but HTC and Microsoft aren't going to make that mistake a second time. The freshly-announced Windows Phone 8X and Windows Phone 8S "signature" handsets have already joined the line for AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile USA, with availability of all three expected from November.

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EE 4G: Everything Everywhere launches LTE & Fiber “in coming weeks”

EE 4G: Everything Everywhere launches LTE & Fiber “in coming weeks”

Everything Everywhere has rebranded, launching EE, its new 4G combo-carrier harnessing T-Mobile UK and Orange and throwing in a fiber option for the UK too. Revealed in London today, with commercial availability in the coming weeks, EE will be broadly available in the UK by Christmas, delivering high-speed internet access across a range of devices.

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T-Mobile iPhone again in the mix with “Unlimited & Unlocked” plans

T-Mobile iPhone again in the mix with “Unlimited & Unlocked” plans

It appears that the folks at T-Mobile are aiming to keep or gain a new collection of customers on iPhone 5 day - that being this Wednesday - with a plan they call "Unlimited & Unlocked." This plan will have customers bringing in their unlocked iPhone devices - of all kinds, we must assume, hint hint - with a lure of unlimited data in the mix. Whether or not they'll offer the same deal for the iPhone 5 as they are prepared to with the iPhone 4S and below is not yet known - what is known is that this is T-Mobile's biggest effort to date for working with a phone that they don't even carry.

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