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ZTE ZMax Pro comes to T-Mobile at long last

ZTE ZMax Pro comes to T-Mobile at long last

Not everyone wants all the trappings of a high-end and expensive flagship smartphone. But almost everyone wants the best smartphone that their money can buy, and, sometimes, that money is in short supply. Mid-range smartphones are a dime a dozen, so choosing the best can be as daunting as choosing a wedding gown. For T-Mobile subscribers, however, that choice might have just been made simpler. After enjoying some attention at MetroPCS, the ZTE ZMax Pro is arriving at T-Mobile with its surprising mix of high specs and low price.

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T-Mobile fined $48m by FCC over ‘unlimited’ data restriction disclosures

T-Mobile fined $48m by FCC over ‘unlimited’ data restriction disclosures

The FCC has announced that T-Mobile will pay $48 million to settle a probe into its restrictions disclosures related to unlimited data. The commission announced the fine today, saying it is related to an investigation it carried out regarding whether the Uncarrier appropriately disclosed what kind of restrictions come with its ‘unlimited’ data plan. The FCC found that some customers on both T-Mobile and MetroPCS may have expected more high-speed data than they ultimately received.

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LG V20 pre-order on T-Mobile: Here’s how to get one

LG V20 pre-order on T-Mobile: Here’s how to get one

With the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 out of the running, very few Android phones can now claim to be this year’s smartphone darling. One of those is the LG V20, which has pretty much displaced the earlier G5 as LG’s premiere smartphone. Unless you actually dig its modular personality. Earlier this month, the smartphone went on pre-order at AT&T. Now it’s T-Mobile’s turn to dangle the carrot in front of their subscribers, and here’s what you’re getting when you take a bite.

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Galaxy Note 7 sales suspended (again) on AT&T, T-Mobile

Galaxy Note 7 sales suspended (again) on AT&T, T-Mobile

Samsung may be taking its time, maybe even doing some ethically (not to mention legally) questionable steps, regarding reports about its still exploding replacement Galaxy Note 7 units, but US carriers are taking none of that. Instead of waiting for a statement from Samsung or US authorities, both AT&T and T-Mobile have already taken action themselves, removing any and all Galaxy Note 7s from their shelves, pending results of those investigations. So, yes, at least in the US, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is practically dead.

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LG V20 pre-orders begin on AT&T, coming to T-Mobile later this month

LG V20 pre-orders begin on AT&T, coming to T-Mobile later this month

Google’s Pixel smartphone may have the grabbed the spotlight, but the LG isn’t going to let you forget about the still first smartphone to launch with Android Nougat. At least out of the box and only up to version 7.0. Yes, the LG V20 is still in the game and it will soon arrive in the US. In fact, carriers AT&T and T-Mobile have started the pre-order stage for the smartphone, with a schedule shipping date set before the month ends.

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Galaxy Note 7 returns to T-Mobile’s online store

Galaxy Note 7 returns to T-Mobile’s online store

T-Mobile signaled as much earlier in the week, and now the day has arrived: the Galaxy Note 7 has returned to the carrier's US website and is available for purchase once again. This reintroduction comes after a rather lengthy recall process sparked by widely reported cases of defective Note 7 batteries catching fire and exploding.

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T-Mobile Galaxy Note 7 returns to stores this week

T-Mobile Galaxy Note 7 returns to stores this week

Samsung has already started to get the ball rolling over the weekend when it resumed sales of the Galaxy Note 7 in Korea. It promises that the rest of the world would follow suit soon and, indeed, some markets have already opened the doors again. In the US, T-Mobile will be kicking off that re-launch when it starts carrying the Galaxy Note 7 in stores, both online and physical outlets, starting Wednesday. At the same time, T-Mobile is still accepting, in fact urging, customers to turn in their wayward units for a replacement.

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Galaxy Note 7 is back on Verizon, T-Mobile following soon

Galaxy Note 7 is back on Verizon, T-Mobile following soon

While we expect a bit more reports, maybe even more lawsuits, in the coming days, Samsung seems to be quite confident it has weathered the storm, enough to actually restart sales of the Galaxy Note 7 in the US. Or at least that seems to be the implication now that Verizon has put the controversial phablet back on stock on its website. And according to a third-party report, T-Mobile would be doing the same really soon as well, just in time for the promised September 21 date.

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T-Mobile takes a swing at AT&T, says its 2G network will stay active through 2020

T-Mobile takes a swing at AT&T, says its 2G network will stay active through 2020

AT&T recently announced that it would be dropping support for its 2G network next year, and of course, its competitors are seeing that as an opportunity. Specifically, T-Mobile has hopped on the chance to pull some clients who still depend on 2G connectivity away from AT&T, pledging today to keep its 2G network functioning through 2020.

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iPhone 7 preorder and carrier pricing round-up

iPhone 7 preorder and carrier pricing round-up

The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus won't be available for pre-order until tomorrow, but in the meantime, we have some pricing details from the big four carriers in the US. While some carriers are being a little tight-lipped on their pricing until the phone actually goes up for pre-order, Apple has published information for all four of them, letting us know how much each one will charge for both the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, along with all of their storage variants.

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LG V20 is coming to major US carriers, question is when

LG V20 is coming to major US carriers, question is when

The iPhone 7 and friends may have grabbed the spotlight from the LG V20 too soon, but those who remain unfazed by Apple’s products remain more interested in this new, premium Android smartphone. Good thing, then, that major carriers in the US have enough room for both. Of course, it’s no surprise that AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon are all chiming in on how they will be carrying LG’s latest and greatest. It’s really more a question of when, and which carrier features the smartphone will support.

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T-Mobile laughs at Verizon’s LTE Advanced announcement

T-Mobile laughs at Verizon’s LTE Advanced announcement

T-Mobile is working hard to make itself look better to consumers than the competition, and it's doing a pretty good job of it. Recently it announced its new T-Mobile One plans that eliminate data caps and give you free video streaming with some caveats. T-Mobile has also now taken aim at some recent claims that Verizon is making that boast about Verizon's new LTE Advanced service that is rolling out to customers in some areas.

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