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T-Mobile Burger King Impossible Whoppers need two apps

T-Mobile Burger King Impossible Whoppers need two apps

The folks at T-Mobile USA have a series of partnerships in place that aim to to give "perks" to their "Un-carrier" mobile data customers. Just so long as a person is a part of T-Mobile via a monthly payment for mobile data (for their smartphone, most likely), they'll have access to "T-Mobile Tuesdays" and the "free stuff" therein. This month, being a T-Mobile USA customer means a person may have access to a free no-meat burger from Burger King.

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Which phones let me connect to 5G in 2019?

Which phones let me connect to 5G in 2019?

New 5G network service was connected in several countries around the world in recent months before all brands had their own 5G smartphone. Some manufacturers have a single smartphone capable of connecting to 5G data speed, while other have no 5G devices whatsoever. Today we're taking a peek at the very few 5G smartphones on the market today - and we look ahead to the future, when 5G covers a much more comprehensive portion of the world.

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LG Stylo 5 on T-Mobile offers Galaxy Note fans a way out

LG Stylo 5 on T-Mobile offers Galaxy Note fans a way out

The Galaxy Note line might be on its way out. Depending on who you ask, the Galaxy Note 10 might be the ultimate stylus-toting phablet or its a sign of stagnation. Some may even feel that the S Pen ain't all it cracked up to be. Others still believe in the mighty stick but can no longer justify the $1,000 price tag. If any of those sound like you, then the latest LG Stylo 5 might offer a transition away from Samsung's clutches, especially now that it's available on T-Mobile as well.

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AT&T and T-Mobile just switched on cross-network robocall verification

AT&T and T-Mobile just switched on cross-network robocall verification

Regardless of your cell network of choice, spam calls are a universal nuisance, and now AT&T and T-Mobile are working together on anti-robocall tech that brings subscribers another step closer to full call verification. The implementation of SHAKEN/STIR caller authentication is only the first time that the technology has been extended across US cellphone networks.

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Here are the phone carrier locking rules agreed to by DISH, T-Mobile, and Sprint

Here are the phone carrier locking rules agreed to by DISH, T-Mobile, and Sprint

Documentation agreed to by the Department of Justice, T-Mobile, Sprint, and DISH, dictate that new carrier locking policies are now on the books. Before you go any further, note that these agreements were not made by AT&T, Verizon, or any other carrier other than the three carriers mentioned in the first sentence of this article. In the court documents viewed by SlashGear today, locking principals agreed to by these parties apply to "all methods of locking, (including any limitation on the use of an eSIM to switch between profiles*) for any postpaid or prepaid mobile wireless device that they lock to their network."

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No eSIM future: What’s in the T-Mobile, Sprint, DISH DOJ agreement

No eSIM future: What’s in the T-Mobile, Sprint, DISH DOJ agreement

The future is officially, legally bindingly, inclusive of eSIM. Official court filings released today stipulate that both The New T-Mobile (with Sprint) and DISH "agree to support eSIM technology on smartphones, including working with handset equipment manufacturers to support eSIM-capable phones to the extent such phones are technically capable of operating on [aforementioned carriers'] wireless networks."

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DISH as Wireless Carrier: What’s that mean for me and 5G?

DISH as Wireless Carrier: What’s that mean for me and 5G?

Today DISH stood to gain in a BIG way thanks to the merger between Sprint and T-Mobile USA approved by the United States Department of Justice. T-Mobile USA and Sprint will become one carrier, but they'll need to divest control of a whole lot of STUFF to DISH in order to make that merger possible. DISH will effectively become a "national facilities-based wireless carrier," and will deploy the "Nation's First Standalone 5G Broadband Network."

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T-Mobile Sprint merger just approved by DOJ

T-Mobile Sprint merger just approved by DOJ

The United States Department of Justice (DOJ) just approved the merging of the companies T-Mobile USA and Sprint, with a set of requirements. The requirements include - primarily - a "package of divestitures to Dish." In divesting with DISH, DISH will (according to DOJ) be able to enter the USA as the Forth Nationwide Facilities-Based Wireless Competitor.

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Galaxy Fold will be snubbed by T-Mobile

Galaxy Fold will be snubbed by T-Mobile

Samsung proudly announced the Galaxy Fold's upcoming return to the market but that has only sparked questions more than answers. The biggest question, of course, is will you buy one after its catastrophic first attempt. It's a question of trust that even original fans are asking themselves in the weeks leading to the September launch. It seems that even carriers are asking themselves the same question but T-Mobile already has an answer: no.

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Galaxy A20 is free for those switching to Metro by T-Mobile

Galaxy A20 is free for those switching to Metro by T-Mobile

Samsung's Galaxy A series don't often get to the US unlike the higher-end Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series. When they do, they're often available only through carriers. That does seem to be the with the more affordable models, like the Galaxy A20 that's now available on T-Mobile's Metro network. But more than just being affordable, the phone is practically being offered for free if you're switching from another carrier.

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T-MoBell T-Mobile Taco Bell stores indicate apocalypse is near

T-MoBell T-Mobile Taco Bell stores indicate apocalypse is near

That's right, there'll soon be "T-MoBell" stores in an area near you. It's not immediately clear whether people will ever literally see co-branded stores that have full services from either T-Mobile or Taco Bell, but for now, they'll appear on the same sort of ticket: "Smartphones + Tacos" in time for the Super Bowl. Is it just me, or does this remind anyone else of Snakes on a Plane for some reason? It might also be The End Times are near - we'll just have to wait and see!

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REVVLRY and REVVLRY+ continue T-Mobile’s line of budget phones

REVVLRY and REVVLRY+ continue T-Mobile’s line of budget phones

Smartphones are getting more powerful but few will deny that they are also getting more expensive. At least if you keep looking at the high-end which doesn't seem to show any sign of slowing down when it comes to price increases. Not everyone, however, will need or even want all the bells and whistles of those more expensive flagships. For that kind of smartphone user under T-Mobile's care, the uncarrier is offering not one but two REVVL phones to get their money's worth.

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