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T-Mobile LTE-U arrives for customers in a handful of US cities

T-Mobile LTE-U arrives for customers in a handful of US cities

T-Mobile has announced that LTE-Unlimited, otherwise known as LTE-U, is now available to customers in a handful of cities in the US. These cities include some big places like Las Vegas and Brooklyn, as well as some smaller places like Dearborn, Michigan and Richardson, Texas. If you do live in one of these regions and you're a T-Mobile subscriber, there's still a catch: your phone has to support LTE-U and yours probably doesn't.

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Coolpad Defiant budget phone arrives at T-Mobile next week

Coolpad Defiant budget phone arrives at T-Mobile next week

Company Coolpad Technologies has introduced its latest smartphone, the Coolpad Defiant. This model will be available in the United States through T-Mobile, serving as an inexpensive entry-level device for those who don't need much. The company describes this as a 'significant milestone' for itself, one that builds upon the two previous models it launched in the US through T-Mobile.

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The new 10.5″ iPad Pro arrives in T-Mobile stores next week

The new 10.5″ iPad Pro arrives in T-Mobile stores next week

Apple recently took the wraps off its new iPad Pro model, one featuring a 10.5-inch display, and now T-Mobile has announced that it will start offering the slate in its own stores next week. The arrival is no doubt most attractive to those who are already T-Mobile subscribers; in that case, getting the tablet through the Uncarrier tacks another $20 onto the customer's monthly bill, something that gets them unlimited data.

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T-Mobile DIGITS brings multi-number, multi-device joy on May 31

T-Mobile DIGITS brings multi-number, multi-device joy on May 31

T-Mobile's DIGITS, which allows subscribers to mix & match with multiple numbers across multiple devices, is rolling it to all its customers from May 31. With it, users will be able to have two lines - one for personal, one for business - call the same smartphone, for instance, without having to pay for two full service plans. DIGITS launched in beta back in December 2016, but as of the end of this month all T-Mobile subscribers will find it activated on their plans.

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T-Mobile calls out Verizon with its latest switcher promotion

T-Mobile calls out Verizon with its latest switcher promotion

T-Mobile has announced a new switcher promotion as part of its "summer celebration" and it's aimed directly at pulling people away from Verizon. This latest deal has all the trappings of typical switcher promotions - T-Mobile will pay the remaining balance on your device, hook you up with a new plan, and let you add additional lines at a discount. However, this promotion has one major offer we don't see that often: T-Mobile will let you keep your phone.

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Samsung’s Galaxy S8 BOGO deal is weirdly competitive

Samsung’s Galaxy S8 BOGO deal is weirdly competitive

Samsung hasn't been slow in selling Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ phones, but if you've been holding off buying the new Android flagship then it may have the deal you've been waiting for. Although its curved AMOLED touchscreen, slimline glass and metal construction, and speedy Snapdragon 835 processor have meant the Galaxy S8 isn't cheap - especially if you buy it unlocked - Samsung itself is running a BOGO deal in the US that's worth considering. Best of all, it appears Samsung could teach the carriers something about being user-friendly.

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Sprint, T-Mobile once again discussing possible merger

Sprint, T-Mobile once again discussing possible merger

It's been a few years now since US mobile carriers Sprint and T-Mobile held negotiations over a merger between the two companies, only to eventually be shut down by government regulators. But now that some time has passed, along with a freeze on such discussions due to the recent spectrum auction, Sprint's parent SoftBank and T-Mobile's parent Deutsche Telekom AG are looking to revive their merger talks.

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T-Mobile ‘Free Data for Life’ tablet perk has been shut down

T-Mobile ‘Free Data for Life’ tablet perk has been shut down

Back in October 2013, T-Mobile announced a then-new perk for tablet owners that would give them 200MB of 4G LTE data for free every month. It was a great offer at the time, and though it's still great to get something free today, the 200MB figure doesn't go very far. It's for that reason that T-Mobile has shut the program down; as of yesterday, any new tablet activations won't get the free monthly data, though existing users won't be affected by the change.

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T-Mobile Premium Device Protection Plus plan arrives for phones and more

T-Mobile Premium Device Protection Plus plan arrives for phones and more

T-Mobile has announced the launch of a new device plan for smartphones, tablets and hotspots, the Premium Device Protection Plus plan. The Uncarrier, which refers to this as the PDP Plus plan, is a step up from T-Mobile's Premium Device Protection, adding additional things like ID protection, 'VIP-level' help desk access, and data protection for up to 10 devices, on top of the coverage already offered by the regular premium plan.

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T-Mobile 5G arrives nationwide in 2020 — carrier lambasts AT&T over ‘fake 5G’

T-Mobile 5G arrives nationwide in 2020 — carrier lambasts AT&T over ‘fake 5G’

Talk about 5G networks has been increasing, and most of the big carriers have at least mentioned the technology. Latest among them is T-Mobile, which has called out its two biggest competitors over what it feels are inferior and/or sketchy 5G claims. The Uncarrier goes so far as to accuse AT&T of peddling a 'fake 5G' network, the latter carrier's so-called '5G Evolution' offering. Amidst it all, T-Mobile made a big claim: it plans to offer a legit 5G network, and that network will be available nationwide in 2020.

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Galaxy J3 Prime arrives at T-Mobile: 5″ HD display, 5MP camera, Nougat

Galaxy J3 Prime arrives at T-Mobile: 5″ HD display, 5MP camera, Nougat

T-Mobile is now offering the budget-tier Galaxy J3 Prime, a smartphone with a 5-inch HD display alongside decent specifications and, perhaps more importantly, a mere $6/month price if purchased with a device payment plan. Those who choose to purchase the phone outright will be charged $150 USD, though there's also the pesky (and somewhat ample) $25 SIM card fee to keep in mind, too.

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T-Mobile tipped to launch its own ‘value based’ phone with high-end features

T-Mobile tipped to launch its own ‘value based’ phone with high-end features

T-Mobile is planning to one-up its competitors by launching its own-branded phone, according to sources, a model that will be inexpensive compared to the high-end features it will offer. In addition to launching its own phone, T-Mobile reportedly also plans to change the way the devices are paid for, though details on that are still slight at this time. Assuming the information is correct, this upcoming T-Mobile phone will have features found on the latest flagship smartphones.

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