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T-Mobile rolling out iPhone 5 software update, addresses battery and enables LTE

T-Mobile rolling out iPhone 5 software update, addresses battery and enables LTE

The official T-Mobile iPhone 5 doesn't release until April 12, but those with unlocked models can take advantage of T-Mobile's network right away. For those customers, T-Mobile is rolling out a software update that enables LTE on unlocked iPhone 5 models, as well as improves battery life and enables Visual Voicemail.

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T-Mobile iPhone 5 pre-orders live, available April 12

T-Mobile iPhone 5 pre-orders live, available April 12

Today's the day, folks. Those wanting an iPhone 5 on T-Mobile can now order one on T-Mobile's website with a ship date of April 12. You can grab one for as low $99 down, with monthly payments of $20 per month for 24 months. Or, if you have the cash, you can pay in full at checkout for as low as $579 for the 16GB model. Join that together with a $50-per-month plan and you really got something.

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T-Mobile tipped to rollout carrier update bringing LTE to unlocked iPhone 5 users

T-Mobile tipped to rollout carrier update bringing LTE to unlocked iPhone 5 users

Something interesting appears to be afoot for unlocked iPhone users on the T-Mobile network. T-Mobile announced not long ago that it would be officially offering the iPhone 5. T-Mobile also happens to have a large number of unlocked iPhones operating on its network already.

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AT&T: Sorry T-Mo, we’ll offer iPhone 5 HD Voice this year too

AT&T: Sorry T-Mo, we’ll offer iPhone 5 HD Voice this year too

AT&T will enable HD Voice for the iPhone 5 later in 2013, slamming T-Mobile USA's exclusive on the high-quality voice call system in the process, execs at the carrier have confirmed. News of the incipient tech turn-on came on Monday, with AT&T senior VP Kris Rinne revealing that the network sees HD Voice as "part of our voice over LTE strategy," AllThingsD reports.

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T-Mobile confirms Bellevue layoffs

T-Mobile confirms Bellevue layoffs

Earlier this month, sources said that T-Mobile would be laying off employees at its Bellevue headquarters, which had mostly been shielded from the other layoffs it had last year. T-Mobile declined commenting on the rumor for quite some time, but has finally confirmed that it did, indeed, let go of quite a few employees.

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iPhone 5 jailbreak tweak allows AT&T users to hop over to T-Mobile

iPhone 5 jailbreak tweak allows AT&T users to hop over to T-Mobile

T-Mobile announced earlier this week that the iPhone 5 would be coming to the carrier, which marks the first time that T-Mobile has officially carried Apple's phone. However, while AT&T models of the iPhone 5 can be updated to support T-Mobile's AWS bands, jailbroken iPhones can't be tampered with in such a way, or else the jailbreak would be lost. However, a new jailbreak tweak fixes this.

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T-Mobile pushes out latest ads after UNcarrier announcements

T-Mobile pushes out latest ads after UNcarrier announcements

T-Mobile made quite a few announcements today, the most notable of which was launching their 4G LTE network and detailing the various LTE devices that they would have available, including the iPhone 5. In order to keep their momentum going, the carrier launched a couple of new advertisements to spread the word about their new no-contract policy.

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T-Mobile Samsung GALAXY S 4 available early May

T-Mobile Samsung GALAXY S 4 available early May

T-Mobile announced a slew of new items during its UNcarrier event in New York City where they officially launched their LTE network in seven markets across the US, as well as announced a handful of LTE devices that will be available on the carrier, one of which is the Samsung GALAXY S 4, which CEO John Legere says will come "about May 1."

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T-Mobile LTE live in seven markets starting today

T-Mobile LTE live in seven markets starting today

Today at T-Mobile's UNcarrier event in New York City, the company officially launched its 4G LTE network in seven markets around the US. These cities include Baltimore, Houston, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Phoenix, San Jose, and Washington DC. T-Mobile expects its 4G LTE network to reach 100 million Americans by mid-2013, and 200 million people by the end of 2013.

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T-Mobile unveils 4G LTE UNcarrier device lineup

T-Mobile unveils 4G LTE UNcarrier device lineup

T-Mobile just announced the official launch of their new 4G LTE network, and customers will have six devices to choose from, one of which is a new LTE hotspot. Customers will have their shot at the Samsung GALAXY S 4, Galaxy Note II, BlackBerry Z10, HTC One, iPhone 5 (announcement here), and the Sonic 2.0 Mobile HotSpot LTE.

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T-Mobile reveals UNcarrier LTE event info early: a quick run-down

T-Mobile reveals UNcarrier LTE event info early: a quick run-down

T-Mobile CEO John Legere is on stage right now talking about some of the recent developments with the company over the past few months, but we just received a press release straight from T-Mobile that details all of goodies that the company is announcing today, including the launch of their LTE network, new devices, and some other changes.

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T-Mobile LTE goes live in several cities before official launch

T-Mobile LTE goes live in several cities before official launch

A few days ago, T-Mobile's LTE network was detected to be running in a handful of cities around the US. While it wasn't being seen by everyone, network-detection app OpenSignal was able to see that T-Mobile's new LTE was present. However, some networks have been reported to have already launched ahead of the company's event today.

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