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T-Mobile REVVL V+ 5G doesn’t look too shabby for its price

T-Mobile REVVL V+ 5G doesn’t look too shabby for its price

Whether warranted or not, the term "affordable" has been used as a euphemism for "cheap," which, in turn, has carried a stigma of poor quality or lackluster design. So when T-Mobile claims to have the most affordable 5G phone in the US market, it's unsurprising that some might presume it'll be a rather disappointing affair. They might be surprised, however, to find a rather good-looking handset that does deliver some value for its price, even if it does cut corners.

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T-Mobile now supports iPhone eSIM for 30 days Test Drive Program

T-Mobile now supports iPhone eSIM for 30 days Test Drive Program

T-Mobile wants to grow its network in the wake of its merger with Sprint. The company is looking to add new customers by taking them from other network providers. One way it plans to lure new iPhone users to its network is to allow iPhone users to try the T-Mobile network for free.

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T-Mobile will sell a limited edition 5G-inspired gin starting tomorrow

T-Mobile will sell a limited edition 5G-inspired gin starting tomorrow

T-Mobile is the latest company to launch a promotional limited edition alcohol product, though it is going with liquor instead of wine. The new product, which will be available to purchase starting tomorrow, is named after 5G as a way to promote the Uncarrier's fastest mobile network. Appropriately, the liquor is called '5Gin.'

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OnePlus Nord N200 5G brings $240 Android to T-Mobile USA [Updated]

OnePlus Nord N200 5G brings $240 Android to T-Mobile USA [Updated]

OnePlus is bringing another affordable 5G Nord smartphone to the US and Canada, with the OnePlus Nord N200 5G promising fast speeds, a 90Hz display, and an unexpectedly low price tag. In the US, it'll be offered on T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile's 5G network, with both prepaid and postpaid availability.

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T-Mobile SyncUP TRACKER device rides the AirTag wave

T-Mobile SyncUP TRACKER device rides the AirTag wave

It would appear that T-Mobile USA is ready to roll with a tracker device that'll do battle with Apple's AirTag and Tile. T-Mobile revealed the SyncUP TRACKER this week with connectivity to the T-Mobile LTE network. The device is tracked with an app on Android and iOS devices, and does not need to be within a specific range of a smartphone to work.

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T-Mobile Wi-Fi Calling will soon stop working on some old phones

T-Mobile Wi-Fi Calling will soon stop working on some old phones

Some joke that people these days use their phones and the Internet for almost anything except making phone calls but that's only partially true. One particular piece of technology actually does make use of the Internet when making calls, even if you're not calling via services like Messenger or WhatsApp. This Wi-Fi Calling has been around for years and it's no surprise that T-Mobile is retiring an older version of the tech that's only used in older phones anyway.

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Google Fi Simply Unlimited phone plans go super basic

Google Fi Simply Unlimited phone plans go super basic

Google's mobile phone group Google Fi just revealed a phone plan called Simply Unlimited. This is a smartphone carrier plan with unlimited data, calls, and text messages for approximately $30 USD (per line, so long as you're signing up three lines). For that price, Google Fi includes unlimited data, calls, and texts in the USA, as well as unlimited data and texting (not calls) in Canada and Mexico.

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T-Mobile Galaxy Note 20 Ultra update brings eSIM milestone

T-Mobile Galaxy Note 20 Ultra update brings eSIM milestone

eSIM, short for embedded (not electronic) SIM, is supposed to be the SIM technology of the future. More convenient than popping out SIM card trays or physically interacting with carriers, the technology has been ironically but unsurprisingly hampered by carriers who aren't that keen on making it too easy for users to switch networks. Unfortunately, that also hampered even those phones with both physical and embedded SIMs so it's actually a pleasant surprise to hear that T-Mobile is finally enabling it for last year's Galaxy Note 20.

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T-Mobile is offering free 5G phones in exchange for old phones

T-Mobile is offering free 5G phones in exchange for old phones

In a webcast today, T-Mobile announced a new free 5G phone upgrade offer and the 'Great Unlimited Trade-Up,' a program that gives competitors' non-unlimited customers the chance to switch to T-Mobile's unlimited plan for up to the same price they're already paying. The announcements joined T-Mobile's Home Internet launch and its T-Mobile Hometown 5G commitment to rural American communities.

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T-Mobile Home Internet launches with 5G router and surprising pricing

T-Mobile Home Internet launches with 5G router and surprising pricing

T-Mobile is launching its 5G Home Internet service, promising cellular data coverage for 30+ million US households and the potential for cable- and DSL-beating speeds. Priced from $60 per month - with a few provisos - the carrier says that it expects average speeds of around 100 Mbps for most new customers.

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Dish brands T-Mobile shady Un-Uncarrier over Boost network shutdown

Dish brands T-Mobile shady Un-Uncarrier over Boost network shutdown

Dish has accused T-Mobile of the sort of shady carrier behaviors that T-Mobile made a business out of accusing AT&T and Verizon of performing, demanding the FCC weigh in on the upcoming shutdown of the CDMA network many of its subscribers still rely upon. Dish and T-Mobile were meant to be collaborating closely in the aftermath of T-Mobile's merger with Sprint, but now the smaller carrier claims its erstwhile partner is now getting sneaky.

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T-Mobile announces bigger investment in Google services, Pixel phones

T-Mobile announces bigger investment in Google services, Pixel phones

Although all US carriers now offer Android phones on their shelves, T-Mobile has a distinct place in Android history. It is the carrier to actually put its faith in the still-nascent smartphone platform with the T-Mobile G1, a.k.a the HTC Dream. Now it is renewing that close ties not just with Android but with Google's entire ecosystem by betting on some of the tech giant's services, even at the expense of one of its own.

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