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Alcatel 1x Evolve is a basic Android phone

Alcatel 1x Evolve is a basic Android phone

The Alcatel 1x Evolve was revealed this week with intent on launching with Metro by T-Mobile this month. This device was revealed in a single color: Suede Blue, and will be released with this one color alone. This device has a 5.34-inch display with 480 x 960 pixels - that's less than the otherwise almost industry-wide standard of 1080p for almost any mobile device.

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T-Mobile Money is the Un-carrier’s second stab at mobile banking [UPDATE]

T-Mobile Money is the Un-carrier’s second stab at mobile banking [UPDATE]

T-Mobile has earned a reputation of kicking up hornets' nests to get its message across. It has embraced this characterization wholeheartedly and has in fact capitalized on it. The self-branded Un-carrier has initiated promos and deals meant to "upset" the mobile industry enough to make them rethink long-held beliefs and practices. Now it's trying to do the same for the banking industry with its still to be formally announced T-Mobile Money. But while it has a very slightly different name, it's a spiel we've actually heard before.

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T-Mobile REVVL 2, REVVL 2 Plus dangle 2-year warranty offer

T-Mobile REVVL 2, REVVL 2 Plus dangle 2-year warranty offer

Smartphone prices are soaring higher and higher every year, sometimes with very little reason to. Some manufacturers try to steer the ship the other way but such is the unstoppable market trend. Ever the contrarian, “Un-carrier” T-Mobil insists you don’t really have to burn through your life savings to get a serviceable smartphone (while it does sell such wallet-burning models at the same time). You can, instead, just opt for one of T-Mobile’s two new REVVL 2 phones. That is if all you really wanted as a T-Mobile branded Android phone.

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T-Mobile Mini set-top box appears at FCC ahead of TV service launch

T-Mobile Mini set-top box appears at FCC ahead of TV service launch

T-Mobile is working on a TV service that it plans to launch before the end of the year, at least based on comments it made back in January. The Uncarrier previously acquired Layer3 TV, helping position it to launch its own service, and now newly surfaced FCC documents indicate something big is underway.

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T-Mobile offers $50/month prepaid unlimited plan, but only for a limited time

T-Mobile offers $50/month prepaid unlimited plan, but only for a limited time

T-Mobile has launched a new $50/month unlimited prepaid plan. The new offering is through T-Mobile Prepaid, not Metro by T-Mobile, and it'll only be available for a limited time. The plan gives customers unlimited data on T-Mobile's 4G LTE network, as well as unlimited talk and text, but there are a few big restrictions.

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Samsung Galaxy A6 and Tab S4 T-Mobile deals include half-off tablet

Samsung Galaxy A6 and Tab S4 T-Mobile deals include half-off tablet

T-Mobile will start offering the Galaxy A6 smartphone and Galaxy Tab S4 tablet on November 9. Ahead of that arrival comes details of two deals covering both gadgets, one offering the tablet at half-off its regular price, the other offering the smartphone at only $10/month. The devices will be available to purchase both online and in the Uncarrier's retail stores.

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T-Mobile OnePlus 6T: The fine print details

T-Mobile OnePlus 6T: The fine print details

Today we're looking at the T-Mobile USA version of the OnePlus 6T and what it means to buy. This device is not the same as the OnePlus 6T you'd otherwise buy straight from OnePlus or otherwise. This device ships with different software, is locked down in at least one way, and there are hardware differences as well. Let's talk about the differences.

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Why the OnePlus 6T works with T-Mobile, Verizon while Huawei ban remains

Why the OnePlus 6T works with T-Mobile, Verizon while Huawei ban remains

Today was a monumental day for OnePlus. With the OnePlus 6T, the company gets their first US mobile carrier release (with T-Mobile USA) at the same time as they have official Verizon certification. Today we're running down a few facts about the OnePlus 6T, including how it'll work with what carrier and why it's not banned like another China-based smartphone maker called Huawei.

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OnePlus 6T release date and pricing official

OnePlus 6T release date and pricing official

Today we're having a look at the OnePlus 6T, the latest device from the company that started in December of 2013. The first wave of devices came then, as a low-cost, high-functionality smartphone to take on the entire industry - and to do it online first. The OnePlus One seems like it was released an eternity ago - but at the same time the company seems brand new. Here in 2018, it's time for the OnePlus 6T.

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T-Mobile three-year installment plan is coming soon

T-Mobile three-year installment plan is coming soon

24 months is almost like a sacred number in the mobile industry. It's how long a standard carrier line contract lasts and, consequently, how long you have to pay for the device in installment chunks. It has also become the standard period for warranties and software updates and support. T-Mobile, which always prides itself as the "Un-carrier" might be working to change that game soon. Based on its website, it might start to offer installment plans that will take you three years to pay off instead of just two.

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T-Mobile confirms Pixel 3 to be a Verizon exclusive again

T-Mobile confirms Pixel 3 to be a Verizon exclusive again

The Pixel 3 could be changing some things, for better or worse, but there are things that will remain the same. The single camera is still going to be lonely, for one. And the smartphone will still be exclusive to the same US carrier: Verizon. Google hasn’t announced it yet but T-Mobile is losing no time to tell people that you don’t have to be stuck with Verizon if you buy a Pixel 3. Then again, you don’t have to be stuck with any carrier for that matter.

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Alcatel 3T 8 budget Android tablet is made for families

Alcatel 3T 8 budget Android tablet is made for families

T-Mobile is home to the Alcatel 3T 8, a budget tablet designed for families, including young kids. Among other things, this 4G LTE tablet features a Kids Mode designed for young users in need of parental monitoring. The tablet will be offered exclusively through T-Mobile at the ultra-cheap price of $6 down and $6 per month.

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