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In late July of this year, T-Mobile announced its Simple Choice Family Plan. Offered for a limited time only, the plan allowed subscribers to have four lines of service with unlimited calls, unlimited texting, and 2.5 gigabytes of high-speed data per line -- all for just a monthly charge of $100.00. The introduction of the plan was a timely effort by T-Mobile to counter similar family-friendly...
Fresh from overtaking AT&T, Verizon and Sprint as the number one wireless provider in the United States, T-Mobile is now revamping its pay-per-use prepaid service. In order to cater to the more budget-conscious users, T-Mobile will offer a flat rate in its Pay as You Go options beginning August 17. By charging a rate of $0.10 per minute for voice calls, T-Mobile is positioning its plan as...
Talks between Sprint and T-Mobile about a possible acquisition have ceased, according to an unnamed source. Heads of both companies have met with Federal Communications Commission Chair Tom Wheeler in recent months and it is believed that the deal was called off because of fears that it would be blocked by the FCC, antitrust regulators, and the US Judiciary. This news shouldn’t come as a...
Wireless carriers are starting to change their mind when it comes to mandating kill switches in smartphones. Earlier this year a California Senator proposed a bill that...
The highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S5 was just unveiled at another one of Samsung's famous Unpacking Events in Barcelona Spain at Mobile World Congress 2014. Some of the things we learned about this new flagship smartphone from Samsung are that it has some new hardware and will be running some new software, but we also learned that most of the new GS5 has come from its predecessor the...
With fitness bands being all the rage this holiday season, Samsung decided to jump on the bandwagon and plans to release two new versions of the...
I am asked all of the time in the office, over social media, and at family events about the best free apps for Android, Windows, or Apple smartphones. When trying to answer this question for everyone over the last year, I came up with lots of free apps that I would recommend that new smartphone users put on their phones. Some of these apps take a subscription to utilize like Netflix or HBO Go...