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LG F3Q Release On T-Mobile Apparently Scheduled For January 22nd

01/08/2014, We first heard about this Android powered QWERTY slider smartphone back in December. It was rumored that T-Mobile is going to launch this device soon, which is basically a mid-range device geared towards people who prefer physical keyboards. Rumor has it...

T-Mobile’s New Move Might Be To Pay Your Family’s ETF

01/08/2014, T-Mobile has been making waves this week, not only because its CEO crashed an AT&T party and got escorted out, but because its set to make another “uncarrier” announcement very soon. The uncarrier initiative was kicked off last year, with...

T-Mobile CEO Crashes AT&T’s Party, Gets The Boot

01/07/2014, The war between AT&T and T-Mobile is definitely starting to heat up as CNET’s Roger Cheng revealed that he had accidentally gotten T-Mobile’s CEO, John Legere, kicked out from AT&T’s party, although it was suggested that perhaps Legere...

T-Mobile Sony XPERIA Z1s: Hands-On Review

01/06/2014, [CES 2014] It is official: the American flavor of the Sony XPERIA Z1 comes to T-Mobile under the XPERIA Z1s name. As you may have seen, the original Z1 was announced at IFA, and up until now, it wasn’t available through any U.S carriers. To change this,...

LG G Flex Press Renderings For AT&T And T-Mobile Leaked

01/03/2014, The LG G Flex is the South Korean company’s attempt at creating a smartphone with a curved display, taking on the likes of the Samsung Galaxy Round in the process. We had heard that LG planned to release the handset globally and that as far as a...

T-Mobile Uncarrier 4.0 Announcement Will Be Made At CES 2014

12/22/2013, Magenta has started making waves again. A few days back T-Mobile CEO tweeted that the carrier is going to remove another customer “pain point,” he didn’t offer much details except that we should wait for T-Mobile’s uncarrier 4.0...

Dish Rumored To Be Interested In Bidding For T-Mobile As Well

12/19/2013, A couple of years ago, AT&T failed to acquire T-Mobile not because T-Mobile did not want to play ball, but rather because there were too many opposing the merger due to worries about AT&T and T-Mobile monopolizing the market. However according to...