T-Mobile Mini Internet TV Box Spotted At The FCC

It appears that T-Mobile might still be interesting in launching its own TV streaming service. An FCC filing has revealed the hardware for this service which may be called the T-Mobile Mini. Images of the device have surfaced online as well due to this filing. It’s expected that T-Mobile could launch the TV streaming service before the end of this year.


OnePlus 6T Officially Announced, Will Be Coming To T-Mobile

After hearing the rumors and waiting for the official announcement, the OnePlus 6T has finally been unveiled in all of its entirety. The launch of the handset marks the second flagship phone for OnePlus in 2018, and by all accounts it seems like a pretty huge improvement over the OnePlus 6.


T-Mobile Is Testing A Longer Payment Option For Its Installment Plan

With the Equipment Installment Plan, T-Mobile allows customers to divide the cost of a new smartphone over 24 months. They have to pay a set amount every month for the next two years instead of having to pay upfront. It appears that the company is testing a longer payment option with some devices for customers who would like to spread the cost even further.


New MetroPCS Plans Revealed As It Gets Rebranded To Metro By T-Mobile

T-Mobile’s prepaid brand, MetroPCS, is getting a makeover today almost five years after its merger with Magenta. It will henceforth be called Metro by T-Mobile. Some new plans have been announced by the carrier as well which include two options with unlimited talk, text, and LTE data in addition to Amazon and Google services.


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Verizon And T-Mobile Release Oreo For LG G5

It has been over a year since the Android Oreo update was released but there are still some devices that have yet to receive the update. That’s despite the fact that Android 9 Pie has now made its way to a few devices and will be arriving on more in the coming months. LG G5 owners on Verizon and T-Mobile will now be relieved as the carriers have now released […]


US Carriers Band Together To Launch ‘Project Verify’

As we have said in the past, the humble password is not necessarily the best way of securing your online accounts. This is because due to people generally choosing bad passwords for themselves, which can be easily guessed. This has led to the rise of two-factor authentication systems and also hardware keys like Google’s Titan.


FCC Says They Need More Time To Review T-Mobile/Sprint Merger

As some of you guys might have heard, T-Mobile and Sprint will be merging, or at least that’s the plan. Of course given the size of both companies and their roles in the market, safe to say that there is a lot that needs to be reviewed before the merger can officially go through, but unfortunately it seems that part of the process has been put on hold.


T-Mobile Says Boost, MetroPCS, Virgin Will Remain Ever After Sprint Merger

Earlier this year, T-Mobile and Sprint’s plans for a merger were officially announced. Whether or not this merger will actually go through remains to be seen, but there are some concerns as to what this merger could mean for those who are on other networks such as Boost, MetroPCS, and Virgin.


T-Mobile Giving Everyone Free In-Flight Wi-Fi On Labor Day

T-Mobile has a habit of taking steps that get a lot of traction in the media and its latest step is no different. The mobile carrier announced this morning that it’s going to give everyone free in-flight data on labor day. By everyone it doesn’t mean all of its subscribers, it means even those who are Verizon, AT&T, Comcast, and Charter customers.


Family On Vacation Hit With $13,000 Phone Bill For 30 Minutes Of Internet Usage

We’ve all known that roaming charges can get very expensive, which is why it is generally advised that unless you subscribe to a data roaming plan that you turn off data roaming or even data entirely while you’re overseas to avoid accidental usage. Unfortunately for the Chung family, that didn’t exactly go the way they intended.


Security Flaws Leave AT&T, T-Mobile Customer PINs Exposed

As if T-Mobile wasn’t having a bad enough week after having experienced a security breach, it seems that the carrier along with AT&T have been hit with yet another security issue, this time exposing the PINs of the accounts belonging to their customers, although to their credit it wasn’t anything they could have done.


T-Mobile Confirms Security Breach On The 20th Of August

It’s actually quite scary how despite being in a rather advanced age of technology, companies and individuals are still very much susceptible to hacks (although we suppose hacks and hacking tools have gotten just as sophisticated). In fact T-Mobile themselves might have experienced a breach of their own.


Samsung Galaxy Watch Pre-Orders For T-Mobile Now Open

Earlier this month alongside the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, Samsung also took the wraps off their latest smartwatch in the form of the Galaxy Watch. The watch would feature support for cellular connectivity and for T-Mobile customers who were interested in it, it seems that Samsung has started accepting pre-orders for it.


OnePlus 6T Said To Launch With T-Mobile In October

OnePlus has been selling its smartphones in the United States for a few years now but it has never had a carrier partner. Customers could buy its devices online and use it with their carrier of choice. They couldn’t purchase it from a carrier like T-Mobile or AT&T. The company had said that it would work to ink partnerships with carriers in the United States. A new report states that […]