T-Mobile Event On March 26 Expected To Unveil UNcarrier, LTE and iPhone Plans
T-Mobile is changing radically and on March 26 the carrier will reveal
the details. The media invite for the event reads: "We're still a wireless company. We're just not going to act like one anymore."
What's behind that tag line are the new simplified rate plans without contract. See this leaked brochure on TmoNews
for a glimpse on what UNcarrier is.
T-Mobile is also expected to tout its LTE plans and maybe is also revealing its Apple device plans.
Bennett Haselton writes My LG Optimus F3Q was the lowest-end phone in the T-Mobile store, but a cheap phone is supposed to suck in specific ways that make you want to upgrade to a better model. This one is plagued with software bugs that have nothing to do with the cheap hardware, and thus lower one's confidence in the whole product line. Similar to the suckiness of the Stratosphere and Stratosphere 2 that I was subjected to before this one, the phone's shortcom ... Source: AppleSlashdot
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IntroductionEver since Nokia decided to go all-in with Windows Phone, there has been a nagging feeling that it would have been better off using Android as its mobile operating system of choice.A feeling that has got stronger as Android devices have so rapidly taken over the lion's share of smartphone sales.At Mobile Web Congress in February 2014, Nokia finally fulfilled this dream by announcing the Nokia X range comprising the Nokia X (reviewed here), a higher specified X+ ... Source: Tech RadarFull article at: Tech Radar3 days ago, 10:48am CDT
The last week or so, I've been using a different device – a Sony Xperia Z2. Just for fun. As you do.And I've had this major epiphany: I have been battering the device and yet, the battery just won't die. I'm yelling at it: "LET GO, DAMMIT!" but it just won't.I managed 18 hours of standby yesterday with almost four hours of screen on time and it still sat at 36%. That was without power saving mode enabled. I've come to work without a chargi ... Source: TechRadar UK
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By Ellen Brown, Web of Debt
In June, investors led by the world’s largest asset manager and the world’s largest bond-fund manager sued some of the world’s largest banks for breach of fiduciary duty as trustees of their investment funds. The investors are seeking damages for the equivalent of one million homeowners with $250,000 in damages suing at one time.
July 1, 2014 T-Mobile Slapped With FTC Lawsuit for Phony Charges
April 13, 2014 The Global Ban ... Source: Truth Dig
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New photos of a purported battery from the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 (via Nowhereelse.fr, Google Translate) appears to show a capacity of 1,810 mAh for the upcoming device. If legitimate, that capacity would be a modest improvement over the 1,560 mAh battery in the iPhone 5s, and would be in line with a report earlier this month that estimated the 4.7-inch iPhone 6's battery to be between 1,800 and 1,900 mAh. A capacity of 1,810 mAh would place ... Source: Mac RumorsFull article at: Mac Rumors5 days ago, 4:41am CDT
As previously reported, he US' fourth-largest carrier, T-Mobile, is extending its no-money-down 24-month Equipment Installment Program (EIP) to cover accessories the company also sells, such as speakers, chargers, headphones, and other items that range in price from $69 to $250. The idea behind the move is to get consumers who are buying a new smartphone or tablet to also purchase the accessories at the same time, since th ... Source: MacNN
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Elon Musk reveals Tesla's latest electric vehicle, we show off our new buyer's guides, discover we still have a lot to learn about stem cells and take a trip to Taiwan with T-Mobile's new global roaming p ... Source: Engadget
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Sprint Corp. (NYSE: S) and T-Mobile (NYSE: TMUS) are planning to raise $10 billion for the 2015 broadcast TV incentive spectrum as a joint venture. The two companies, who have already reached a skeletal agreement, are waiting for regulators to approve the deal. However, it has still not been disclosed how the spectrum would be divided in case the regulators reject the proposal.
The $10 billion would be part of the $45 billion financing ... Source: bidness etc
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