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Verizon's Edge Early Upgrade Plan Changed To Allow Upgrades After Only 30 Days, But There's a Huge Catch (Obviously)

T-Mobile seems to be making waves in the industry as of late. Not even two weeks after the magenta carrier announced it would be paying customers' ETFs, Verizon is experimenting with a 30 day upgrade cycle on its Edge plan. However, it's not a free lunch – there is some fine print to contend with.

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Verizon Edge is similar to all the early upgrade programs introduced in the last year like Jump (Tmo) and Next (AT&T).

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T-Mobile's Sony Xperia Z1s Does Not Have An Unlockable Bootloader

The new Xperia Z1s on T-Mobile is almost identical to the international Z1, except for the radio bands and some software tweaks. One thing that definitely isn't the same is the bootloader – it appears that T-Mobile has requested Sony not allow bootloader unlocks on this device. For a company trying to upend the traditional carrier model, this is awfully old-fashioned carrier behavior.

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CyanogenMod 11 Nightlies Now Available For The Galaxy Note 3 On Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, And International LTE Models

If you're too impatient to wait for Samsung to get Android 4.4 to your carrier variant of the Galaxy Note 3 (or if you're just tired of TouchWiz), the indefatigable boys and girls of CyanogenMod are here to help. They've just released the first nightly builds of CM 11 (KitKat) for Samsung's plus-sized flagship, with support for the international LTE model (N9005), plus Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint versions.

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As it happens, Samsung just started sending out the official 4.4 update for the N9005 earlier this week, so those of you who are on the unlocked version of the phone might want to go for the TouchWiz build of KitKat instead.

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Sony Xperia Z1S Now Available Through T-Mobile Online, Coming To Stores January 22nd

The Xperia Z1S was only announced last week at CES, but it's showing up for purchase right on time. As promised, the Xperia Z1S is on sale through T-Mobile's website for $528 full price or 24 equal payments of $22.

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T-Mobile Announces Un-Carrier 4.0 – Will Pay Early Termination Fees And Buy Your Old Phone If You Switch [Update: Snarky Ads]

In between pointed jabs at the other national carriers, T-Mobile CEO John Legere announced the carrier's newest "Un-carrier" plan. As the rumors indicated, T-Mobile is going to pay the early termination fees (ETF) when customers switch to T-Mobile from Sprint, AT&T, or Verizon. Sounds great, but there are a few caveats.

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[CES 2014] Sony Announces The 5" Xperia Z1s For T-Mobile And The 4.3" Xperia Z1 Compact

Sony has two new phones to announce here at CES in Las Vegas: one specifically for the purple people over at T-Mobile, and one meant to appease users who want a premium phone without the bulk. The Xperia Z1s is T-Mobile's branded variant of the slightly older Xperia Z1. Aside from the extra letter and doubled storage, it's identical to Sony's international flagship. The Xperia Z1 Compact is a smaller 4.3" phone that keeps most of the premium features.

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T-Mobile Announces 14 New LTE Markets

T-Mobile has quietly updated its LTE network, adding official support in 14 new cities. The new markets range from mid-sized metro areas to smaller cities as T-Mobile continues expanding its LTE footprint.

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[CES 2014] LG Confirms That The G Flex Is Headed For AT&T, T-Mobile, And Sprint Later This Year

Update: AT&T, welcome to the party.

At the LG CES press conference the company let loose some welcome news for the American market: their unique G Flex smartphone will be coming to AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint carriers at some point this year. (Sorry, Verizon customers, looks like you're last one out again.) If you'll recall, the G Flex is LG's high-end flexible, curved-display phone announced late last year. T-Mobile has confirmed that they will carry the G Flex in a separate press release.

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Sony's 4.3-inch, Snapdragon 800-Powered Xperia Z1s For T-Mobile Leaked In Press Photo [Updated]

Update: It looks like some signals got crossed. This is the Sony Xperia Z1 Compact - the "Z1s" is a T-Mobile branded variant of the original 5-inch phone.

It's been said that those who want a powerful modern smartphone with a non-gigantic screen don't have a lot of options. If a new post from the tireless Evleaks is to be believed, they'll have at least one more on T-Mobile very soon.

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AT&T Seeks To Entice T-Mobile Customers By Offering Up To $450 For Switching Carriers

There's quite a bit of tension between AT&T and T-Mobile. America's two largest GSM carriers have gone after each other in ads, on Twitter, and in court. Now AT&T is willing to bribe pay customers who switch to the carrier from T-Mobile up to $450 in credit per line.

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Starting today, customers who take advantage of this limited-time offer can receive a promotional card worth up to $250 by trading in a smartphone.

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