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[Update: Offer is live] Reminder: T-Mobile customers can get a free one-year subscription to MLB.TV on April 4

T-Mobile is breaking out quite a treat for its customers who are also baseball fans. On April 4, everyone's favorite magenta carrier is handing out free one-year subscriptions to MLB.TV, which is a $112.99 value, via the T-Mobile Tuesdays program.

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[Update: RUU] T-Mobile variant of the HTC One M9 starts receiving Nougat

HTC hasn't been doing the best in recent years, even squandering an attempt to revitalize itself with the U Ultra. Still, the former Android king is trying to keep its phones updated, even some of its older ones. Previously, several international versions of the One M9 started to receive Nougat. The U.S. is quite a bit behind, it seems, but it looks like the T-Mobile variant is the first to get the update.

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[Tmo MANY] T-Mobile's ONE plan to rule them all confuses everyone with modified and new ONE Plus add-ons

This isn't confusing at all. T-Mobile, these new ONE plans, they are the epitome of simplicity, aren't they? I mean, all you have to do is choose if you want one line for $70/month, two lines for $60 each, three lines for $47 each, or 4 lines for $40 each, and you get unlimited talk, text, and 4G data. Oh and you enable AutoPay to get the prices here because otherwise they're $5/month higher. Then you choose if you want to add a tablet for $20/month and/or a wearable for $5/month. Then you can pay $3/day for HD video streaming passes if you want a higher resolution than 480p.

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Pixel and Pixel XL will support T-Mobile and Verizon WiFi calling

In recent years, WiFi calling has become increasingly prevalent on various carriers and devices; the recently-announced Pixel and Pixel XL back up this fact. Google has confirmed that the Pixel smartphones will support WiFi calling for both T-Mobile and Verizon upon launch.

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T-Mobile offers free unlimited LTE data in several European and South American countries until Dec 31, 2016

T-Mobile offered free LTE data in Brazil for its customers who were traveling there for the olympics, then later extended the offer for the paralympics. It also had a similar offer for those who were traveling to some European countries.

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T-Mobile To Offer New Pay As You Go Plan With Flat Voice/Message Rate, LTE Data Passes

T-Mobile says "the Un-carrier never stops" in a blog post announcing its new pay-as-you-go plan, set for availability August 17th. The carrier, which recently became the top prepaid provider in the US, is looking to simplify pay-as-you-go with a flat $0.10 cost per message or minute. The plan will have a $3.00 monthly minimum, which would give customers 30 minutes of talk or thirty SMS messages.

T-Mobile will also offer daily or weekly LTE data passes, with a day pass (allotting 500MB) priced at $5.00 and a seven-day pass (allotting 1GB) running customers $10.

With this new plan, T-Mobile hopes to eliminate confusion from pay-as-you-go plans, which the carrier says have historically been "difficult to understand." With straight-forward rates and affordable data passes, the carrier says it is "making it easier than ever to switch to T-Mobile."

Source: T-Mobile

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KitKat, Sense 5.5 Update For T-Mobile HTC One Rolling Out Now

Earlier today, we reported that KitKat updates for the HTC One on both T-Mobile and AT&T had received technical approval, meaning a rollout was imminent.

Anxious HTC One owners on T-Mobile shouldn't have long to wait now - the official rollout has begun, with confirmation coming from users on XDA and Google+ (1, 2, 3).

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[Deal Alert] Wirefly And Letstalk Offering T-Mobile's 16GB Galaxy SIII For $199.99 (That's $80 Off)

T-Mobile customers excited to get hold of Samsung's latest flagship may have noticed by now that the carrier's base price (for a 16GB device) is $279.99 – yes, that's $80 above every other carrier's price for the 16GB model. Luckily, both Wirefly and Letstalk have lopped that extra $80 off and are now offering the SIII for just $199.99 for new accounts and upgrades. Of course, both retailers are offering Samsung's Galaxy SIII in both its Marble White and Pebble Blue versions.

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Just in case you've somehow escaped the SIII's US spec list until now, here are a few reasons why it's one of the greatest devices released so far this year.

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T-Mobile Announces Galaxy SIII Pricing, Plans To Split Release Into Two Phases – "Top 29" Markets Expected To Launch June 21st, Others June 27th

T-Mobile, in an effort "to ensure customers receive the best possible experience," (a familiar opener to bad news) has decided to split the launch of their variant of Samsung's Galaxy SIII into two phases. The carrier recently announced that "select Retail and Branded locations" in the top 29 markets will get the device on the 21st, with a limited number of devices available online, and further launches anticipated to happen about a week later on the 27th.

T-Mo also revealed that the SIII will be priced at $629.99 off contract, $229.99 down on Value Plans with $20 EIP, or $279.99 on a Classic plan after a $50 mail-in rebate.

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Editorial: Why The Importance Of The Unified Galaxy S III Launch In The US Cannot Be Overstated

Here in the United States, we've all been witness to an historic "second" this week (as opposed to a first) in the unified launch of the Galaxy S III, untainted by carrier modification, on all four of the major US wireless providers (Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile).

Now, you'll probably say "but David, the Galaxy S III is the first smartphone to launch as the same model on all four major carriers!" and you'd be right. That's important, no doubt about it. But really, the iPhone has had two, and now three, of the four major carriers, and the addition of T-Mobile isn't exactly a massive achievement - heck, they can't even come to an agreement with Apple to sell the iPhone at all.

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