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Leaked Sprint Document Points To Lollipop Updates For HTC One M8 And LG G3 On February 13th And 16th, Respectively

Sprint is really getting on the Lollipop train lately with updates for the HTC One M7 and Galaxy S5 already announced. Today, we have a leaked internal Sprint document that claims two other devices are getting Lollipop soon—the HTC One M8 and LG G3.

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British Telecom Plans To Buy UK Mobile Carrier EE For £12.5 Billion

United Kingdom communications giant BT Group, also referred to by its primary subsidiary British Telecom or simply "BT," is buying its way back into the mobile carrier business. The company announced its intention to buy UK carrier EE for a combination of cash and stock worth 12.5 billion pounds. That would combine the country's largest mobile carrier at 24.5 million customers with its largest landline/ISP operator at 10 million customers, creating a force to be reckoned with in both wireless and wired connections.

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Android 5.0 OTA Heading To Sprint's Galaxy S5 Tomorrow (February 5th)

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T-Mobile Expands Simple Choice International Roaming To Paraguay And Croatia, Removes Vietnam

Free international roaming is one of the many nice perks T-Mobile offers to entice customers. When the Uncarrier launched the feature over a year ago, it supported over 100 countries. That list has now grown to over 120. The latest addition includes Paraguay, in South America, and Croatia, in Europe.

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Lollipop Update For The Sprint HTC One M7 Starts Thursday (February 5th)

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Verizon Wireless Expands More Everything Plans, Adds New 6GB-16GB Tiers Starting Feb. 5th

Verizon Wireless isn't the carrier you go to in order to save money. It's not the one you turn towards for friendly customer service or open devices. It's the one you use because, frankly, its network is larger than everyone else's. And starting tomorrow, you will have a little bit more choice in how much of it you use.

The carrier doesn't offer unlimited data, but it's now rolling out new tiers for people who know they tend to consume a lot of bits but don't want to pay for 20GB.

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FCC Chair: Broadband Internet, Including Mobile Broadband, Will Be Reclassified As Title II Utility To Preserve Neutral Internet

Tom Wheeler, the Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, announced today that he will reclassify broadband internet providers as Title II utilities under the 1996 Telecommunications Act. The proclamation, written for Wired, dances back and forth between his specific plans and lots of bluster for a public that is hungry for more ISP regulation. One rather surprising note is that mobile broadband will also be included in this move, which was not nearly as expected or precedented.

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[Deal Alert] AT&T LG G3 32 GB In Metallic Black Or Silk White And $100 Amazon Gift Card For Just $489 Without Contract, $0.01 With Contract

This deal isn't for everyone, but if it is for you, it's a really good one. The device in question is a carrier locked AT&T LG G3 in either of its color schemes and 32 GB of storage. No matter how you choose to buy it - without a contract, on-contract, or via the Next program - you'll get a $100 Amazon gift card after your purchase.

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What's the catch? Well, there aren't too many, beyond the fact you basically need to use AT&T.

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AT&T Galaxy S5 UCU2AOA1 Update Brings Nearly 500MB Of Android 4.4.4, VoLTE, And Bloatware

If you have an AT&T Galaxy S5, you should be getting an OTA notification shortly for a nearly-500MB update, which includes exciting new features like not Lollipop. The software brings an upgrade to Android 4.4.4 (from 4.4.2), AT&T voice over LTE (AKA HD Voice), and some new bloatware that AT&T would like you to please use.

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Here's the full changelog.

Update summary 

AT&T released a software update for the Samsung Galaxy S 5 (SM-G900A) on February 3, 2015.

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Verizon Wireless Website Shows The Nexus 6 As 'Coming Soon,' Still No Word On A Release Date

It's been four months since the Nexus 6 went on sale in the US Google Play Store, complete with radio support for all five major US carriers. AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and U.S. Cellular all sell the phone in one fashion or another, but Verizon has been interestingly silent on a subsidized carrier release. (Verizon Wireless doesn't play well with others.) But according to the latest promotional image on Verizon's website, it might be coming soon.

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