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LG Is Giving Out A $100 Rebate Toward Verizon's G4 And V10, Which You Can Combine With The Carrier's Black Friday Promotion

Black Friday is coming this Thursday, and Verizon has a number of deals aimed at enticing people in the market for a new phone. One is a $100 discount on phones priced at $400 or higher, which we've seen advertised alongside the LG V10.

Now LG has an offer that sweetens the arrangement further.

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[OTA Download] Nexus 6Ps On Telstra Are Getting An OTA To Fix LTE Connectivity Issues

If you're in Australia, a Telstra customer, and own a Nexus 6P, today is a good day for you. As we reported earlier, the Nexus 6P has been suffering from widespread issues connecting to Telstra's LTE network. It would appear that the OTA to fix this is now rolling out.

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The OTA weighs in at 71 MB and will update you to build MMB29N. There's no indication whether or not there are additional bugfixes included in this build, but we'll probably find out soon enough once the changes get pushed to AOSP. If you're the impatient type, you can download the ZIP file below and flash it manually in stock recovery.

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T-Mobile Is Giving Away Three Months Of Unlimited LTE To Postpaid Simple Choice Customers (After They've Depleted Their Data Stash), Has Other Black Friday Offers Up Its Sleeve

We've covered Black Friday deals from Sprint and Verizon already, and they've been pretty predictable. T-Mobile, though, is taking a different approach. For the next three months, the carrier is giving all of its postpaid Simple Choice customers unlimited LTE, active right now.

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Sprint Will Give You A Year Of Amazon Prime If You Activate Certain Phones On Black Friday, Toss In A Free 24-Inch TV With The Purchase Of An LG G4, And More

Some people reserve all of their big tech purchases for Black Friday, and Sprint has a plan to get some of their dollars. For starters, the carrier will give away a year of Amazon Prime with the purchase of a Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge+, or Note 5.

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Verizon Will Offer $200 To Switch And Buy Certain Phones, $100 Off Select Devices, The Parrot AR Drone 2.0 Elite For $250, And Various Discounted Accessories This Black Friday

Black Friday, or Black Thursday Evening, is only several days away. You're probably not thinking of making the Verizon store your first destination, but the Big Red wants your money just like everyone else. If you find prices particularly off putting throughout the rest of the year, this may be the one time to pay the carrier's site and retail stores a visit.

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Nexus 6 Owners On T-Mobile Are Finally Getting An Over-The-Air Update To Marshmallow

Good grief, T-Mobile has been awfully late in providing the Android 6.0 update to Nexus 6 users on its network. That kind of behavior is positively... carrier-like. But as of Friday the rollout for Marshmallow should have finally begun, at least if you're anywhere near a Wi-Fi network - according to T-Mobile's support document, a full OTA including the cellular network will begin later. As always, it might be several days until you see the update alert on your specific device.

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T-Mobile Has Halted The Marshmallow Roll-Out On The 2013 Nexus 7 LTE

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Samsung Galaxy View 18.4" Tablet With LTE Now At AT&T For $30 A Month Or $500 With A Two-Year Contract

There will be at least two ways you can part with $600 on a single Android tablet this holiday season. You can pick up the upcoming Pixel C along with a keyboard attachment, or you can get the Galaxy View from Samsung. Buyers going the latter route should be aware that this thing takes the mobile computer label very seriously. At 18.4 inches, you've basically grabbed one of those failed Android all-in-one desktops and started carrying it around under your arm.

The decision to do so is your prerogative, and AT&T is now giving you the option to buy an LTE-equipped model, just as it promised.

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AT&T Galaxy S6 Active Gets Android 5.1.1 And Samsung Pay Support In Latest OTA Software Update

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Deutsche Telekom And T-Mobile Force Another Company To Change Its Logo Because It Was Too Magentastic

Oxy is a small start-up company out of the United Kingdom that is planning to launch a new smartwatch on Indiegogo this month. By all accounts, it is not competing with any other company in the industry, not even Pebble. But Oxy got served with a lil' lawsuit threat when it tried to file for a trademark on its logo (shown on the left in the image above) by Deutsche Telekom. Reasons? Magenta. I feel like we've been down this road before.

The last time that T-Mobile and Deutsche Telekom were up in arms about their Magentastic Property(TM), the offender was an AT&T subsidiary, Aio Wireless.

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