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Dec
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T-Mobile's latest ploy to steal customers away from the other national carriers is a big one. Starting in January, the carrier will no longer "confiscate" your unused data at the end of each billing cycle. Instead, that data will rollover and be kept in your "Data Stash" for one year. Sure, they'll confiscate it at that point, but that's a lot of extra data. Plus, you get 10GB of bonus data to start.

12
Dec
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The LTE version of the Nexus 9 is now ready for your hard-earned money. T-Mobile has made the 8.9-inch tablet available on its website, where it's charging $24.99 a month for two years or $599.76 outright.

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This makes T-Mobile the first place where you can buy the LTE-equipped version of the Nexus 9 in the US, with the carrier roughly hitting its promised early December commitment. Customers can add the device to their Simple Choice plan for an additional $10 a month, at which point the Un-carrier will match the amount of data allocated to the phone and provide the same amount exclusively for the tablet.

09
Dec
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T-Mobile's unlimited talk, text, and data plan is the big carrier option to beat at $80 a month. But so far it's only been available to individual customers - if you have four people and you want four lines of unlimited data, you need four different accounts. Starting tomorrow, December 10th, unlimited data will be available for families as well. The cheapest option is unlimited talk, text, and data on two lines for $100 a month, a $60 savings over the old structure.

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Dec
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Well, it's not really a surprise, but T-Mobile has backed out of its commitment to start selling the LTE-equipped Nexus 9 in early December (which is now). A leaked internal communication simply says the launch has been postponed and there is no new window.

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02
Dec
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Half a year after the Wi-Fi version of the Galaxy Tab S 10.5 hit store shelves, T-Mobile is ready to offer its customers an LTE-equipped model for use out of the range or a router. The tablet will go on sale online and in stores on December 10th.

Customers can hand over $27.08 a month for two years or walk out fully owning the gadget for $649.92. Actually using the cellular connection will cost an extra $10 a month, with T-Mobile matching your plan's existing data allotment (a 3GB smartphone plan would result in an additional 3GB of data just for the tablet).

01
Dec
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It's a real bummer that the Nexus 6 has been so hard to find, but supply is starting to catch up to demand. T-Mobile has enough in stock to be offering a nice little Cyber Monday deal. The Nexus 6 is $50 off if you buy it today.

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Dec
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Update: We've heard from a source close to Digital Turbine that the software is not supposed to re-install bloat apps after they have been removed by the user. Once they're gone, they should stay gone, barring a factory reset of the phone (at which point they will reinstall, but again, only once). Digital Turbine was also not able to reproduce this behavior in its own testing on the T-Mobile Note 4, so it's not clear what went wrong for this particular user.

24
Nov
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Now that the Nexus 6 has launched on three of the five announced carriers, it's time to do a little comparison. Nexus hardcores like their device pure, unlocked, and free of all carrier intervention and bloatware. The problem is, Google Play and Motorola both only sell the device at full price, which starts at $649 USD for a 32 GB model. A lot of people will no-doubt find it difficult to come up with that kind of cash all at once.

24
Nov
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The Federal Communications Commission has been taking some quite visible actions to keep American carriers in line. Chairman Tom Wheeler took Verizon to task about its plans to throttle unlimited data users, which it then scrapped. The FCC assisted the Federal Trade Commission in its case against AT&T for throttling "unlimited" customers. Today the FCC announced that T-Mobile will report more accurate data speeds to customers who are being actively slowed down.

24
Nov
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Today T-Mobile has started to push out minor over-the-air updates to a number of Samsung Galaxy devices. Two of them are identical—the S5 and Note are both receiving Chinese language support. The former goes to version G900TUVU1CNK2, while the latter ends up at N910TUVU1ANK4.

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