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T-Mobile OnePlus 8T gets always-on display more than a month late

T-Mobile OnePlus 8T gets always-on display more than a month late

It took OnePlus long enough, but the company finally introduced an always-on display option (and an easily toggleable dark mode) with its latest Android 11-based firmware. However, the always-on display option is missing from Oxygen OS 11 on the T-Mobile carrier variant of the OnePlus 8T, as Redditor u/konnesotan was quick to point out. When we reached out to T-Mobile, we were told that the feature should be added in December.

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T-Mobile now supports 988 calls to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

T-Mobile now supports 988 calls to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

T-Mobile customers can now dial 988 to reach the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, the carrier announced today. It's the first major telephony service to program the newly classified shortcode after President Trump signed bipartisan legislation in October.

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The Pixel 4a 5G is now available for purchase

The Pixel 4a 5G is now available for purchase

Google's annual Pixel event, dubbed Launch Night In this time around, took place a month and a half ago, and now, you can finally go out (or online) to purchase your very own Pixel 4a 5G unit. The phone has been available for pre-order since October 29, but now you can just put it in your cart and get it right away.

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Ting Mobile replaces pay-as-you-go model with simpler plans following Dish acquisition

Ting Mobile replaces pay-as-you-go model with simpler plans following Dish acquisition

Ting Mobile's main draw over the years has been its customizable pricing, where you only pay for the calls, texts, and data you actually use. That resulted in lower prices for people who didn't use much cellular data, but Google Fi, Visible, other MVNOs have put up more of a fight recently. Under new leadership by Dish, Ting today announced that its pay-as-you-go scheme is being replaced with more traditional plans.

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T-Mobile agrees to tone down misleading 5G claims

T-Mobile agrees to tone down misleading 5G claims

Yesterday, the FCC announced that T-Mobile would have to pay $200 million in civil penalties. The cellular carrier's bad week isn't stopping yet, though — the National Advertising Division of the Better Business Bureau (NAD) has examined some of T-Mobile's claims about having the "best 5G network" and found that they are potentially misleading to customers.

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T-Mobile has to pay $200,000,000 to the FCC because of Sprint shadiness

T-Mobile has to pay $200,000,000 to the FCC because of Sprint shadiness

Cellular providers participating in the Lifeline program, which makes phone and broadband access more affordable for low-income consumers, receive a monthly subsidy of $9.25 per subscriber. They're expected to pass this along as a discount to the customer, but it looks like Sprint (now owned by T-Mobile) must have missed the memo. In fact, the company claimed subsidies for over 885,000 Lifeline subscribers who weren't currently using the service — and now the FCC wants its money back.

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Grab the OnePlus 7T right now for as low as $349 ($100 off)

Grab the OnePlus 7T right now for as low as $349 ($100 off)

The OnePlus 7T is a sturdy choice for a pocket filler in 2020 even as 5G marketing continues its assault down our collective gullets. Normally sold these days at around $450, you can get one today for up to $100 off!

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OnePlus fixes its application form for unlocking T-Mobile 8T bootloaders

OnePlus fixes its application form for unlocking T-Mobile 8T bootloaders

The OnePlus 8T is available to purchase from T-Mobile and OnePlus' own online store, though the phone differs slightly depending on where you bought it from. The T-Mobile includes an IP68 rating and various software tweaks, and just like most phones you buy through carriers, it requires a special code to unlock the bootloader. Now, after some early troubles, T-Mobile 8T owners can apply to obtain those unlock codes.

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T-Mobile welcomes the LG Wing with a BOGO offer starting November 6

T-Mobile welcomes the LG Wing with a BOGO offer starting November 6

Add T-Mobile to the list of American carriers taking a chance on the LG Wing as it plans on selling the new-fangled swiveling phone starting November 6, just like AT&T is. Unlike Ma Bell, however, this carrier will try to sell its customers two Wings for the price of one.

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Netflix would now like up to $18 a month to cancel your favorite shows

Netflix would now like up to $18 a month to cancel your favorite shows

Netflix is following up on last year's price hike with yet another. While most folks are looking to cut costs here at the end of 2020, subscribers can look forward to paying $18 a month for the "Premium" 4K 4-screen streaming plan, or $14 a month for the Standard 2-screen HD plan. Folks using the single-screen SD "Basic" Netflix plan will keep paying the same $9 a month, though, and T-Mobile's Netflix On Us perk is not changing, though the increase will pass through if you used it to upgrade to a higher tier.

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