For anyone who has pre-ordered or already has a hold of any of the Samsung Galaxy S10 models on T-Mobile or Verizon networks, you can expect an update not long after you turn on the device.
If you are on the T-Mobile network, the long wait for a taste of Android Pie on your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 should hopefully be over. The One UI update is now rolling out to T-Mobile locked Galaxy Note 9 devices right now. more…
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T-Mobile didn’t do anything wrong — Google just does so much more right.
After some eight years of steadfast T-Mobile loyalty, I canceled my account last week. I’ve been with T-Mobile for longer than that, actually, starting with a prepaid line about 10 years ago. But still, I’ve had this particular postpaid line for the better part of a decade. And I gave it up not because T-Mobile did anything particularly poorly or treated me badly. I canceled T-Mobile because Google Fi is just … better.
The Coolpad Surf is available today for $3/month for 24 months on a data plan.
T-Mobile’s 4G LTE network has grown a lot over the years, a large part of which is thanks to the carrier’s 600 MHz bands. 600 MHz LTE offers better coverage and faster speeds compared to other LTE bands, and today, T-Mobile is launching the first-ever mobile hotspot that’s capable of tapping into this technology.