Sony XPERIA Z3+ now available on Amazon USA

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The international variant of the Sony XPERIA Z4 is known as the Z3+ and now the device is available for purchase on American shores via Amazon.

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T-Mobile is now offering free memory upgrades for the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge

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T-Mobile had a promotion a few weeks that allowed customers to purchase 64GB Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge for the same price as the 32GB variant. However this time, the promotion will be valid only for a short duration so customers need to hurry to avail the offer.

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Samsung Galaxy S5 on T-Mobile now receiving update to Android 5.1.1 Lollipop


Users of T-Mobile handsets have a lot to cheer about lately. After being the first to roll out the Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update for the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, now T-Mobile has begun rolling out the update for the Galaxy S5 as well.

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Everything Everywhere launches a new company brand, LTE in Britain

Everything Everywhere, the UK telecommunication company that was formed following the merger of T-Mobile and Orange UK, today announced a new company brand and details of their LTE network, the first in Britain. The company will from today be called EE, though the T-Mobile and Orange brands will continue to co-exist. EE is positioning the new brand as one focused on delivering super fast broadband via fiber and 4G LTE service.

EE’s 4G network will be switched on for trials today in London, with more cities joining at a later date. In addition to London, EE aims to launch LTE Birmingham, Cardiff, Bristol, Edinburgh, Belfast, Leeds, Sheffield, Manchester, Liverpool, Glasgow, Newcastle, Southampton, Hull, Nottingham and Derby by Christmas of this year. They aim to provide a coverage for 20 million people, a third of the population of Britain, by the end of the year.

EE has insisted that the new brand will allow them to tap other markets, including fibre and broadband as well as other new categories. While the 700 T-Mobile, Orange and Everything Everywhere stores will be rebranded to EE, there will be three distinct brands for consumers, with EE focused primarily on the top-end of the spectrum. Phones confirmed to be launching on the network includes the Samsung Galaxy S III LTE, HTC One XL, Huawei Ascend P1 LTE, Nokia Lumia 820 and Nokia Lumia 920.

Press release after the jump.

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HTC Ruby Pictures and Specifications Leaked

The phone you are looking at is the HTC Ruby. We had already shown you the leak when the phone was spotted in a reflection of the HTC Flyer’s screen. It might also be known as the HTC Amaze 4G on the T-Mobile USA network.

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Google Nexus S Free For Customers in USA – Offer Valid Only Today

A few days ago we posted the news that the Google Nexus S is available for 350 $ as a one day offer. Google is now offering the Nexus S free of charge to customers in USA.

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Dell Venue Pro Receives Firmware Update

The firmware update for the Dell Venue Pro has finally been released. The firmware update is for all the customers outside the USA. Within USA the update is limited to T-Mobile customers.

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AT&T to acquire T-Mobile USA for a cool USD 39 billion

AT&T USA is the largest GSM mobile operator in USA and 2nd largest carrier after Verizon Wireless. T-Mobile USA is the 4th largest carrier and is owned by Deutsche Telekom Germany. Today, AT&T and Deutsche Telekom have announced that AT&T will acquire T-Mobile USA from Deutsche Telekom for a price tag of USD 39 billion in cash and stock. This is totally shocking news because both these companies were competing with each other for quite some time. The deal will take the usual legal process and might take about a year to be approved. I don’t know any GSM carrier in USA apart from T-Mobile and AT&T. Now this deal means that there is going to be monopoly in the US GSM market and regulators might really not like the idea. Good luck to AT&T and Deutsche Telekom !

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T-Mobile Ships micro-SIMs to Customers Accidentally

Some T-Mobile customers have reported to have received micro-SIM cards instead of the mini-SIMs that they ordered. This has led to more speculations that the iPhone and iPad will be launched on their network. Continue reading “T-Mobile Ships micro-SIMs to Customers Accidentally”

Blackberry Bold 2 to Release on November 11


The news is now out that Blackberry Bold 2 ie Blackberry 9700 Onyx will be released to T-Mobile customers on November 11th.According to earlier sources, both AT&T and T-Mobile are scheduled to make an official announcement on October 21st. Continue reading “Blackberry Bold 2 to Release on November 11”

Blackberry Curve 8520 Announced!

RIM (Research in Motion) and T-Mobile announced the Blackberry Curve 8520. It’s features include: