By: t-marco March 25th, 2013
T-Mobile has just announced the new wireless plans without contract. the new plans don’t require an annual contract, and include unlimited voice and text plus 500 MB of high-speed data with mobile hotspot service.
T-Mobile new’s Un-carrier Plans includes unlimited voice minutes and text messages with an allowance of up to 500 MB for data, including HotSpot data tethering. Adding $10 to the monthly base charge bumpes the data allowance up to 2 GB, also including tethering, and $10 more a month provides unlimited data, with a cap of 500 MB of device tethering. This brings the monthly total to $70 for unlimited talk, text, and data.
For example, the Samsung Galaxy S III costs either $549.99 at checkout, or can be purchased for a $69.99 upfront charge followed by a $20 per month charge for 24 months, totaling the price of the phone with no interest added.
T-Mobile is also working to finalize its merger with MetroPCS, with a shareholder vote slated for April, and is expected to get its first Apple devices this year.
By: t-marco March 5th, 2013
T-Mobile will launch this March 27th a few new 4G LTE devices, and of of them is the new Samsung Galaxy S III LTE version. The new SGS III will run under 850/1900 GSM/GPRS EDGE, 850/1700/1900 HSPA, Band 4 and band 17 LTE, WiFi bgn and Bluetooth and NFC. T-Mobile uses the band 4 for LTE but AT&T uses the LTE band 17. We believe this phone will work perfectly if you unlock it and and test it under AT&T 4G network.
Now, with the new SGS IV coming, do you think this new update will be an smart move?
By: t-marco February 28th, 2013
Samsung announced to everyone to join them at the Time Square this March 14 at 7 pm to unveil the new Samsung Galaxy S IV.
We introduced the Galaxy S III in London last year, and this time we changed the venue (to New York) … as we were bombarded with requests from U.S. mobile carriers to unveil the Galaxy S IV in the country,” JK Shin said, a Samsung mobile division chief.
The new Samsung Galaxy S 4 is expected to have a higher resolution screen, a better camera, and a quad core processor. The new SGS4 will compete with the new HTC One which was introduced last week and T-Mobile will be one of the USA carrier to have it and be launched in March.
By: t-marco February 5th, 2013
T-Mobile keeps releasing new Samsung Phones and now a new one is coming really soon. The new Samsung T599 aka Samsung Galaxy Exhibit (new) aka USA version of the Galaxy S 3 Mini will be available on T-Mobile this March 27th. The new Galaxy Exhibit will be available as a post paid and prepaid and in one color so far : Pebble Gray.
The new Galaxy Exhibit will feature a 480×800 display, 4G HSPA+ but still no words of LTE capable.
More information soon
By: t-marco February 5th, 2013
T-Mobile, after announcing and testing the new 4G LTE network, finally will be live on March 27. T-Mobile will launch,as you know, the new Blackberry Z10 in Black, this is the first LTE Blackberry for T-Mobile. T-Mobile also will launch a new version of the Samsung Galaxy S III now LTE capable aka Samsung T999L. At the same time, also there is a new Hotspot Mobile USB stick LTE capable called Sonic 2. Still there is not word of the Samsung Odyssey aka T899, the first Windows 8 Phone with LTE and the new update for the Galaxy Note 2, a device that is also LTE capable.
By: t-marco January 28th, 2013
T-Mobile is working with other partners to bring NFC technology to market. US Bank Chase is the “special” partner that T-Mobile USA is working with. T-Mobile is planing to go beyond other operators saying that “T-Mobile makes NFC a reality in 2013″.
T-Mobile, together with Verizon and AT&T are the 3 shareholders in Isis. Bard Duea, a T-Mo vice president of product management said : we saw the expansion of NFC technology in a number of smartphones. Those smartphone are Samsung Galaxy S III, Nexus 4, Windows Phone 8X, Nokia Lumia 810, Samsung Galaxy Note 2, Relay 4G and Galaxy S II.
By: t-marco January 9th, 2013
T-Mobile, at CES, has just announced that a new re-designed Samsung Galaxy S III will be launch soon. The new SGS III will go live with LTE dormant radios. However, when this Network is completely operating, T-Mobile will release a new update making the LTE radios fully operational. Those who bought the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 may not need a new phone, though, as that phone did come with the dormant LTE radios.
“It’s a very noticeable enhancement to the voice call,” said Neville Ray, T-Mobile’s CTO. T-Mobile will deliver HD Voice to the HTC one S, Nokia Astound and Samsung Galaxy S III. The HD Voice service will launch today, delivering crystal clear calls between compatible parties.
By: t-marco December 25th, 2012
T-Mobile will add a new color of the Samsung Galaxy S III, now in Titanium after possibly dropping the blue one. The Samsung Galaxy S III offers a dual-core 1.5 GHz Krait processor and 2GB of RAM while the storage capacity of 16GB and 32 GB . At the same time this can still be expanded by using the microSD card slot of the device. A 4.8-inch SuperAMOLED HD screen with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels and its camera department consists of an 8MP shooter at its back panel and 1.9MP video call and self-portrait camera out front.
- Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon S3 1.5 GHz dual-core
- RAM: 1GB
- Display: 4.52″ Super AMOLED Plus WVGA touch screen (800-by-480 resolution)
- Internal Storage: 16GB + micro-SD slot (expandable up to 32 GB)
- Cameras: Rear camera = 8 MP camera with flash, capable of capturing 1080p videos; front camera = 2MP
- Connectivity: 4G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0, HDMI-out; DNLA-ready for wireless streaming
- Battery: 1850 mAh lithium-ion battery
- OS: Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread
- Dimensions: 5.11″ x 2.71″ x 0.37″