Blackberry Q10 will hit T-Mobile on June 5th

By: t-marco May 31st, 2013

T-Mobile plans to launch the new Blackberry Q10 next week,, on June 5th. The Blackberry Q10 will cost $99 down followed by 24 monthly payments of $20 or $ 579.99 with no contract.

The Q10 runs BlackBerry 10, and boasts a classic QWERTY keyboard as well as a 3.1-inch super AMOLED touch screen. A 8-megapixel rear-facing camera, 2-megapixel front camera, 1.5-GHz dual-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, and a large 2,100 mAh battery and runs under HSPA+ LTE 4G.

T-Mobile business customers have been able to order the Q10 since May 14, and some have already received their device. Pricing for business customers begins at $119.99 with qualifying plans.



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T-Mobile may not have the strongest 4G LTE but its getting better and faster

By: t-marco May 23rd, 2013

According with TechHive, AT&T has the fastest 4G LTE Network in the USA. Verizon may have the largest 4G LTE Coverage however the speeds test said a different story here. T-Mobile LTE appears to be spreading rapidly, and is pumping out high speeds. What about Sprint, well, numbers talk by them self.

“T-Mobile’s 4G LTE network rollout is moving at a speed that’s unprecedented in the U.S. wireless industry—we’ll go from seven metro areas today to nationwide by the end of the year, with many major metros launching next month,” said T-Mobile U.S. CTO Neville Ray in a statement to PCWorld/TechHive.

“T-Mobile’s two 4G services—HSPA 42 and LTE—together produced an average 4G download speed of about 9 mbps in our 20 test cities. That score put T-Mobile in a virtual tie with Verizon LTE for second place . Average upload speeds came in at 2.65 mbps”



T-Mobile confirms new Blackberry Q10, coming thie April 29th

By: t-marco April 28th, 2013

Starting tomorrow T-Mobile will offer the new Blackberry Q10 device. The Q10 will sport 4G LTE connectivity, with a physical keyboard and touchscreen display. The new smartphone will add to a growing list of T-Mobile 4G LTE phones, including the recent iPhone, which launched on the carrier earlier this month.

The device also includes 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, LTE connectivity, NFC, a microSD slot and a 2100 mAh battery.

UPDATE : Samsung adds Galaxy S 4 Page for all carriers, phone coming April 24th in Black Mist and White Frost

By: t-marco April 17th, 2013




Samsung USA has uploaded an specific page for the new Samsung Galaxy S 4 for T-Mobile and the rest of the carriers. T-Mobile’s Galaxy S4 will come out first on April 24 for $149.99 down and monthly service payments, which are likely to be $20. Sporting a 5-inch, full HD Super AMOLED touch-screen display with 441 pixels per inch and 1,920-by-1,080 resolution, the Galaxy S4 runs an enhanced version of Google’s Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean and comes in 16GB and 32GB versions with memory expandable up to 64Gb.

The Samsung Galaxy S 4 joins a growing line-up of T-Mobile 4G LTE devices. The device features the latest Android operating system — Android 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean) — and a speedy 1.9GHz quad-core Qualcomm® Snapdragon processor. In tandem with T-Mobile’s blazing fast and unlimited 4G speeds when paired with the Simple Choice Plan with Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data, the Galaxy S 4 enables customers to  quickly upload or download their favorite photos, videos and TV shows without worrying about expensive overage charges.

The 4G-LTE-ready smartphone has 2GB of RAM and sports a 1.9-GHz quad-core application processor, which reportedly will be Samsung’s own Exynos 5 Octa in most devices but some will use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 600.


T-Mobile confirms HTC One for April 24th

By: t-marco April 17th, 2013

There were some rumors of T-Mobile will be offering the new HTC One really soon, now T-Mobile via its Tweeter account has confirmed that. T-Mobile has confirmed the availability of the new HTC One for this April 24th. A leak document reveals that only a select number of stores will be receiving the HTC One along with dummy units, training material and HTC t-shirts which will be worn April 24th – 28th. We’re not sure why the HTC One will not be available at all T-Mobile store at launch, but the move certainly isn’t out of character for T-Mobile.


iPhone 5 is already here.. after so many years waiting, Starting today T-Mobile offers the Apple Phone

By: t-marco April 12th, 2013

Starting today T-Mobile will start selling the new iPhone 5 A1428 model. The new iPhone 5 is already capable to run under HSPA+ AWS bands and LTE if you live under a 4G LTE coverage city. The new iPhone is available for 99 dollars down payment for the 16GB version. $ 199 for the 32 and $ 299 for the 64GB. All of them have a 20 dollors payments for 24 months.

At the same time, Apple is selling the iPhone 5 with a T-Mobile nano sim card. Prices 649 $ for the 16GB, 749 $ for the 32 gb and 849 for the 64GB.

Grab yours now!


Pre-order your iPhone 5 today !

By: t-marco April 5th, 2013

T-Mobile has just started taking orders for the new iPhone 5. Starting today, T-Mobile will start taking order for new and existing customers for the new Apple Product, the iPhone 5. The new iPhone 5 16GB will be available for US$ 99 downpayment, the 32 Gb version for $199 and the 32Gb for $299. All of them with 20 dollars payments for 24 months. The phone will be remain locked until you pay the whole price.

Dont wait longer and finally you can own an official iPhone via T-Mobile and enjoy 4G LTE ( in some markets ), HD voice and soon WiFi calling


T-Mobile will talk about the iPhone tomorrow during press conference about new Un-Carrier Plans

By: t-marco March 25th, 2013

T-Mobile has just announced the new Un-Carrier plans. Starting today, you can buy a phone really cheap without an annual contract and the price of the phone will be split up to 24 months with 0% APR.

According with CNet, there are also reports that T-Mobile will unveil more details about its plans to carry the iPhone this year.

Apple and T-Mobile said in December that they would be bringing out products this year. T-Mobile CEO John Legere was more forthcoming, promising that it would bring a different customer experience with its iPhone, hinting at a new way of purchasing the device.

CNET doesn’t get into specifics though, so we wouldn’t count on getting an official launch date for the iPhone on T-Mobile tomorrow. We mostly expect T-Mobile to renew its commitment to carry the iPhone.