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T-Mobile One plan fees vs Simple Choice

Hey T-Mobile, this sure looks like a ‘ridiculous’ fee increase

May 23rd, 2017

T-Mobile CEO John Legere has literally made his career by calling out other companies on their bullshit. The magenta-colored Twitterphile delights in video rants slamming AT&T and Verizon for deceptive billing practices, “line access fees,” and “activation fees” that do nothing but pad the bottom line. Legere has a great point: badly-named fees are anti-consumer, …

T-Mobile One Plus promo vs Verizon

This is your last chance to get T-Mobile’s best promo for free

April 6th, 2017

The T-Mobile One plan is already a decent deal, offering (mostly) unlimited data, free roaming and unlimited talk for $70, taxes and fees included. But if you want to stream in HD or use 4G data to tether your laptop, you’ll need the One Plus plan, which is normally an extra add-on. Right now, thanks …

T-Mobile one plan tethering vs Verizon

One of T-Mobile’s best promos is going away

March 31st, 2017

“Capitalism breeds competition, and competition is good for the consumer” is one of the central tenents of the modern economic system. Much as you might doubt it when you’re paying your cell bill every month, the wireless industry is one of the best examples. When Verizon unveiled a new unlimited data plan last month, it didn’t …

HTC sees decline continuing in Q2 as Apple, Samsung dominate smartphones

April 24th, 2012

HTC on Tuesday forecast lower revenue for the second quarter this year, trimming its profit margin guidance at the same time. The struggling Taiwan-based vendor sees revenue falling 16% from the second quarter last year to NT$105 billion, and gross profit margin is expected to slide to 27% from 28.8% during the same period a year …

HTC rebound hits early rough patch

April 17th, 2012

HTC’s stock was hit hard on Tuesday following news of Samsung’s imminent Galaxy S III announcement, which couldn’t have come at a worse time for the struggling Taiwan-based vendor. HTC’s record growth in early 2011 was stunted later in the year as strong competition from the likes of Apple and Samsung shifted attention from the …

Google begins pushing Android 2.3.3 (Gingerbread) to Nexus One, Nexus S

February 23rd, 2011

This is definitely the advantage to owning Google’s anointed developer phone. Via a tweet, the Android maker announced that it has begun pushing out Gingerbread — Android 2.3.3 — to Nexus S and Nexus One handsets via an over-the-air update. The Big G does caution that the rollout may take a “few weeks,” but knowing the Android …

U.S. Cellular’s Belief Project celebrates its one millionth customer

December 24th, 2010

Regional wireless provider U.S. Cellular has announced that over 1 million of its customers are now enrolled in the company’s Belief Project. The cellular plans allow customers to earns points, similar to credit card points, that they can then use towards their U.S. Cellular bill, services, or early upgrades. The longer customers stay enrolled in the …

The return of the Kin: Microsoft’s Kin ONEm, TWOm hit Verizon Wireless

November 18th, 2010

It looks like Microsoft’s banished Kin handsets have taken the long walk of shame back to Verizon Wireless. You may remember back in late-June, Microsoft lowered the ax on the two devices — the Kin ONE and Kin TWO — noting that its main focus going forward would be Windows Phone 7. Although exact sales figures were never released …

Nexus One getting Android 2.3 OTA this week?

November 8th, 2010

Alright, we don’t want to get everyone all riled up on a Monday morning, but this next bit of speculative news is pretty exciting. Recently, a gentlemen by the name of Alvaro Fuentes Vasquez let go a pretty exciting tweet. The 160 character quip, which was written in Español, roughly translates as: Prepare your Nexus …

Will the Nexus Two be a Galaxy S refresh made by Samsung?

October 29th, 2010

According to Gizmodo, yes. The blog is reporting that a “friend” of theirs actually got some hands-on time with the Samsung heir to the Nexus throne. The device, which is being referred to as the Nexus Two, was described as “black and shiny” with a 4-inch AMOLED display (we would assume Super AMOLED since it’s …