You might not remember T-Mobile announcing a new feature called DIGITS back in December because, well, December was forever ago. You should care about it now, though. DIGITS has left beta and arrives May 31 to upgrade your T-Mobile phone number.
Whoa! Upgrade your phone number? Yep, that’s sounds scary, but it probably won’t be a big deal. Let’s talk about DIGITS. (more…)
In the latest campaign against Verizon, T-Mobile announced “Get Out of the Red,” an easy path to follow if you are absolutely done with Verizon. (more…)
If you happen to be a @Work business customer on T-Mobile, and happened to purchase a Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+ between the necessary purchase period dates, you can score a free Samsung DeX dock, courtesy of T-Mobile. (more…)
Earlier this month, T-Mobile launched a BOGO promo for the Galaxy S8, but Samsung has now introduced its own, still catered specifically for those on T-Mobile. Somewhat interestingly, though, it’s not the same exact deal and I’d suggest anyone considering opt for Samsung’s option… but, only if you can afford it. (more…)
To help you pick-up the ultimate Mother’s Day gift, T-Mobile has opened up a BOGO (buy one, get one free) deal on the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ for a limited time.
In order to get the deal, you’ll have to buy two Galaxy S8 or S8+ devices on their no-interest Equipment Installment Plan. T-Mobile will then send you a prepaid card or the value of the second device you got for free (Ex: $750 for a Galaxy S8), which you can then use to pay off the 2nd device. (more…)
In late April, a report surfaced claiming T-Mobile would soon offer its own “commitment-free smartphone.” Well, from what we’re learning now, T-Mobile may not only have a smartphone planned, but three smartphones in the pipeline. (more…)
T-Mobile added a new device protection plan to their line-up today, Premium Device Protection Plus (PDPP). It costs $15 per month and includes identity theft protection tools and a personal help desk, alongside the rest of the features from the Premium Device Protection plan. (more…)
Samsung and T-Mobile are pushing out the first red tint update to Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ owners in the US, one that should automatically correct a display calibration issue on the device. (more…)