An update out to the T-Mobile models of the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge today that not only includes “various system improvements,” but should fix power and volume key issues, assuming you were having them. (more…)
For a limited time, those who are looking to get multiple lines on the same plan can do so through MetroPCS, as the company announced updated pricing for its family lineup. Starting today, you can get 2 lines with unlimited talk, text, data, and 6GB of 4G LTE high-speed data for just $60.
Any line after the first two is an additional $30 a month, up to five lines on the same plan as long as you port at least one number from another carrier. If you don’t port a line, you will only receive 3GB of high-speed data. As always, “what you see is what you pay” on MetroPCS. All pricing includes regulatory fees and taxes. (more…)
The Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ on T-Mobile are receiving updates to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow this morning. Maybe I should include a “finally” in there, since T-Mo owners of these phones feel like they have been left well behind typically slower carriers like Verizon who have already pushed out updates to each phone. (more…)
This morning, T-Mobile began pushing the update for Android 6.0 Marshmallow to the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, satisfying the hundreds of you who have been complaining non-stop in our Twitter feed after every post we make about every other carrier’s S6 and S6 Edge getting Marshmallow. Granted, I can’t say I blame you for complaining, since T-Mobile is typically much quicker than the rest and this time struggled to get a major update out to the masses. So complainers, complainers that we love, today is your day. (more…)
According to T-Mobile’s Des Smith, owners of the LG V10 should see their Marshmallow update begin to rollout next week. To compare, Verizon sent out Marshmallow for the V10 back in March, and AT&T still has yet to release any intel regarding an update.
The V10 was released in October, and since then, owners have had to endure Lollipop. With the update to Android 6.0+, users will benefit from comprehensive app permissions, Google’s Now on Tap, Doze for improved battery life, more control over notifications, as well as plenty of bug fixes. (more…)
T-Mobile is looking to cook things up this Spring Break, announcing a new plan for couples or those who only need a pair of lines. Starting tomorrow, interested parties can get a 2-line plan for $80, featuring 12GB of data (6GB for each line, no sharing), unlimited talk, text, plus complete access to Music Freedom and Binge On. (more…)
Announced today, T-Mobile is the first US carrier to deploy Enhanced Voice Services (EVS) across its network, bringing a much improved voice experience to all of the network’s users (with supported devices). As an added bonus, for those on T-Mobile who tend to call friends and family who are not on T-Mobile, the patent-pending deployment of EVS benefits customers even if the person on the other end of the line does not have an EVS-capable device. This means that regardless of who you call, as long as you have a EVS compatible smartphone on T-Mobile, your calls should sound better than crystal clear. (more…)
T-Mobile announced new additions to its Music Freedom and Binge On services today, bringing the combined list to over 100 services. They also spent another press release telling us how much people watch and listen to videos and music now that they have Binge On and Music Freedom, because after the firestorm of insults that came out of their CEO’s mouth at the end of 2015 when Google and the EFF questioned each, they are still trying to justify to the world that you should not be questioning such success. (more…)