T-Mobile Adds Simple Choice Unlimited Customers to Pixel $325 Bill Credit

Last week, T-Mobile unveiled a new Pixel-related program that would show their customers some love, even though they weren’t allowed to sell Google’s new phones. For those interested in a T-Mobile ONE plan and a Google Pixel or Pixel XL, T-Mobile was willing to reimburse you $325 over the course of 24 months. All you had to do was just that, bring a Pixel over and sign-up for T-Mobile’s newest plan. As of yesterday, the program was expanded to include Simple Choice customers too.  (more…)

T-Mobile Will Reimburse You Up to $325 If You Bring Your Pixel to Their Network

Last night, T-Mobile CEO John Legere teased incoming news related to Google’s new Pixel phone. Since the phone is only available through the Google Store, Verizon, or Best Buy, we were curious how T-Mobile would try and attach themselves to it. Certainly, Verizon’s carrier exclusive on the Pixel couldn’t be up this soon, could it? Of course not. T-Mobile’s Pixel news doesn’t involve them selling the phone, it involves them giving you a discount if you bring one over to their network and sign-up for T-Mobile One(more…)

T-Mobile Opens LG V20 Pre-Orders Today With Minimum $200 Credit on Trades, Free $150 Headphones and Tablet

T-Mobile opened up pre-orders for the LG  V20 this morning. The phone still won’t arrive until October 28, but you can get in now and lock up at least $350 in goodies if you trade in “any working 4G smartphone.”

According to T-Mobile, any working 4G phone of yours is worth at least $200. That means you could get more, but you are guaranteed at least that as long as the phone connects to “4G.” On top of the trade-in deal, T-Mo is tossing in a pair of B&O H3 headphones with a value set at $149 and a free tablet. Your tablet choices, as long as you sign a 24-month agreement for the V20, are the LG G Pad X 8.0 or the G Pad F 8.0(more…)

Reports: Samsung Halts Galaxy Note 7 Production as Carriers Stop Sales (Updated)

When we last left you on Friday, both Sprint and AT&T released statements suggesting that they would accept exchanges of “safe” Galaxy Note 7 devices, after a report or two had surfaced of those same “safe” replacement devices catching fire. Then, as the weekend unfolded, numerous new reports of exploding Galaxy Note 7s arrived and carriers quickly abandoned ship. Most, in fact, have completely halted sales of the device while we wait for Samsung to tell us what the hell is going on. Two reports have also said that Samsung has stopped production of the device temporarily.  (more…)

Sprint, AT&T Accepting Exchanges of Replacement Galaxy Note 7 Devices (Updated: T-Mobile and Verizon Too)

While no body of our government or Samsung has confirmed the recent report that a replacement Galaxy Note 7 up and exploded on a domestic Southwest airplane, AT&T and Sprint seem to wish it was just over already.

Recently confirmed by Engadget, both carriers are accepting exchanges on the Galaxy Note 7, even if it was a replacement device for a recalled unit picked up last month. Once exchanged, you are free to pick any other device on the network. (more…)