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Is the new T-Mobile too good to be true?

Apple struggles to keep up with iPad mini demand as cellular model launches in China to 2-week delay

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Apple has today released the WiFi + Cellular versions of its iPad and iPad mini tablets in China, but strong customer demand around the globe has caused it to launch with a 2-week backlog on all iPad mini models. The company’s Chinese online store showed 2-week shipping estimates for both...
Apple struggles to keep up with iPad mini demand as cellular model launches in China to 2-week delay

RIM unveils a new BlackBerry phone! (But it's only a Curve for T-Mobile running BlackBerry 7)

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Research In Motion (RIMM) on Thursday took the wraps off a brand new BlackBerry smartphone — but it’s not the kind of smartphone BlackBerry fans have been waiting more than a year for. Instead, it’s a low-end BlackBerry Curve 9315 that will launch later this month on T-Mobile. The phone...
RIM unveils a new BlackBerry phone! (But it's only a Curve for T-Mobile running BlackBerry 7)
Why dropping phone subsidies could put T-Mobile in jeopardy

Apple courts Chinese customers with new interest-free payment plans

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Apple has introduced a new installment payment option to its online store in China as it looks to continue expanding its reach in the country. During a trip to China last week, CEO Tim Cook predicted that China will eventually become its largest market, and this latest move is a...
Apple courts Chinese customers with new interest-free payment plans

iPhone Sales Should Get a Modest Lift From T-Mobile

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The iPhone’s imminent arrival of on T-Mobile, the fourth largest wireless carrier in the United States, should give a nice little bump to Apple’s quarterly iPhone sales, though perhaps not as big a one as you’d expect. News yesterday that Deutsche Telekom’s U.S. subsidiary has finally inked a deal with...
iPhone Sales Should Get a Modest Lift From T-Mobile
T-Mobile's iPhone discounts are for customers only, but it will still sell you the device

T-Mobile offers Square credit card readers and other packages for small businesses

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T-Mobile today has just became the first wireless carrier to offer Square credit card readers in its select retail stores. This means small businesses can now start offering credit card payments anytime, anywhere by simply pairing up T-Mobile’s 4G smartphone running on affordable small business data plans with Square credit...
T-Mobile offers Square credit card readers and other packages for small businesses
T-Mobile could abolish phone contracts later this month
T-Mobile to launch LG Optimus L9 on October 31st for $79.99

Cricket launching Galaxy S 4 on June 7th, starting at $55 down

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The Galaxy S 4 is now readily available in the US, but it hasn't had much sway with the prepaid crowd so far. Cricket should be addressing that deficit soon, as it just narrowed down its launch of the Samsung flagship to June 7th. The contract-free carrier is making...
Cricket launching Galaxy S 4 on June 7th, starting at $55 down

Google Catalogs Comes To The Web, Now Integrated With Google Shopping

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Google Catalogs launched as an iPad and Android app in August 2011. Just ahead of the holiday shopping season, Google is now also making this service available on the web. Google Catalogs on the web will feature brochures from about 300 brands, including the likes of Williams Sonoma, J.Crew, Eddie...
Google Catalogs Comes To The Web, Now Integrated With Google Shopping
Wireless carriers continue to battle phone subsidies

HTC One available on T-Mobile's website today, arriving in stores April 24th

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We've had a feeling the date was quickly and quietly approaching, but T-Mobile has finally handed out details on when (and where) the HTC One will be available. Beginning today, you'll be able to head to T-Mo's site and pick one up, but the brick-and-mortar stores won't be receiving...
HTC One available on T-Mobile's website today, arriving in stores April 24th
T-Mobile Introduces The BlackBerry Curve 9315, The Most Ridiculous Deal In Mobile Phones

SpaceX Lands $440M. NASA Contract to Develop Space Shuttle Replacement

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That does look a little cramped. (Photo: spacex.com) Good news for anyone who dreams of retiring to a ranch on Mars: Elon Musk's aerospace startup, SpaceX, just landed a $440 million NASA contract to develop the Space Shuttle's successor and get some real, live American astronauts back into space. That...
SpaceX Lands $440M. NASA Contract to Develop Space Shuttle Replacement
Is Google subsidizing the price of the $299 LG Nexus 4?

LG Optimus L9 coming to T-Mobile October 31

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T-Mobile has announced pricing and availability on LG's forthcoming 4G Optimus L9 smartphone. The mid-range L9 will be available with a Value voice and data plan and two-year service contract for $50, with customers paying $15 down and $15 per month with T-Mobile's Equipment Installment Plan. The L9 can also...
LG Optimus L9 coming to T-Mobile October 31
T-Mobile's Samsung Galaxy Note coming August 8th, $249.99 on a two-year contract

T-Mobile Attacked by AT&T in Newspaper Ad Ahead of Potential Rebranding

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According to TmoNews, T-Mobile is gearing up to introduce significant changes to its service in March, eliminating both contracts and early termination fees, along with implementing installment payments for its equipment. T-Mobile's move to end subsidies was confirmed by the company in late December.-For starters, kiss contracts goodbye as T-Mobile...
T-Mobile Attacked by AT&T in Newspaper Ad Ahead of Potential Rebranding

T-Mobile's "Uncarrier" Pricing Isn't So Different From The Contract Devil You Already Know

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T-Mobile held a special event today to announce the death of the traditional cell phone pricing plan, with the carrier moving to a new model where customers purchase their own phone and are under no obligation to stick with their service over a long-term contract. It’s cute, but here’s the...
T-Mobile's "Uncarrier" Pricing Isn't So Different From The Contract Devil You Already Know
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