T-Mobile is behind. It still doesn’t have the iPhone and because it thought it would be bought by AT&T last year, it still doesn’t have a 4G LTE network either. Still, the carrier continues to offer some of the best prices and devices. There are plenty of good handsets to choose from. Below are our favorite T-Mobile handsets on the market right now. While this list covers T-Mobile phones, if you’d like information on the best overall cell phones in general check our picks for the best cell phones. The list does span every major carrier.HTC One S Screen: 4.3-inch AMOLED, 540×960 pixelsSpecs: 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM, 16GB storageOS: Android 4.0 (ICS) running HTC Sense 4.0Camera: 8MP rear (LED flash, 1080p rec), .03 (VGA) frontPrice: $200 with two-year contractDescription: If you want the best HTC phone currently on the market, look no further than the One S, it’s a great size that shouldn’t be too small … [Read more...] about Best T-Mobile Phones
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It’s a poorly-kept secret in wireless than the unlimited data plans pushed by the four major carriers aren’t technically unlimited. They all institute some kind of cap, usually ranging from about 20GB to 30GB in a single billing cycle, at which point your data speeds will be slowed and deprioritized behind other users who have consumed less. Credit: Shutterstock T-Mobile’s cap has been the highest for a while now, at 32GB, but today the carrier has announced it has nearly doubled the monthly allotment to 50GB. Carriers are often quick to point out that these aren’t hard limits, and customers aren’t immediately throttled the second they move past the threshold. For example, T-Mobile calls it a “prioritization point,” and says it only comes into play once users have accumulated over 50GB and find themselves in a particularly congested area. MORE: T-Mobile Phone … [Read more...] about T-Mobile Will Let You Consume a Crazy Amount of Data Before You’re Throttled
T-Mobile is so eager to throw elbows at rival wireless carrier Verizon that it's willing to pay off the phone of Verizon customers if they agree to take their business to the Uncarrier.That's the basis of the latest promotion unveiled by T-Mobile. Starting May 31, Verizon customers with an eligible phone can switch to T-Mobile and have their new carrier cover any remaining installment payments on their device. Verizon customers who switch will be able to keep their device.Pixel devices or an iPhone SE, 6s, 6s Plus, 7, or 7 Plus. Also, you'll have to sign up for T-Mobile's Premium Device Protection Plus service, which costs $15 a month. (T-Mobile says that you can cancel that service at any time.) MORE: T-Mobile Phone Plan Buying GuideYour device payoff will come in the form of a digital prepaid MasterCard. T-Mobile says the payoff typically comes within 15 days of customers switching.latest rankings of wireless carriers, Verizon edged out T-Mobile but just barely. The two carriers … [Read more...] about T-Mobile Will Pay Off Your iPhone if You Leave Verizon
Your phone number is now freed from serving a single device — if you're a T-Mobile subscriber. T-Mobile's new Digits service kicked off today (May 31), letting T-Mobile customers use a single number across multiple devices for free.Credit: Philip Michaels/Tom's GuideNot sure how Digits works? Here's a quick guide to how T-Mobile's newest customer perk works and whether it's enough to get you to switch your wireless service over to the Uncarrier.What Is Digits?Digits is a new T-Mobile service that uses one phone number across multiple devices (or, if you prefer, multiple numbers like a work and home number on a single phone). Essentially, Digits can direct calls to a device like a second phone or even a PC without requiring a SIM card. MORE: T-Mobile Phone Plan Buying GuideT-Mobile launched the service as a beta in late 2016, before unveiling Digits to all of its subscribers in May 2017.How Does Digits Work?Think of Digits as similar to a VoIP service, such as Skype, where you … [Read more...] about What is T-Mobile’s Digits: Everything You Need to Know
Both Sprint and T-Mobile are shaking up their unlimited data plans, with the latter shifting away from tiered data plans. But which carrier offers the best deal for data-hungry users, whether you need a family plan or just an individual one?What Sprint OffersSprint's new Unlimited Freedom offering cuts the price on unlimited data to $60 a month for a single line. That's $15 less than what Sprint used to charge users for unlimited talk, text and data. The new plan goes into effect August 19. MORE: Sprint Phone Plan Buying GuideFor family plans, Sprint offers discounts as you add additional lines. A second line of unlimited data costs $40 a month, so a two-person plan would run you $100. Adding lines after that costs $30 per month for each line, up to 10 lines. That means a family of four would pay $160 a month for an unlimited data plan.What T-Mobile OffersT-Mobile's new T-Mobile One plan debuts Sept. 6, offering unlimited LTE data along with unlimited talk and text for $70 a month on … [Read more...] about Sprint vs T-Mobile: Which Unlimited Data Plan is Better Deal?
T-Mobile is betting that simplicity and unlimited data are the fastest way to customers' hearts. It's doing away with tiered data plans in favor of a lone unlimited data plan for $70-a-month that it calls T-Mobile One.Add in discounts for adding multiple lines — a second line costs $50 while additional lines after that cost $20 each — and a family of four can get unlimited data for $160 a month.T-Mobile's emphasis on unlimited data is great news for people who consume a lot of data each month and don't care to keep tabs on just how many megabytes they're eating up every time they stream a video. Previously, the Uncarrier's unlimited data plan cost individuals $95 a month. MORE: Will the iPhone 7 Be a Big Hit or Just Meh?But users who don't consume much data might find T-Mobile's new approach a bit unwelcoming. Previously, the carrier's Simple Choice plan included a $50-a-month option with 2GB of high-speed data. T-Mobile One starts at $70. However, T-Mobile tells us that … [Read more...] about T-Mobile’s New One Unlimited Plan: Who Wins, Who Loses
There doesn't appear to be a lot of guesswork with T-Mobile's data plans, since the carrier only offers unlimited data. But there's more to the T-Mobile One plan than meets the eye. You actually have a couple potential variations of T-Mobile One to pick from. And given that T-Mobile seems to trot out promotional pricing at the drop of a hat, it's worth taking a closer look at what the Uncarrier offers potential customers. Best Family Plan Last year, T-Mobile said it was doing away with tiered data plans in favor of T-Mobile One, a plan that provides unlimited LTE data alongside unlimited talk and text. For a family of four, it’s an attractive option, even as other carriers have rushed out with unlimited data plans of their own. T-Mobile's offering normally costs a family of four $160, which is cheaper than what Verizon currently charges and on par with how Sprint normally prices its unlimited plans. (As of this writing, Sprint is offering a discounted rate on unlimited family … [Read more...] about Best T-Mobile Plans: What’s Right for You?
T-Mobile's new DIGITS program, which allows the use of one phone number across multiple devices or multiple phone numbers across a single device, is set to launch for all customers on May 31, 2017. T-Mobile COO Mike Sievert announced the news in a video blog on Thursday. DIGITS had previously been in beta, with tens of thousands of T-Mobile customers experimenting with different iterations of the service. Starting on May 31, existing T-Mobile customers will be upgraded to DIGITS for free, and can add an additional DIGITS line for $10 a month if they use AutoPay. "Phone numbers are so yesterday—DIGITS are now," John Legere, president and CEO of T-Mobile said in a press release. "Starting next week, T-Mobile doesn't have phone numbers anymore—we have DIGITS. They're your REAL T-Mobile phone number but with none of the old limits." SEE: BYOD (bring-your-own-device) policy template (Tech Pro Research) One of the main iterations will be the use of one's core T-Mobile … [Read more...] about T-Mobile’s DIGITS offers professionals a cheap way to get multiple numbers on one phone
AT&T wants you to drop T-Mobile and take their wireless service so badly, they’ll give you up to $450 to do it. In a first-of-its-kind promotion, one carrier is specifically targeting another’s customers. And this is no case of the underdog picking on the market leader to puff itself up. Instead, it’s Goliath attacking David because it’s sick and tired of being attacked with slingshots. Oh, and Goliath and David really despise each other. In an industry with four national carriers, the blood feud between T-Mobile and AT&T was nearly over before it got started. You can thank the rare combination of government wisdom and an executive hire that actually made a difference for this hate-fest. Why? Because it’s lowering prices for nearly everyone. Get the Free Tracker App to find a Luvabella in Stock What could have beenJust over two years ago, facing overwhelming pressure from a disapproving uncle, AT&T abandoned plans to marry T-Mobile … [Read more...] about AT&T And T-Mobile Declare War On Each Other: You Win
T-Mobile is most definitely a fierce competitor in the market and it has been known since long for giving a tough time to its major competitors AT&T and Verizon. One of the most recent threats to the two competitors has been T-Mobile's first quarter financial results. To counter situations, John Legere from the company has always been known to devise aggressive strategies. The company’s latest initiative is targeted towards Verizon and hits their campaign ‘Never Settle’. Get the Free Tracker App to find a SNES Classic in Stock T-Mobile is launching the Never Settle Trial which is targeted towards the Verizon customers who will be given the opportunity to try out T-Mobile’s network with absolutely no risks. In their perspective, this is a step towards encouraging the customers to not settle for anything less.“Last week, I said we would hit right back at Verizon - I meant it. T-Mobile's 4G LTE network is the nation's fastest. Not faster for the … [Read more...] about T-Mobile Hits Verizon With New ‘Never Settle Trial’ Campaign