Latest TMO News

Latest TMO News
January 17, 2017 No Comments Uncategorized eusnaur
  • Next week’s T-Mobile Tuesday will include free White Castle sliders and a Redbox rental
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    After giving free T-Mobile BBQ spatulas to customers yesterday, T-Mo has now revealed what it’s got in store for next week’s  T-Mobile Tuesday. On Tuesday, May 28th, T-Mobile customers can get eight free Original Sliders from White Castle and a free one-night disc rental from Redbox. Also coming next week is T-Mo’s usual... Read more »
  • Department of Justice reportedly recommends blocking T-Mobile-Sprint merger
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    The Federal Communications Commission may be on board with T-Mobile and Sprint’s merger, but a new report says that the deal is now facing opposition from the Department of Justice. The DOJ’s antitrust division has recommended that the T-Mobile-Sprint merger be blocked, say sources speaking to Reuters. It’s said that the... Read more »
  • T-Mobile LG G7 ThinQ security update now rolling out
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    A few months after getting its previous security update, it’s time for T-Mobile’s LG G7 ThinQ to receive another update. T-Mobile is now updating its LG G7 ThinQ to version G710TM10p. The update comes in at 171.8MB and includes the April 1, 2019 Android security patches. T-Mo hasn’t yet updated... Read more »
  • DOJ reportedly leaning against approving T-Mobile and Sprint’s merger
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    After getting some good news regarding its merger with Sprint from the FCC this morning, there’s now some not-so-great news for T-Mobile. The Department of Justice is leaning against approving the T-Mobile-Sprint merger, according to a report from Bloomberg. It’s said that DOJ has antitrust concerns about the deal and... Read more »
  • T-Mobile and Sprint commit to 5G buildout and divesting Boost Mobile, FCC Chairman recommends deal be approved
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    This week is beginning with some big news regarding T-Mobile and Sprint’s merger. T-Mobile today confirmed that it’s made a few commitments to the FCC with relation to its merger. Those include mobile 5G and home broadband deployments, the promise to divest Boost Mobile, a commitment to not raise prices.... Read more »
  • T-Mobile and Sprint expected to make merger concessions, including sale of Boost Mobile
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    One week after a rumor claimed that T-Mobile and Sprint may make concessions with their merger agreement to help it get federal approval, a new report says that those concessions have been decided. T-Mobile and Sprint will make a commitment to sell Boost Mobile as part of an effort to... Read more »
  • T-Mobile kicks off iPhone switcher deal
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    T-Mobile is celebrating the weekend by rolling out a new switcher deal. For a limited time, customers to port their number to T-Mobile, buy a new iPhone, and trade in a qualifying device can get up to $750 off their new iPhone (as spotted by users on Reddit). To qualify for... Read more »
  • OnePlus 7 Pro officially launching at T-Mobile today
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    After being exclusively available at T-Mobile Signature Stores the past couple of days, the OnePlus 7 Pro is now widely available from T-Mo. The OnePlus 7 Pro is priced at $0 down and $29.17 per month for 24 months on EIP. If you’d prefer JUMP! On Demand, you can get... Read more »
  • T-Mobile OnePlus 6T security update now rolling out
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    Samsung’s Galaxy S10 phones aren’t the only Android devices getting an update from T-Mobile today. The OnePlus 6T is now receiving a software update on T-Mobile. The update is version A6013_34_190510 and is 381.7MB in size. Included are the April 2019 Android security patches and an “Enhanced Messaging Experience”. This... Read more »
  • T-Mobile updating Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e with new security patches
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    One week after T-Mobile updated its Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e, it’s begun pushing another update to Samsung’s flagship phones. T-Mobile is updating the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and Galaxy S10e with the May 2019 Android security patches. Samsung says that the updates also include “new and/or enhanced features” and... Read more »
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