T-Mobile CEO John Legere announced this morning that T-Mobile was adding several new video streaming services to their Binge On platform. Binge On is the carrier’s option to not have video data from partner platforms count against a user’s monthly data allowance for high speed data. Binge On is similar to Music Freedom which does the same thing for streaming music services. With the latest additions, T-Mobile now has over 80 video services participating in Binge On. Read more
Noted tipster Evan Blass posted a new image this morning that shows the Samsung Galaxy S7 Active and it is getting as warm a reception as a certain alien creature in a Central American jungle. The device is apparently a model intended for AT&T, so this could be a special version for that carrier or it may just be the only option. Read more
AT&T is giving roaming benefits to customers who want to use their connected device on the AT&T cellular network in Canada and/or Mexico.
If you’ve never used Samsung Pay before and you have a compatible Galaxy smartphone on Sprint, this offer is valid. For a limited time, Sprint will give you a $100 credit for making ten purchases using Samsung Pay.
Sprint announced today that those who sign-up for the carrier’s Better Choice XXL data plan will get an entire year of Amazon Prime for free.
Republic Wireless is an innovative phone service, but one of the biggest pain points for the carrier has been its lack of high-end phones. Currently your only options on phones are the Moto E and Moto G, and while those aren’t bad phones by any stretch, you’re extremely limited in your options. If you want to plop down the cash for a high-end device, you’re simply out of luck. Read more
Verizon announced its prepaid wireless plan refresh, offering customers even more data than before.
T-Mobile is convincing consumers to buy the new HTC 10 on its wireless service. For a limited time, T-Mobile will give freebies away to those who purchase the device and sign up.
After BT acquired the UK’s largest network, EE, all eyes have been focused on whether CK Hutchison (owner of Three UK) would be allowed to buy O2 from Spain’s Telefonica. The question has been answered, and while it isn’t good news for the companies involved, it could be some welcome news for UK consumers. The European Commission has ruled against allowing the deal on the grounds that it would have reduced customer choice and likely seen prices increase. Read more
If you are in the market for a family plan, T-Mobile is hoping to entice you to jump over to their network with a new Simple Choice family plan launching on May 11th. Consumers do have to sign up for at least four lines of service, but if they do they will get 6GB of LTE data on each line at a cost of $30 per line per month, or $120 per month for a family of four. Additional lines can be added for only $20 per month. Read more