MetroPCS customers can now use their smartphones in Canada for just $5 per month


MetroPCS has today revealed that its customers are now able to use their smartphones in Canada for just $5 per month, which is great news as they no longer have to subscribe to the $10 a month World Calling scheme and the $5 monthly Value Bundle for international text messaging. Instead, they can pay a $5 flat fee to use their device just like they would in the US whilst on vacation.

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$100 off Samsung smartphones, year of Netflix offered by T-Mobile in final Unwrapped deal


T-Mobile announced today their final special offer as part of their holiday shopping Un-carrier Unwrapped promotions. The offer encourages consumers to pick up a Samsung smartphone thanks to a $100 discount and suggests consumers avail themselves of T-Mobile’s new Binge On feature by throwing in a year of Netflix. Read more

Google adds data-only support to Project Fi, Apple tablets included


When Google launched the service, Project Fi supported just one phone. Project Fi started with the Nexus 6 alone before replacing that support with the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X. A whopping two devices, no matter how current they are, isn’t exactly a winning strategy. Google needs to allow more devices to join its service that is backed by T-Mobile and Sprint networks. Today, the company announced that data-only devices will be admitted to the service without any monthly device fee.

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Verizon’s now pushing out a vital security update for the Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Note 5

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Hot on the heels of T-Mobile, Verizon has just started distributing a vital security update for the Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Note 5. The upgrade bundles the latest Android vulnerability patch, along with a multitude of bug fixes and stability improvements aimed at improving the overall performance of the handsets.

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Samsung Gear S2 with NumberSync now available from AT&T


Users interested in a smartwatch that can handle phone calls and texts all on its own now have the option of buying the Samsung Gear S2 through AT&T. To help make things easier for consumers, AT&T developed their own NumberSync platform for smartwatches and other devices so that calls or texts to a user’s number on their smartphone will also get delivered to other devices, like the Gear S2, meaning users do not need a separate number for their additional devices. Read more

Giveaway: Win a Tile tracker from Talk Android and T-Mobile! [Update: Winners picked]


Now’s the time of the year when you’re busy getting stuff together for friends and family. Participating in Secret Santa? Hosting a party on Christmas Eve? Trying to find gifts for every important person in your life? With so much going on, you’re practically guaranteed to misplace a thing or two. We’re not the only ones who understand. T-Mobile does, too. And that’s why we’ve partnered with T-Mobile to host a special holiday giveaway. Let’s maintain your sanity and prevent even more stress by sending you a Bluetooth tracker. You’ll never lose a thing with a Tile nearby.

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