T-Mobile is making all sorts of headlines as of late. Yesterday, T-Mobile announced their first holiday offer of a free ONETOUCH Pop 7 tablet with qualifying data plans. Today, they announced they will be making it easier to connect with family and friends overseas, just in time for the holidays.
Starting today, T-Mobile has announced two new offers. Everyone on your Simple Choice plan can call landlines in more than 70+ countries for just $5 extra a month.They also announced a $10 a month plan, where customers can get unlimited calling to mobile phones in 30 countries and 1,000 minutes to mobile phones in Mexico. This plan also includes all the features of the aforementioned $5 plan.
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On November 21, T-Mobile is expressing appreciation to its current customers by offering early access to Black Friday deals. The carrier is taking $100 off the Samsung Galaxy S 5 and Galaxy Note 3. Even better, T-Mobile customers can pickup an Alcatel ONETOUCH POP 7 tablet for absolutely nothing but the sales tax. There are no monthly payments and not even a down payment. The following day, November 22, T-Mobile will open up the tablet offer to new customers as well.
T-Mobile notes that canceling your wireless service will cause the device balance to be due.
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T-Mobile has announced that the Moto 360 can now be picked up beginning today online for the usual $249.99 price tag. As with all thing Uncarrier, you can get it for $0 down and pay $10.41 per month with the final payment being $10.56 of the 24th month.
As you can see in the image above, it is only for the black and stainless steel variant of the device. If ordering online through the carrier isn’t your cup of tea, T-Mobile will also be selling the Moto 360 in select stores on November 19th. It will carry the same price tag and also in the black stainless steel combo.
Bounce on over to T-Mobile.com right now if you want to place an order.
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Samsung’s latest oddity, the Galaxy Note Edge, is finally officially available through T-Mobile starting today. The second screened Note device is being offered for $0 down and carries a monthly payment of $36.25. The Note Edge is certainly the more interesting of devices launched this year by Samsung with its 5.6-inch Quad HD+ display at 2560 x 1440 and its 160 pixel edge screen, hence its name.
Internally you will speed along your day with a 2.7GHz quad-core process and 3GB of RAM. You also get 32GB or storage with 128GB micro SD card support too. The rear camera is 16MP with a 3.7 MP front shooter with 120 degree Wide Selfie mode. Mix in the 3,000 mAh battery that offers 32 hours of talk time with fast charging ability (50% charge in about 30 minutes) and you have an all day strong device that does a heck of a lot. Take a look at an impressions video from Mr. Marques Brownlee to get a better understanding of what makes the Edge screen pretty darn cool.
The Galaxy Note Edge is available at T-Mobile.com and at participating retail stores starting today. You may want to give a call to your local store before swinging in to make sure they have them in.
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Starting today, residents in the United States can pick up the curved variant of Samsung’s flagship phablet of 2014, the Galaxy Note Edge, from three out of five of the largest carriers.
First up we have AT&T, who is listing the handset for $399 on a two-year contract and $945 upfront. Next plan customers can grab the handset with nothing down, and twelve monthly payments of $47.30, eighteen monthly payments of $39.42 or twenty-four monthly payments of $31.54.
T-Mobile is offering the Note Edge for $0 down with twenty-four monthly payments of $36.25. If you don’t feel like entering into a two-year contract, the carrier is giving you the option to pick one up for $870 outright.
Sprint is the third and final operator currently cataloguing the device. On a two-year tariff,the handset is priced at $429 or $840 as a one-off payment. You can, however, choose to spread the cost over twenty-four months, which works out approximately $35 per month.
Big Red and U.S. Cellular are also set to join the party in the not too distant future, and we’ll be sure to let you know as and when they do.
Now that the Galaxy Note Edge is finally available, are you eager to pick one up?
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The Google Nexus 6 has been one of the hardest devices to obtain this year. Although it hasn’t been officially released, pre-orders commenced on October 29th through the Google Play Store and have since sold out… not once, but twice. Not only did the Google Play Store run out of inventory, the Motorola online store sold out as well.
There has been a glimmer of hope for some Nexus die-hards through T-Mobile (myself included). An earlier leaked document suggested that the magenta carrier would launch the Nexus 6 on November 12th. This has since been confirmed through calls we made to T-Mobile.
Unfortunately, it seems that while they will indeed launch the Nexus 6 this Wednesday, not all stores will get the device. The document (which can be seen below) came courtesy of the XDA forums. It shows that over 1800 stores nationwide will get a demo unit of the Nexus 6, whereas only 300 stores will actually have stock to sell.
It is unknown if this document is legitimate, but we will definitely find out soon.
Nexus 6 store list (download link)
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The Galaxy Note 4 is the newest Note to be offered by Samsung. The Note series has been one of the most successful series of Android phones to be offered. This year Samsung outdid themselves in the form of offering a spec monster. With a Quad HD screen, a top in processor, 3GB of ram, and metal frame Note fans agree this is a worthy successor for a phone know to have all the latest and greatest tech. Here at AndroidGuys we want to let you the user know when and where you can get the hottest products Android has to offer.
This year Samsung offers two distinct versions of the Note 4. The first is the same Note people recognize and the second and odd brother the Note edge. Both devices offer the same specifications with the only difference being the Note edge offers and odd curved screen on the side and a more familiar polymer frame. While the Note 4 has been readily announced and rumored to have been pushed up this year the Note edge seems to be a rare oddity with availability and release dates here and there.
First up the Note 4
- Availability: The Note is available on all the major carriers in the U.S. and is available worldwide. The key for people outside the U.S. is to purchase the correct note for your carrier. Just like years before Samsung offers multiple variants for different markets with the last release tomorrow Nov. 5th.
- Cost: $720.00 to 849.99 off contract depending on carrier. $299.99 for a two year agreement. There are also payment plans for $0 plus tax starting at $31.29 per month for 24 months and going up from there depending on carrier and finance terms.
The note 4 is also available through Amazon, Best Buy, and Ebay.
The Note Edge is an oddity with its curved screen on one side. Early rumors suggested Samsung used it to show off a bit with its technology in screens and never intended for its release. However the Note edge is a production phone and will be available after the Note 4.
- Availability: The Note Edge release date was for a time as mysterious as the phone itself. The official releases date is November 14th. AT&T will have pre-orders starting November 7th. T-Mobile also announced availability starting Nov. 14th. Sprint and Verizon expected to offer the edge soon.
- Cost: $860.00 on T-mobile and $945.99 on AT&T. $399.00 for a 2 year contract agreement with AT&T. AT&T will offer a $0 down and $39.42 a month as will T-mobile for $0 down and $36.25 a month for 24 months. Sprint and Verizon no word on price or plans.
The Note Edge will be available in more markets such as Europe later this year and possibly into 2015. Pricing for models outside the U.S. peg it a just under $1000.00.
The Note 4 appears to be readily available and no stock issues are apparent. AndroidGuys will update as soon as any new news is available for the Note 4 and Note Edge. We will also alert to any price change or sales for each model as soon as its available.
T-Mobile announced the pricing and availability of the more interesting Galaxy Note Edge. The Un-Carrier will be making the device available for customers to purchase starting November 14th for $0 down and $36.25 a month. It will be available in participating stores nationwide and be found online.
The Note Edge brings you that curved second screen on the right hand side of the device. It has sparked some interest in the community and has received the expected mixed reviews for the implementation of the curved second screen that delivers notifications and dedicated app functions. The Note Edge carries a 5.6-inch Quad HD+ Super AMOLED 2560 x 1440 display, with the additional 160 pixel side screen. A 2.7GHz Quad-Core processor, 3GB of RAM, 32GB internal storage and Micro SD card support. You will find a 16MP rear shooter camera along with a 3.7MP front shooter, It will launch with Android 4.4 KitKat and packs in a 3,000 mAh fast charge battery.
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The Nexus 6 is one of the most anticipated phones of the year. As of now only the U.S. market is confirmed to have the Nexus 6 available for pre-order. AndroidGuys will keep you up to date on pricing and availability of this device as soon as we find out more.
- Types: Cloud White 32GB and 64GB, Midnight Blue 32GB and 64GB
- When: Pre-Order starts Oct. 29th on Google Play (Sold Out)
Pre-Order for AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, Cellular South (Soon, not yet announced)
For sale sometime in november at participating carrier stores including Best Buy
Estimated Release date Nov. 3rd ( Based on Nexus 9 release date)
- Cost: $649.00 for 32GB. $699.00 for 64GB
AT&T $50.00 for 2-year agreement.”rumor due to leak”
All carriers may offer finance plans for 18 or 24 months.
- Types: Cloud White 32GB and 64GB, Midnight Blue 32GB and 64GB
- When: Pre-Order was expected November 3rd recent reports push it to November 18th
Estimated availability some time in December.
- Cost: Rumor price all over the place. Cost should be close to U.S. market
If you’ve been jonesing to get Samsung’s one-of-a-kind Galaxy Note Edge in the US, you now have a date to mark on your calendar. The bent-screen Android smartphone will be available in the US starting November 14th, with the five biggest carriers (AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon and US Cellular) all on tap either on the 14th or in the weeks afterward. You’ll be paying an extravagant sum for that eye-catching display, however. Sprint is offering the Edge on a $35 per month payment plan ($840 total), while AT&T will sell it for $400 on contract, or an eye-watering $950 up front — you’d better really, really like curved screens. Other carriers haven’t divulged pricing just yet, but it’s safe to say that they’ll charge similar amounts. Who knew that the Galaxy Note 4 would seem like a bargain?