T-Mobile Stories October 25

Here’s a shocker. All four major US carriers — Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile — have just announced that they’re joining forces to deliver RCS messaging in the US for Android smartphones in 2020.

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T-Mobile Stories October 23

The OnePlus 7T made its debut in the US last week, but the slightly upgraded OnePlus 7T Pro isn’t coming here. Today, though, T-Mobile has announced that it will get the OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren Edition sometime later this year.

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T-Mobile Stories October 14

John Legere confirms T-Mobile Pixel 4 in cheeky Instagram and Facebook post

The T-Mobile US CEO John Legere has essentially confirmed the Pixel 4 will come to the carrier via a series of not-so-subtle Facebook and Instagram posts.

T-Mobile Stories October 7

OnePlus 7T will cost $25/month as a T-Mobile exclusive, available October 18

The OnePlus 7T launched in late September, but the company isn’t done with new devices or details. Ahead of another launch event later this week, T-Mobile is confirming that it will carry the OnePlus 7T exclusively, with pricing details and a launch date also confirmed.

T-Mobile Stories July 25

Samsung’s Galaxy Fold won’t be carried by T-Mobile upon re-release

The whole Galaxy Fold debacle might finally be over. Last night, Samsung announced that it had fixed the Galaxy Fold and would be re-releasing the device later this year, but as it turns out, T-Mobile won’t be carrying the device at that point.

T-Mobile Stories July 19

The Google Discover feed is a handy way to keep up on your interests when it comes to news articles or even videos. On some of its self-branded smartphones, however, T-Mobile is now showing its own bloat alongside the Google Discover feed, but not in the way you might think.

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