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Verizon adds new 5G Mix and Match Plans

by Alex Gordon on Thursday, August 20, 2020

Early this week, Verizon announced its latest plan offering for 5G users. The plans fall under the 5G Unlimited Mix & Match name, which all provide value and entertainment to customers at no extra cost. 

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Samsung commits to three years of Android updates

by Alex Gordon on Thursday, August 13, 2020

Earlier this month, Samsung announced that it will be committing to three years of Android updates. This means that all of its devices will be getting updates and not just limit this to the flagship Galaxy S and Note models. 

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T-Mobile reports Q2 2020 earnings, lands second largest carrier title

by Alex Gordon on Thursday, August 06, 2020

Earlier today, T-Mobile reported its earnings from the second quarter of the year. It’s important to note that this is the first quarter where Sprint is included in its earnings after the merger in July.

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US Cellular reveals 11 states to get 5G network by end of 2020

by Alex Gordon on Thursday, July 30, 2020

A few days ago, it was revealed that U.S. Cellular has partnered with Nokia to build its 5G network. After the teaser, the wireless carrier has revealed the 11 new states which will be among the first to get expanded 5G coverage. 

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T-Mobile offering 5G data plan at $25/month/line

by Alex Gordon on Thursday, July 23, 2020

T-Mobile has just unveiled what could possibly be the best 5G unlimited plan in the US. The offer, called “Supercharged Un-carrier: On Gloves: Off,” gives customers unlimited 5G data plan for $25 per line per month for four lines. 

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AT&T advises customers to switch to 4G phone before February 2022

by Alex Gordon on Wednesday, July 22, 2020

It looks like AT&T may have hurriedly sent out an email to some customers and caused them to panic just a little. That’s because the wireless network failed to include vital information on an email it sent out to customers today. 

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T-Mobile unveils new Scam Shield app, turning Sprint stores to T-Mobile store

by Alex Gordon on Friday, July 17, 2020

T-Mobile’s highly teased “Un-carrier” announcement was held via a special webcast earlier today. During the event, the company unveiled their newest Scam Shield app that aims to give customers more control over blocked calls.

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Dish bringing back $hrink-It plan for Boost Mobile

by Alex Gordon on Wednesday, July 01, 2020

Boost Mobile is officially owned by Dish Network now!

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Verizon customers see decline in robocalls received

by Alex Gordon on Friday, June 26, 2020

For quite some time now, regulators and legislators have been doing their best to put robocalls out of business. Service providers have since followed their regulations and have implemented new ways to protect their customers. In a way, it looks like these efforts have not gone unnoticed as more consumers report dealing with fewer unwanted robocalls than before. 

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T-Mobile encouraging Sprint subscribers to migrate with Unlimited Line On Us Offer and T-Mobile Tuesdays

by Alex Gordon on Thursday, June 18, 2020

Ever since T-Mobile announced its merger with Sprint, it has been busy migrating the customers of the latter and improving its mid-band spectrum. Now, it is giving Sprint subscribers a better reason to migrate with a new deal. 

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