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T-Mobile and Sprint are in “active talks” about possibly merging

September 20, 2017 Doug Demagistris

T-Mobile and Sprint are thinking about a merger. This is not fresh news. It seems that every six months it gets reported that T-Mobile and Sprint are considering merging. It has been in negotiation for a few years, but no movement has really been made.

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T-Mobile said to be increasing its unlimited throttling cap to 50GB a month

September 19, 2017 Doug Demagistris

T-Mobile wants you to sign up for its wireless network now more than ever! On the heels of announcing an added Netflix perk for some ONE Unlimited Plan customers, the Magenta carrier is said to soon increase its unlimited throttling limit to 50GB per month.

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Essential PH-1 is now available at Sprint locations

September 14, 2017 David Steele

Sprint stores are receiving their first supplies of the Essential PH-1 today. As America’s fourth largest carrier, Sprint has an exclusive with the Essential PH-1, meaning that customers who want to see/buy the device at a carrier will have to drop by a Sprint retail outlet.

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Carrier News

T-Mobile announces bundled Netflix Standard with family plans during Un-carrier Next event

September 7, 2017 David Steele

T-Mobile’s Un-carrier Next event took place on Wednesday, September 6, and was all about bringing Netflix to customers on the ONE unlimited plan free of charge. Qualifying families with two or more lines will automatically benefit from Netflix’s standard plan starting September 12.

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Carrier News

Verizon caps video streaming data rates; smartphones will tap out at a 720p resolution

September 1, 2017 David Steele

America’s largest carrier by subscriber numbers, Verizon, has announced a number of changes to it’s unlimited plans. These changes mean the carrier now offers two unlimited plans, Go Unlimited and Beyond Unlimited, with the former plan costing $5 less a month than before.

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Android Oreo is released for the Verizon Pixel and Pixel XL

August 30, 2017 Deidre Richardson

Google has been teasing Android O for some time (even without a name), but the name (and statue) was finally unveiled some days back as Android Oreo. The update’s system image files were posted last week when the update began rolling out over-the-air to Pixel and select Nexus devices enrolled in the Android Beta Program. If this isn’t you, but you own a Pixel or Pixel XL, we have good news for you!

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