The Chief Operating Officer of T-Mobile, Mike Sievert revealed that starting from May 31st, “every T-Mobile customer’s phone number will be upgraded to DIGITS for free.” DIGITS is a top-of-the-line beta program that supports inter-connectivity between your mobile number and other compatible devices such as phone, tablet, smartwatch, computer, and more thereby eliminating the heck multiple phones and multiple numbers, especially for business. DIGITS was actually introduced sometime last year but T-Mobile said that feedback from customers will be used [Read More]
T-Mobile, America’s third largest carrier, has announced what it is calling a “spectacularly simple” way for customers currently using Verizon to switch to T-Mobile’s service. The deal is available for Verizon customers using two of the most popular phones (recent iPhones and the Google Pixel) and means customers can have their existing phone paid off in full.
South Korean smartphone manufacturer, LG, has unveiled the new tough LG X Venture smartphone, which is coming exclusively to America’s second largest carrier, AT&T, from May 26th. The LG X Venture combines mid-range hardware specifications, a number of military toughness standards, a large battery and some helpful outdoors-type software tweaks.
Verizon added two Android Wear smartwatches to its cellular network this year, LG’s Watch Sport and the carrier’s own Wear 24. Wear 24 was announced the same day as Watch Sport, and has some similarities. However, it’s to be marketed as an entirely different watch, made by Verizon.
Merge rumors have been going around for years in the context of U.S. carriers, T-Mobile and Sprint. However, the seriousness dissipated for a few years. Now, things seem to have heat up again.
T-Mobile is actively offering a BOGO deal on Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, but it won’t last much longer!
Verizon, America’s largest carrier by subscriber numbers, has updated their website with full details of their new Android Wear 2.0 smartwatch, the Verizon Wear 24. Verizon had previously released details of the new smartwatch earlier in the year, more recently teasing when it would be available for sale. The day has finally come!
Last week, T-Mobile and AT&T commented on the race to 5G. U.S. carrier Sprint has now addressed its plans of what’s to come.