T-Mobile has just expanded its portfolio by two more affordable devices. The Galaxy On5 and Galaxy Tab E are scheduled to hit the carrier’s shelves later this month. The former is a phone offering 4G LTE, 5-inch screen and Android 6.0 Marshmallow experience, while the latter is an LTE-capable 8-inch tablet driven by Samsung’s own Exynos quad-core processor. Both devices are available within T-Mobile 24-month installment plans with low monthly rates.
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T-Mobile is the last of the US carriers to start accepting pre-orders for the LG G5, which is officially scheduled to hit the market on April 1st. The carrier’s pricing on the phone starts from $0 upfront and $26.25 per month within an 24-month installment plan which translates to $629 full retail price. Although the LG G5 will debut in two three days’ time, it has been already hailed the flagship killer for 2016. To accelerate the media hype surrounding the phone’s premiere, LG recently released the first commercial of the G5’s starring Jason Statham.
A year ago two-year contracts were the most popular form of getting a new smartphone. Not any more, though. T-Mobile was the first network to move away from lengthy agreements. It took other carriers a few years to do the same but finally, last year, Verizon removed contracts from its offer and AT&T will do so in a couple of days. At the moment Sprint is the only carrier that still offers two-year contracts but it’s just a matter of time until they disappear from this service provided as well.
One of the best things about agreements was that, thanks to subsidized prices, they allowed you to get a high-end phone at a pretty affordable cost or even for free. There are, however, a few interesting options to buy a new cheap phone now that long-term contracts are gone.
T-Mobile expands its line-up by another budget phone. Earlier we reported that the Magenta carrier started to sell the OneTouch Fierce XL, but running Windows 10 the Alcatel’s handset isn’t the only one offering premiere T-Mobile wants to charm its budget-conscious customers with since the phone debut accompanied by the LG Tribute 5 Android smartphone.
There aren’t many phones delivered by manufacturers other that Microsoft to run Windows platform. Hence the debuting as a T-Mobile’s offering OneTouch Fierce XL raises so much interest. No wonder since it’s a budget sector phone delivering the latest Windows 10 experience at really affordable price. Starting today you can grab the phone straight from T-Mobile contract-free for as little as $139.
It rarely happens that a smartphone can be purchased right after its announcement. It can take anywhere between a couple of days and a few months to get the device and the carrier or retailer ready for sale. In the case of the BlackBerry Priv and T-Mobile it’s been three months almost to the day. The phone went official in October 2015 and earlier today it became available online and through carrier’s local stores.
It seems that the most popular color for smartphones is good old black, however, more and more manufacturers are making devices in a selection of less common hues. For instance, gold has been increasingly popular, especially for premium handhelds. Apple and HTC have been making gold phones as has been Samsung and now the White Gold Galaxy Note 5 is available in the US via Pink Magenta network.
Long gone are the times when there were just a few models of smartphones in stores all offering comparable features. Today phones come in all shapes and sizes and with all imaginable hardware configurations ranging from basic to top of the line. If you are in the market for a device with unconventional solutions, LG’s new offering called V10 might the one you are looking for. The phone was officially introduced earlier this month and is now available for purchase in the US – starting today, AT&T and T-Mobile are selling the new LG V10.
There are many inexpensive phones currently available on the market like Moto G 2015 or Asus ZenFone 2 offering great features at comparatively low price, but they often cost more than $150 which is still too much for some of us. To change this, T-Mobile in partnership with Coolpad launched a new dirt cheap smartphone to the US market. Called Rouge, the phone delivers Android Lollipop experience and 4G LTE connectivity for as little as $50. Starting today the handset is open for purchase in T-Mobile online and local retail stores.
Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus are now on sale via T-Mobile online store, no pre-orders required
It usually takes manufacturers a while to start selling newly announced phones, especially when it comes to high-end devices. Such is the case with Samsung’s latest offerings, the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus. Both handsets are scheduled to hit the stores this Friday, August 21st, and are already available for pre-order from most carriers except T-Mobile, which skipped pre-orders and went straight to direct sale. The latest members of the Galaxy family is for grabs now from T-Mobile online store.
High-end phones are cool to have but they come with one major problem – they are expensive. Moreover, they are packed to the fullest with sophisticated features many of us will never use, but still have to pay for. If you are looking for a more down-to-earth smartphone experience at a price that won’t make you cry, you may want to check out T-Mobile’s offer. The Magenta network has just added a new phone to its portfolio – it’s called ZTE Obsidian 4G LTE and is now on sale via carrier’s store.
Introduced few months ago at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona the Microsoft Lumia 640 has just joined the T-Mobile’s Windows smartphones portfolio. T-Mobile is the second US carrier to offer the Lumia 640 after the Cricket’s launch last month. Priced at $130 off-contract the device seems to be a perfect option for all those of us looking for a budget smartphone featuring decent hardware and support for 4G LTE connectivity.
Keeping their promise T-Mobile added today the LG G4 to their list of offerings. The smartphone is already available online with its retail store sale scheduled to begin on June 3. Even though, it will take one more week before the G4 will hit the stores, T-Mobile still appears to be the nation’s first service provider to launch the phone. The LG G4 for T-Mobile now can be yours with zero upfront payment. Additionally, to sweeten the dealthe carrier throws in a free 128GB microSD card to every LG G4 purchase, but you need to hurry.
Being aware of how important BlackBerry smartphones are to business customers, T-Mobile decided to refresh co-operation with the Canadian mobile manufacturer. After a one-year break in partnership with Blackberry the “Un-carrier” announces adding the BlackBerry Classic to their list of offerings. The phone is now on sale in carrier’s stores.
Debuting in January 2015 the Microsoft Lumia 435 now becomes available for purchase in the US. Dressed in white the T-Mobile version of this extremely cheap phone recently joined the Microsoft online store list of offerings. Featuring a dual-SIM support the Lumia 435 is now within your reach for $70 with no long-term contract commitment.
In the world dominated by smartphones and phablets, there are still people who prefer simplicity and essential functionality over high-end gadgets labeled with even higher prices. If you need a traditional cell phone for cheap, you may feel lucky as T-Mobile has just added the Kyocera Rally to its prepaid offer. Featuring a dependable solidly-built body the Kyocera Rally packs all basic functions you find essential in your everyday use of a cell phone. Here’s everything you would like to know about the phone.
It’s the premium devices that cause the most excitement, but the truth is that not everyone wants a super phone. Some folks can settle for a budget handset and be perfectly happy with it. One of the companies that caters to the needs of less demanding customers is Alcatel. The manufacturer’s latest product, the Alcatel OneTouch Pop Astro just hit Pre-paid T-Mobile and is now available online and in stores at very affordable price.
T-Mobile has just added the ZTE Zinger to their prepaid phones list of offerings. So, if you still hunting for a last minute Christmas gift with your budget cut to the bone, the carrier’s offer is definitely the one you may find interesting enough to take a look at. The ZTE Zinger for T-Mobile with model number Z667 is a budget-friendly handset, perhaps far from being a high-end one, though still pretty capable and the most importantly – cheap. The phone is now at your grabs priced less that $100 off contract.
Yesterday T-Mobile has silently added the HTC One M8 Windows version to their list of offerings. After months of awaiting the best-looking Windows phone is at last within the T-Mobile’s customers’ reach. The carrier’s subscribers may purchase it online for $585.60, which is the full retail price without contract, or buy it from T-Mobile paying nothing upfront with a Simple Choice installment plan.
Nokia Lumia 530 for prepaid T-Mobile is now for sale in carrier stores contract free priced at $79.20
There is quite a selection of Android smartphones aimed at users who can’t afford to pay a fortune for their new phone. However, you don’t have to settle for Android experience, if your taste is directed rather towards Windows Phone platform. Nokia, now owned by Microsoft, is catering quite well to the needs of low-cost sector of the market as well. The Nokia Lumia 530 for prepaid T-Mobile is now for sale in carrier’s stores contract free and is priced just $79.20.