T-Mobile iPad Air Arriving This November 1st

T Mobile iPad Air Arriving This November 1stAs expected, the folks over at T-Mobile do not want to be left out of the iPad Air party, and hence, they have announced that they will be rolling out the recently introduced iPad Air this November 1st. Best of all is, you will be able to pick up the iPad Air for nothing, while enjoying free data for life, now how about that?

We do know that T-Mobile has announced that they will offer iPad Air and iPad mini, both with Wi-Fi + Cellular, from November 1st onward, while the iPad mini with Retina display with Wi-Fi + Cellular will arrive later in the same month. These two tablets will be on offer starting at $0 down for those who qualify, and all T-Mobile iPad users will be on the receiving end of 200MB of free 4G LTE data every single month – as long as they own their iPad, never mind that they are still a customer outside of T-Mobile’s purview.

T-Mobile does offer daily, weekly and monthly options for those who want to enjoy 4G LTE data. T-Mobile voice customers will be able to enjoy ‘always-on’ iPad plans from $10 monthly for unlimited data, where it will boast of 500MB of 4G LTE data each month. There is also the option to add even more 4G LTE data in 2GB increments, where these will arrive in just an extra $10 per month. [Press Release]

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    New iPad Users Get 200MB Free Data Per Month On T-Mobile

    New iPad Users Get 200MB Free Data Per Month On T MobileDon’t you just love the free market and a capitalist mindset? Of course, there is no economic model that will be 100% foolproof, but it does seem that capitalism has a whole lot more advantages compared to disadvantages, and with the recently announced iPad Air as well as iPad mini with Retina display, pricing details have already begun to be announced by different carriers. We have already brought you what Sprint had to say about the situation, and it does seem that the folks over at T-Mobile do have an enticing carrot that hopes to entice the masses to sign up with them.

    Just how attractive is T-Mobile’s offer? How about 200MB of free data each month if you end up as a new iPad owner? This would definitely undercut AT&T’s entry-level offering of $14.99 for the same amount of data each month, but it must be noted that AT&T does offer additional data for $30 a pop, with 3GB included. As for T-Mobile, they will throw in 2.5GB of data at a similar price point.

    It would be interesting how far will customer loyalty go when it comes to getting the best bang for your hard earned buck. Out of all the mobile carriers, who would you stick with when it comes to the new iPads?

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    T-Mobile Tweets His Love Of The Galaxy Note 3 From His iPhone

    T Mobile Tweets His Love Of The Galaxy Note 3 From His iPhoneWe’ve seen our fair share of celebrity tweets in the past where they have attempted to promote a phone or platform that is not an iOS device, but end up tweeting that promotional tweet using an iPhone. It is pretty funny and a bit embarrassing for those celebrities and brands but it happens, with the latest case being a tweet by none other than T-Mobile’s CEO, John Legere, who tweeted his love for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, only to have his tweet discovered that it was done via his iPhone.

    The tweet reads, “Glad @SamsungMobile decided to bring phablets to the states. I don’t know what I’d do without my #Note3!” Legere was then notified that his tweet came from his iPhone to which he tweeted a response saying, “oops. I carry both as you may know! That was funny.” He then followed up with a photo where he showed off both the iPhone 5s and the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear smartwatch. Given Legere’s role as the CEO of a major carrier in the US, we highly doubt that he only has one phone on him and it really isn’t surprising that he carries more than one, although admittedly his little hiccup with the tweets was a bit funny.

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    T-Mobile HTC One Android 4.3 Update Will Be Released This Monday

    T Mobile HTC One Android 4.3 Update Will Be Released This Monday

    Carrier branded HTC One units in the U.S. have finally begun receiving the Android 4.3 update. Customers were dutifully updated about the roll out process by HTC Americas president Jason Mackenzie. It was he who revealed that Android 4.3 roll out for carrier branded devices would miss its previously scheduled release date at the end of last month, and it was he who broke world that Sprint HTC One owners were the first ones to receive this update. AT&T subscribers were the second in line to receive the update on their devices. Mackenzie has now revealed via Twitter that T-Mobile HTC One Android 4.3 update will finally begin rolling out on Monday, October 21st.

    A few days back Mackenzie had said that T-Mobile customers should expected the update to reach them within a couple of days, but apparently the roll out hit a snag, which caused it to be pushed back to October 21st. Mackenzie replied to a query on Twitter, saying that the update has been held until Monday due to an unexpected delay. That’s not too bad though, the release has only been set back by a few days. Barring any unexpected snags, the update should begin to be rolled out to T-Mobile HTC One users tomorrow.

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    Samsung LTE Mobile HotSpot PRO For T-Mobile Announced

    Samsung LTE Mobile HotSpot PRO For T Mobile AnnouncedIf you guys are in the market for a hotspot router, Samsung has announced the LTE Mobile HotSpot PRO for T-Mobile subscribers. Granted this is merely a hotspot router, its design is pretty pleasing to the eye, and some of its features could be worth your consideration. For starters the device will allow for tethering of up to 10 WiFi-enabled devices and naturally it will play nicely with T-Mobile’s LTE network and UMTS. It will also pack a 3,100mAh battery and charging support meaning that on top of using it as a hotspot device, you will be able to charge your other mobile device as well as long as it is compatible with it. The LTE Mobile HotSpot PRO will also pack a 1.2GHz processor with 4GB of internal storage which can be further expanded via microSD. For those interested in getting their hands on the device, T-Mobile is charging would-be customers $50 upfront along with monthly installments, or for those who would rather just pay it in one go, you can expect to fork out $170 for it. For more information, head on over to T-Mobile’s website for the details.

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