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Metro by T-Mobile is offering free phones for all persuasions as long as you're a switcher while T-Mobile is splurging on Samsung 4K TVs.
The Un-carrier is so psyched to get your kids back to school that it's offering two smartphones for the price of one. And you don't even need kids.
T-Mobile is the last of the big four carriers to update the Galaxy S7, S7 Edge and LG G6 to Oreo, also sending security patches to the Note 5 and S8 Active.
So many deals, so many different requirements to be eligible for them. You'll have an easier time getting two Galaxy S9s than two iPhone Xs.
It should come as no surprise that a 5.8-inch Samsung Galaxy S9 Active is in the pipeline, packing an extra-large battery, and otherwise retaining the key specs of the "regular" GS9.
The Un-carrier has been highly regarded as an employer of military members. Now, it's going further to serve those who have served.
Customers can get a couple of phones (them being the Galaxy S9, S9+ or S8 Active), add at least one line and get a big chunk of a discount. But with big catches.
Sweet Android Oreo treats continue to spread nationwide for Samsung's 2017 flagship phones, from T-Mobile's Galaxy Note 8 to AT&T's S8 Active.
Before getting a chance to review the newly unveiled Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+, Consumer Reports wants the world to know the iPhone X camera is the best.
The two carriers are at each other's throats with big credit doles and new phones to give out. Which will you side with? Or are these deals just dumb?
Galaxy Note 8, S8 and S8+ retail boxes already include decent in-ear headphones tuned by AKG, but for a limited time, you can also get genuine AKG on-ear headphones at no extra cost.
We've had our say, now it's our readers' chance to pick a winner. Which flagship gets the tip-top mark for 2017? Cast your ballot and find out on New Year's Day!
Buy one iPhone, get one for free. Buy a Samsung? Buy an LG? Get one for free. Simple as can be, but not for long, says T-Mobile.
Starting tomorrow, you'll be able to buy an iPhone 8 or one of many flagship Androids from T-Mobile, and receive a second unit free of charge.
If you're coming to Sprint from another carrier, you can get a $425 discount off the newest and military-spec smartphone from Samsung.
A new roving AR game for Harry Potter fans is coming around next year! Plus, more controversy around the Pixel 2 XL and iPhone X on this week's show!
T-Mobile's already robust high-end smartphone family grows with two new 600 MHz-supporting members, both priced north of $800.
Exclusively available on AT&T since August, the flat-screened, big-battery, extra-robust Samsung Galaxy S8 Active makes its way to Sprint and T-Mobile.
The Galaxy S Active series is still with AT&T as an exclusive now, but Sprint has been revealed as one of two carriers next in line to get the S8 Active.
Samsung thinks it can incentivize new Galaxy S8, S8+, S8 Active and Note 8 buyers without actually discounting the phones.
Still available exclusively from AT&T, the rugged Samsung Galaxy S8 Active should soon expand to T-Mobile, as proven by this ev-leaked render.
There has not even been an unlocked version of the Galaxy S8 Active in its series history. This could be an interesting change of weather.
Watch our unboxing of the Samsung Galaxy S8 Active, one of the most rugged yet best looking phones you can ask for in the market