The company basically pledges all the plans that are available right now on Sprint, T-Mobile or their subsidiaries will still exist for 3 years.
The iPhone SE is back again... again. But who knows how long it will be at Apple's clearrance section or if you want to jump through Metro's hoops.
T-Mobile launched eSIM support for the new iPhones and these are the plans that everyone has to deal with now. Something about them doesn't make sense.
The Alcatel 1X came on T-Mobile and left behind its original Android Go nature. The Alcatel 1X Evolve steps it up a tad on Metro by T-Mobile.
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.
Jacklyn Dallas (aka NothingButTech88) joins us to talk about folding phone branding, Black Friday deals and news of future flagships!
Bring or buy an iPhone, port your number and sign onto an Unlimited LTE plan and you're eligible for more than just AirPods.
Also on our show, Qualcomm is batting up at Apple while hoping to get back together with it and the executive crises at Facebook.
New unlimited data plans also come with Google's cloud storage and, if you really want to stretch your dollar, an Amazon Prime subscription.