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US edition: Samsung Galaxy S5 release date and where can I get it?

US edition: Samsung Galaxy S5 release date and where can I get it?

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The Samsung Galaxy S5 and Gear 2 may seem like old news because they were announced in late-February, but nonetheless, they still haven't reached the market - which is what we've all been waiting for. In the US, carriers and stores have begun announcing... >>

T-Mobile US will pay you to come to its network

T-Mobile US will pay you to come to its network

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T-Mobile US CEO John Legere announced on-stage at CES 2014 in Las Vegas that T-Mobile will pay customers to come to its network.  With its new "Get Out of Jail Free Card" programme, T-Mobile will eliminate an obstacle for people wanting to switch from... >>

Xperia Z1S is Sony's flagship in the US, coming to T-Mobile this month

Xperia Z1S is Sony's flagship in the US, coming to T-Mobile this month

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Sony is once again trying to bolster its line-up in the US. A year after the introduction of the Xperia Z, the company has announced another waterproof phone for the States - the Xperia Z1S. Essentially, it's the US version of the Xperia Z1 with a few... >>

LG announces LG G Flex in US on Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile for Q1 2014

LG announces LG G Flex in US on Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile for Q1 2014

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LG says its LG G Flex curved smartphone will go on sale in the US during the first quarter on Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile. The US launch of the curved smartphone  - announced at CES 2014 - follows its launch in parts of Asia and plans for the UK. It's... >>

LG G Flex press shot leaked for Sprint launch

LG G Flex press shot leaked for Sprint launch

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A press shot of the LG G Flex headed to the US market has leaked, this time from carrier Sprint. EvLeaks posted the photo on Monday, with no clear indication when the handset will launch. It appears LG is ready to bring its curved smartphone outside of... >>

Sprint reportedly considering a bid for T-Mobile US

Sprint reportedly considering a bid for T-Mobile US

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US carrier Sprint is considering preparing a bid of more than $20 billion to buy T-Mobile US, according to The Wall Street Journal. T-Mobile shares surged 9 per cent in extended trading once the news hit, which cited unnamed sources familiar with the... >>

FCC instates clear cellphone unlocking terms in US, after much confusion

FCC instates clear cellphone unlocking terms in US, after much confusion

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US wireless carriers must adhere to a strict cellphone unlocking policy, following a ruling from the Federal Communications Commision on Thursday. All major carriers in the US have signed on to the policy, and the agreement will ensure customers are notified... >>

T-Mobile gaff gives 12-month SIM-only contracts away for free (update)

T-Mobile gaff gives 12-month SIM-only contracts away for free (update)

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UPDATE: Sadly, T-Mobile has now removed the glitch and the contract price is back to normal. For all those who managed to grab it at the time, it still seems that T-Mobile will be honouring those contracts. You can read the original story below... A glitch... >>

LG G Flex for US market: AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile tipped

LG G Flex for US market: AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile tipped

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LG is ready to bring its curved smartphone outside of the South Korean market. There's been some speculation around a release in Europe, and now EvLeaks has word for customers in the US seeking the curved LG G Flex. The mobile device tipster, who is frequently... >>

T-Mobile US 'UNcarrier' movement seems to be working, posts improved earnings

T-Mobile US 'UNcarrier' movement seems to be working, posts improved earnings

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T-Mobile US, the country's fourth-largest carrier, is on the up-and-up, its Q3 2013 earnings revealed on Tuesday. The self-described "Un-carrier" posted increased revenue, decreased losses, and more customers as it works to shake up the mobile industry.... >>