The 5G variant of the Galaxy S10 has already made its debut on Sprint and Verizon’s network in the US. Today, T-Mobile is joining the bandwagon by announcing the launch of its 5G network and the Galaxy S10 5G.
If you are a T-Mobile subscriber and happen to own the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, there’s a new T-Mobile-approved feature being introduced today.
The OnePlus 6T was the first phone from OnePlus to launch on a U.S. carrier’s network, T-Mobile. That partnership has done exceedingly well for the company as it has helped boost the sales of the OnePlus 6T by 249 percent.
T-Mobile is no stranger to promotions, whether it’s for the network itself or for the devices it offers, the Un-carrier is all about the deals.
When Samsung officially announced the Galaxy S8 Active earlier this year, it did so with the disclaimer that the rugged handset would have an exclusive launch window at AT&T, but that it wouldn’t last long.
The Galaxy Note 8 was officially announced last week amidst much hype and speculation. The handset managed to live up to the buzz, being the company’s first official dual-camera smartphone. Today, T-Mobile customers are in for some good news with a handful of users reportedly getting messages that their order is “being packed” and will be shipped “soon”.
Word on the street was that the T-Mobile-branded Revvl smartphone would launch on Thursday, August 10, and that is indeed the case.
If you’ve been on the fence when it comes to buying a Samsung Galaxy S8, and you happen to be a T-Mobile customer, Samsung may have a new deal that could push you over the edge.
For those of you out there under T-Mobile‘s magenta umbrella, and who haven’t yet bought a Samsung Galaxy S8, the wait may pay off in a new promotion.
For folks that prefer mid-range handsets, T-Mobile may be working on a handset that could suit your needs.