Motorola recently unveiled its latest series of devices that it intends to release this year. The devices comprise three G-series models and another device that comes with 5G connectivity.
Here are the four models in more detail:
moto g play (2021)
The moto g play (2021) is noted as the most affordable device. There is a 6.5-inch HD display with a notch. Powering it from within is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 processor with 3GB of RAM, 32GB onboard storage, and a microSD card slot for memory expansion.
The new plan comes as a multi-month option with three months of wireless service for $30. The plan includes unlimited talk, text, and 1GB hard-capped monthly high-speed data. It also includes unlimited international calling to 80 countries and a $10 monthly credit to make calls outside of those countries.
The Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) is offering the plan under the GSMT network, which refers to T-Mobile. But since Red Pocket is not contractually allowed to publicly name the carrier as their network partner, they only use this code.
Tello Mobile has just unveiled its holiday deals for new customers.
For a limited time period, they are running a promotion that gives switchers three months of wireless service for $10 per month. This is a great way you can save money on a plan that regularly costs $19 per month. It comes with unlimited talk, text, and 4GB of LTE data per month. Mobile hotspot is included in the plan, along with unlimited calling to Canada, Mexico, China, and Romania. Once the allotted data is used up before the billing cycle is over, the data slows down to around 64Kbps.
Ever since the merger between T-Mobile and Sprint got approved, the question that has been on everyone’s minds is when T-Mobile will shutdown Sprint. Of course, this is a logical question to ask, especially since the shutdown of Sprint is pretty imminent. But apparently, T-Mobile is not in a rush to do this.
Before T-Mobile officially puts an end to Sprint, which will put into action their $26 billion merger, T-Mobile still wants to focus on building its 5G network. And that means, current Sprint subscribers are still safe… for now.
T-Mobile is in the news today as it is said to be paying $200 million to put an end to an ongoing investigation being made by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The investigation involves Sprint’s misuse of funds from its Lifeline program.
Under the program, wireless carriers will be getting a subsidy of almost $10 for every low-income American they provide phone service to. Usually, this subsidy is large enough for carriers to provide basic service at no cost to customers, as long as they are eligible.
T-Mobile is proud of a new title it has earned along with its Sprint merger. Not only is the Un-carrier able to use Sprint’s mid-band 2.5GHz spectrum, they have also become the carrier with the most retail stores.
As a matter of fact, when you walk along the street, you’ll notice that things have changed. The stores that used to have a bright yellow sign on its front now display a magenta hue. Sprint stores have been changed into a T-Mobile location. But this is not the case for every store. The Sprint stores that are in close proximity to a T-Mobile store have been shut down.
A few days ago, T-Mobile reported its earnings for Q2 2020. It is important to note that this is the first quarter that Sprint is part of the company. After its merger in April, it looks like it has been a positive move for the Un-carrier.
T-Mobile reported that they were able to add 1.245 million customers during the quarter. This adds up to a total subscriber count of 98.3 million. With this number, T-Mobile has surpassed the subscriber count of AT&T, making them earn the title as the second biggest US carrier. AT&T reported a total of 93 million postpaid and prepaid subscribers during Q2 2020.
T-Mobile’s big Un-carrier announcement is scheduled for tomorrow, July 16. And while we await the big announcement, we can’t wait but think CEO Mike Sievert’s tweets have anything to do with it.
The CEO tweeted:
“On Thursday, we’ll announce our next #Uncarrier move -- we’re tackling something for our customers that is more important than ever! And to answer your first question - yes, it’s for ALL our customers. To answer your second - yes, including @sprint customers.”
Just a month after T-Mobile announced that its merger with Sprint has been made official, the two brands are already making good progress with their 5G network. Despite the merger being made official, we won’t see the two brands being marketed as one for at least a few more months. But it’s important to note that they are working real good together.
Earlier this week, T-Mobile gave good news to its customers. T-Mo’s president of technology, Neville Ray, announced that they had activated their 2.5GHz 5G coverage in New York City. They refer to this as their “full layer cake”, which is now live in parts of NYC and offers high-band mmWave, mid-band 2.5GHz, and low-band 600GHz 5G coverage.
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