When it comes to buying a new smartphone, it’s always important to look at how much money you can save. This is why wireless carriers come up with different ways to try and outrank other brands-- so much so that you get a free 4K TV along with your purchase.
As of this writing, three wireless carriers have announced different deals where they give away a free 4K TV to customers. If you’re on the market for both smartphone and 4K TV, this might be your lucky day. Here are the deals offered by these carriers:
T-Mobile has just welcomed the addition of two budget-friendly devices to its lineup. These phones, called the Revvl 2 and Revvl 2 Plus, are actually a successor to T-Mobile’s original Revvl smartphone model.
With the addition of these two devices, T-Mobile is able to offer more affordable smartphones for those who are looking for basic features with noticeable specs.
Battery-wise, the Revvl 2 comes with a 3,000mAh battery, while the Revvl 2 Plus has a 4,000mAh battery. The two phones both include a 32GB internal storage with a microSD card slot for memory expansion and IP52 rating for water and dust resistance. They also include a fingerprint scanner and Face Unlock technology.
A few days ago, T-Mobile announced that it would be testing out a new option for 36 months equipment installment plans (EIP). When it was announced, T-Mobile revealed that the option would be available to Samsung Galaxy Note 9 purchases. But it looks like the wireless provider is getting ready to offer other smartphone models as well.
Starting today, you can trade in an eligible smartphone to a new flagship device offered by T-Mobile under its new EIP. The good news is that you can pay as low as $10 per month with this new EIP structure. Among the smartphone models that you can purchase under the new EIP include the following:
Having already initiated its Voice over LTE (VoLTE) roll-out, AT&T is now planning to offer Wi-Fi calling by 2015.
The carrier has always had embraced Wi-Fi and other closely related technologies. As a matter of fact, AT&T has managed to partner with other business entities over the years in order to provide public Wi-Fi areas for its customers.
MetroPCS, the prepaid wireless service owned by T-Mobile, is offering new plans to its old and new customers, as well as adding new inclusions to its existing plans.
This prepaid service provider currently uses T-Mobile's LTE network, and subscribers will be glad to know that MetroPCS is boosting the high-speed data usage on several existing plans. On top of that, the prepaid brand is also introducing a limited-time only offer -- specifically, a new Family Plan that offers four lines of service.
AT&T recently announced that their LTE network is now covering more than 300 million people in the United States. That figure is about 95% of the whole population of the country.
AT&T did not state for certain whether they are stopping their 4G rollout. But by hitting 300 million, the carrier has no doubt accomplished something significant -- AT&T has covered more people than Verizon did when it initiated its LTE rollout. Back in June of 2013, it was reported that Verizon had reached 298 million people when it completed its 4G network rollout.
More than a year ago, Samsung introduced a prototype of a smartphone that featured a curved screen which wraps around the right-handed area. Called Youm, that prototype eventually would give way to another curved-screen Samsung handset -- the Galaxy Note Edge, which is expected to be released this fall.
It is plain to see that T-Mobile is not done yet with its aggressive efforts to grab more customers, preferably away from its closest competitors.
Just barely two weeks ago, the Uncarrier had expanded its Simple Choice plan, now allowing 10 lines of service for one plan. At first, the 7th to the 10th lines of service came with a monthly fee of $20.00 each, but now the wireless company has since declared that it has lowered those rates by fifty percent.
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