Updated Just because T-Mobile is doing away with contracts doesn't mean it won't be carrying hot new phones like the Galaxy S4.
Updated T-Mobile is laying it all on the line, announcing its new pricing to take on the competition.
After lighting up a handful of 4G LTE cities, T-Mobile announces a mobile hotspot ready to use with them.
T-Mobile was reportedly testing its fledgling 4G LTE network in cities that include New York, San Francisco and Kansas City.
There's not a world of difference between current plans and what appears to be T-Mobile's upcoming unlimited ambitions.
The No. 4 carrier plans to dip its toes in the 4G LTE pool in the coming weeks as it readies an NYC shindig for next Tuesday.
T-Mobile is rumored to switch to its Value Plan starting March 24 as well as expand its Equipment Installment Plan.
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