Some new software tucked into iOS 9 beta will let T-iPhones play with Apple's Continuity feature over T-Mobile's cellular network, not just over Wi-Fi.
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New customers hoping to pay for their tablet in monthly installments and get the free tablet data deal will also need to sign up for a $20-a-month plan.
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The carrier is also starting a tablet trade-in program and confirmed that users would get 200 megabytes of data "free for life."
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A check of the Web site had found a requirement to sign up for a monthly plan. Updated: T-Mobile has apologized and called it "an executional mistake."
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The company says the uptake for iOS 9 is the fastest ever for the software that powers its iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch devices.