Who says you can't get something for nothing? If you have modest data needs, T-Mobile will hook you up, no strings attached.
Binge On is downgrading all video streams to standard definition, even for users with unlimited data. Here's how to disable it and get your high-definition video back.
Technically Incorrect: T-Mobile decides that the presenter's mistake in naming Miss Colombia the winner is ripe for its advertising during the Super Bowl.
Equipped with a 5-inch display, a 5-megapixel camera and built-in Wi-Fi calling, the ZTE Avid Plus is available on T-Mobile and MetroPCS on January 20.
The LG Leon is a passable budget smartphone, but it's worth spending a little more for the Motorola Moto G or the 4.7-inch Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3.
The carrier cuts the rate on its four-person unlimited data plan. Virgin Mobile, meanwhile, introduces a new set of lower-priced plans for bargain hunters.
Technically Incorrect: For its Super Bowl push, the uncarrier shows how Drake's music can be unblinged by its rivals.
Already supporting Netflix, Hulu, Showtime and other providers, the service lets you stream video without chewing up your data allotment.
A complaint with the FCC accuses the "Uncarrier" of adding unauthorized charges to customer bills and deceptive advertising practices.
The CEO says he's sorry for his off-color rant against the Electronic Frontier Foundation and further defends T-Mobile's Binge On service as consistent with open Internet principles.