Today, T-Mobile held a press conference called the “Uncarrier” event in New York City and announced that they will offer the iPhone on their network now. You can purchase the iPhone 5 directly from T-Mobile starting April 12th. It will cost just $99 and then you pay $20 monthly for 24 months. You also have the option to purchase it outright at full price. T-Mobile is the only carrier to offer the iPhone with no contract, unlimited data, and a low upfront price. If you compare this to AT&T you will save $1000.
T-Mobile has supported unlocked iPhone’s on their network from the beginning, but has made major improvements to it’s network to offer all of the features. Previously you were limited to 2G data speeds and now you are able to receive 3G/4G data speeds in lots of areas. Not only has T-Mobile been refarming their network to support the iPhone but they have also been expanding it to support 4G LTE.
T-Mobile announced that they are moving very rapidly toward LTE. It will be in 90% of top 25 markets covering 200 million people covered by the end of the year with 100 million covered by midyear. Today, T-Mobile launched its state-of-the-art 4G LTE network in seven major metropolitan areas, including Baltimore; Houston; Kansas City; Las Vegas; Phoenix; San Jose, Calif.; and Washington, D.C.
Another neat feature that T-Mobile offers for the iPhone 5 is that they will be the only carrier with HD Voice on the iPhone 5 and if you are looking to save even more money, T-Mobile will offer the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S as well.
T-Mobile is the last of the major carriers to get the rights to the iPhone and finally the wait is over. Now we just need them to continue to improve their network!
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These days, mostly everyone uses a smartphone for their mobile phone. Unlike when you own a so-called “dumb” phone, when you have a smartphone, you will find that your wireless carrier will require you to purchase a data plan or upgrade your existing one, depending on how old it is. In particular, the four major wireless carriers — AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless — offer unlimited data plans as part of their packages. More mobile phone users are now transitioning to providers like Clear that provide wireless internet deals with unlimited data plans for on- the- go and home solutions.
While many consumers opt for these data plans, the majority of these individuals never consume more than 2GB of data per month. This is a fairly standard amount as it is the average tier for most smartphone data plans across all of the wireless carriers.
According to a study conducted by research firm NPD Connected Intelligence, the majority of mobile phone users do not need unlimited plans, and in fact, 2GB is more than sufficient to satisfy these individuals. The NPD also collected data from an app on 1,000 Android smartphones to track how much data the owners would consume each month. This is not taking into consideration the usage of iPhone users, but the firm determined that three percent of consumers on Verizon Wireless consume more than 3GB per month, 4 percent of users on Sprint and AT&T consume over 3GB per month and as much as 11 percent of T-Mobile users consume more than 3GB each month. It was also determined that T-Mobile customers tend to be of the younger demographic, which means there is more streaming of music and video to smartphones among this group.
Generally, on the whole, the majority of customers on wireless carriers who have a data plan tied to their mobile phone are not even at the 2GB point. As of the first quarter of 2012, the average data usage for these individuals measured in at approximately 450MB of data per month. It is not surprising that wireless data usage is considerably low due to the fact that all smartphones now come with Wi-Fi capabilities built in. Shared data is also a popular option that is offered by the two top carriers, AT&T and Verizon Wireless, which help consumers to limit their data usage overall.
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Chart Calendar is a simple to use iPhone and iPad application that lets you keep track of your notes, numbers, and pictures using a calendar. This application makes your life easier by keeping everything organized and all in one place using visually appealing formats.
This application has so many different uses its amazing. You can simply plot and track almost any type of data you can think of. You can track things like your weight, blood pressure, pulse, or just about anything you would want to track. You can even attach pictures for every piece of data entered.
Some ways to use Chart Calendar for your personal and professional life:
* Keep track and explore your health in pictures and numbers.
* Record your fitness achievements using numbers, plots and photos.
* Manage and record your medication and diet numbers.
* Add recipes and related pictures for each day.
* Store and explore product prices with pictures for comparison shopping.
* Keep track of your finances: record how much you spend in each category.
* Take meeting and class notes and capture ideas.
* Research smarter: snap photos of whiteboards and diagrams.
* Reduce paper clutter: take snapshots of receipts, restaurant menus etc.
Once you have a sufficient amount of data, you can see it plotted on graphs, charts, tables, and diagrams to see if your hitting your goals or not. Not only that but you have access to other very useful statistical information like the average, min, max, and median.
All of your data can be accessed from almost anywhere using iCloud or iTunes for backups, email capabilities, and offline mode for the times you do not have an internet connection.
The graphics in this application are very sleek and modern looking all while offering simple to use navigation.
Char Calendar is currently priced at just $0.99 and is a universal application so you can use it on the iPhone and iPad for one low price. If your interested in managing your data with a great app, be sure to check out Chart Calendar on the Apple App Store.
Just got a new iPhone 5 and able to download super fast with the LTE support? Looks like Apple still does not care. I picked up an iPhone 5 and tried to download an application that was over 50MB and was presented with the message: This Item Is Over 50MB You must connect to a Wi-Fi network or use iTunes on your computer to download.
Why does Apple do this and not just give you a message telling you that you are using cellular data and may be charged for it? Lots of people still have unlimited data plans. The kicker is that my iPhone 5′s cellular speeds are double what my Wi-Fi speeds. Hopefully Apple will change this policy soon but I am not holding my breath. Before they had it set at 20MB and recently updated it to 50MB.
If you happen to be able to jailbreak your iPhone or iPad, you can install a 3G unrestrictor application that will trick your device into thinking it is on Wi-Fi and allow you to download applications over 50MB. As soon as we find out that Apple has changed this policy we will update this post to let you know.
A Frustrated iPhone User
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Lets face it almost everyone has some kind of debt that needs to be paid off. It could be a mortgage, car payment, student loans, credit cards, or something else. We all have to deal with debt at some point in our lives. Managing it can be easy for some people but for those of you who need some extra help the app Debt Free will do just that. Debt Free will help you manage your finances and pay off your debts as quickly as possible.
Debt Free – Pay Off your Debt With Debt Snowball Method was developed by Mobile Innovations LLC. Let me start off by saying there are a ton of features and handy information jam packed into this app. To get started simply enter in all of your Debts into the app from the Debts List View. You pick what type of debt you have from a list of included categories. You can also create your own if it is not on the list.
Once you have your Debts entered in you can click on the Reports List View and see detailed graphs of your Debts. The Home button shows your current Debt summary. It includes your progress until your Debt Free Date, your Total Debt Remaining, PayOff Strategy, Interest Savings, and Monthly payments.
When you click on the settings button your presented with the ability to set a password for the app so that nobody but you can see your financial information. You can also sync your data to cloud so that you can access it on both the iPad and the iPhone/iPod Touch. You also have the ability to choose your payoff Strategy, and set notifications.
Debt Free uses the popular Debt-Snowball method of debt repayment. Under this method, extra cash is dedicated to paying debts with the smallest amount owed. This method has gained more recognition recently because it is the primary debt reduction method taught by financial experts. The higher your extra payment, the faster you will be able to become debt free. Debt free allows you to easily see your changes when you increase or decrease your Snowball payment.
This app also has some bonus features which are usually apps themselves. You get a FREE PayOff Date Calculator, a Loan Calculator, and a Mortgage Calculator. As with all of the calculators, you get an Amortization chart and the ability to email your results right from the app.
Debt Free is currently on sale for 50% off. Right now it is just $0.99. The developers have also released Debt Free Lite, a FREE version, which allows you to test the application before you buy it. It is however limited to 2 debts only. If you have more than 2 debts and need some extra help managing them, the I suggest you grab Debt Free while it is on sale!
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