Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Device On Us Deal From T-Mobile Offers Free iPhones And Samsung Galaxy Smartphones.


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T-Mobile is making the holidays brighter and louder by offering a free top of the line iOS or Android  smartphone. The phones in the offer that you can get for free with this promo include an iPhone XR or iPhone 8, Samsung Galaxy S9 or S8, LG V40 or G7 , or OnePlus 6T.  The offer is open to both new and existing customers. The new customers being required to add two new lines of voice service and existing customers being required to add at least one voice line and trade in a qualifying smartphone.
If you want the latest and the greatest, T-Mobile is also offering up to $750 off an iPhone XS, XS Max, iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, Galaxy S9+, Galaxy Note 9, or Galaxy S8 Active. Whichever phone you choose, you’ll need to purchase it on an Equipment Installment Plan to qualify for this promotion. You’ll also need to trade in a phone that’s been paid off to qualify for this deal.

These are the  phones that qualify for trade-in:
iPhones;

iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus

Android Phones;

Samsung Galaxy S8 series, Galaxy S7 series, Galaxy S6 series, Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy Note 5
Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL LG V30, V30+, V20, G7, G6 Motorola Moto Z2 Force, Z2 Play OnePlus 6, 5T, 5

Where can I get this deal?
You can get this deal by visiting the nearest T-Mobile retail location
ordering online, or contacting us to place your order.

Huawei Challenges US And Other Nations To Prove What They Claim, A Security Risk In Their 5G Tools.


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The chairman of Huawei, Ken Hu challenged the United States, Australia,New Zealand, Taiwan and governments to prove evidence for security risk claims that the Chinese tech giant is accused of. Huawei launched a public relations effort Tuesday to defuse fears that threaten its role in 5G, next-generation communications.

Talking to reporters who were invited to Huawei Technologies Ltd.'s headquarters, the chairman complained accusations against the biggest global maker of network gear stem from "ideology and geopolitics." He warned excluding Huawei from fifth-generation networks in Australia and other markets would hurt consumers by raising prices and slowing innovation.
Australia and New Zealand have barred Huawei in 5G networks on security grounds. They joined the United States and Taiwan, which have broader curbs on Huawei. Japan's cybersecurity agency says suppliers including Huawei that are deemed high-risk will be excluded from government purchases.
AP

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