Along with new updates for its Galaxy S8 and S8+, T-Mobile is now pushing an update to its LG G6. The T-Mobile LG G6 is now being updated to version H87211e. The update comes in a 686.6MB in size and includes the November 6, 2017 Android security patches, Real Time Text (RTT) support for the hearing impaired, a built-in DIGITS experience, and and face recognition. T-Mo says that there are miscellaneous “software stability and … [read full article]
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Back in December T-Mobile unveiled Digits, a revolutionary new service that’s meant to “bring the phone number into the digital age”. It’s been in beta testing ever since, and today the Un-carrier has announced that it will go live for all of its customers on May 31. So what can Digits do for you? Well, it lets you assign multiple phone numbers to the same device. So you no longer have to carry two phones around, one for work, one for personal use. Or you can use Digits to have the same phone number ring multiple devices – your phone, your tablet, another phone, a smartwatch, a PC – the…
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T-Mobile announced a bets test for its DIGITS service last year, and at long last the beta is over. DIGITS will roll out to all subscribers on May 31st, and it’s free to use with your current mobile number. If you want multiple numbers (or DIGITS as T-Mobile insists on calling them), that’ll cost you $ 10 per month.
DIGITS works in two ways: you can have multiple numbers on a single phone or a single number on multiple phones.
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T-Mobile has been working on a new type of multi-number, multi-device phone service. Digits, one of the company's UnCarrier moves, is now through beta testing and ready to launch at the end of the month.
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