March 18, 2010

 

“T-Mobile USA is hoping to start selling the popular smartphone later this year or next year.” (Financial Times account login required)

Update: “Hopes”.  Yeah, who doesn’t.

January 5, 2010

Tmobile’s got a nationwide 7.2mbps HSDPA network that is compatible with the 3G radios on phones from Europe and Asia.  Compared to AT&T who has a different radio frequency for 3G and are still working on the 7.2mbps network, that’s pretty solid.  They also have the lowest-priced unlimited data plans of any US carrier which helps the Nexus One come in $500-$1000+ less over the two year contract (the difference in the phone cost is $20) than the iPhone…and even the Verizon Droid.  

Will AT&T lower their prices to compete with Tmobile?

Breakdown from BillShrink is below.

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October 11, 2009

Microsoft, after over a week of data outage and admission that they’ve lost all of their customers’ data, might have just killed the Sidekick.  That’s a shame because, before the iPhone, the Sidekick was the most revolutionary smartphone platform out there.

 

July 15, 2009

In a move that can only be described as "for the love of everything decent and holy, why not in the US?!?!"…Apple is opening up the iPhone to be used on Orange and Tmobile in the UK according to MobileToday.co.uk.  The liberation is set for September  BUT will not include the iPhone 3GS (ok, that is a big BUT). 

Orange and Tmobile obviously carry the iPhone in other countries.  O2 is apparently furious with the news but what do you expect when you announce that you’ll be carrying the Palm Pre in countries throughout Europe?

Apple is poised to open the iPhone 3G to Orange and T-Mobile in a bid to boost sales.  The move is set for as early as September and will end Apple’s two year exclusive deal with O2.  Crucially, the manufacturer will continue to give O2 exclusivity for the new, faster 3GS version, but will grant distribution of the older 3G handset to another network.  Orange and T-Mobile are known to have already begun pitching for the handset. T-Mobile’s call centres have also started telling customers it may stock the iPhone.  Both networks sell the iPhone in several other countries.  The addition of a new network selling the iPhone will break O2’s UK exclusivity on the coveted handset, and will offer a challenge to O2’s prices and tariffs.  Sources said O2 has been furious with the news and is concerned potential rivals will undercut its prices on the older model.

We wonder if Tmobile in the US would like to carry the iPhone 3G or if US consumers would appreciate a choice?

 

March 31, 2008

We know Rogers in Canada is a bit of a slacker on the iPhone front from our reader comments.  However, they are the only GSM/EDGE provider in Canada and if you have a hacked iPhone they are your only choice.  If Apple, for whatever reason, doesn’t want to deal with Rogers, they may have one of two already-established partners in Canada soon.  AT&T and Tmobile are both rumored to be partners with Niagara Networks Inc. who are currently bidding on Canadian spectrum.

Either firm may be backing an auction application lodged earlier this month by unknown entity Niagara Networks Inc., which has no current operations in Canada. The company surprised industry observers two weeks ago when it appeared on an Industry Canada list of applicants for the spectrum auction beginning on May 27. Niagara Networks has applied to bid on all the spectrum being auctioned, requiring a letter of credit for $881 million.

Douglas Evashkow, president of Niagara Networks, told CBCNews.ca at the time that he was unable to disclose who was funding his company because of confidentiality agreements.

Obviously with a name like "Niagra" (as in "Falls" – which have both US and Canadian varieties), AT&T would be the easy guess of wireless partner.

No strangers to Canada

San Antonio, Texas-based AT&T, the largest multinational telecommunications service provider in the world, is no stranger to the Canadian cellphone market. AT&T owned 34 per cent of Rogers Wireless before selling it back to the company in 2004 for $1.35 billion US in order to "monetize its stake" and concentrate on its U.S. operations.

In recent years AT&T has reversed course and expanded its international operations. In one of its latest big moves, AT&T in October applied to enter India’s upcoming spectrum auction in partnership with a local company, Mahindra Telecommunications Pvt. Ltd.

AT&T also announced earlier this month that it will invest $1 billion US in 2008 in its international businesses, 33 per cent more than it spent last year and double its expenditure in 2006.

In a recent interview with CBCNews.ca, AT&T Canada executives declined to say how much of the investment would go to Canada but said the country was a key priority. The company provides telecommunications services — minus cellphones — to multinational corporations operating here.

Maura Lendon, chief counsel for AT&T Canada, praised recent moves by the government to boost telecommunications competition, including the favouring of new entrants in the spectrum auction.

The government in November ruled that 40 per cent of the airwaves up for auction would be reserved for new entrants, meaning that existing players Rogers, Bell Canada Inc. and Telus Corp. are restricted to bid on the other 60 per cent.

"We do see more positive trends in the Canada market, which I think are opening opportunities. It trends towards more open competition," Lendon said.

How long will it take before the partner sets up shop and can start slanging iPhones?  We have no clue…all we know is Canadians want iPhones and are pretty upset that they don’t have an Apple-blessed way of getting them.

 

Thanks Noob

 

February 11, 2008

Big news day today – especially for us coffee addicts.  Starbucks has announced  that it was dropping its T mobile wifi access points around the world and going with AT&T.  The new deal will give free wireless access to Starbucks card holders and AT&T broadband users and charge about half of what T mobile charged for WiFi access. $3.99/visit or $20/month.

Now this deal has Apple written all over it for a number of reasons – not just because taking your  MacBook to Starbucks will be a whole lot cheaper.  Starbucks and AT&T are also iPhone partners.  Starbucks sells it’s music to iPhone and iPod Touch users through its Wifi Music store (now run by AT&T).   AT&T is obviously the carrier for the iPhone.

iPhone’s in Europe are bundled with the carriers wifi hotspots – well they are with T mobile and O2.  Orange notsomuch.

We expect a AT&T-iPhone Wifi access deal to be announced at the next big event.  Free iPhone Access at Starbucks sound good to anyone else?

 

November 21, 2007

News is starting to trickle in.  You can now officially buy an unlocked iPhone for yes, €999.  Is this the actual price of the iPhone.  Is this what Apple would charge if it wasn’t taking $10-$20 bucks a month of your Mobile bill?  Perhaps it isn’t that easy to build an operationg system from the ground up for a phone that works as well as the iPhones?

I guess we know what price those unlocked iPhones are going to go for in France.  The question is, are they different from a hardware perspective?  Or can people who want carrier choice just buy a $399 iPhone at the Apple store and upload the new unlocked firmware?

Also, according to fortnighttv, tmobile users that have already purchased the iPhone can have theirs unlocked for free.

We’ll bring you more reports as they develop…

 

September 22

AAPL: 151.89

-1.50

Initial agreement for T-Mobile and Sprint merger may happen soon

A report this morning from Reuters shares that T-Mobile is “close to agreeing tentative terms” for a merger deal with Sprint after months of talks. News of a T-Mobile and Sprint merger have been floating around since May.

September 19

AAPL: 158.73

0.06

T-Mobile raises unlimited data cap to 50GB before ‘prioritization’ kicks in

T-Mobile announced in a blog post today that it is upping its “prioritization point” for unlimited data users. While this limit was previously set at 32GB, the carrier has today pushed that up to 50GB…

September 6

AAPL: 161.91

-0.17

T-Mobile plans will include Netflix for free starting on September 12

Last week, T-Mobile teased that it would be hosting an event to introduce the latest addition to its popular Un-Carrier movement. That event took place today in the form of a livestream where T-Mobile revealed that it’s now including Netflix for free with certain T-Mobile One plans.

August 7

AAPL: 158.81

2.42

T-Mobile announces new discounted Unlimited plan for people 55+

T-Mobile announced today a new promotion that gives users 55-years-old or older a discounted wireless plan. Starting August 9th, the carrier is offering those users two lines of T-Mobile ONE Unlimited for just $60 including taxes and fees with Autopay.

May 2

AAPL: 147.51

0.93

T-Mobile announces nationwide plan for 5G coverage, calls out AT&T and Verizon over misleading claims

T-Mobile’s CEO John Legere has shared the company’s plans for brining true 5G coverage to its customers in a new video. However, before sharing details about T-Mobile’s strategy, Legere takes some time to point out AT&T and Verizon’s recent Q1 results and shares ideas on why he believes their 5G claims are misleading and their plans flawed.

March 1

AAPL: 139.79

2.80

9to5Toys Last Call: SanDisk 128GB Flash Drive $25, Anker 2-Port USB Wall Charger $7, more

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eBay is taking 10% off tech orders of $200+: score an unlocked iPhone 7 128GB for $639, Plus 32GB $675, more

Grab a SanDisk Ultra 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive for $25 Prime shipped (Reg. $35)

Huge savings on Amazon’s largest tablet: Fire HD 10 Wi-Fi 16GB for $130 shipped (Reg. $230)

Anker’s best-selling 2-port Wall Charger is the one Apple should’ve made, on sale for $7.50 Prime shipped

Upgrade to Apple’s 13-inch MacBook Pro w/ Touch Bar for $1,550 shipped (Reg. $1,799)

Apple’s latest 13-inch MacBook Pro w/o Touch Bar is on sale for $1,300 shipped (Reg. $1,499)

Here’s your chance to score a rare discount on Powerbeats3 Wireless Headphones in all colors: $150 shipped (Reg. $200)

9to5Rewards: Grovemade’s handmade wooden iPhone 7 Plus cases [Giveaway]

Deus Ex Go – the turn-based stealth puzzler – is now just $1 on the App Store (Reg. $2)

Pre-order discounts & release dates for Nintendo Switch titles: Breath of the Wild, Splatoon 2, Mario, Binding of Isaac + many more

MORE NEW GEAR FROM TODAY:

Smartphone Accessories: Kmashi 15,000mAh Dual-USB Portable Power Bank $13 Prime shipped (Reg. $17), more

MORE DEALS STILL LIVE:

SanDisk iXpand 32GB Lightning Flash Drive for iPhone or iPad: $35 Prime shipped (Reg. $45)

AT&T’s latest promotion nets customers BOGO free smartphones, including iPhone 7

B&H is throwing in a free Chromecast with purchase of Google Home: $130 shipped ($164 value)

February 28

AAPL: 136.99

0.06

9to5Toys Last Call: TP-Link 802.11ac Wi-Fi Router $120, DJI Phantom 4 PRO $1,200, more

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TODAY’S CAN’T MISS DEALS:

Last Call Updates:

Score Samsung’s 128GB EVO+ microSDXC memory card for $40 shipped (Reg. up to $60)

Apple certified refurb 27-inch 5K iMac 3.3GHz/8GB/2TB with one-year warranty: $1,300 shipped (Orig. $2,299)

Daily Deals: TP-Link 802.11ac Wi-Fi Gigabit Router $120, SwissGear Pulsar Deluxe Laptop Backpack $50, more

Amazon is taking 20% off gaming and networking accessories: SteelSeries Optical Mouse $40, much more

The impressive DJI Phantom 4 PRO gets its first notable discount at $1,199 shipped (Reg. $1,499)

Upgrade to Apple’s 13-inch MacBook Pro w/ Touch Bar for $1,550 shipped (Reg. $1,799)

Apple’s latest 13-inch MacBook Pro w/o Touch Bar is on sale for $1,300 shipped (Reg. $1,499)

Save over $200 on Apple’s 13-inch MacBook Air 128GB: $797 shipped (Reg. $999)

Here’s your chance to score a rare discount on Powerbeats3 Wireless Headphones in all colors: $150 shipped (Reg. $200)

9to5Rewards: Grovemade’s handmade wooden iPhone 7 Plus cases [Giveaway]

Deus Ex Go – the turn-based stealth puzzler – is now just $1 on the App Store (Reg. $2)

Pre-order discounts & release dates for Nintendo Switch titles: Breath of the Wild, Splatoon 2, Mario, Binding of Isaac + many more

MORE NEW GEAR FROM TODAY:

B&H is throwing in a free Chromecast with purchase of Google Home: $130 shipped ($164 value)

Smartphone Accessories: Mpow Phone Holder w/ lock and release for cars $11 Prime shipped (Reg. $14), more

MORE DEALS STILL LIVE:

 

SanDisk iXpand 32GB Lightning Flash Drive for iPhone or iPad: $35 Prime shipped (Reg. $45)

AT&T’s latest promotion nets customers BOGO free smartphones, including iPhone 7

Deals on 4K Smart UHDTVs: Samsung 65-inch Curved $949 (Reg. $1,200), more

February 27

AAPL: 136.93

0.27

9to5Toys Last Call: latest 13-inch MacBook Pro from $1,300, Powerbeats3 in all colors $150, APC 8-Outlet UPS $43, more

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TODAY’S CAN’T MISS DEALS:

Last Call Updates:

Quell+, the popular puzzle game of logic and tranquility, goes free on the App Store for the first time in years

Upgrade to Apple’s 13-inch MacBook Pro w/ Touch Bar for $1,550 shipped (Reg. $1,799)

Apple’s latest 13-inch MacBook Pro w/o Touch Bar is on sale for $1,300 shipped (Reg. $1,499)

Here’s your chance to score a rare discount on Powerbeats3 Wireless Headphones in all colors: $150 shipped (Reg. $200)

Keep your gear safe during power outages with the APC 8-Outlet Surge Protector and Battery Backup for $43 shipped (Reg. $70)

Save over $200 on Apple’s 13-inch MacBook Air 128GB: $797 shipped (Reg. $999)

9to5Rewards: Grovemade’s handmade wooden iPhone 7 Plus cases [Giveaway]

App Store Free App of the Week: Nightgate goes free for the very first time (Reg. $4)

Pre-order discounts & release dates for Nintendo Switch titles: Breath of the Wild, Splatoon 2, Mario, Binding of Isaac + many more

MORE NEW GEAR FROM TODAY:

Daily Deals: Dell 27-inch LED GSync Monitor w/ USB Hub $480, Logitech Harmony Ultimate Home Remote $170, more

SanDisk iXpand 32GB Lightning Flash Drive for iPhone or iPad: $35 Prime shipped (Reg. $45)

  • Land this Westinghouse 40-inch 1080p LED HDTV w/ 3 HDMI inputs for $150 (Reg. $250)
  • Take 20% off Nike clearance items with this promo code: save on Dri-FIT, Roshe, and more
  • Games/Apps: Guitar Hero Live (all platforms) $20, Nintendo Switch case $7, iOS freebies, more
  • Smartphone Accessories: Mpow Buckler Waterproof Bluetooth Shower Speaker $16, more
  • Today’s the day to stock up on Thermos insulated bottles, tea infusers starting at $8
  • Anker Eufy LED Desk Lamps from $20 Prime shipped (Reg. up to $50)
  • Amazon will hook you up with a stylish Timex Leather Strap Watch for $18(Reg. up to $30)
  • The special edition View-Master Batman Virtual Reality set is down to $16
  • Get up to speed with the TRENDnet 802.11ac Wireless AC750 Dual Band Router for $10
  • If you thought the Dyson cord free stick vac was ‘out of reach’, refurb offer for $200
  • Acer 13-inch Touchscreen Chromebook 2.1GHz/4GB/32GB SSD: $339 (Reg. $500+)

MORE DEALS STILL LIVE:

AT&T’s latest promotion nets customers BOGO free smartphones, including iPhone 7

Deals on 4K Smart UHDTVs: Samsung 65-inch Curved $949 (Reg. $1,200), more

Sony’s h.Ear Wireless ANC Headphones compare to Bose QC35 for much less: $195 shipped (Orig. $350)

February 24

AAPL: 136.66

0.13

9to5Toys Last Call: 13″ MacBook Air $797, Samsung 65″ 4K UHDTV $949, Magic Keyboard/Mouse 2 bundle (refurb) $130, more

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TODAY’S CAN’T MISS DEALS:

Last Call Updates:

9to5Rewards: Grovemade’s handmade wooden iPhone 7 Plus cases [Giveaway]

Save over $200 on Apple’s 13-inch MacBook Air 128GB: $797 shipped (Reg. $999)

Deals on 4K Smart UHDTVs: Samsung 65-inch Curved $949 (Reg. $1,200), more

Daily Deals: LG 25-inch UltraWide IPS Monitor $130, Apple Magic Mouse 2 and Magic Keyboard 2 (Refurb) $130, more

Mac Apps at 9to5Toys Specials: PDFConverterOCR $20 (Orig. $50), Hype 3.5 for Mac $25 (Orig. $50), Screens 3 $13 (Orig. $30), More

Score 7 Mac Apps from a selection of 49 options including OCR Wizard, WinZip, Snapheal, Ubar, more for $20

9to5Rewards: Circle with Disney lets you monitor kids’ screen time

App Store Free App of the Week: Nightgate goes free for the very first time (Reg. $4)

Pre-order discounts & release dates for Nintendo Switch titles: Breath of the Wild, Splatoon 2, Mario, Binding of Isaac + many more

MORE NEW GEAR FROM TODAY:

AT&T’s latest promotion nets customers BOGO free smartphones, including iPhone 7

  • Smartphone Accessories: Aukey iPhone Tripod $9more
  • Games/Apps: Titanfall 2 $25, amiibo from $2, Charlie Brown’s All Stars $5freebies, more
  • Improve office efficiency with the Brother Monochrome Laser Printer for $45 shipped (Reg. 60+)
  • Save 20% or more on best-selling Wera hand tools: 6-Piece Precision Screwdriver Set $25, more
  • Huawei’s Ascend XT Android Smartphone delivers no-contract pre-paid service at $50
  • The North Face launches its Winter Sale that takes up to 40% off + free three-day shipping
  • Grab a new pair of work boots in today’s Amazon Gold Box: Caterpillar Steel Toe $47, more!
  • Why walk when you can hover? This Razor Hovertrax 2.0 Smart Scooter is now $298

MORE DEALS STILL LIVE:

Sony’s h.Ear Wireless ANC Headphones compare to Bose QC35 for much less: $195 shipped (Orig. $350)

Stay in control with the Honeywell Lyric T5 HomeKit-enabled Smart Thermostat for $116 shipped (Reg. $150)

February 23

AAPL: 136.53

-0.58

9to5Toys Last Call: Brother Color Laser w/ AirPrint $180, Sony h.Ear Wireless Headphones $195, Harman Kardon Speaker $50, more

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TODAY’S CAN’T MISS DEALS:

Last Call Updates:

App Store Free App of the Week: Nightgate goes free for the very first time (Reg. $4)

Never wait for prints again: Brother Color Laser Printer w/ AirPrint and Dash Replenishment $180 shipped (Reg. $250)

Sony’s h.Ear Wireless ANC Headphones compare to Bose QC35 for much less: $195 shipped (Orig. $350)

Smartphone Accessories: Harman Kardon One Portable Bluetooth Speaker $50 shipped (Reg. $90), more

Score 7 Mac Apps from a selection of 49 options including OCR Wizard, WinZip, Snapheal, Ubar, more for $20

Save $349 on Apple’s 12-inch MacBook 512GB at Best Buy, dropping the price down to $1,250 shipped + open-box deals

9to5Rewards: Circle with Disney lets you monitor kids’ screen time

Due for iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch is now on sale: $1 (Reg. $5)

Pre-order discounts & release dates for Nintendo Switch titles: Breath of the Wild, Splatoon 2, Mario, Binding of Isaac + many more

MORE NEW GEAR FROM TODAY:

Henge Docks’ Horizontal Docking Station adds a slew of ports to your MacBook Pro: $449 shipped (Reg. $499)

  • Take your travel standards to new heights with this High Sierra Access Backpack for $29.50 (Reg. $45)
  • Games/Apps: PlayStation EA Digital Sale – Battlefield 1 $30, DualShock 4 Starter Kit $50freebies, more
  • Save on Acer’s 11.6-inch Chromebook 2.16GHz/2GB/16GB SSD: $144 shipped (Reg. $180)
  • Bundle and save on DeWalt tools: 20-volt Compact Drill w/ Long handle toolbox $89 shipped, more
  • Daily Deals: Seagate Expansion Desktop 8TB USB 3.0 Hard Drive $200, more
  • LEGO sets at 25% off: LEGO Ideas Yellow Submarine for $45 (Reg. $60), more
  • 9to5Toys Specials Travel Roundup: Pacsafe Anti-Theft Wheeled Luggage $100 (Orig. $240), and more

MORE DEALS STILL LIVE:

Stay in control with the Honeywell Lyric T5 HomeKit-enabled Smart Thermostat for $116 shipped (Reg. $150)

Say goodbye to dead zones with the NETGEAR Orbi Tri-Band Home Wi-Fi System for $330 shipped (Reg. $380+)

February 22

AAPL: 137.11

0.41

9to5Toys Last Call: DJI Phantom 4 $799, Honeywell Lyric HomeKit Thermostat $116, Seven Mac App Bundle $20, more

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TODAY’S CAN’T MISS DEALS:

Last Call Updates:

Henge Docks’ Horizontal Docking Station adds a slew of ports to your MacBook Pro: $449 shipped (Reg. $499)

DJI will sell you its Phantom 4 Drone for $799 shipped, today only (Reg. $1,000)

Stay in control with the Honeywell Lyric T5 HomeKit-enabled Smart Thermostat for $116 shipped (Reg. $150)

Score 7 Mac Apps from a selection of 49 options including OCR Wizard, WinZip, Snapheal, Ubar, more for $20

Save $349 on Apple’s 12-inch MacBook 512GB at Best Buy, dropping the price down to $1,250 shipped + open-box deals

9to5Rewards: Circle with Disney lets you monitor kids’ screen time

Due for iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch is now on sale: $1 (Reg. $5)

The Best Console Game Releases for February: Horizon Zero Dawn, For Honor, and more

Hands-on with Haiku Home’s beautiful L and H Series smart ceiling fans

MORE NEW GEAR FROM TODAY:

Say goodbye to dead zones with the NETGEAR Orbi Tri-Band Home Wi-Fi System for $330 shipped (Reg. $380+)

Amazon offers BIGTHANKS to customers by taking $8.62 off any $50+ purchase, today only

Grab a rare discount on $50 gift cards at Amazon: Starbucks, Whole Foods, Staples and more for $41 shipped

MORE DEALS STILL LIVE:

Claim your unlimited storage with 12 months of Amazon Cloud Drive for $48 (Reg. $60/yr)

Save 15% on all your favorite Nest Products: 3rd Gen. Thermostat $212, Cam $169, more

Amazon has quietly updated its free shipping policy for the better

February 21

AAPL: 136.70

0.98

9to5Toys Last Call: Brother AirPrint Inkjet Printer $40, 1-yr. Amazon Unlimited Cloud Storage $48, Parallels 11 for Mac $15, more

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TODAY’S CAN’T MISS DEALS:

Last Call Updates:

Deus Ex Go – the turn-based stealth puzzler – is now just $1 on the App Store (Reg. $2)

Daily Deals: Brother All-In-One Inkjet Printer w/ AirPrint $40, Logitech K480 Bluetooth Multidevice Keyboard $23, more

Claim your unlimited storage with 12 months of Amazon Cloud Drive for $48 (Reg. $60/yr)

Run Windows on your Mac with Parallels Desktop 11 for $15 shipped (Orig. $80)

Save $349 on Apple’s 12-inch MacBook 512GB at Best Buy, dropping the price down to $1,250 shipped + open-box deals

9to5Rewards: Circle with Disney lets you monitor kids’ screen time

Nighty Night! The award-winning Bedtime Story app goes free on the App Store (Reg. $3)

The Best Console Game Releases for February: Horizon Zero Dawn, For Honor, and more

Hands-on with Haiku Home’s beautiful L and H Series smart ceiling fans

MORE NEW GEAR FROM TODAY:

Anker rolls out new 4-inch Powerline reinforced MFi Lightning and microUSB cables, 2-packs from $5 Prime shipped

  • Smartphone Accessories: Aukey 8-outlet Surge Protector w/ 6 USB ports $29 (Reg. $40), more
  • Take the concert with you: Klipsch KMC3 Wireless Bluetooth Portable Speakers for $150
  • Double down on backpacks – AmazonBasics for $12 and Under Armor Storm for $25 (Reg. $40)
  • Games/Apps: FIFA 17 $30, PlayStation 4 Slim 500GB Uncharted Bundle w/ XCOM 2 $230more
  • You can save over $100/yr by owning your modem: Arris DOCSIS 3.0 refurbs from $49
  • Today’s Amazon Gold Box includes a Makita 13-piece Combo Drill Kit w/ Bits for $220

MORE DEALS STILL LIVE:

Save 15% on all your favorite Nest Products: 3rd Gen. Thermostat $212, Cam $169, more

Amazon has quietly updated its free shipping policy for the better

Add rich sound to your home: Sony 5.1-Ch. Soundbar System with Wireless Subwoofer $225 shipped (Reg. $500)

February 20

AAPL: 135.72

0.38

9to5Toys Last Call: 12-inch MacBook 512GB $1,250, iTunes Gift Cards 15% off, Nest Thermostat $212, more

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TODAY’S CAN’T MISS DEALS:

Last Call Updates:

Nighty Night! The award-winning Bedtime Story app goes free on the App Store (Reg. $3)

Save $349 on Apple’s 12-inch MacBook 512GB at Best Buy, dropping the price down to $1,250 shipped + open-box deals

iTunes gift cards are 15% off at Staples, because who doesn’t love free apps, TV shows and movies?

Save 15% on all your favorite Nest Products: 3rd Gen. Thermostat $212, Cam $169, more

Best Buy President’s Day Sale: $275 off 13-inch MacBook Air, iMac and iPad Pro deals plus 4K UHDTVs and more!

9to5Rewards: Circle with Disney lets you monitor kids’ screen time

App Store Free App of the Week: the gorgeous Green Riding Hood goes free for the very first time (Reg. $3)

The Best Console Game Releases for February: Horizon Zero Dawn, For Honor, and more

Hands-on with Haiku Home’s beautiful L and H Series smart ceiling fans

MORE NEW GEAR FROM TODAY:

Daily Deals: Lexar 128GB JumpDrive USB 3.0 Flash Drive $18, Samsung 58-inch 1080p Smart HDTV $450, more

Snapchat Spectacles are now available for purchase in three colors

MORE DEALS STILL LIVE:

Amazon has quietly updated its free shipping policy for the better

Add rich sound to your home: Sony 5.1-Ch. Soundbar System with Wireless Subwoofer $225 shipped (Reg. $500)

Apple iPhone 7 Smart Battery Case in Black or White: on sale for $85 shipped (Reg. $99)

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