If you’re leaving AT&T for T-Mobile, you need to get your ducks in a row before you pop in a SIM and wonder why nothing’s working. Luckily, T-Mobile is probably the most accommodating when it comes to bringing your own phone, so you shouldn’t have too much trouble.
AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint are probably what jump to mind when someone asks you to name wireless carriers, but there’s a plethora of regional carriers that may have plans that better fit your needs.
If you’re a Sprint customer, you may have noticed a random charge on your monthly bill that seems a little out of left field. It’s called a “term access charge,” and it’s a little misleading as to what it’s actually for.
You're going to drop your phone at some point. Or, you're going to drop something onto your phone. It might even get lost or stolen. You should consider protecting that thousand-dollar texting machine.
If you’re just moving over to Sprint, then you should definitely be taking a look at what deals they have available. There’s no sense in simply signing up without first looking for a little more bang for your buck
Maybe you want a simple Flex to wear at work and count steps for you all day. Then, when you go to work out, you want something more involved, like the Charge HR. Fitbit lets you pair all your devices with the Fitbit app and compiles all the data from each device into your dashboard!
Maybe you’re a gamer. Maybe you like to keep up to date on all the day’s news and sport. Most Samsung phones and tablets come with some great apps, but if any of the above describes you, chances are you’ll need more than just the stock apps that Samsung provides.
Downloading all the apps that’ll fit on your phone or tablet is probably the best part of owning a mobile device. It’s great to pump it full of games and other apps, and it’s great to keep these apps up to date. Here are some settings that you should take into account when using Galaxy Apps.
Google Play is great, but Samsung also brings it's own app store to the fold: Galaxy Apps. It's jam-packed with Samsung-exclusives, as well as many of the apps you can find on Google Play. Need a little more Samsung in your life? Let's get started.