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Looking back at the Samsung Galaxy S6

With the official launch of the Galaxy S7 just around the corner, we take a look back at how its

Here are the videos you don’t want to miss this week – February 13, 2016

2015 was a really great year for Android smartphones. The Nexus 6P, Samsung Galaxy S6, LG G4, Moto X Pure Edition are among a long list ...

Deal: Get a free Galaxy S6 with any other Galaxy flagship purchase at AT&T

Dayum, this is a pretty sweet deal. AT&T is offering a free 32 GB Galaxy S6 to anyone that purchases a Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, ...

Marshmallow update arrives for Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge in Europe

The European Marshmallow update has finally begun for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. T-Mobile Poland tweeted to say the update was coming a ...

Looking back at the Samsung Galaxy S6

The official launch of the Samsung Galaxy S7 is less than two weeks away, and with the rumor train chugging along at full steam, we’re ...

Samsung Galaxy S6 now only $457 on Amazon

A new Samsung Galaxy flagship is to launch soon, and you can bet we will be at MWC getting you all the goods. But today ...

Here are the videos you don’t want to miss this week – January 30, 2016

While it hasn’t been all too busy in the Android world as of late, our video team has still been working hard to bring you ...

Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge receiving Marshmallow 6.0.1 update in South Korea

The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge are very different products for Samsung, from their build quality to their features – or lack thereof – ...

The best-selling unlocked Android phones from B&H (January 28)

Unlocked smartphones are definitely gaining popularity and for good reason – they free you up from financing plans and two year contracts. If you’re looking ...

What is the prettiest phone of all time?

It wasn’t all that long ago that mobile phones were bulky, cumbersome and sort of cheap feeling. Manufacturers didn’t really start getting good at phone ...

Marshmallow on the Galaxy S6 is a welcome improvement

A key issue with Android is how long it takes older devices to get the latest update, but with Marshmallow, we’ve seen companies take a different ...

10 Android phones you should consider for T-Mobile (January 2016)

Are you in the market for a new smartphone? Is T-Mobile the service provider you’re considering? You’re in luck!  We’re here to help you pick out ...

10 Android phones you should consider for Sprint (January 2016)

Are you in the market for a new smartphone? Is Sprint the service provider you’re considering? You’re in luck!  We’re here to help you pick ...

Flashbacks and Forecasts: Samsung in 2016

2015 was a tumultuous year for many Android manufacturers and 2016 will be make-or-break for some, as the smartphone market plateaus and competition arrives in increasingly ...

10 Android phones you should consider for AT&T this month (January 2016)

Time for a new smartphone? That’s great!  What do you have in mind? Not sure? That’s okay, we’ll help. If you’re a seasoned smartphone owner, picking ...

10 Android phones you should consider for Verizon this month (January 2016)

Here we are, two weeks into a new year and some of us are looking for a new phone to compliment the new “us”.  Are ...

Marshmallow 6.0.1 beta hitting Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge

Samsung has released an uncharacteristically brisk Android 6.0.1 update for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge.

SlimType is a QWERTY keyboard cover for the Samsung Galaxy S6

It seems that BlackBerry isn’t alone in wanting to revive the QWERTY keyboard for mobile phones, as Norwegian company One2Touch has just unveiled its own ...

Samsung executives blame lackluster software for company’s problems

Samsung’s growth recently reached a stall, which caused the company to go back to the drawing board and redesign its products form the ground up. ...

How to install the Android 6.0 Marshmallow beta on your Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge

Samsung has been known to drag its feet when it comes to bringing major software updates to its devices, but that doesn’t seem to be ...

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Simple Mobile Buyer’s Guide (October 2020)

Picking out the right wireless carrier isn’t all that difficult. After all, there are just a few names to choose from in the US, right? Hardly. For every one of the service providers you can name, we bet there are two others you don’t even know exist.The Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) space is a crowded one and there’s plenty to consider. While they each have their own rate plans, terms, and features, they rely on the network infrastructure built by the bigger names.Take, for instance, Simple Mobile.Who is Simple Mobile?Simple Mobile is an MVNO that offers GSM coverage from T-Mobile; however it may not fully offer the exact same network speed, availability, and coverage. This isn’t it exclusive to Simple Mobile as even T-Mobile’s own Metro brand sees the same experience.As often is the case with many MVNO and prepaid carriers, there are no contracts with Simple Mobile.What are Simple Mobile rate plans like?When it comes to options, Simple Mobile has a number of 30-day plans available for customers. Prices range from as low as $25 per month up to $60 with varying amounts of high speed data.Limited time promotions will sometimes see extra data or features like mobile hotspot added at no cost. The 5GB plan is priced just $20 per month for the first three months with automatic bill payment.$25 per month for unlimited talk, text and 3GB of high speed data$30 per month for unlimited talk, text and 5GB of high speed data$40 per month for unlimited talk, text and 15GB of high speed data$50 per month for unlimited talk, text and unlimited high speed data w/ 5GB hotspot, 480p video streaming$60 per month for unlimited talk, text and unlimited high speed data w/ 15GB hotspot, 480p video streaming, 50GB cloud storageCustomers who sign up for automatic payment (Auto Reup) each month can save up to $5 per month on their plan.What else should I know?Simple Mobile customer can purchase add-on plans for extra data or international calling. Unused data does not roll over to the next month, but the international balance does.There are other options and add-ons available to Simple Mobile customers, including global calling cards and extra data. Simple offers some modest international calling to 69 destinations and roaming.Fine print and other detailsIt’s worth noting that most service plans include hotspot capabilities but it dips into the data allotment. The “Truly Unlimited” plan does get its own 10GB of data to share.$5 – 2GB data add-on$10 – 5GB data add-on$20 – 10GB data add-on$10 – Add-on InternationalSimple Mobile customers can earn rewards for referring others to its service, watching video clips, sharing on social media, and automatic bill payments. Credits can be used toward high-speed data or a free service plan. Get a friend to sign up for service and you’ll both get a month for free.Any promos or discounts?As of today there are a number of deals available through Simple Mobile, including a limited time Blowout Sale. A mix of instant discounts, price drops, last-chance buys, and promotions, it’s a great way to save money on purchases.Can I use my own phone with Simple Mobile?Customers can bring pretty much any unlocked GSM or T-Mobile phone to Simple Mobile. A $.99 SIM card can be purchased which fits all slots – nano, micro, or standard.How is the phone selection at Simple Mobile?Should you wish to purchase a phone from Simple you’ll find a range of devices from familiar brands like Samsung, Motorola, LG, and a few others.The current crop of handsets isn’t overly attractive, but there are top-tier models like the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G or Galaxy Note 10 Plus.The phones are priced outright as well as monthly, with financing options for 24-month and 15-month periods. There are also certified pre-owned models and reconditioned handsets, too.

Google Home review: Good but outdated

The Google Home is good, but you should instead get the Nest Audio, which is great.

FlexiSpot Desk Bike review: Burn a few calories while you work (but just a few)

It may not have all the bells and whistles of a Peloton, but it will cost a fraction of that

Cut the cord: This $25 HD TV antenna grabs streams from up to 50 miles away

TL;DR: This money-saving digital HD antenna is 58% off, and provides you with a ton of high-definition content.If you’re thinking about cutting the cord, you’re not alone. Many people have, and the reasons to get away from traditional cable continue to grow. Similarly, we’ve seen a rise in people who never even bother with signing an agreement with a cable provider.While a lot of us like Hulu, Netflix, and the other streaming players, some still like the local channels for live broadcasts of news, sports, and general programming. Awards shows, season finales, and playoff games are serious business and work best live. If you’re among those aching for the live shows, listen up.There are options that let you cut the cord, or not have to worry about signing up for cable. In fact, it’s cheap, too. Consider the current offer in the AG Deals Store: the Liger HDTV 50-Mile Ultra-Thin Antenna & Amplifier. Priced just $25, it’s all you’ll ever need to spend for your local broadcasts. The Liger HDTV 50-Mile Ultra-Thin Antenna & Amplifier is super thin, easy to set up, and receives signal from up to 50 miles away.It’s easy to install; plug it in and scan for channels with one click. Before you know it, you’ll have access to the channels available in your area for news, weather, and sports.Liger HDTV 50-Mile Ultra-Thin Antenna & Amplifier FeaturesRevamped range for up to 50 milesFine-tuned frequency picks up plenty of stations10 to 15dB gain strengthens premium picturesCan be used as a TV antenna amplifier boosterThe best part of this whole deal is you only pay a one-time fee for the antenna and end up with free TV for life. Get the Liger HDTV 50-Mile Ultra-Thin Antenna & Amplifier for just $24.99, or 58% off the original cost — at the AG Deals Store.Save even more!In addition to the savings above, when you buy through AndroidGuys Deals, for every $25 spent, you get $1 credit added to your account. What’s more, should you refer the deal via social media or an email that results in a purchase, you’ll earn $10 credit in your account.If this is your first time buying, then you are also eligible for a further 10% discount when you subscribe for email updates.How about a freebie?Not looking to spend any money today? That’s alright, we understand. Why not visit the AndroidGuys section for freebies and take something anyhow? Go ahead, grab two!