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Samsung Galaxy Note Leaving T-Mobile USA By November 1? $160 on AT&T

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Well, that was a short stint. The Samsung Galaxy Note has only been with Old Magenta for a little over a month, but it looks like T-Mobile is already preparing to pull the phablet off its shelves. To be fair, by the time T-Mobile “launched” the Galaxy Note last month, it was already a year-old phone with other carriers around ...

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White Samsung Galaxy Note To Be Launched On Telus Today, Bell On April 10th?

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The Samsung Galaxy Note is certainly an awesome device, if you have any doubt about that, click here. The LTE handset was released in Canada earlier this year, and now it appears like a white version of the Gingerbread-running Smablet (or phablet) is finally headed to the Land of the Maple Leaf.

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How to Use Samsung Galaxy Note with T-Mobile USA

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Up here in Canada, the Galaxy Note is available from the big three: Bell, Rogers, and Telus. In the United States, though, the massive phablet is exclusive to AT&T. What if you're on T-Mobile and you want some 5.3-inch AMOLED goodness?

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Galaxy Note Super Bowl Ad Disses Trendy iPhone 5 Waiting Hipsters

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"Woah woah woah, what is that?" In an lackluster lineup for the iPhone 5, trendy hipsters seem to be bored with Apple's next offering. But wait, Samsung has something up their sleeve, it's the Android-powered Galaxy Note.

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Samsung Galaxy Note Confirmed: February Release for AT&T and Rogers

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Now it has been confirmed by both AT&T in the US and Rogers in Canada that the respective carriers will be launching the 5.3-inch Android "phablet" in February.

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AT&T LTE Lineup Includes Samsung Galaxy Note, HTC Titan 2, Nokia Lumia 900 And More

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AT&T is expanding their LTE wireless network and, as expected, has announced the addition of a number of devices into their LTE handset line-up at CES. The devices that will soon be released onto their high-speed network include five new Android handsets, an Android tablet and two Windows Phone smartphones.

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