Blockbuster may have had its share of trouble here in the States, but that doesn’t mean its British brother isn’t doing well enough to have (and leak) a big-shot release date or two. According to a flyer brandishing the Blockbuster logo and that good ‘ol co.uk extension, the PlayStation Vita will land in the United Kingdom on October 28th. That’s ominously close to Halloween — not that we’re suggesting anybody is having pre-holiday PSV boot-shakes, or anything — and the flyer’s fall release prediction squares up nicely with Sony’s “end of 2011″ launch window. As always, we suggest taking rumors and leaks such as this with a grain of salt — but considering Sony’s sinkable record regarding loose lips, we’d understand a low sodium approach. Hit the break to get a peek at the Blockbuster UK flyer — ready and waiting for your judgement.
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Question by ruslan: Do I have to pay T-Mobile internet if I get a Samsung Galaxy? Do i have to pay T Mobile for internet If i get a Samsung Galaxy? I am only going to be using WiFi spots. I am going to get the phone online from an online vendor not from T-Mobile store. Someone told me that you have to pay for the internet whether or not if you want to have it or not. I am not sure if this is true.
Answer by NathanYes this is true- it’s the same for any cell carrier.
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