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Pre-order will only be black and brown, white will be available at national launch
No UMA, wifi is available.
Push gmail, pull email, html client, NO corporate email access as of right now
Pre-order available today, National launch of October 22nd
Customers in 3G areas may purchase a retail location, customers in 2G areas may demo a phone at a retail location and then purchase phone online
Data plans are $25 dollars, 400 messages/unlimited web—-$35 unlimited both
6 MILLION songs available from Amazon’s MP3 store, 89 cents each
T-Mobile G1 supports many location-based applications, including:
A-GPS & Google Maps: With built-in A-GPS (Assisted GPS), customers can
use Google Maps to navigate and change routes in real time. You can
navigate or pan in any direction in Google Maps with the flick of your
Google Maps StreetView: T-Mobile G1 also comes equipped with
StreetView, a feature of Google Maps, that gives users panoramic
360-degree street-level imagery for various locations. StreetView will
be available for the first time on a mobile device with T-Mobile G1.
By viewing StreetView images alongside directions, drivers or
pedestrians have visual context for intersections and action points
along their route, enabling them to be aware of landmarks and other
factors such as tolls, speed limits, size of the road, and the
availability of parking at their destination.
A Compass: The device also includes a built-in compass and
accelerometer which allows you to pan left or right, up and down, just
by my moving the device. StreetView syncs with the built-in compass on
your device and allows you to view locations, navigate clearly and
find your way from right where you’re standing. Or, take a tour of a
far-away place as if you were at a spot on the street corner without
leaving your location. You can explore the world without taking a
Check the link: http://www.htc.com/www/product/g1/overview.html
This is sure to rile a few feathers: I noticed the following T&C paragraph at the bottom of the page, past all of the pretty pictures:
Subject to credit approval; two-year service agreement, qualifying rate plan and data plan required. Plus taxes and fees. Other upfront and monthly taxes and fees may apply, including an $18 device upgrade fee. Data: If your total data usage in any billing cycle is more than 1GB, your data throughput for the remainder of that cycle may be reduced to 50 kbps or less. Your data session, plan, or service may be suspended, terminated, or restricted for significant roaming or if you use your service in a way that interferes with our network or ability to provide quality service to other users. Some devices require specific data plans; if you do not have the right plan for your device, you may not be able to use data services. Some downloads, such as movies, music, and games, not included. Domestic use only. If you access the T-Mobile HotSpot network, your use is subject to the T-Mobile HotSpot Terms and Conditions, available at hotspot.t-mobile.com. See pricing, services, and devices brochures and T-Mobile’s Terms and Conditions (including arbitration provisions) at T-Mobile.com, for rate plan information, charges for features/services, and restrictions and details.