Samsung Galaxy S 4G Sign Up Page Now Online

If you are a frequent visitor to this site you know that these notification pages pop up for almost every anticipated new device. It’s nice to see T-Mobile being proactive in attempting to provide you with updates regarding the launch of this phone. Of course, we’re pretty confident we’ve already hit the nail on the head for a February 23rd launch with this device and since we have specs and pics checked off, the only things left are price and name. Honestly, is this the Galaxy S 4G or the Vibrant 4G, or maybe it’s the Vibrant Plus?

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  • Picabodaddy

    I’m so unhappy with the lack of 2.2 on my galaxy s. I know this has it, but is that what I will have to do, a new phone every year to get an update, when friends have had 2.2 on the old droid for half a year. It makes the “best phone I have ever owned” to “a really good phone”. I love the phone, but HTC makes great phones as well, with 2.3!

    • Anonymous

      The Vibrant has 2.2

    • Richfalu

      galaxy-s has 2.2 , you have to download samsung kies mini to get it

    • Really, no 4g

      I have 32 at work that I manage(Sprint) and the fact that Samsung can’t release 2.2 OTA but HTC could for the EVO is curious. I have recommended we stay clear of Samsung units until they work the OS issues out.

    • Aerofanbig

      Why do people find it so strange that you might have to buy new models for certain upgrades? If Kenmore made a 50% more efficient washing machine next year…you’re not getting a free upgrade. If Sony makes a 2″ bigger screened TV with extra gizmos in 4 months, you’re not getting a free upgrade. If Chevy puts a bigger engine in the Corvette next week, you’re not getting a free upgrade. Computers are outdated within minutes of their release lol but yet its ONLY the mobile world that thinks we are all entitled to free upgrades and better phones or we have a fundamental right to anything. Its the electronics world, 2-3 new generations of products are already in the works for release before the current one is even released, accept it and live with it. Or, don’t buy a cell phone!

      • Guest

        Software and hardware are 2 different things. At least support the phone for a while before users get turned out into the wind. Heck, even Microsoft supports their current and last release with software updates.

        What we need to know is if phone manufacturers are going to treat them as just a piece of hardware or software or something that has both. And then set a standard for what will or won’t be supported. Then at least we know what we are getting when we buy something. Getting a phone and hearing you might get an upgrade and not or not thinking you will get an upgrade and then getting one are what makes so many people dissatisfied. Just tell us up front how long we will be supported and then we know.

  • Tony0809

    I was not able to get the sign up page for Vibrant 4G, logged on to my account, research and does not come up, So I do not know where this page is ?

  • Train Rider

    Any sign up page for updates on their 42 Mbps HSPA+ webConnect service? In particular, possible plan changes like more than a 5 GB cap and/or faster than 0.05 Mbps throttled speed. I have T-Mobile’s webConnect mobile broadband service and I use it for internet access on the train to and from work. While I do sometimes use it for work, I mostly use it to pass time while on the train so I stream movies and TV shows on my laptop. Of course, doing that will eat up my 5 GB pretty fast and then I get throttled down to 0.05 Mbps which makes it impractical use so I’m pretty much stuck with nothing to do during my train ride until my next billing cycle.

    • Nuron

      If usage limit is more important for you then you could check out Verizon’s new 3G/4G mobile broadband plans. It’s $50 for 5 GB or $80 for 10 GB with $10 per GB after on each of the plans.

      If you have WiMAX, Clear/Sprint has unlimited 4G and 5 GB of 3G for $55 (Clear) or $60 (Sprint). Clear also has an unlimited 4G only plan for $45. Note, however, in some areas that had WiMAX for a while now may be oversubscribed and speeds will drop during peak times.

      I actually have switched to Verizon’s mobile broadband service from T-Mobile’s since I need more than 5 GB of bandwidth at usable speeds. I still have phone service through T-Mobile though.

      • Train Rider

        Wow, that was fast! I’m waiting for my next billing cycle (next week) right now since I’ve hit my 5 GB. Since I’m not actually using my laptop stick right now anyway, I’m going to go cancel my webConnect plan (no contract) and go with Verizon’s $50 5 GB with $10 per GB after plan when I head out today. Thanks!

        • Jon Po

          Tmobile is a phone company for women and children, definitely not a mans network. Get rid of that god awful color too! Magenta, REALLY!

        • Jon Po

          Tmobile is a phone company for women and children, definitely not a mans network. Get rid of that god awful color too! Magenta, REALLY!

        • http://tmonews.com David

          How about you not use a fake email address and stop worrying about the color of choice for the mobile network. I didn’t know the color affected price, service or what time the sun rises. Get a life and stop harassing the comments.

        • http://tmonews.com David

          How about you not use a fake email address and stop worrying about the color of choice for the mobile network. I didn’t know the color affected price, service or what time the sun rises. Get a life and stop harassing the comments.

      • tmo to verizon

        Thanks! I switched to Verizon’s mobile broadband. If T-Mobile gave me an option to buy more data, I would have stayed. The 0.05 Mbos throttled speed is too slow for me to get things done fast enough.

  • Jon Po

    The moderator for this site is a FUCKING DOUCHE BAG!

  • Jon Po

    OH, and Tmobile is for FAGs!

  • Really, no 4g

    Next time I buy for the fleet, it will be HTC or Blackberry. Hell, most corporate users in the age range I support do nothing at whine about the android device battery life and really never avail themselves of the app store. But if Samsung is gonna sell the pretty screen and then ignore the device, they will lose market share down the road.

  • Really, no 4g

    Next time I buy for the fleet, it will be HTC or Blackberry. Hell, most corporate users in the age range I support do nothing at whine about the android device battery life and really never avail themselves of the app store. But if Samsung is gonna sell the pretty screen and then ignore the device, they will lose market share down the road.

  • Anonymous

    the optimus 2x kills this galaxy 4g

  • Jon Po

    4G or not most places only get about 5 mbps, all this 4G crap is just that CRAP. No one person or state in this country has gotten up to at least 10mbps yet they are advertising 21mbps. YEAH RIGHT! Tmobile is more full of crap than Samsung is.

    • Aerofanbig

      They haven’t launched the 21mbps network yet…so of course no one will run that speed lol. Check the forums, people have posted screen shots of 10mbps and a little faster

    • Aerofanbig

      They haven’t launched the 21mbps network yet…so of course no one will run that speed lol. Check the forums, people have posted screen shots of 10mbps and a little faster

  • Anonymous

    This is for the intelligent people in here, who can post comments more substantive than rude variations of the Samsung name.

    I for one am excited to see what Samsung talks about at this year’s MWC:

    http://www.samsungunpacked.com/#

    http://www.samsungunpacked.com/

    • http://twitter.com/stevegowski Steve Pstragowski

      cool vids, looks like the galaxy s 2 we all heard about last month…4.3 dual core with NFC running stock gingerbread. I dont think it will be released in the US until possibly Q4

      • Anonymous

        Yeah, Samsung really does marketing right. With the kind of cash it has I would expect no less. They can afford to hire the most talented marketing people on the planet.

        Will be interesting to see what specifically is mentioned at MWC. It’s definitely the Galaxy S 2 and the Galaxy Tab 2, but I want to see the final specs on the products announced.

        On distribution, Samsung wants to sell 60 million handsets this year. It also wants to take over the #1 spot on being the world’s largest manufacturer of mobile handsets.

        Those kinds of goals can only be achieved by doing what Samsung did with the Samsung Galaxy S last year, make the handsets available to all carriers. Don’t give anyone the exclusive (everyone in the industry has seen what can happen when you give a carrier the exclusive, see Apple, iPhone and AT&T).

        The Samsung Galaxy S was an industry success because it was available worldwide in one form or another.

        An argument against slow distribution to T-Mobile would be that Samsung needs to get a dual-core premium handset on the market ASAP, so it can sell as many as possible toward meeting that 60 million goal.

        So while Samsung does not need to worry about it (with $175 billion in annual revenues, $10++ billion in quarterly profits Samsung can do anything it wants) what keeps company execs motivated is setting outrageous (but still attainable) goals and setting about meeting them. Otherwise things are kind of boring at the top.

        Oh, the the Tab 2 being announced at MWC, that will no doubt have Honeycomb on it. I predict it will also have a larger display, yet be lighter than the Tab. It will also mimic a netbook in terms of storage, connectivity and functionality. In other words, it will have lots of ports and different ways to connect to the net.

        The Tab 2 will kill sales of the Tab, especially since word is out that it’s not that great with Android OS running it, an OS meant for phones not tablets.

      • Anonymous

        Yeah, Samsung really does marketing right. With the kind of cash it has I would expect no less. They can afford to hire the most talented marketing people on the planet.

        Will be interesting to see what specifically is mentioned at MWC. It’s definitely the Galaxy S 2 and the Galaxy Tab 2, but I want to see the final specs on the products announced.

        On distribution, Samsung wants to sell 60 million handsets this year. It also wants to take over the #1 spot on being the world’s largest manufacturer of mobile handsets.

        Those kinds of goals can only be achieved by doing what Samsung did with the Samsung Galaxy S last year, make the handsets available to all carriers. Don’t give anyone the exclusive (everyone in the industry has seen what can happen when you give a carrier the exclusive, see Apple, iPhone and AT&T).

        The Samsung Galaxy S was an industry success because it was available worldwide in one form or another.

        An argument against slow distribution to T-Mobile would be that Samsung needs to get a dual-core premium handset on the market ASAP, so it can sell as many as possible toward meeting that 60 million goal.

        So while Samsung does not need to worry about it (with $175 billion in annual revenues, $10++ billion in quarterly profits Samsung can do anything it wants) what keeps company execs motivated is setting outrageous (but still attainable) goals and setting about meeting them. Otherwise things are kind of boring at the top.

        Oh, the the Tab 2 being announced at MWC, that will no doubt have Honeycomb on it. I predict it will also have a larger display, yet be lighter than the Tab. It will also mimic a netbook in terms of storage, connectivity and functionality. In other words, it will have lots of ports and different ways to connect to the net.

        The Tab 2 will kill sales of the Tab, especially since word is out that it’s not that great with Android OS running it, an OS meant for phones not tablets.

      • Anonymous

        Yeah, Samsung really does marketing right. With the kind of cash it has I would expect no less. They can afford to hire the most talented marketing people on the planet.

        Will be interesting to see what specifically is mentioned at MWC. It’s definitely the Galaxy S 2 and the Galaxy Tab 2, but I want to see the final specs on the products announced.

        On distribution, Samsung wants to sell 60 million handsets this year. It also wants to take over the #1 spot on being the world’s largest manufacturer of mobile handsets.

        Those kinds of goals can only be achieved by doing what Samsung did with the Samsung Galaxy S last year, make the handsets available to all carriers. Don’t give anyone the exclusive (everyone in the industry has seen what can happen when you give a carrier the exclusive, see Apple, iPhone and AT&T).

        The Samsung Galaxy S was an industry success because it was available worldwide in one form or another.

        An argument against slow distribution to T-Mobile would be that Samsung needs to get a dual-core premium handset on the market ASAP, so it can sell as many as possible toward meeting that 60 million goal.

        So while Samsung does not need to worry about it (with $175 billion in annual revenues, $10++ billion in quarterly profits Samsung can do anything it wants) what keeps company execs motivated is setting outrageous (but still attainable) goals and setting about meeting them. Otherwise things are kind of boring at the top.

        Oh, the the Tab 2 being announced at MWC, that will no doubt have Honeycomb on it. I predict it will also have a larger display, yet be lighter than the Tab. It will also mimic a netbook in terms of storage, connectivity and functionality. In other words, it will have lots of ports and different ways to connect to the net.

        The Tab 2 will kill sales of the Tab, especially since word is out that it’s not that great with Android OS running it, an OS meant for phones not tablets.

  • Anonymous

    internal memory??