T-Mobile Posts Follow Up To HTC Amaze 4G, iPhone 4S Camera Fight Featuring The Galaxy S II

Bravo T-Mobile, this is one commercial that should see Super Bowl airplay. I won’t spoil this for you, so just watch the follow up to the HTC Amaze 4G vs iPhone 4S video arcade matchup featuring the Galaxy S II. Fight, fight fight.

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  • Benny

    I found these commercials to be super cheesy and stupid.

    • The Big Daddy Bear

      Kinda like Apple commercials lol. just kidding. At least these commercials have truth behind them , unlike the aforementioned commercials which have been sued many times and fined many times for false advertising and intention misrepresentation of a product. 

      • Dpro

        LOL proof about your supposed lawsuits and fines over commercials. Oh and the commercial is completely immature and lame. Once again T Mobile fail in the marketing by trying to sling arrows and with another dumb commercial.

        I love T Mobile but they really do suck in the marketing department.

        • The Big Daddy Bear

          Every company tries to sling arrows in one way or another. I dont think marketing would work any other way…which is kinda sad. We cant have a society that markets based on a product or service’s merits, but instead we have a society that markets in shady, deceptive, “look at the shiny keys” kind of ways. 

          In competition with other marketing groups, T-Mo does leave a great deal to be desired. I have always cringed a bit, if not a lot, at TMO marketing. They have gotten better, but are still maturing and have a good way to go. 

        • TJ

          Its not about slinging arrows ; its about giving the consumer a reason to switch to Tmobile.  You can do a comparison without being nasty – Humor can work but tell me how much faster my phone will be (4g, 3g doesnt mean a lot to the average person); tell me how much money you will save me (give a price comparison; talk about how you can get texting included; talk about how you won’t be charged extra if you go over your data rate etc); show me a phone and tell me what it can do better than an iPhone…All you got is a big screen?  To many people, thats not a positive based on lots of reviews iVe read.

        • Tbyrne

          It’s really not about which phone is better. It’s about overall experience with the carrier that’s important IMOO!

        • TJ

          I agree.  Their entire marketing, advertising and PR team need to be fired.  Ive worked in the industry for 20 years and keep scratching my head whenever I see what they do – or more importantly what they DONT do.  They need to fire the entire senior marketing staff and hire new outside PR and Advertising Agencies.  We’ve also dealt with some of their PR Folks and not been impressed with how they handle things

      • http://tmonews.com David

        Right, can you show me a lawsuit that had Apple sued for false advertising? Also, check out anandreport which shows pound for pound, iPhone 4S blew away Android phones in terms of performance. #factsareyourfriend

        • The Big Daddy Bear

          Lawsuits dont necessarily coincide with false advertising. Also apple has been sued and had false advertising claims thrown at it many times since 2008. They were claimed for false advertising to the retina display, they were sued about iphones showing flash, they were sued about ios 4, they were sued about the iphone 4. All in false advertising claims not to mention the abundance of lawsuits both public and private that have been done. 

          Of course I cant really go posting a bunch of links, but here are some article headlines

          These are just a few of the things I found. Posted on various sources from big name magazines like wired, to smaller blogs and reports, etc. 

          I dont mean to be overdoing it here, but seriously, claiming apple doesnt false advertise is like claiming that McDonald’s doesnt offer a Big Mac. It was kind of like being called a liar here so I wanted to prove my point. 

          These are only 2009 2010 2011 since you asked for after 2008

          From “WIRED”Apple Video Shows iPad Flash Support, But Don’t Believe ItBy Brian X. Chen     January 29, 2010From “Planet iPhones”Apple Accused of False AdvertisingOn June 12, 2010, in News, by hexakuemionFrom “TMCnet Legal”Apple Sued for False Advertising with iOS 4 ReleaseBy Susan J. Campbell, TMCnet Contributing EditorFrom “Softpedia”August 17th, 2010, 14:03 GMT · By Filip TrutaApple Continues to Falsely Advertise iPad, Law Firm SaysFrom “Mod Gadget”AT&T False Advertising the iPhone 4S as a 4G Capable PhonePosted by Albert on October 22, 2011From “Silvio Tech News”Apple False Advertising iPad/iPod Touch CamerasPosted by Silvio Tech Dec 9thCategory: Silvio Tech NewsFrom “The Verge”Are iCloud photos really everywhere you want them?Posted by Gavro on November 23, 2011 02:03 pmFrom “DareTorant” 2009Apple forced to rename Genius Bar on grounds of false advertisingFrom “TechPlore”Apple legal forces Microsoft to stop falsely advertising MacBook Pro pricePosted on July 16, 2009, 11:01 pm, by Abhijit Kamal.From “TrueSlant”Aug. 14 2009 – 5:49 amApple and AT&T sued for false advertising, lack of MMSFrom “Consumer Advertising Law Blog”January 06, 2010Illinois Court Decides iTunes Must Face the Music

          #factsareyourfriend 

  • Youngt82

    I %100 agree with you Benny smfh poor T-Mobile

  • Youngt82

    Now I really realize T-Mobile are for the teenagers and looks like they are run by children haha

    • The Big Daddy Bear

      you have iPhone on ATT/VZW I assume haha. Actually the majority of customers on Tmobile are middle aged. Just cause something is fun and entertaining doesnt make it for kids or teenagers. Would you prefer they have random and many times general consumer confusing commercials about robots fighting in futuristic situations against what seem to be special agent revolutionaries or have boring and deceptive advertising that confuses you by talking about how awesome they are without ever truly comparing themselves to any other company for real world relevance. (VZW and ATT respectively for those examples)

    • TJ

      don’t really think teens are begging parents for tmobile.  Teens want the hottest, coolest thing.  WHether you guys want to admit it or not, its an iPhone.  Ive got nieces and nephews who are preteens who are begging for iPhones.  Ive got teens in my family with iPhones.  No one is asking for a Tmobile phone.  And if teens is the market, they aren’t usually paying the bill.  Just thought the commercial was lame- didn’t tell me anything new and didn’t give me any specifics.  It was all just nebulous.  Like I said, show me 2 phones with the Tmobile one loading a page faster…Tell the consumer WHY they should choose Tmobile and WHY Tmobile is better — then give them a CALL TO ACTION – like a sale that is easily understood – not the value mumbo jumbo.  Also show them how much they will save – do a head to head comparison…What will the plan cost with ATT or VRZ and what would the same plan cost with TMO….Or tell them that ATTVRZ will charge you if you accidentally go over your data plan but Tmobile won’t.  (That is something important to parents of teens)

  • Nate

    Anybody ekse want that music as a ringtone?

  • RV

    I think the girl is cute…

  • http://www.facebook.com/phathom Peter Dudycz

    I wanted to punch the screen so hard after watching this.

  • Anthonyryan22

    That made me laugh and she’s cute

  • http://www.unscripted360.com Deacon

    lmao win.

  • tman10449

    actually these commercials make sense in targeting a younger market.  Its the youth that drives trends, eventually the soccer moms are forced to follow. 

    • The Big Daddy Bear

      lol. I love to use of soccer moms here. It is true though as TMO has always had a family focus, and when you have kids on your line you tend to be persuaded by what they want lol. 

  • Anonymous

    I liked the first commercial better with the camera battle.  This one was just ok.  Now, if instead of that tornado punch, she did Chun Li’s rapid kick, this would’ve been cooler.

    • The Big Daddy Bear

      Agreed :) Maybe with the stockings and dress instead of the spandex lol

  • Ediblesweet

    This commercial wouldn’t exist if Apple would let T Mobile sell their product. Apple would probably be less hesitant to let T Mobile sell their product if T Mobile actually had coverage, well, decent coverage.
    All the carriers that have iphones have decent coverage.
    So, there you go T Mobile. That is where you should be investing your money.

    Stop spending money on talking crap about something you cant have!

    • Afterburner87

      Tmobile has far superior coverage to AT&T and Apple gave it to them 1st. Face it Apple doesn’t care about Network (VOICE or DATA speed for that matter) they care about # of subscribers.

      • Dpro

        No actually Big daddy Bear is right about Apple going to T Mobile first. I know someone who works for T Mobile and told me first hand that Apple did approach T Mobile first. T Mobile did not want to play ball. Big Mistake on T Mobiles part.
        They may have ushered in Android but they have really blown it in the marketing department and the commercial above like I said earlier is just one more example.

        • http://www.thegadgetgurus.net Vic

          Please. My boy from Cricket told me that Apple went to them first and they told Apple to screw off, that they didn’t need a potentially revolutionary device to be come one of the largest national carriers ever and that they low pricing and subpar service would get them there.

        • Littlesis1774

          T-mobile has proven that was an big mistake. The iphones are selling as hotcakes and over half the cell market consumers uses iphone

        • Tbyrne

          I want T-Mobile to get the iPhone in the near future. Mainly so Littlesis will finally shut her gaping pie hole! She’ll no doubt complain that the phone doesn’t work right on T-Mobiles network. Trust me, she’ll bitch about something.

        • Littlesis1774

          getting the iphone will help T-mobile get customers because lack of variety phones is not helping

    • The Big Daddy Bear

      Actually this is not the case. Apple went to Tmobile BEFORE they went to ATT to try and get TMO to sell the iPhone exclusively in the beginning. However, TMO declined because Apple wanted too much control over things, and TMO was not comfortable with it. ATT however was struggling (I worked for ATT before during and after the iphone launch and knew about its upcoming release before most people) and was more willing to give Apple the control. 

      Personally, I am glad that TMO turned then down, because it allowed them to introduce android to the world. Although many stockholders might think differently. 

      BTW, If you want to know about ATT struggling, just think…..ATT Wireless did not even get permission to be carry the ATT branding under a year or so after they were completed merging from the buyout by ATT because ATT was too scared and too ashamed of them to let them use the name until they proved themselves to ma bell. 

      • Dpro

        Ah excuse me SBC bought ATT not ATT buying Cingular. ATT wireless was bought by SBC. SBC did not do a name change till they also bought ATT land line long distance lines as well. Then they did the name change to AT&T. Because it was a much more popular name. Seriously they are not Ma Bell they are SBC a former Texas Baby Bell that came out of the breakup of the Original AT&T .

        you really should get your facts straight before you start posting. Oh and this is on the web if you doubt me.

        • The Big Daddy Bear

          First off the “ma bell” reference was supposed to be a little joke. As in “ma” meaning mother. 

          Also, the information I get comes not from some random internet source but from internal company information that I was privileged to. 

      • Littlesis1774

        Why are you glad that they turned it down especially since T-mobile is losing costumers over it

      • Anonymous

        If you worked for AT&T it must have been much lower on the food chain man. I worked at Cingular when Apple was in partnership with the Motorola for ROKR with iTunes and it failed horribly. Apple said it had plans for wireless in the future. Cingular was its connection to wireless since day one and in exchange for exclusive partnership Cingular lent Apple wireless engineers and equipment. Apple was new to all this stuff and most the of the knowledge came directly from us AT&T. We got exclusive contract out of it. There was never any other company but Cingular on the table to carry the iPhone from the get-go. I departed with AT&T to run my own business in 2008 after the launch of the iPhone 3G 

  • Ediblesweet

    Stop spending money talking crap on something you cant have!

    • http://www.twitter.com/mrjlwilliams J. Williams

      You mean dont need

      • Tbyrne

        Nor really want! Don’t get me wrong. The iPhone is an amazing phone. I’ve played around with one at an Apple Store and was really impressed with the build quality and smooth functionality it had. However, T-Mobile doesn’t have an iPhone at the moment and I just got the GS2 a few weeks ago. I love my Galaxy S2. Love the huge screen, the speed, samoled view, 1080p video and much more. The iPhone to me is like, outa sight, outs mind. Maybe in the future if we get it in our lineup. Maybe!

        • Anonymous

          You may not need it. But there are over a million people on T-mobile that use it on 2G and would love to have 3G/HSPA+ with it. Also it would help T-mo from losing customers. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/CeeGee-Borela/100000183782060 CeeGee Borela

    im an Android fan/user and not an iPhone/Apple fan but even i think thats a bit on the bitter side

    • Anonymous

      As an iPhone user I don’t find it bitter, they have tons of customers clamoring and leaving for the iPhone/better service and they need to channel the message that they “think” they have better offering to the iPhone to entice people to stay. It will be funny to see them try to promote the next iPhone should they get it, now that the AT&T take over threat is gone they may be up for it. Doubtful since Apple will go LTE with next iPhone and I don’t see LTE plans on the table yet for T-Mo but who knows they could get it eventually. It is funny the iPhone attack ads ended when they were on the verge of becoming AT&T. 

  • Nearmsp

    Commercials aside, I wanted an iPhone but was not prepared to change my wireless company if Apple could not bother to sell it to T-mobile’s 30 million customers. That said, I could not go from 4G to 3G even for a free iPhone. I run a hotspot on the SGS2 and use my iPad2. I get best of both worlds. 

    • DetroitTechnoFan

      How do you make an iphone faster? Tether it to something from T-Mobile!

      • Littlesis1774

        I still don’t know why T-mobile makes these idiotic commercials. I mean the iphone 4s prove that it can work their 3g network. I mean what they are doing is making iphone user to leave their network

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    • Anonymous

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  • Boner4brunettes

    I’d let that chick go a few rounds on my joystick!

  • guest

    I’d have to say this ad is most definitely amusing. Though only if everyone would take it with a grain of salt since it’s an advertisement. 

    Though on that note the apple’s dual core 800 mhz may sound slow, but it loads pages about as fast as the s2 from the tests I’ve seen. Hopefully ICS will solve the issue.

  • PhantomWraith

    and the Sad thing is, Its all TRUE! LMAO go go idiotphones!

  • Dave Macias

    why we don’t see this on TV?? hahaha good commercial!!

  • Anonymous

    And I just got my Galaxy SII yesterday.  This phone is awesome!

  • Guest

    that was totally idiotic and , actually realized this is the Disney channel for 10 and under… I really need to sel any stock I may have in this and the companies making this sh-garbage…….

    • Tbyrne

      Great! You can start by posting elsewhere, sel(l) your stock then move to France.

  • DRO1D

    Hina Abdullah is so hot

  • Guest

    Now they should make an even better video for the Lumia 710, and for the iPhone don’t forget the battery issues and the outdated design.

  • TJ

    Don’t know why Android people hate Apple and people with iPhones so much.  If you don’t want an iPhone, then don’t get one.  Personally didn’t think this commercial was that effective.  Bigger screen?  Lot of folks don’t want a bigger screen – harder to operate with one hand and too big for mens pant pockets.  Make the case about saving money with specifics.  Also give specifics on speed differences between Tmobile 4G and Apple or Verizon 3G…show me what that means to me as a consumer- not some silly game with no call to action.  You need specifics, you need to tell me HOW much faster and HOW much I can save.  Thats why those Value sales are so meaningless to most people versus Amazon knocking $100 off a Nexus or Galaxy phone.

    I have been using a Mac for about six months and an Android (midlevel I admit) for two months.  The Android phone has had nothing but problems after problems.  Google provides no support.  Lots of ongoing issues with Android Market and Google Music.  Everytime I email support, I get a reply back that says ‘we are sorry, we are aware of those issues.”  Today they even sent me a link to a support page that lists all the “issues’ they are having.  One example, their “My Library” history doesnt work for many people past a certain number of pages.  So I have blank pages when I check and have no record of what Ive downloaded.  Google Music has been a mess- problem after problem – I just had to send a screen shot to show them the mess.  And the phone Ive had has not worked smoothly – constantly freezes and Ive had to reset it often.  Very inconvenient.  Sending it in for repair tomorrow.

    So I don’t know.  Practically everyone I know has an iPhone and no one complains.  They all love it.  I don’t know enough to compare Android to iPhone.  I read all the reviews and they’re still confusing.  I just know from reading comments that Android people seem to hate iPhone folks and vice versa.  Don’t know why theres so much vitriol.  There must be something about the iPhone that works that so many people love it.  You can call them stupid – so be it.  At this point, Id be willing to get it just so that I can get some real support from someone who knows the phone and the OS…something Ive found lacking with Google, Samsung and T-mobile.

    • The Big Daddy Bear

      I appreciate your well thought out comment. Although, many of your comments are why android fans have such a problem with apple fans. You says you dont know enough to compare, yet you make numerous comparisons most of which put iphone in a positive light and android in a negative light. 

      • TJ

        There are obviously positive and negatives to each.  And just because something is popular doesnt mean its the best or good for you.  If I put iPhone in a positive light, its because every one I know in the US, UK,& Australia who has an iPhone loves it.  I personally have used an Android and at least in my experience, it hasn’t worked smoothly.  Support has been a nightmare.  At least Apple gives you someone to call or a store to go to.  Samsung, in my case, has not been helpful…and Google has sent me emails confirming all the problems with their Android Market, Google Music and other things…theres even a page they linked me to of ‘known issues with android market.’  plus despite using Lookout Security, I got my email account hacked into a week after using Android.  I may have gotten a bad phone – sending it in for repair…but my experience has not been positive.  I have been using a Mac and had technical problems with that but at least I had someone to call when I did – or someone to take the laptop to and when the people didn’t have an answer, they’d run it up to engineering and call me back.  Ive had none of that experience from Tmobile, Samsung or Google.  Samsung even told me we don’t let customers talk to technicians…and their response for everything has been reset the phone.  

    • Anonymous

      Because most iPhone users tend to be elitist jerks for no reason, so its easy to spit on their shoes simply by pointing out that Android is crushing them in market share. And also because thats what net nerds do, they rage on blogs… why else use the comments section unless you want to flex your nerd muscles and make your fellow nerd angsty.

      • Anonymous

        You act like Android Market share is such an amazing accomplishment. Why? Hand a free OS to hardware partners to make 50 handsets a year and marketshare should be a cake walk. Microsoft can’t compete with that, it is trying, but it doesn’t have enough hardware partners and the ones it does have are lukewarm with support. Nokia is its #1 partner. There will never be a equal number of WP devices to the amount of Android devices saturating the market. RIM will not be able to produce BB10 phones at the rate as Android partners so again, I don’t see Google losing much market share, but I also don’t see it as some grand victory either.

        Also Android only crushes iOS in smartphone market share. Android vs iOS as whole is another story with iOS on top.

      • Anonymous

        The sweet irony is found in the name-calling of “elitist jerks”, which is, itself, elitist.

        It works like this: I had three Android phones personally over the last 4 years, plus a couple others within the family. Decent experiences, but certainly not without problems (don’t even get me started on the Cliq, but that was something which seemed like a good idea at the time).

        I moved both to AT&T and the iPhone 4S. I assure you, I am nobody’s idea of an elitist jerk. My personal experience is that T-mobile’s service in my metro area is superior to AT&T (not at all what I was expecting). In some cases, demonstrably better. I was not expecting that, especially since it was my understanding that AT&T’s 3G band penetrated buildings better than T-mo’s.

        However, from a usability standpoint, the iPhone is superior to any of the Android phones we owned. If you’re someone who wants to root and hot-rod your phone, then you’re clearly going to prefer Android, and God bless you. However, the average smartphone user is NOT in that category anymore–the category has bloomed in the past 18 months to draw in more and more former feature phone users who aren’t tech nerds.

        My experience is that I don’t need to do the frequent battery pulls or hard restarts that we found ourselves doing with the Android phones. The variety of apps is greater and the integration of the iOS ecosystem is superior. We already owned an iPod touch and an iPad, and the seamless way a change to the calendar on the iPad updates on the iPhone, or the way the photos from the phone immediately update on the iPad is remarkable.

        The fundamental difference to me is that Apple has been working a plan in the designing and upgrading of each iteration of iOS, while Google has been wandering all over the place. I owned a Xoom before we bought the iPad, and returned it because the look and feel of Honeycomb was so different from the Gingerbread I was using that it because counterintuitive to use it. Besides, Honeycomb (to me, at least) was just fugly. It was depressing to turn it on and see the Tron blue against the black background. ICS might have resolved that, but I wasn’t going to wait around to find out, since none of our phones qualified to be upgraded to ICS and the Xoom likewise apparently will not receive ICS. I just read that the original Samsung Tabs won’t qualify for an upgrade to ICS, either.

        And that, parenthetically, is why the boast that “Android has more market share” is so meaningless. Market share is defined as units in use, but since Android is a free OS and (in most senses of the term) open, there are all kinds of forks of Android which have nothing to do with the OS that most folks use on their phones. The Kindle Fire is Android, for example, but it is modified to be different from the Android OS used on Nook, which is different from the Android on my old Nexus.

        Increasingly, the purchaser of a smartphone isn’t looking for a new toy to tinker with. He is looking for a device which will function as a phone, and additionally be a reliable and intuitive pocket computer. This is the edge that the iPhone has, since it doesn’t have skins or mods, just on OS to run across a multitude of devices. If you have an iPhone, you can step right into an iPad and use it. Not so with Honeycomb. Additionally, the user wants the device to just work, not be rooted to circumvent all the bloatware and skins and everything else the manufacturer and carrier have placed on the phone to either make it distinctive or make extra bucks off me.

        Apple doesn’t allow the carrier to modify the device. Hell, they don’t even allow the carrier to place its logo on the phone. I know that I won’t have to have an “free trial” of some app I didn’t want in the first place occupying prime storage real estate because I don’t have the ability to delete it without lobotomizing the whole phone.

        So, please, stop with the preadolescent schoolyard name-calling. If you don’t want an iPhone, don’t buy one. If you feel threatened that someone prefers it over your Android device, seek professional mental health care, because your sense of self should not be wrapped up in your choice of a smartphone.

        • Anonymous

          That’s a mighty reply to my 1 sentence statement… Perhaps it is you who needs to seek professional mental health care. In any event, it appears I succeeded at my goal, making a net nerd angsty. I hope you were bright red in the face while you typed all that.

    • pinto

      TJ, you make some valid points, however what phone were you using? your whole android experience is manufacture based. sure there are some phones that have minor bugs, then again the iphone 4 and 4s has its own handful (battery life issues, external antenna issue). my 1g iphone was great minus the fact that the incall speaker and speaker phone was way too quiet. my htc mytouch3g didnt have any issues other than it didnt have the hardware specs to stand on its own with the quickly evolving android market. my samsung vibrant suffered from gps not working at all. my lg g2x every so often gets an apn issue (software), but is easily solved with a reboot.

      i still get a lot of crap when the iphone 4 and 4s came out. omg i now have a dual core processor, notification centre, FFC, etc. however this is all late news as us technology geeks are aware of. and most new owners are boasting about old technology that they have recently acquired. when you try to inform someone that its old technology, most of them cry and complain and boast saying apple did it first.

      i will say that manufactures out there can produce some great phones, hardware wise and software. each one has its pros and cons. its the smug that you get upon apple owners/users that is not desired.

      • TJ

        Samsung exhibit II

        Support from both Samsung and Tmobile has been horrific.  Samsung reps had no clue what they were talking about and consistently provided inaccurate information (thats being kind).  Their Twitter Support team promised they’d contact us 3 weeks ago – we still never have heard from them.  Same with Tmobile where each rep contradicted the previous one, none of them followed through on promises, and they also provided inaccurate information not only about the handset but also about Tmobile’s own policies.  Google also just keeps saying “we know there are problems…but we don’t have a solution” and referred me to their page of Android Market Known Issues.

        • Keith Stevens

          Again Apple wins… You can WALK into a Apple store and get help right in front of you. No bloatware you can’t remove… I got a GSII because of screen size… and tons of crap I can’t take off. not to mention the new sweet carrier IQ revelation with is not on iPhone.

      • Keith Stevens

        “TJ, you make some valid points, however what phone were you using? your whole android experience is manufacture based.” 
        Exactly what Apple means by fragmented. Anyone with a iPhone calls apple support period, or better yet… walks into a Apple store and has them help on the spot. Try that with Android. Not 50 different manufacturers with hundreds of models and no support from the people who actually make the O.S. I didn’t even mention the different skins and U.I. and bloatware that each manufacturer adds to there “Version” of android. iPhone… Zero Bloatware. And 90% of android users complain about them I.E Sense, Touchwiz etc etc… iOS is iOS period. Why? because Apple actually cares about one thing… USER EXPERIENCE and CONSISTENCY.  Not to mention Android and phone manufacturers pissing of numerous people every 3-6 months when Google or the phone manufacturer decide not to upgrade your phone to the newest version. Leaving a bad taste in there mouth because there 8 month old phone won’t get updated. Or some people with the same phone as you getting theirs upgraded while yours on a different carrier does not or takes 6 months longer. Android has NO constancy at all. And this is only HALF of it. I didn’t even go into the same issues with Tablets…Lol. Again iOS on iPad… EXACT same experience as iPhone and again ZERO bloatware!!!

  • T-mobilesucks2012

    The ads are misinforming just like the company itself. If T-mobile did not get a iphone there was a reason for that. T-mobile is not At&t, Verizon or Sprint. It’s belongs in the same category as boost mobile, metro pcs and virgin mobile. If you want to prove me wrong first look at the “deal” T-mobile is offering on a pre-paid plan in comparison to their post paid plans, you will get your answer. This company is headed for failure and no one can stop it. I have been a customer for ten years, so newbies refrain from talking out of your a**.

    • Anonymous

      Hmm I didn’t realize cell phone carriers are categorized by the plans they offer and not by their subscriber base. Going by your parameterizations I guess Verizon and At&t are on top because they know how to charge people up the a**. 

  • Steve L

    It’s amazing to me to see all of you babies on T-Mobile crying about why T-Mobile doesn’t have or need the iPhone.  Get over it.  T-Mobile doesn’t have the iPhone and it sucks to be you.  

    BTW, you have no idea what your talking about when you say “Apple went to T-Mobile first”  Apple never talked to Verizon (as so many think.) and I bet you T-Mobile wasn’t even an after thought when they were looking for a carrier for it’s new phone.  Apple has had Cingular and AT&T before that as it’s main carrier for it’s employees and it was because of that (and that it was GSM) that they worked with AT&T to make it’s launch with the iPhone.  

    • Nest11

      Get over it Mr! , ipoop is going down, the truth speaks for itself. The ipoop its going to die just like its inventor, so sad…

      • Steve L

        “iPoop”?  I don’t think so.  iPhone is out selling everything on every carrier right now.  Just because T-Mo doesn’t have it don’t mean that it’s not doing well. You get over it!

      • http://tmonews.com David

        Yeah, can you tell me the winning lottery numbers too?

      • Littlesis1774

        Seriously how stupid are you? iphone is still outselling every android and windows phones out there. The iphone is the besting selling single device while androids and windows phone still can’t beat it

      • Keith Stevens

        Really? Snort some more T-Mobile Corporate coke buddy. SO the new iPhone 4s on opening weekend was release on all three carriers(AT&T,Sprint and Verizon) and was the fastest and Highest selling device in ALL THREE companies History. And for you to make a crude remark about Steve Jobs says it all. If it wasn’t for him you wouldn’t be looking at your Android phone. Smart phones were crap before the iPhone. Not only has the iPhone pushed the smartphone and tablet and music industry.. It also is the main reason that Cell networks are pushing higher and higher speeds. No smart phone… No High speed networks needed. Not to mention the iPhone 4s is the most efficient Mobile phone on any network. Utilizing the network more efficiently and allowing more network traffic. Meanwhile the only phrase more overused than “iPad Killer” is iPhone Killer”. And back at the ranch iPad still owns 65% of the market 2 years later and iPhone 4s is selling better than any other iPhone ever made. So not sure of your what your definition of “Going Down” is.. but if its selling like Cake at a jenny craig convention…. your absolutely correct. :)

  • Anonymous

    I love the Android v iphone or Windows/osx fights. All these ‘insiders’ are here, all of their fantastic claims of insider knowledge, and the numbers, wow… well if iphone has over half, and android has over half how much is an Orange?? LOL, great reading!!

    • Keith Stevens

      Comparing iPhone to android is getting ridiculous… iPhone is one phone made by one company. Android is fragmented with hundreds of phones by like 50 manufacturers. Its like comparing Chevy to Honda Civic. Compare iPhone to any other 1 phone on the market and it decimates it by 10-1 if not 100-1. You don’t compare all windows machines to just the macbook Air. Android fans ALWAYS do this crap. If your gonna compare do it right. Phone for phone. Not a whole operating system against 1 phone. Iphone also has the exact same user experience for everyone. you don’t get people getting shafted 8 months after buying a smart phone finding out Samsung or t-mobile decided not to upgrade to the new version of android… leaving a bad taste in there mouth. This is what Apple means by fragmented. to many different phones and different skins and U.I.s. Sense, touchwiz etc etc etc… 

      • Anonymous

        You got it buddy, enjoy it…

  • New2droid

    I look at it like this, Samsung is on Apple’s nuts! Every since they came out with that bs phone the Instinct (the so-called IPhone killer) they’ve been riding on their backs and others trying to be what they’re not! Even their commercial is a copy of Apple’s Be Different theme. I look at it like this, every time you come out mentioning their product that’s free advertisement and a compliment from your opponent. Apple’s commercials are about their product & it sells. Even the commercial where people line up to getare the new IPhone is an embarrassment to them because you showing something that people do for Apple that they don’t do for Samsung products. I’m just saying get off of Apple’s seeds & sell your stuff. You look like a lil b doing that Samsung.

    • MacDroid

      are they walnuts or pecans? I’m a cashew man myself but everyone loves a good pistachio.

      • Keith Stevens

        Lmao… I agree with him though. Commercial shows droves of people in line for a iPhone and One single Loser with a GalaxySII. I own a Galaxy SII and the only reason is the screen size. Soon as a 4″ iPhone comes out I am on it like a Fat kid on cake.

        • Keith Stevens

          So yes I am like the single Loser on the bench. Lol

  • Kahlayoh

    1 word: Ownage!!! hahaha…I’m lovin it! :-D

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    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VTSJQ3R3U6FIUCUD5O5YZ3YQWM Winston B

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  • http://www.facebook.com/phathom Peter Dudycz

    T-Mobile has the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4s…. If you buy them unlocked from Apple. Sure you don’t get 3G, but you can make clear calls that don’t drop, like AT&T. You can get a good unlimited plan from simple mobile for around $40 as well (Uses T-Mobile network)

    • Wsd500

      I have both providers and AT&T has way better reception then tmobile. My tmobile phone (g2) would go from 2g to 4g and edge all the time and that rarely happens on AT&T. Tmobile is cheaper but you get what you pay for.

      • MacDroid

        Pics or it didn’t happen.

    • Keith Stevens

      Simple Mobile? Lol… Best phone on the market with worst service. Like buying a Bentley and not being able to afford gas… 

  • IKnowbutyoudontknowthatIdo

    Yeah, right Dave.

    let us know when you sell your iPhone!

  • IKnowbutyoudontknowthatIdo

    THis has got to be the lamest POS i have ever seen. Best summarized by my eleven year old son…Dad, when can I get an iPhone!

    LOL

    Wish my G2 would work….

    • MacDroid

      Because your 11 year old is obviously not taken in by fads and can distinguish the better smartphone given his vast knowledge in the subject matter.

  • Mark

    Forgetting about the iPhone for a minute, can anyone give me a quick summary of the differences between the Amaze, the Galaxy S2, and the Sensation?  It’s going to be upgrade time for me soon and I’m trying to decide which way to go.  Ice Cream Sandwich is a plus.

    • Kahlayoh

      I can talk for the Samsung Galaxy S2 cause I own one…and I love it. The first thing I loved was the big screen. I have big thumbs so the screen was a plus especially when I text..LOL. Performance to me is good. Launcher isn’t the greatest in my opinion so I use SPB Shell 3D which I’ve like so far. The phone has a great feel when I’m holding and is very light compared to most phones that are smaller. Hope this helps….just go to your local tmobile store and play with a few and see which one catches your attention

      • Mark

        Thanks!

    • Keith Stevens

      None of those phones have Ice cream Sandwich… Sorry.

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    • MacDroid

      Did Siri translate your post for you into english?

    • Kahlayoh

      Iphone is a great phone no doubt. But for my prefrence, I love my Samsung GS2 and prefer it over Iphone! I know a lot of guys from work who are on the edge of giving up their iphones to switch over to Android phones.

  • doobdoob

    iphone is not even 4G.. nuff said..

    • Alandicho

      in reality, tmo is not 4g.  if you call HSPA+ a 4G, then Iphone 4S is 4G because it is a HSPA+ phone.

      • Guest

        the iphone is not HSPA+.

        • Keith Stevens

          um read a book…. yes it is. 

  • Tomnewtn

    why would I want to buy or upgrade to a Carrier IQ infected phone from TMobile? At least my G2X performs perfectly.

    • Kahlayoh

      So does my Samsung Gs2!!! 

  • Kahlayoh

    Isn’t it what competitors do? I’m sure Tmobile wants the iphone, and maybe one day get it but until then…they are competition. And it isn’t Tmobile vs Apple, it’s phone vs phone. 

  • Kahlayoh

    Has anyone seen the Siri arguement by collegehumor on youtube? Hillarious..LMFAO!

    • Kahlayoh
  • Anonymous

    that was funny 

  • Keith Stevens

    It was a epic failure because the Rokr was a epic failure. It was this relationship that made Apple realize that to get there iTunes format out into the mobile world that it would be associated with whatever device it was on and so would there reputation. So this pushed them to move forward with there own device because like everything else they make they wanted to control quality from end to end and not let someone else meddle with the product. 

  • Anonymous

    This used to be such a nice place to ‘Disqus’ T-Mobile with its customers!, about a lot, and reading Davids posts and input. Stories, Tech, & TMo. 
    Seems that after the merger deal was announced I saw an instant trend toward snippy comments and posts. I’m not pointing a single finger out, it’s an observation I have made. Kids are seriously stressed on the playground.

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