I ALMOST forgot to get these leaked press shots up of the upcoming T-Mobile MiFi hotspot posted but here they are! There isn’t much else to learn here other than our hope that these are dropping soon. Still, if you’ve been wondering what one of the first T-Mobile MiFi hotspots is going to look like, if that’s been keeping you up at night then take a look at the gallery below!
We had some pretty good indications that T-Mobile would be unveiling some revamped webConnect data plans today and they have gone and done just that. As we checked out T-Mobile.com this morning we found that the 10 GB plan priced at $84.99 is very much real and ready for your consumption. There were no other surprises as expected and we’re thrilled to see the arrival of a higher than 5 GB data … [read full article]
As expected, the next iteration of the T-Mobile Jet, version 2.0 4G is ready to launch March 23rd. Considered ready for the “busy, value-conscious consumer” the Jet 2.0 will give 4G capability with theoretical speeds up to HSPA+ 21Mbps. Value conscious, 4G capable and with a memory card slot, what more could you ask for?
Just days after we grabbed a screenshot of the upcoming changes to the webConnect price points, T-Mobile has gone and done a little revamping. Unfortunately, the changes aren’t for the better as the higher end 10 GB plan moves up from $79.99 to $84.99 prior to the 20% discount if grouped with a voice plan. We’re a little disappointed by this change and can’t for the life of us understand the … [read full article]
Our report that T-Mobile was preparing to introduce and change their existing data plans were met with both excitement and skepticism. Well, we’re excited to introduce, or more appropriately share thanks to one of our ninjas a screen grab showing upcoming webConnect plans that will launch March 13th. Along with the introduction of the new webConnect plans T-Mobile will also introduce system changes that will allow voice and data plans to be … [read full article]
Thanks to Mr. Blurrycam himself we’ve just received the above image from a trusted ninja showing off what we believe is a hint toward revamped data plans later this year. While the wireless industry as of late has been leery of allowing unlimited data usage, T-Mobile will have to carefully evaluate data offerings as they prepare to launched devices capable of faster and faster speeds. Without a doubt there must be a balance … [read full article]
With data all the rage these days we can understand the need for the wireless carriers to focus on software update for data sticks as well as phones themselves. Given that, T-mobile is dropping a firmware update for webConnect tomorrow that will bring stronger connectivity and a replaced network indicator symbol. Nothing earth shattering here but it’s always welcome to see improvements and enhancements that provide better service. Plus a “4G” network … [read full article]
Deutsche Telekom, our T-Mobile mothership announced out of Mobile World Congress today plans to roll out a mobile payment system using NFC technology in 2011-2012. Following up on its joint venture with Verizon and AT&T announced last November, T-Mobile will use ISIS mobile payment systems in a number of devices later this year and into next year. While this announcement in and of itself is interesting, what was even … [read full article]
T-Mobile is definitely looking to boost its 4G data stick offerings presumably with a resurgence in efforts to capture some of the business 2 business space. Between the two images we’ve acquired we can see that T-Mobile is prepping to launch a replacement of the current T-Mobile Jet, which currently offers HSPA+ speeds of 21Mbps. Codenamed “Kitty Hawk,” we’ll be seeing this drop sometime in March 2011. The “Washington,” which will be T-Mobile’s … [read full article]
While I admit the lack of detail surrounding this number is a bit frustrating, 25 plus HSPA+ devices coming in 2011 at least leaves plenty to the imagination. This number is a combination of data and phone devices which comes very close to our own assumed number of 24, though our information was specific to data devices. Even so, 25 plus devices with at least some of them running on the … [read full article]