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Unlimited Wi-Fi Calling Delayed, New Arrival Date Unknown

Some sad news for those of you eagerly awaiting the arrival of T-Mobile’s newest Wi-Fi calling promotion. Early expectations were for a systemwide launch May 11th launch as our leaked internal shot indicated. Unfortunately we’re just receiving word of a delay. T-Mobile hasn’t given a new date as to when this service will arrive but we’re hoping it won’t be long! Stay tuned for more details! Delayed Launch of Free Wi-Fi Calling … [read full article]

T-Mobile Picks Up “SnapPad” Trademark, New Tablet Incoming?

The US Patent and Trademark Office has often been a source of upcoming T-Mobile secret codenames and with the recent discovery of the “SnapPad” trademark we’re asking more questions. The trademark itself is meant for tablet computers along with T-Mobile picking up a number of domain names like T-MobileSnapPad.com and .net. We should note that it was back in December of 2010 that T-Mobile trademarked the “G-Slate” name which we … [read full article]

Andy Rubin Hints Toward Another Nexus Phone Arrival

During todays Google I/O conference Android head Andy Rubin sat down with the press and took a question about the future of Google’s Nexus brand series of devices. The question referred to Google’s efforts to work with carriers and OEM’s to push updates to Android devices faster and more efficiently and what this meant for the Nexus series? “I think the Nexus has been the thing we use to set the … [read full article]

T-Mobile Says “Switch To Us, Get $125 Visa Gift Card.”

Boom, T-Mobile brings in a big surprise today with a $125 prepaid Visa debit card for switching to T-Mobile! If you sign up and choose the Even More Unlimited Talk Plan for $79.99 you qualify! During the checkout process just select the option to port your number  and head over to www.tmobilerebates.com and use the promo code SWITCH2TMO and get that $125 gift card! So there you have it, switch … [read full article]

T-Mobile Partners With Google, Android Updates For 18 Months

T-Mobile has partnered with Google in order to work toward a world where Android devices will receive platform updates for 18 months after a device launches. The only “catch” is that the hardware has to allow the update. I hope this doesn’t mean a phone can receive a 12 months update since it falls within that 18 month windows. This sounds great, but we’ll have to see a breakdown of the rules … [read full article]

Price Changes Taking Effect Tomorrow

Beginning tomorrow May 11th, T-Mobile is dropping some prices with the T-Mobile G2, Nokia Astound and T-Mobile myTouch 3G Slide all receiving price breaks. The T-Mobile G2 is dropping from $249.99 before rebate to $199.99 before a $50 mail in rebate. The Nokia Astound will drop to a net-cost of $49.99 after a $50 mail in rebate. Last but not least is the T-Mobile myTouch 3G Slide (which is currently … [read full article]

T-Mobile Adds New Name ID and Voicemail To Text

T-Mobile will begin offering two new features in order to enhance customers existing voice service capabilities on May 22nd. Name ID, previously known as Caller Name will benefit customers by providing them with the name, number, city and state of unblocked callers not already in their existing contact directory. Voicemail to Text is exactly what it sounds like, the latest upgrade to the existing visual voicemail service. For select devices customers will receive … [read full article]

T-Mobile Bringing Unlimited Wi-Fi Calling Back

Beginning May 11th, T-Mobile will add a new feature that will allow Wi-Fi calling capable devices to make and receive phone calls WITHOUT using in-plan minutes. Hallelujah!!!! Qualifying customers with Wi-Fi calling capable devices will receive a text message in the coming days alerting them to this feature directing them to T-Mobile.com to add the feature. Customer care will also aid in the addition of this feature to a customers account. The … [read full article]

T-Mobile And HTC Tease G2 Gingerbread

There has been plenty of talk about the T-Mobile G2 receiving Gingerbread, most of it unofficial. Early April saw a report courtesy of ComputerWorld that the G2 would definitely receive Gingerbread sometime over the “Summer.” Well we just received a ninja shot of a flyer being sent out to T-Mobile employees indicating that the G2 is absolutely positively receiving Gingerbread and this will certainly put to rest any argument saying otherwise. … [read full article]

Premium Handset Protection Prices Rising June 15th

Starting June 15, 2011 T-Mobile Asurion users will find some changes to their Premium Handset Protection plan and pricing. The current $5.99 plan increases to $7.99. The increase in price also brings a $5.00 processing fee wit shipping times reduced from three business days to next business day. The current plan will cover one standard earpiece with the insurance replacement however the new $7.99 plan will only cover one standard battery, charger and … [read full article]

Sprint Says Competition Is “American,” AT&T Says Whatever, We Rule

Sprint is really pulling out the punches in their effort to stop the proposed AT&T merger ahead of next weeks Senate hearing. Sprint’s hopes to derail the battle took to the front lines today with a print ad running in a number of newspapers and journals around the country. In just 24 lines of text  laid out in an almost poetic like form Sprint makes no mention of T-Mobile or AT&T for … [read full article]