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T-Mobile Expands HSPA+ Network To 10 Additional Cities

Once again T-Mobile is asserting the “business as usual” approach by announcing the expansion of their HSPA+ footprint to 10 additional cities across the US. Residents of Ames, Iowa; Anderson, Indiana; Battle Creek, Benton Harbor and Jackson, Michigan; Fort Collins-Loveland, Colorado; Lawrence and Manhattan, Kansas; Springfield, Illinois and Wichita Falls, Texas are now enjoying being apart of America’s largest 4G network. Of course now that you are apart of America’s largest 4G … [read full article]

(Updated) T-Mobile Releasing Unlimited Promo Plan April 13th?

Update: There is a catch to this plan regarding data usage, after the first 2 GB’s of data speeds are throttled till the bill cycle resets. Check out the image below for more detail! Rumors of an unlimited $79.99 unlimited plan first surfaced back in the middle of February and was then delayed for unknown reasons. Well it’s been delayed no more as the $79.99 “Truly Unlimited Data + Talk + … [read full article]

T-Mobile G2X Retail Packaging Surfaces

While we’re still in the dark regarding the price and release date of the upcoming T-Mobile G2X, the phone itself is already an open box. Pun intended of course as we just received a quick snapshot of the upcoming retail packaging for the G2X. While we’re still running with an April 20th rumored release date, the notion that retail packaging is already in the wild lends credence to a launch any … [read full article]

FCC Commissioner Michael Copps “Not Pleased” With Proposed AT&T/T-Mobile Deal

FCC Commissioner Michael Copps confirmed to C-SPAN during an interview that he isn’t happy about the proposed acquisition of T-Mobile by AT&T. Copps is concerned about the “amount of power and influence the merged company would hold, given that two companies would virtually control the wireless landscape.” In Copps own opinion, the deal will prove more difficult to approve than the Comcast-NBC Universal which he voted against but was ultimately approved. Copps … [read full article]

Best Buy Incorrectly Labels Original myTouch As myTouch 4G

Someone at Best Buy made an “oopsy daisy” by using the wrong picture for their latest mobile magazine with the T-Mobile myTouch 4G on the cover. Except it’s not the myTouch 4G, it’s the original myTouch and oh how different those two devices are. I suppose in any event anyone coming into a Best Buy store looking for that device would be pleasantly surprised to see its replacement. P.S. Not an … [read full article]

So What Will A T-Mobile / AT&T Network Look Like?

Let’s put aside rumors of AT&T having to divest parts of the T-Mobile network in order to receive FCC and DOJ approval as we look at what the two conjoined networks could look like. Fierce Mobile acquired some images courtesy of American Roamer, an “independent source of wireless carrier network coverage and spectrum information” has gone and done just that. In this block of pretty pictures of the US wireless … [read full article]

HTC Pyramid Reappears In The Wild, Still No Word From T-Mobile

We’re still waiting for T-Mobile to give the official nod to the upcoming HTC Pyramid, until then we’ll continue to make do with the leaked shots. This time we’re seeing more of the Pyramid in the wild courtesy of XDA-Developers.com. As it stands, the specs acquired by the individual (s) over at XDA differ from our own. The XDA post states the Pyramid will come with a 960 x 540 qHD … [read full article]

T-Mobile Posts Three New Sidekick 4G Videos

Not to be forgotten in the midst of AT&T news is the rollout of brand new handsets including the Sidekick 4G. With the hopes of building a little more excitement for the re-launch of the Sidekick brand T-Mobile has posted three more videos to their YouTube channel showing off Messaging, Movies and Music and Google services. I’d have to say one of the most exciting aspects of the Sidekick 4G is the group text feature … [read full article]

AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson Says T-Mobile Merger Immediately Improves Reliability

Speaking to the Council on Foreign Relations Randall Stephenson, CEO of AT&T reiterated that the proposed AT&T/T-Mobile deal would not create a “duopoly” as most customers have five or more mobile choices and that costs would decline further as mobile broadband traffic grows. Someone needs to tell me where Randall Stephenson gets his fairy magic. His belief is that the overnight addition of T-Mobile to the AT&T portfolio is going to “immediately … [read full article]