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T-Mobile Tweets “Stay Tuned Next Week” For HD2 Info

It’s not often T-Mobile tweets about an upcoming device but this time they are doing a little teaser for HD2 fans everywhere. “Think you know the HTC HD2? Guess again…Stay tuned for more next week.” Now, after analyzing this a little (translation, reading it twice) I honestly don’t think we are going to see a launch next week as the rumored March 24th date seems to line up with a “Spring” launch. However unlikely, it would … [read full article]

Nexus One 3G Woes, Part 315

This problem just won’t go away.  Even after the latest OTA update, the Nexus One is still having 3G problems.  As you will see in the video above, 3G connectivity changes dramatically just by how the phone is being held.  Now, if you ask me, this certainly doesn’t sound like a T-Mobile 3G problem.  Also, I’m not one to point fingers at a certain Chrome and Buzz-ing company, especially since they have so much power … [read full article]

Lexington, KY Goes 3G

Well it has certainly been a while since we’ve seen or heard anything surrounding 3G launches for T-Mobile. Our attention has been focused on HSPA and HSPA+ services that we have all but lost sight that not everyone has received 3G service. Lexington, Kentucky is the first 3G launch is the first 3G launch in two months and we know that plenty of areas are still left. However, HSPA and HSPA+ still dominate our desires … [read full article]

Garmin A50 Revealed, Still Supposed To Come To Magenta

Let me just be honest here, I want to be excited about this, I was hoping to be excited about this but I’m not. The last Garmin phone to enter the US market met less than favorable reviews. Check that, the reviews were downright nasty. We’ve been waiting for some more info on this phone since its FCC debut back in early January. That being said, while the phone itself looks … [read full article]

MyTouch LE Fender Sells, 17,250 Worth


Well as it turns out, the MyTouch Fender is fairly popular, to the tune of 17,250 units sold since its release three weeks ago. While it’s a special edition, translation “limited edition” T-Mobile has decided that a second round of orders for the device is necessary and come April, they’ll be stocked and ready. In fact T-Mobile is planning on using some nifty database work to see that stores that have individuals waiting for the … [read full article]

T-Mobile Launches Voice Plus Beta


You know about that potential G1 update we told you about on Monday? Well its time now. T-Mobile needs your help!  T-Mobile has now launched the software trial program for G1 owners called “Voice Plus Beta”. All the details after the jump! This program is on a first come first serve basis, so get it while you can! T-Mobile UPDATE: T-Mobile claims that it doesn’t have a firm date for when the beta program … [read full article]

T-Mobile Announces Partnership With Swype

What almost assuredly amounts to no coincidence gives way to T-Mobile and Swype  announcnig a partnership. This comes on the very same day the first Swype capable phones launches, the MyTouch 1.2. As expected, the release states that the HTC HD2 will also see integration with the Swype platform along with a number of touchscreen devices down the road, aka “future” devices. “T-Mobile has always been on the forefront of introducing … [read full article]

MyTouch 1.2 Pricing Confirmation

Okay so we’re literally hours away from the myTouch 1.2 (myTouch 3G w/3.5mm jack) availability on T-Mobile’s site, although you could head down to your local T-Mobile retail store and pick it up right now. Above you will see the pricing of the myTouch 1.2. As stated previously, the handset is set to launch today, February 10th, and will be available for $149.99 with a 2 year contract or $249.99 with a 1 year … [read full article]

T-Mobile Removes EMP Migration Fee

Update: Apparently “eligible” means out of contract, so those still in contract obviously can’t migrate until finished. That makes sense. Loyal customers, T-Mobile hasn’t forgotten about thee. Starting February 15th “eligible” customers will be able to migrate to an Even More Plus plan without being charged that lovely $35 fee that was enacted last October. Nothing much else to see here, other than the fact that T-Mobile knows loyal customers deserve something and that … [read full article]

Wherefore Art Thou UMA?

It is not unusual for me to receive emails that ask questions regarding T-Mobile services and often I cannot answer them. As we are an unofficial site, we are not privy to corporate decisions regarding the future of various services, I imagine most of our sources, and ninjas are not either. In this specific instance, I am talking about UMA and its future with T-Mobile. A T-Mobile customer wrote in and explained his desire to purchase … [read full article]

TmoNews 24 Hour Recap


There has been quite a bit happening in the Magenta world these past few days and its hard to keep up with all the news. So, for the sake of our readers we’ve compiled a single article with all the recent days goodness. Still can’t decide between the Nexus One and HTC HD2? Fear not, for our pals over at PhoneDog have created a video pitting both SnapDragon powered handsets against each other. May the best phone win. As … [read full article]