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T-Mobile Finally Ends The Sidekick (OS) Line, Effective May 2011

Just when I thought it was safe to get a good nights sleep, I wake up and see that T-Mobile has effectively killed off the Sidekick line effective May 31, 2011. That’s right, you read that correctly, T-Mobile has sent out an early morning press release informing the media that Danger (a subsidiary of Microsoft these days) will no longer offer data services on Sidekick devices after the aforementioned date. As a … [read full article]

T-Mobile Removing Flexpay Option, Bringing Deposits Back

There is little question that some sweeping changes may come about as T-Mobile begins its company-wide turnaround especially in light of recent quarterly numbers. One of the first steps taken to begin that process is to eliminate Flexpay across the board. It is our understanding that Flexpay never quite took off as T-Mobile hoped and given that, we aren’t surprised that it’s finally being retired. As we stated back in the … [read full article]

T-Mobile Reports Fourth Quarter 2010 Results

T-Mobile reported their fourth quarter results this morning and they are decidedly mixed some good and some bad numbers. Getting right into the meat of it, in the fourth quarter of 2010, T-Mobile reported service revenues of $4.69 billion compared to $4.65 billion in the fourth quarter of 2009. T-Mobile saw the number of customers using 3G/4G smartphones increase by over 1 million customers in the fourth quarter of 2010 to over 8.2 … [read full article]

Huawei U8500 T-Mobile Bound? Receives FCC Approval

Few things excite us more than when we see an unknown phone come through the FCC with the necessary bands to run on T-Mobile’s 3G/4G network. Phonescoop caught wind of the Huawei U8500 running Android 2.2. A quick run through of the FCC documentation doesn’t reveal much else and we should remind everyone that FCC approval doesn’t guarantee a T-Mobile arrival. Still, we’re always interested in devices that go through with those beloved … [read full article]

February 23rd Bringing About Several Device Price Changes

Plenty has been made in the past few days over T-Mobile originally posting a $149.99 post rebate price for the Samsung Galaxy S 4G and then updating later with a $199.99 post rebate price. Well, as it turns out, the Galaxy S 4G won’t be alone in seeing a price increase as the myTouch4G and T-Mobile G2 will also see similar increases. Perhaps T-Mobile is taking a lesson out of the … [read full article]

Samsung Galaxy S 4G Now Available

Samsung’s Galaxy S 4G is now available for all to purchase on T-Mobile.com as well T-Mobile stores everywhere, RadioShack, Walmart and beyond! With a front-facing camera and HSPA+ speeds of up to 21Mbps, the phone needs little introduction to frequent readers of this here website. So get your wallets out and start shopping! T-Mobile Check out Aaron’s unboxing video and hands on below for a whole bunch of … [read full article]

Google Rolling Out Android 2.3.3 To Nexus S & Nexus One

Just moments ago, Google announced via Twitter that the Gingerbread (Android 2.3.3) update is now rolling out to Nexus S and Nexus One users. While Nexus S owners already got a taste of the scrumptious gingerbread treat, Nexus One owners are (finally) receiving their promised Gingerbread update. For Nexus S owners, Google states that the Android 2.3.3 update will put an end to those random reboots users were experiencing, as … [read full article]

How Do T-Mobile Customers Feel About The Current T-Mobile Marketing Campaign?

T-Mobile has taken their current marketing strategy to new heights with attempts to position their 4G network as the best and largest. Along with YouTube, television, billboard and radio ads, T-Mobile is using Facebook with great effort to spread the message. The question is how well that message is spreading. WaveMetrix, a website dedicated to tracking trends in Social Media, has come up with an interesting set of statistics regarding T-Mobile’s Facebook strategy. … [read full article]

New Do More Plans Planned For February 23rd Delayed?

We just received word that the new Promotional Single Line Plans that were set to launch on February 23rd have been delayed. According to our ninja, T-Mobile’s marketing department has asked for more time to properly communicate the launch of these new plans. No word was given on any expected time frame moving forward, but, as stated this morning, we’re still hearing rumors for a T-Mobile overhaul of all current rate … [read full article]

Radio Shack Offering Up Trade In Deal For Samsung Galaxy S 4G

Oh those folks at Radio Shack are working the deals to attract customers and T-Mobile fans should take note of the special Samsung Galaxy S 4G offer. The device itself will be $149.99 for new customers or $199.99 for upgrading customers but you’ll also receive a $20 gift card. The gift card is designed to be used toward accessory purchases but our Radio Shack ninja says they can use the gift … [read full article]