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First Sidekick 4G Hands On Video Surfaces, Pricing Announced

We thought we’d have to wait until today to get a first look at the Sidekick 4G but the lucky folks at Laptop Mag have managed to get the very first hands on. Unfortunately without an available data connection they weren’t able to see just how well the phone holds up on T-Mobile’s HSPA+ 21 network but it’s always nice to get a look at the phone that isn’t a marketing video. While no release … [read full article]

T-Mobile Drops More Hints On G-Slate Release

T-Mobile is once again dropping hints on the T-Mobile G-Slate and not providing the one thing that really matters, a release date. It’s great to know that the G-Slate will offer T-Mobile TV with live and on-demand TV including news, sports and full length entertainment but when, WHEN can I expect to enjoy T-Mobile TV on my G-Slate? Is it gaming that you want? Well fear not because the G-Slate will come … [read full article]

T-Mobile Lights Up HSPA+ 42 Mbps In Las Vegas, New York and Orlando

You would think after the AT&T acquisition of T-Mobile deal, Magenta would stop investing in its network, right? Wrong. T-Mobile continues to firmly hold its place as America’s largest 4G network, and its about to get faster…a lot faster. Today, T-Mobile announced the first major markets where it will double the speed of its HSPA+ 4G network, which will achieve theoretical download speeds of 42 Mbps. Those markets include Las Vegas, New York and Orlando, Florida. Customers … [read full article]

T-Mobile Unveils 4G Mobile Hotspot And Laptop Stick Lineup

T-Mobile is working fast and furious to expand it’s current 4G footprint (even if that footprint will only be around for a limited time) with the announcement of the T-Mobile 4G Mobile Hotspot. Enabling customers to “extend the power of America’s Largest 4G Network” to (up to 5) any Wi-Fi enabled devices. The T-Mobile 4G Mobile Hotspot can be used to power music players, tablets, laptops and so much more. Manufactured by … [read full article]

T-Mobile Announces The “T-Mobile G2X”

We’ve had some pretty good indicators this announcement was on the horizon but T-Mobile has gone and made the T-Mobile G2X official. Launching in “Spring,” the G2X will be the very first dual-core device to land on T-Mobile shores. The G2X has a 1 GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core processor, 4″ capacitive touch screen display and comes preloaded with such games as Need for Speed SHIFT HD. The G2X will drop … [read full article]

T-Mobile And Nokia Officially Announce The Nokia Astound

While the Nokia Astound won’t be the biggest handset news from T-Mobile at CTIA, it’s the second T-Mobile phone to deliver an 8 megapixel camera. For a small handset however, its packing quite the punch! As expected the Astound will arrive on T-Mobile shelves on April 6th for $79.99 after rebate. The Nokia Astound will feature a 3.5″ capacitive touch AMOLED display with a dual-LED flash on board an 8 megapixel camera. … [read full article]

Will T-Mobile Customers Have To Replace Phones After Merger Completes?

We touched on this in the wrap-up of this mornings AT&T Press call but apparently it’s causing such a stir we’re going to try and clarify a few things: With AT&T planning to use T-Mobile’s existing 1700 MHz spectrum for future LTE rollouts, AT&T execs are saying that T-Mobile customers will have to replace their current 3G/4G phones once the merger is completed. This will be a mandatory upgrade unless of course … [read full article]

T-Mobile G2X Poster Spotted Inside CTIA Halls

As expected the T-Mobile and LG are set to unveil by the T-Mobile G2X, the first dual-core phone for T-Mobile. We had a pretty good premonition that this would be taking place but with the above posters being set up around the LG booth as spotted by the Pocketnow.com folks. We expect T-Mobile to officially announce the device in the coming hours and get our own hands on tomorrow evening! PhoneDog[read full article]

HTC Pyramid Specs Hit The Inbox, Launching In June With Android 2.4?

I know there is a lot of confusion regarding the AT&T/T-Mobile deal but what seems to be forgotten is that life goes on. The deal could fall apart, the government could reject it or a thousand other things could take place that causes it to not happen. With that in mind, T-Mobile is running business as usual which means phones will still launch. Thankfully, to try and smooth the masses I’ve received … [read full article]

Poll: What Is Your Take On AT&T’s Acquisition of T-Mobile?

So unless you’ve been sleeping for the past 24 hours you likely know AT&T is purchasing T-Mobile. Understandably so, there is a population of readers up in arms and want T-Mobile to stay T-Mobile and those who see the benefits of an AT&T deal. Here is your chance to sound off, T-Mobile reads this blog every day so they’ll see your vote. Will it affect anything, probably not. … [read full article]

Listening In To The AT&T Investor Call On T-Mobile

We’ve been listening to the AT&T Press Event this morning regarding the AT&T/T-Mobile agreement and it’s a doozy.  First and foremost, let’s be real clear.  AT&T is going after T-Mobile spectrum in a big way.  Complementing AT&T’s own 700 MHz LTE spectrum with T-Mobile’s 1700 MHz AWS frequency will help AT&T deploy LTE to 95% of the American population.  That’s 46 million more people than AT&T had hoped to be able to roll … [read full article]

Will An AT&T Acquisition Of T-Mobile Really Happen?

A lot of T-Mobile subscribers are dreading the fact that AT&T has officially struck a deal with Deutsche Telekom to acquire T-Mobile USA for $39 billion. Heck, even Sprint is pissed off. But, while the companies have signed a definitive deal, it still has to be approved by the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Federal Communications Commission (FCC). This process can take up to 6 months or more. Credit Suisse analyst Jonathan Chaplin … [read full article]