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TMoNews Forum Weekly Wrap Up #6

Welcome to the next installment of the TMoNews forum weekly wrap up!  Yeah, I know, I know….there wasn’t one last week so it’s not really ‘weekly’, but sometimes things get in the way and we just aren’t able to get things done like we would like to.  With that said, there is quite a bit to go through tonight so without further ado, here we go! It’s really going to be very difficult to get through this … [read full article]

We are strong in the force…

Oh yes, we have Jedi… We have some time between now and October 22nd so we need something to discuss Android related. So with that being known I present…G1 user guides!! I know exciting, here you can get your thrills by searching for headset jacks, steps to insert the battery and so much more like turning the phone on!! http://support.t-mobile.com/knowbase/root/public/tm30235.pdf http://support.t-mobile.com/knowbase/root/public/tm30234.pdf?&A2L.SERVICE=Manual I know this isn’t the … [read full article]

G1 unlock and NEW data ruling!

SIM UNLOCK: The good folks at Gizmodo did some homework and answered a question that immediately came to my mind during the press conference and thankfully they found the answer. Most of you already know T-mobile has a standing policy that after 90 days of service a customer in good standing may request a sim unlock code. Nothing new or surprising on that front. However, the question arose because … [read full article]

Blackberry pearl flip kickstart and her 4 other names launch date!

That’s right tmonews fans, there is still news in magenta land that doesn’t have the words “Android” and “awesome” in it. Word is coming down that the Blackberry Kickstart aka Pearl aka 8220 aka phone that receives email and flips is scheduled to launch October 13th. Recapping important features, she has voicemail, a keypad, and an lcd screen! Surprise! Features: Wi-Fi for Mobile Calling High Speed Internet myFaves Enabled BlackBerry … [read full article]

Ok, your thoughts on today…

First let me say thanks to everyone who has viewed the site today and helping give us our highest page views ever! The forums are busier than ever and its thanks to you, loyal readers, dearest fans and Mom…thanks for well uh, making sure I was up on time. [poll id="3"] Picture courtesy of htc.com

Recapping…

Pre-order will only be black and brown, white will be available at national launch No UMA, wifi is available. Push gmail, pull email, html client, NO corporate email access as of right now Pre-order available today, National launch of October 22nd Customers in 3G areas may purchase a retail location, customers in 2G areas may demo a phone at a retail location and then purchase phone online Data plans are $25 dollars, 400 messages/unlimited web—-$35 unlimited both … [read full article]

Today is the day…

Do I really need to remind anyone what today is? That’s right, we’ll be “live” blogging here as best we can. I’ll be taking the best of the news coming down through the blogosphere and posting it here for all to read in one sweet solid place. Remember, you can watch at http://announcement.t-mobileg1.com/ Here we go: According to reports coming off the wire, Amazon will have 6 million DRM-free music tracks available on … [read full article]

Confirmed info leaks…

“Available in all stores within 3G boundary area, regardless of whether or not store is in a 3G dead spot. Available in some locations directly outside of the 3G boundary area due to the fact that some customers who live in the 3G boundary area shop within a 2 – 5 mile radius and the store they would go to is outside of the 3G boundary area. For those stores not in … [read full article]

T-mobile considering free Gmail?

Listen, I’m a google fanatic, gmail, gcal andreader are tools that run my day. Having access to them is all but essential for me to operate this site along with keeping track of tonights premiere of Heroes!!! With that in mind I came across this CNN article a few minutes ago and the idea is intriguing. Clearly we chalk this up to rumor only for the moment but nothing can be ruled out. While ad-supported … [read full article]