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T-Mobile HD2 Software Update Back Online!

The HTC HD2 update is officially back online and ready for download. Those of you who didn’t grab the update when it first dropped, may now do so at your leisure. Interestingly enough, having pulled the update, T-Mobile blamed “additional issues” as it’s reasoning. Now, as seen in the above pic, they are merely saying it was due to overwhelming demand. Sounds a little odd that they would pull something due to demand … [read full article]

T-Mobile Stores Opening Early June 19th?

We’re not really sure what to make of this but we doubt its mere coincidence given the earlier information leaked today that had June 19th marked for something big. As it turns out, our sources are telling us that it sounds as though an all hands meeting will be taking place and stores will be open extra early. Its possible this is some kind of extra special kick off of the myTouch Slide, or its … [read full article]

T-Mobile Smartphone BOGO Extended Through June 20th

T-Mobile is certainly looking to take this Smartphone BOGO and ride it all the way to the bank. They have again extended the offer, this time through June 20th. Currently, the Garminfone and HTC HD2 are only available as the first phone and cannot be used as the free device. The myTouch Slide will release under the same guidelines, however, after Jun 16th, it can be used for both the first … [read full article]

T-Mobile Slide Is “The” Summer Phone For Magenta

There is little question that T-Mobile is poised to make the MyTouch Slide the premiere phone for the summer. However, what we didn’t know is that T-Mobile is poised to make the myTouch line the “premiere” line for the carriers handset mix. According to the folks at Engadget who obtained a smorgasbord of bountiful and informative images T-Mobile is really looking to kick start the Slide’s launch with massive advertising campaign (please no B-list … [read full article]

T-Mobile Garminfone Arrives June 9th

T-Mobile has formally announced the Android-powered Garminfone officially ready to navigate your life June 9th. The very first Android powered Garmin navigation device will be available for $199.99 after a $50 mail in rebate. To help promote this launch, T-Mobile has announced a two-week sweepstakes where Twitter users will be able to win one of five Garminfones. “The T-Mobile Garminfone Navigate Your Life Sweepstakes will launch at 10:30 a.m. Pacific Time today on T-Mobile’s … [read full article]

T-Mobile CEO To Leave Company

Robert Dotson, President and CEO of T-Mobile USA has announced his intent to step down from the company. After 15 years of service with T-Mobile USA, Dotson intends to purse new opportunities. Succeeding Dotson in the CEO position in May 2011 will be Philipp Humm, former CEO of T-Mobile Deutschland. “After a period of transition with Dotson, it’s the intention that Humm will take over as CEO of T-Mobile USA in February 2011, while Dotson … [read full article]

Did The Behold 2 Get Left Out In The Cold?

Update: Engadget is now on the case as well! There is a story making the rounds that has a number of T-Mobile customers up in arms. Samsung, who, according to some buyers were sold the Behold 2 at launch under the premise it would later receive an updated version of Android is now the target of an online petition claiming that Samsung has failed to provide said update. While the facts of the issue … [read full article]

AT&T Unhappy About T-Mobile Claiming “4G” Speeds?

So let me get this right? AT&T is up in arms because T-Mobile said they had “4G” speeds going with yesterdays Northeast HSPA+ launches? Boo freaking hoo AT&T! Instead of actually fixing your network you are complaining about verbiage? I wonder if you took the money you spent fighting back bad reports and invested it into your network, your customers might be able to make calls. Speaking to Fierce Wireless AT&T spokesman Seth Bloom … [read full article]

Nexus One Available In Third Party Retail Channels, Coming To Corporate Stores Soon?

When Google announced it would stop selling the Nexus One online and revert back to selling through retail stores, I don’t think any of us expected an independent third party retailer such as i Wireless. i Wireless, an authorized T-Mobile affiliate has started to sell the Nexus One for $299.95 on a 2-year contract after rebate. It might be a bit more than the contract price that was available through the Google Web Store, but, … [read full article]

Samsung Gravity T & Samsung “Smile” Also Confirmed For June 23rd

Not diggin’ the Gravity 3 form factor? Well T-Mobile has got plenty of choices for you heavy texters. Pictured above, the Samsung T669 aka the “Gravity T” will also be available beginning June 23rd sporting a resistive touch screen, a full QWERTY keyboard with onboard Dolphin browser, 3G capability, and a 2.0 megapixel camera. The Gravity T seems like a handset for users that aren’t ready for a smartphone but want something more … [read full article]