Very few people are familiar with T-mobile’s FlexPay plan, but those that are familiar with it, know that it is buggy, messy, and complicated. It looks like T-mobile caught on to this too, because coming this July is FlexPay 2.0. Sounds intense right? Flexpay 2.0 should fix all the annoying bugs and problems in the original Flexpay. T-mobile is so sure of it, they are launching a FlexPay ad campaign after to try to boost awareness of … [read full article]
It looks like it has the bands for T-mobile 3G, as well as capabilities to support T-mobile’s Hotspot@Home. T-mobile’s first 3G UMA phone anyone?! We can’t guarantee that it’s on its way to T-mobile’s lineup, but we sure hope it is. We’re digging for more right now and we’ll update you with anything we find, stay tuned!
(Left to Right: Nokia 1208, Nokia 2760, Motorola W490s in Bubble Gum and Heather Grape) Not too much of a ground-breaking article, but for those interested in any of these new low-end phones, here are some official T-mobile shots. Also, some good shots of the two new colors for the W490s, which you can pick up in stores on May 5th. Enjoy!
It looks as if Nokia is T-mobile’s new Samsung. For those that don’t follow T-mobile quite as closely as we do, this just means that it looks like T-mobile has pushed their Samsung phones as much as they could, and then some, and now it is time to move on to Nokias. It seems that T-mobile is trying to clear out some lower end Nokia phones before the 5310, 5610, and 6301 all drop the [read full article]
Like we said in a previously written article, it is about to rain Nokias, and Ladies and gentleman here comes the rain! The Nokia 5610 and the 5310 will be out on May 21st. With a decent camera, MicroSD slot, style, and voice dialing, the 5610 is shaping up to be one of T-mobile higher-end phones. If your looking to save a little money but still keep it stylish, pick the up the 5310. Keep … [read full article]
As it turns out, T-mobile doesn’t monitor the origination of the I.P. address for their Wifi Hotspot@Home calls. Translation: If you make a call using T-mobile’s Hotspot@Home, they don’t care where it is from. We’re not talking calls from places like California, Texas, and New York. We’re talking Argentina, China, London, Israel, and South Africa…Anywhere that has open Wifi, you can make a UMA call to the US for no international roaming charge. Now, … [read full article]
Congratulations T-mobile USA! After the Suncom acquisition, and a couple months of pushing MyFaves and Hotspot@Home (Not really though) you have made it to 30 million customers. We might just start calling you the little carrier that could. A while back we wrote a little about our positive outlook for T-mobile, and now with this milestone it looks like T-mobile is heading in the right direction: up, as in gaining customers. Hear that Sprint? (Sorry, … [read full article]
It looks like T-mobile is trying to push the Sidekick Slide one more time before excitment starts building over the new Sidekick…oops, did we say that? Click to read more
If you were thinking about switching to T-mobile, you might want to wait until April 25th. From April 25th to April 28th, all activation fees will be waived. Well, not exactly, but the $35 per line will be credited to your first bill. Spending $35 may seem trivial, but if you are activating 5 lines, the price jumps up to $175. After this promotion ends, on April 30th, T-mobile will be launching a new PrePaid Pay As … [read full article]
After months of apprehensive waiting, T-mobile customers finally saw a spark of real 3G info last week when a list of the first 25 cities to be covered by 3G surfaced. Now, T-mobile and 3G are coming together a little more. The internal site that T-mobile employees have access to has announced an upcoming sale of UMTS handsets in New York, Miami, and Los Angeles. Although this isn’t an announcement of 3G, we think a … [read full article]
First and foremost, TMoNews has not fully confirmed this. Our lack of commitment and confirmation on this subject may also stemming from our disbelief that T-mobile plans on being leading the wireless industry, an event rarely seen. Other carriers which will remain unnamed seem to follow the business strategy of ‘lead and hope,’ while T-mobile has always seemed to ‘follow and do it right the first time.’ The tables have turned it seems. Coming … [read full article]
We like to pride ourselves in bringing you all T-mobile, all the time, and that means having the first scoop. However, it looks like BoyGeniusReports beat us. Well, at least it wasn’t anything we didn’t know already. We’re sure by now a good majority of you have already read this news. We have to say its a little bit of a yawn, but we think we speak for just about every T-mobile fanboy expressing major excitement about … [read full article]