Tag Archives: Facebook

T-Mobile Announces Winners Of Facebook Father’s Day 2011 Photo Contest

Congratulations to the just announced winners of T-Mobile’s 2011 Facebook Photo Contest for Father’s Day. Ten lucky winners won the grand prize of the HTC Sensation 4G, one each for father and child! T-Mobile began this contest early this past week with a chance to post a photo of you and your father, or you and your child or someone you looked up to as a child with a chance … [read full article]

(Updated) T-Mobile Announces Sensation 4G Giveaway Details

Update: T-Mobile just added an additional Tweet for those who don’t have a pic with dad. Posting a pic with your child or someone you looked up to as a kid are both perfectly acceptable. Classy move by T-Mobile since not everyone can post the photo with dad. Bravo for allowing everyone to enter. In combination with T-Mobile’s just announced Father’s Day 2011 promotion comes the follow up … [read full article]

Microsoft, Facebook Among Eight Technology Companies Supporting AT&T/T-Mobile Merger

Microsoft joined with Facebook and 6 other technology companies in a filing to the FCC last night in a statement of support for the AT&T/T-Mobile merger.  The deals supporters include Yahoo, Oracle, Research in Motion and VC firms Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and Sequoia Partners. Their argument is pretty much summed up by saying that the proposed deal is the best way for AT&T to expand their network capacity in order … [read full article]

T-Mobile Relaunches Bobsled For Facebook

T-Mobile announced today that Bobsled by T-Mobile, their Facebook application for VoIP calling is back in action. Having pulled Bobsled off Facebook “shelves” due to a possible conflict with Bobsled being misinterpreted as an official Facebook application T-Mobile pulled it for some retooling. T-Mobile then announced yesterday that T-Mobile announced that Bobsled was ready for it’s re-unveiling. Well it turns out we didn’t have to wait long at all as … [read full article]

T-Mobile To Relaunch Bobsled VoIP Platform For Facebook Next Week

The T-Mobile announcement of Bobsled, an application for Facebook that enabled users to place calls through Facebook chat was launch seemingly out of nowhere and taken down just as quickly. After a mixup with Facebook and users confusing Bobsled an official Facebook application T-Mobile took Bobsled down late last April. “We are voluntarily and temporarily suspending the Bobsled service as we work with our partners at Facebook to address their design … [read full article]

T-Mobile Temporarily Suspends Bobsled Service?

In a somewhat shocking and yet quiet announcement T-Mobile said through the Bobsled Facebook page they have “temporarily suspended” the Bobsled service. Hinting toward a possible conflict with Facebook over design questions and an assurance that Bobsled is “clearly differentiated” as something that is not an official Facebook property. Bobsled users, are there any out of you there? While this was quite the leap for T-Mobile into the Facebook realm, other than … [read full article]

PhoneDog Is Giving Away Some More iPads and Phones

Our boys at PhoneDog are back again ready to give away more prizes and we’re back on board with making this the biggest, baddest contest ever! This time things are happening a little differently from the last contest which had a huge buildup and you had to wait weeks and weeks to see if you won. This time prizes will be handed out twice a week, every Tuesday and Thursday every evening at … [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]