Tag Archives: webconnect

T-Mobile Changes Price Point Of Upcoming 10GB Data Plan

Just days after we grabbed a screenshot of the upcoming changes to the webConnect price points, T-Mobile has gone and done a little revamping. Unfortunately, the changes aren’t for the better as the higher end 10 GB plan moves up from $79.99 to $84.99 prior to the 20% discount if grouped with a voice plan. We’re a little disappointed by this change and can’t for the life of us understand the … [read full article]

T-Mobile Unveiling New webConnect Plans, Including 10GB Plan

Our report that T-Mobile was preparing to introduce and change their existing data plans were met with both excitement and skepticism. Well, we’re excited to introduce, or more appropriately share thanks to one of our ninjas a screen grab showing upcoming webConnect plans that will launch March 13th. Along with the introduction of the new webConnect plans T-Mobile will also introduce system changes that will allow voice and data plans to be … [read full article]

T-Mobile Preparing To Introduce New Broadband Plans, 20% Discount When Attached To Voice Accounts?

Based on information that just hit my inbox, T-Mobile is preparing to introduce new webConnect broadband rate plans some of which will qualify for a 20% discount when paired with a qualifying voice line. Right now, we’re trying to piece together the pieces of this puzzle as it looks though the introduction of the new webConnect broadband plans will bring an opportunity for T-Mobile customers with an existing voice plan to save … [read full article]

webConnect Firmware Update Brings Minor Changes, Enhancements

With data all the rage these days we can understand the need for the wireless carriers to focus on software update for data sticks as well as phones themselves. Given that, T-mobile is dropping a firmware update for webConnect tomorrow that will bring stronger connectivity and a replaced network indicator symbol. Nothing earth shattering here but it’s always welcome to see improvements and enhancements that provide better service. Plus a “4G” network … [read full article]

Win A myTouch4G, Dell Mini 10 4G, G2 Or Rocket 4G Data Stick

T-Mobile is looking for some help celebrating the nation’s largest 4G network by giving stuff away.  Nothing says “help us celebrate” better than free stuff!  In this case, the “stuff” is a Grand Prize of Dell Inspiron Mini 10 4G with three free months of service!  The First Place winner will take home a myTouch4G with three free months of service!  The Second Place winners will have a chance at winning one of … [read full article]

T-Mobile Jet Prepaid Prepares To Take Off Tomorrow

We’re not looking at anything earth shattering or unknown here as T-Mobile formally announced the introduction of the prepaid Jet data packages days ago. However, with three packages, T-Mobile is hoping to fulfill the needs of those who might be attracted to the idea of a prepaid mobile broadband offering. These plans of course are not for the heavy user, but then again the entire concept of prepaid mobile broadband plans aren’t … [read full article]

Do Trademark Filings Give Away Some T-Mobile Secrets?

We’re just going to piggyback off the most recent posts here and go for a trifecta on guessing just what T-Mobile has in store for us. Those fine folks at Androidguys did a little digging through recent US Trademark filings and came up with some interesting results: ·       Blaze – May 26th G1 Blaze – May 26th G1 Rocket – May 26th Rocket – May 26th DRIVESMART – June … [read full article]

T-Mobile Officially Launches New HSPA+ Cities!

While we got word about this just over a week ago, tonight T-Mobile is officially announcing the launch of HSPA+ in another twenty four cities. With the launch of these cities T-Mobile now covers over 85 million Americans with its HSPA+ service and is well on its way to their end of 2010 goal of covering 185 million people in 100 major metropolitan cities. In addition to the newly launched cities, coverage has … [read full article]

Webconnect Rocket 2.0 Coming Soon

Well what do you know, Webconnect Rocket 2.0 is coming soon. The only true HSPA+  device in the T-Mobile lineup is about to get a tiny makeover while maintaining its sleek figure. The good news, this one out of the box works on both PC and Macs and can accommodate up to 16GB of additional storage, backwards compatible and you get the idea. We’re not quite of a release date on this one but … [read full article]