If you’ve been eagerly waiting to hear just what exactly T-Mobile has in store for their November 2nd super-mega-launch day since we first brought you word 48 hours ago then the above image should be exactly what the doctor ordered. This is very reminiscent of November 2010 when another high-profile launch day took place in November giving us the myTouch 4G, Motorola Defy, LG Optimus among other devices. This time around T-Mobile … [read full article]
T-Mobile is ramping up their “attack the iPhone” mode before tomorrows expected iPhone 5 announcement. T-Mobile believes that customers who come into their retail stores will be wiling to have: “…engage in informative conversations with our customers. These conversations will include many details about T-Mobile Android phones and why our quality 4G nationwide network is a smarter choice for many customers. Use every opportunity to engage the customer, ask lifestyle questions and … [read full article]
The Blackberry Bold 9900 was introduced without the UMA Wi-Fi calling feature which had long been a staple part of T-Mobile’s Blackberry lineup. The lack of the Wi-Fi calling feature has often been discussed by many TmoNews’ readers as the reason for passing up the purchase of the 9900 was the lack of this is a must-have feature. Well good news as CIO.com is reporting that a November update to the Bold … [read full article]
In just a few short hours the announcement of T-Mobile’s newest prepaid plan has already taken off like wildfire with hundreds of readers hoping to take advantage of this plan when it arrives October 16th. One question that quickly arose was the question of what devices would be offered/allowed on this Wal-Mart/T-Mobile.com exclusive plan? So we went right to the source and asked T-Mobile. While any “capable” phone/smartphone will work with this … [read full article]
Tomorrow afternoon will finally provide answers to all our “iPhone 4S/5” questions especially the one surrounding the appearance of a T-Mobile iPhone. Almost every sign points to the T-Mobile iPhone being a no-show, there is at least one story that is causing T-Mobile customers, including yours truly some concern. The weekend leak comes courtesy of a Cincinnati Bell customer discovering a pair of placeholder entries for the upcoming iPhone 4S and … [read full article]
T-Mobile and Wal-Mart announced this morning a new pre-paid offering that will only be available direct from Walmart stores and through Wal-Mart and T-Mobile.com. Beginning October 16th, T-Mobile and Walmart will unveil a $30 unlimited web and text Monthly4G plan with 100 minutes of talk, with 10 cents per minute after the first 100 minutes. “T-Mobile is thrilled to offer this exclusive, affordable service plan, designed specifically with heavy text and data … [read full article]
Sick of these calendars yet? I didn’t think so. Latest tidbit, as promised, the launch date of the 10.1 inch Samsung Galaxy Tab, which is slated for October 26th. If you are waiting for the 7 inch Tab, you may just have to wait a week more. Anyone picking this Tab up on launch day?
If you need WiFi on the go, grab a mobile hotspot. If you want blazing fast WiFi on the go then make sure to pick up the recently announced T-Mobile Sonic 4G. When can you pick up the Sonic 4G? October 19th, of course.
Looks like T-Mobile is going to have one very nice November with a total of six planned launches for November 2nd. Unfortunately we have no idea as to which devices these will be and as you’ll see in two follow up posts we’ve got the rollout dates for the Galaxy Tab 10.1″ covered along with the upcoming Sonic 4G Mobile Hotspot. So you can take those two out of the realm … [read full article]
T-Mobile is looking to continue beefing up their Monthly4G prepaid selection with the rumored addition of pay-per-day plans rolling out sometime in the future. We just received the above image which indicates new plans will be available on T-Mobile’s website, though a visit to the page itself didn’t yield any intel about “Pay by the Day” plans. We now turn your attention to the below image showing what we believe may be … [read full article]