While still “officially” unconfirmed, Louisville is the source of widespread reports of 3G coverage popping up all over the place. Having been teased just 10 days ago with a hopeful launch date, rest assured this time reports are coming in from all over town. Louisville, how are you feeling on this winter 3G morning?
In an effort to show their support for Android, and maybe even future devices, T-Mobile is sending out an add-on to the Android Market. This section of the Android Market will house “a variety of innovative applications that help customers customize their device and manage their T-Mobile account.” Yes, I know, that sounds a lot like the App Pack from the myTouch. Either way, this looks like a good place to start your … [read full article]
T-Mobile must be working fast and furious as the year winds down and they try to make good on their promise of 200 million customers covered by 3G goodness. Currently sitting at 187 million, the announcement of Cary, Fayetteville and Wilmington, NC will bring that total up a little more. Not to be forgotten of course is Tulsa, OK who after a false alarm yesterday has gotten the official green light today. Sound off below … [read full article]
What appears to be an internal newsletter is currently being circulated to T-Mobile employees—a little self promotion regarding HSPA+. Mainly a cheerleader letter patting them on the back for recent testing results regarding HSPA+ services by two prominent tech bloggers, there is also a little dig at Clear. As hoped for, the test results came back quite favorably considering current market offerings and continue to increase the excitement and possibility of what faster data … [read full article]
In an effort to draw some attention away from the persistent rumors regarding the Google Phone/Nexus One, AT&T has given us a real prize. According to this internal doc, Rollover is a better value for customers than unlimited minutes. Let that marinate for a second… rollover minutes are better than unlimited. AT&T = fail. Also begging discussion is the M2M calling community of 81 million vs. 31 million. While that’s certainly a difference of more than … [read full article]
Number of Hits of the Nexus One Are you sick of the Nexus One yet? I’m not, so here we go again. Localytics, a mobile applications analytics service, has found that the Nexus One has been in use since November 25th, with a huge increase in use around December 11th (when they handed them to employees and started this snowball effect of leaks). The FCC documents lead us to believe that this will work on … [read full article]
It’s really saying something about how much we love phones if the picture of a retail box for the Google Phone aka Nexus One gets us all in a tizzy. I guess we can’t hide from the truth as newly founded website; TheNexusOne.com has uncovered and posted what is reported to be shots of the Nexus One packaging. That’s pretty much all we have right now but these folks claim to have a Nexus One … [read full article]
Update: Tulsa looked to be a false alarm, Grand Rapids you are golden! While the Google Phone may be the dominant story in the days to come, let us not forget that there are other happenings in the Magenta world. Ask the folks in Grand Rapids, Michigan and Tulsa, Oklahoma who have stormed my inbox this morning with reports of active 3G service. No word yet as to whether these are official launches so the … [read full article]