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Open Comment Friday


Well my fine readers, its that time again, Open Comment Friday. Time to talk about anything and everything wireless, your Friday night plans or that girl you met on the train and chickened out when it came time to ask her number. Just kidding. Seriously though, I imagine one particular story which could easily be called one of the most anticipated stories/devices in some time for T-mobile fans would be the FCC approval of  a T-mobile … [read full article]

HTC Magic Passes FCC for T-mobile USA!


Certainly a great deal of you have been waiting for further word regarding the device codename “Sapphire.” Looks like this mornings news is going to bring some joy to those of who have been waiting for a little more official word on whether or not this device would make it stateside. Having already been teased with T-mobile markings, compliments of the FCC we have better word, or should I say better pictures that indicate T-mobile … [read full article]

Thinking about Webconnect? Think Again?


Already noted this morning was the launch of the webconnect 3G and the hopeful impact it will have on showcasing T-mobile as a true 3G power. However, Sascha Segan over at Gearlog has some thoughts on how T-mobile may have just bungled this launch. He is dead on (in my opinion) that T-mobile is not focusing this data card on those with whom its wireless services depend so much on, families, students and people who want to … [read full article]

T-mobile Releases MyAccount to Android Market, World Peace is at Hand


G1 users can now easily access remaining minutes, messages, billing details and more right from the comfort of their very own Android app. T-mobile has released their very first Android market application in the form of a “My Account” app which while not different from the My Account internet page still offers up: current activity, bill summary, plan information, online payment, help guides, forums, battery info, storage info, and more.  I think its safe to say that … [read full article]

Webconnect Launches Today


As originally thought, as originally detailed, T-mobile’s first entrance into the data broadband data card world launched this morning. Webconnect, starting at $99.99 for a 1 year contract and as show above, $49.99 for a 2 year contract will offer you up to 5GB of 3G speeds per month for $59.99. Priced right in line with the competition, this is T-mobile’s first data card release to  take advantage of their 3G network and first … [read full article]

Touch Pro2 Coming to T-mobile?


I’ve been working on this for a few days now, ever since the very same tipster who has been passing this around brought it to my attention via this xda-developer thread. Apparently, a ROM has surfaced and with the above picture as evidence, offers proof that the HTC Touch Pro2 is headed to our beloved magenta. Now I have to ask and wonder if this is a variant of, or a separate device from the [read full article]

Webconnect Launch News


Actually its not so much news as it is just a simple update. I think by now we’ve already covered enough of the webconnect details that can possibly be said. So here is what we are looking at, $49.99 for the webconnect data card on a 2 year agreement and $99.99 on a 1 year. Unfortunately, I can’t verify if its before/after rebate but I’d be betting on the latter. Still, its not a … [read full article]

I Love Videos

So the guys over at Androidandme sent a link over with some videos that definitely don’t look to be T-mobile official but still do a better job of selling the phone than the “official” commercials do. Created by Los Angeles “design collective” A Friend of Yours these videos are definitely worth a glimpse. Also, its a slow news day.  T-Mobile G1 Google Phone Commercial “F.O.M.O.” 60sec from A Friend Of Yours on [read full article]

Open Comment Friday


Its that time again, open comment time, when all the readers come together and feel free to talk about anything, everything tech. Its been a fairly busy week with the regular Cupcake rumors floating around, all of which of course, turn out to be false. Staying on the topic of possibles however, we got what is believed to be the first glimpse of a branded Nokia 5330 destined for T-mobile. Definitely some skepticism as to the … [read full article]

Webconnect Pops up in the Wild


Absolutely, positively nothing new to report on the T-mobile webconnect but since some in the wild pictures turned up, why not post, especially since its a slow news day. We got our hands on two pics from our tipster who really wanted some focus on the T-mobile logo on the back. We already had a pretty good idea of what this anticipated device would look like, but I guess one more glance before the release … [read full article]

T-mobile G1 Makes it Rain


As it turns out all you crazy application downloaders are helping to drive the T-mobile G1 to a healthy sales position for T-mobile. According to the most recent comscore report, the G1 is the most profitable device for T-mobile, even so its only the 8th most sold device. Guess those required data plans are really paying off for the big magenta as is that $179.99 price point.  As most news outlets are pointing out, … [read full article]

HTC Maple to Debut at CTIA?


Having gotten a preview earlier this month of the above device, the HTC Maple, the believable successor to the HTC Excalibur, better known to T-mobile users as the Dash. Now the guys at BoyGenius are calling for a CTIA uneveiling of the device, with the expected release date of May, as we previously thought. There is alot of expectation for this blackberry-esque shaped device complete with trackbell to make its way to our dear magenta. I … [read full article]