It’s October 4th and we all know what that means, iPhone Day! Well, I’m sure you have heard already but T-Mobile will NOT be receiving an iPhone this year. Big win for the Android faithful, but what does this mean for the carrier on a whole?
The following is a guest post by a fellow blogger. The opinions of the author are not necessarily the opinions of TmoNews.com Our beloved Magenta had been suffering from a lack of good smart phones in their line-up. This summer could see some drastic changes and those changes could actually propel the company into the race and might even allow it to take the lead. We start our journey with the T-Mobile G1, followed by the myTouch … [read full article]
Notice: Everything that follows is an opinion, which we are all entitled to. You know the deal, we put up our opinions, then you leave your comments to start “discussion.” Today’s topic, though, will surely bring some heated debate. So buckle up and head on past the break, this one may take a while. If you don’t want to read it all, skip to the second to last paragraph.
As I caught word this morning that AT&T was going to begin requiring customers to “swallow” $20 a month in data I am absolutely taken back. Look, I have come to accept data charges are now a requirement for most carriers for data devices and I don’t disagree with the policy. I am a member of the camp that subscribes to the notion that users who buy and use these devices should have a data plan, … [read full article]