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T-Mobile Loyalty Unlimited Plan Goes National

Remember those unlimited voice plans from T-Mobile? Well, they're real. $49.99/month for unlimited voice on a single line and $89.99/month on a two-line family plan. The add-on's are pretty sweet too with $24.99 unlimited data and $9.99 unlimited messaging, all in all it seems like a very good...

New T-Mobile G1 Commercial Leaves Steve Speechless

< p style="text-align: center;"> We've seen this new T-Mobile G1 commercial on TV lately but it just recently popped up on T-Mobile's youtube channel for everyone's viewing pleasure. While the first G1 commercial focused on what the G1 can do, this spot sheds light on all the positive...

HTC Magic Passes Through the FCC

Engadget reports that the HTC Magic went through the FCC to go through what the FCC does to hot item gadgets--inspect 'em. Though the HTC Magic doesn't have T-Mobile 3G capable bands (1700MHz) we can surely expect two different regional models in the future (the G1 did that). We're not sure if this...

AT&T CEO Talks About Android

Currently, AT&T is conspicuously missing in the Open Handset Alliance which is particularly damaging considering how large the AT&T network is. Android is reaching less customers because of T-Mobile's considerably smaller footprint. In an interview with Engadget Mobile, AT&T Mobility...

Mysterious Huawei Android Phone Heading to T-Mobile Q3 2009 ?

Remember Huawei's Android Phone at MWC? It was shrouded in mystery because though it was on display, it was merely a non-working prototype. We had originally reported that Huawei expected to release the device in Q3 2009 and that time frame is starting to look more and more like a reality....

Google's Demo Reveals HTC Magic is the T-Mobile G2 ?

We've been calling the HTC Magic the T-Mobile G2 around these parts because well, to us it already made sense. The HTC Magic was codenamed the Sapphire which was supposed to be the G2. And since Vodafone (and not T-Mobile, whom have the 'G' rights) is carrying the HTC Magic outside of the US it...

T-Mobile To Offer $50 Unlimited Plan

T-Mobile is reportedly planning to offer a number of new plan and pricing options to their customers. According to a leaked screenshot, you'll have some great deals from the carrier. We're talking $50/month for unlimited anytime minutes with long distance, voicemail, three-way calling, and caller...

T-Mobile To Cover 200 Million In 3G Glory

It's no secret that T-Mobile has the weakest 3G Coverage nationwide. You can fault them for arriving late to the 3G party but you can't deny their effort since rolling out T-Mobile 3G Networks across the country. Now for the year 2009, T-Mobile has lofty goals--to cover 200 million Americans with...

The G2 is The HTC Magic is The HTC Sapphire, Coming To Vodafone?

We're not quite sure what to make of these HTC Magic images other than the fact that they look ridiculously similar to the device previously known as the Sapphire. If you didn't know, the Sapphire was reported to be the fabled G2, so if G2=Sapphire and Sapphire=Magic...that must mean the Magic is...

T-Mobile Offering No Activation Fees February 13-16

Great news! From February 13th through February 16th T-Mobile is going to waive all activation fees AND upgrade fees for "qualified purchases". We have no idea what "qualified purchases" actually means so we're just going to think of this offer as a Valentine's Weekend Special of sorts. Supposedly...

Pay Off Your T-Mobile G1 In Installments

In another case of T-Mobile looking out for the customer, they've just announced their Equipment Installment Plan which allows you to pay off your T-Mobile handheld and/or accessories in four installments. Given our current economic state, this could potentially do wonders for those not prepared...

T-Mobile Is #1 In Customer Service Once Again

Before we moved over to the G1 & T-Mobile, we were AT&T users. So imagine our shock when we first called into T-Mobile customer service to ask some basic questions regarding the G1. The T-Mobile people were just. so. nice. A lot of people make a big deal about T-Mobile's excellent customer...

T-Mobile G1 Gets A Firmware Update! Not Cupcake but RC33

Hip hip hooray! T-Mobile is rolling out an update to the T-Mobile G1! Yay! Wait, what? It's not Cupcake!? Then what is it!? Chances are that's what is going on in your mind right now. We were supposed to get Cupcake by the end of January. January is over, still no cupcake. Not even close. This...

T-Mobile Promising More Android "G" Phones

According to Neville Ray, T-Mobile USA's senior VP of engineering and operations, there's more Android G-series goodness on the way, and possibly soon. Although he was mainly talking about T-Mobile doubling their 3G coverage, his hand tipped a little and he couldn't help but blurt out, "we will...

T-Mobile Releases Q4 2008 Subscriber Numbers

T-Mobile just announced its subscriber numbers for Q4 2008: “In the fourth quarter of 2008, T-Mobile USA added 621,000 net new customers compared to 670,000 in the third quarter of 2008 and 951,000 in the fourth quarter of 2007. T-Mobile USA’s gross customer addition growth in 2008 compared to...

How Fast Smartphones Hit The 1 Million Mark

The 1 million sales mark is a pretty good barometer in determining early success, popularity, and consumer interest in a particular smartphone model. Obviously it has its pitfalls in that gauging such short term success ignores longevity and overall success but it does serve us pretty well when...

Unofficial Multi-Touch for Android

You may have heard the rumor and conjecture about Android supporting multi-touch in the not-too-distant future. Well, if you are a brave soul and are willing to gain root access on your beloved Android T-Mobile G1 device, then multi-touch may be ready for you sooner than you think. Although...

Watch Out For Fake G2, Dream, Second Android Devices

Since Android is open-source and requires no licensing costs, there will surely be plenty of Android devices in the future. But currently, the only smartphone that runs Android is the T-Mobile G1. Sure, there have been rumors, reports, and pictures about the T-Mobile G2 (code name: Sapphire) but...

T-Mobile G1 Available in ALL U.S. Markets Tomorrow!

Good news for those who have patiently awaited T-Mobile G1 Android availability in their non-3G market. If you'll recall, the G1's release on T-Mo's network was limited to stores in 3G markets ONLY, really dumping the rain on the parade of would-be G1 consumers who found nary a G1 in their stores...

T-Mobile Has No Immediate Cupcake Release Plans ?

Uh oh. This isn't good. According to a post by the T-Mobile Support Forums administrator, the Cupcake Update to Android is not currently planned for release to T-Mobile G1 users. Contrary to reports that claim Cupcake would come to the T-Mobile G1 at the end of this month, a message sent to the T...

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