Archive for the 'T-Mobile' Category

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T-Mobile Tests Dual Wi-Fi and Cell Service

October 25th, 2006

Yesterday T-Mobile became the first major mobile phone carrier in the United States to begin offering service that allows a single handset to communicate over both cellular networks and Wi-Fi hot spots. The first phones, which are available to consumers in Seattle on a trial basis, link to T-Mobile’s cellular network outdoors and to Wi-Fi [...]

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Nokia and T-Mobile Release 6133

October 23rd, 2006

Nokia announced today the release of the new 6133 now available from T-Mobile. The 6133 is a small yet powerful handset offering features normally not found in handset that is the size of a credit card. The 6133 is a myFaves capable phone which offers easy access to your five myFaves contacts for unlimited nationwide [...]

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T-Mobile #1 for the fewest dropped calls?

October 2nd, 2006

Is it possible that two major wireless providers can claim to be number one? According to T-Mobile, they are now number one offering the fewest dropped calls nationwide as well as best call clarity. According to the fine print T-Mobile can now make that claim. Clearest sounding calls nationwide’ and ‘Fewest dropped calls’ claims based [...]

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T-Mobile Introduces MyFaves Calling Plans

October 2nd, 2006

Starting today T-Mobile subscribers can take advantage of a new calling feature available to them titled MyFaves. Similar to Alltel’s My Circle, MyFaves allows unlimited calling to your five most dialed numbers, any calls to or from members of you MyFaves group will not count against your in plan minutes. MyFaves rate plans pricing starts [...]

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T-Mobile to Drop Catherine Zeta-Jones and Promote Internet Phones

September 26th, 2006

The Wall Street Journal reports today that T-Mobile USA plans to drop its celebrity pitchwoman, Catherine Zeta-Jones. T-Mobile is expected to launch new services including a next generation Internet Phone that will allow subscribers to connect from home internet connections and in T-Mobile’s Wi-Fi hot spots. The new initiatives will be followed by a major [...]

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T-Mobile and RIM Introduce the BlackBerry Pearl

September 7th, 2006

T-Mobile USA and Research In Motion announced today news of the ultra-sleek BlackBerry Pearl. The Pearl is unlike any previous BlackBerry handheld ever released. Offering a unique trackball style center navigation key, 1.3 mega-pixel camera and multimedia capabilities, RIM is definitely looking to break into a new market for its devices. Pearl features include: 1.3 [...]