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T-Mobile and Sprint will merge to create competition for 5G network

T-Mobile StoreT-Mobile and Sprint are looking to merge and are looking to capitalise their combined markets to create a nationwide 5G network. The 5G network is the next generation of mobile internet with speeds of between 15x to 100x faster than 4G networks.

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More Product Services are Coming to T-Mobile

  • 10/08/2011 at 18:05 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Technology

T-Mobile HeadquarterLast week T-Mobile declared that the company will soon have an expansion of their Direct Carrier Billing department, in order to support a good number of digital products. These services simply allow customers to buy from their preferred web browsers directly and pay whatever they have purchased when they receive their T-Mobile bills.

People will have a good range of options and selections with this kind of T-Mobile feature.  Customers can actually buy games, social networking credits for music and other applications from their T-Mobile phones, tablets, and any computer that happens to be hooked up to T-Mobile network.

This wonderful feature that is being offered by T-Mobile will be available next month. Once the Direct Carrier Billing is active, customers will have the chance to check the different options during their checkout process.

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Buying Phones at Full Price Might Pay Off with T-Mobile

T-Mobile LogoGood news for all T-Mobile customers: signing up for their services and paying for a new device in full now comes with new “value”, which started this past July 24. With this offer, customers will now be able to purchase a new device with unsubsidized costs or with monthly installment payments.

The cheapest Value plan starts at $39 per month with 500 minutes worth of calls and unlimited texting. Value mobile broadband plans are also available for family lines starting at $49.99 per line. Customers may also bring used phones in exchange of this exclusive offer. Upon the release of the Value plans, the plans currently offered as “Even More” plans will be known as “Classic”.

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T-Mobile G2 was officially announced today

T-Mobile G2When T-Mobile G1 was released, everybody became happy because it was a mobile device built with Google and HTC help. It happened in 2008 and since then no one ever complained about this phone.

Today we are more than happy to find out that earlier, during a press release made at Washington, T-Mobile announced they will soon release G2 phone.

T-Mobile G2 delivers 4G  speeds same as HTC Evo or Samsung Epic, but over HSPA+ network and is built on Android 2.2 Froyo platform.

The 3.7-inches display has 16M colors(G1 had 65k) and is featuring accelerometer sensor, swype text input, multi-touch input method. Like his younger brother, G2 has a QWERTY keyboard which unveils each time you slide the phone to the right side.

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Latest T-Mobile smartphone is myTouch 3G Slide

T-Mobile myTouch 3G SlideIt’s been a while since T-Mobile made noise with their G1 mobile phone, one of the first device created also with the help of Google. In 2008, G1 was a test for Google to know if they are prepared for cellphones niche. Later, in 2010 Google released their own mobile phone called Nexus One, built with HTC help.

Even if T-Mobile doesn’t got the experience other have(Nokia), they are a mobile phone producer since 2006. After four year of developing phones on their own or with other help, in June they released another smart phone called myTouch 3G Slide.

From the beginning we can see that the TFT display has a normal size, 3.4 inches and supports a 480 x 320 pixel resolution with 262k colors. Under the display we have four buttons: Home, Menu, Back, G-button and an optical pad in the middle. Sliding the phone to the right side will make you discover the four row QWERTY keyboard which looks quite stylish.

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T-Mobile announce Dash 3G


T-Mobile has officially announced the new mobile phone called Dash 3G. The phone has 3G support and Windows Mobile 6.1 operating system.

We also discover that the phone is designed by HTC and comes with classic Blackberry trackball and a full QWERTY keyboard.

Dash 3G key features:

  • Display with QVGA resolution and up to 65k colors.
  • 2 Megapixel camera
  • Support for microSD card(up to 16GB)
  • 528MHz CPU with 192MB of RAM
  • Windows Mobile 6.1 OS
  • Connectivity options: 3G, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP.

The phone will hit USA stores this July and till the end of this year will be available worldwide. We don’t know yet and estimated price.

Read more here.

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Inside T-Mobile G1

t-mobile-g1It’s been released in 2008 and it’s been included by Times Magazin into the Best Gadgets of 2008 list. I just want to know why so I will try to do my best reviewing it.

Let’s start this review saying that G1 comes with Android(Google) software and doesn’t need more explanations as it developed together with companies such as: Asus, HTC, LG, Garmin, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Toshiba.

So, the display is an TFT touchscreen one with 65k colors and a resolution of 320×480, perfect to touch, swipe the phone and explore it’s various applications. You slide the phone horizontally and you will discover a QWERTY keyboard, just in case you want to write e-mails or navigate through the internet easier.

T-Mobile G1 has a list of interesting applications:

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