After much review and anticipation, the coveted G-Slate has finally made its way to the west and is available for purchase via T-Mobile. The tags still put the device at $530, which includes a 2-year contract. While we’re not yet sure how to exercise this option, there’s a suggested retail price of $750 as well. [...]Continue Reading →
April 15th marked the day T-Mobile USA launched its first dual-core smartphone – the LG G2X. Currently, the handset is available online, but it’ll be available in stores by April 20, which also happens to be the day the Samsung Sidekick 4G ought to be launched.
The G2X is available for $199.99, and it comes with [...]
On April 15, 2011 By James Wood
It’s completely understandable if you went for the T-Mobile G2 primarily for the Android upgrades it’s comes with. Knowing HTC and the device’s near stock build, releasing Gingerbread was almost expected at the time, just after the device was introduced.
It was almost as if it was intentionally done to make people anticipate the coming of [...]
On April 13, 2011 By James Wood
T-Mobile’s new Unlimited plans have finally gone official. The two plans are a $79.99/month plan for Even More customers (those who buy a subsidized phone on contract) and a $59.99/month plan for Even More Plus customers (those who have their own phone, with no contract). Both plans offer unlimited talk, text, data, and a [...]Continue Reading →
While it was reported that the HTC Flyer, the company’s 7” Android tab, would come out this summer as the HTC EVO View 4G under Sprint, it certainly didn’t stop other carriers from releasing the device under its device’s original title, except that it doesn’t have 4G to WiMax connectivity.
There are promotions going around suggesting [...]
AT&T just entered into a contract with Deutsche Telekom where AT&T is set to buy T-Mobile USA for a total of $39 Billion, as announced by both companies on March 20, 2011, when the board of directors of each company approved such an agreement.
The carrier’s user base is expected to swell to about 130 million [...]
T-Mobile, with the help of Samsung, revive the Sidekick, powering it with Android and bringing it back with HSPA+ capability. The carrier made this announcement just a couple of weeks after it announced that its cloud-based Danger (a Microsoft subsidiary) service will be officially terminated this coming May 31, 2011.
T-Mobile’s new Sidekick 4G comes with [...]
One of the most common questions going around the consumer public right now is whether T-Mobile will be getting the LG Optimus 2X. It’s been said before and who knows how many times by mobile news experts, but the answer is yes.
The repeated questioning may be due to lack of proof. In that case, then [...]
On March 6, 2011 By James Wood
Just recently T-Mobile USA declared that it would intend to ease transitions from a Sidekick to other devices right after it announced that Sidekick data services would be taken down by May 31. Now the information regarding the matter has leaked into the hands of the public.
A letter from one Sidekick owner says that they’re [...]
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