Pricing details of T-Mobile’s new plans

By: t-marco October 21st, 2009

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T-Mobile is cooking something called project dark or black and, that includes, besides getting new phones with monthly payments, new unlimited plans. EVEN MORE and EVEN MORE PLUS plans are coming soon. What is the difference. We will explain you now with more details.

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T-Mobile announced Blackberry Bold 9700

By: t-marco October 21st, 2009

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T-Mobile USA, Inc. today announced the upcoming availability of the BlackBerry Bold 9700 with Wi-Fi Calling from T-Mobile. It will be the first 3G-powered BlackBerry smartphone available through T-Mobile USA, and also the first smartphone from Research In Motion that includes built-in support for both 3G connectivity and voice calls over Wi-Fi.

RIM is getting ready for the Bold 9700

By: t-marco October 21st, 2009

Blackberry Bold 9700

RIM is preparing for the big announcement, the new Blackberry Bold series, 9700. The Blackberry Bold 9700 is going to be the first 3G Blackberry for T-Mobile USA ( HSDPA bands 2100/1700 and 850). The Blackberry Bold 9700 features a 480 x 360 display, best QWERTY keyboard in the world, an optical trackpad, 3.2-megapixel camera with autofocus, flash and zoom, 1500mAh battery, HSDPA, WiFi, Bluetooth, and BlackBerry OS 5.0. Pricing remains unknown, but the website says that the smartphone will become available on Nov 11th.

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Motorola preparing a new phone, The Devour

By: t-marco October 20th, 2009

Motorola Devour

Motorola has just launched, only for T-Mobile costumers, the new Motorola Cliq or Dext for other markets. The second is the Sholes, exclusively offered by Verizon Wireless. But, we now that Motorola is planing to launch even more phones. The third  new Motorola phone (maybe Android)  is called Devour, recently passed by WiFi alliance.

Facebook 1.7 for Blackberry already available

By: t-marco October 19th, 2009

facebook 1.7 for Blackberry

The new Facebook 1.7 for BlackBerry is available to download it for free. The update isn’t live on App World just yet, but you can download it by visiting or on your browser or Blackberry application world.

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Motorola Cliq available for upgrade starting today!

By: t-marco October 19th, 2009

motorola cliq upgrade

Today, the new Android phone, the Motorola Cliq is available for existing costumers via upgrade. There were rumors about that  only pre-orders would be taken today, but it appears for all the world that T-Mobile is ready to start shipping the CLIQ to its loyal customers ahead of the November 2nd full release date.

Prices start from  $199.99 on a two-year agreement and 449.99 without extension of your contract.

T-Mobile ad confirms Project Dark-Black

By: t-marco October 16th, 2009

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A leaked picture of some T-Mobile advertising which looks to be a part of Project Dark/Black has emerged, and kind of confirms about the speculation about a 50 dollars plan for unlimited voice and data.

The slogan: “coverage you need, price you want” seams that T-Mobile really is pushing itself to give and upgrade the coverage, putting more cell towers and speed up their 3G network, probably till 21Mbps. And not only that, price i want? maybe The 50 Dollars for unlimited voice, data and text plan is just in the corner. ” The handset you crave”, pretty much we know what we crave, especially after the official announcements of the Motorola Cliq, Blackberry Bold 9700 and The Samsung Behold 2. The Nokia N900 for now its only available via, but we think T-Mobile will announce this phone soon and, it will be included in the list.

If the 50 dollars unlimited plan is real, i believe so,  we jut hope it would be available also with the phone listed above.

Screenshot of Nokia N900 running on T-Mobile’s 3G network, fast as 2.26 Mb/s down

By: t-marco October 15th, 2009

N900 on the t-mobile network

Mark Guim from The Nokia Blog just  got a Nokia  N900, which has 1700 MHz 3G network used by T-Mobile USA. 2.26 Mb/s download, 0.34 Mb/s upload, ping time of 174 ms. That’s fast, almost double the speed of current fastest operator in America.