AT&T fights for T-Mobile acquisition, will increase iPhone service

By: t-marco March 30th, 2011

According with the Bloomberg report, AT&T defends its position of acquire T-Mobile USA will increase competition, improved voice and date and will bring iPhone 4 to the 39 million T-Mobile customers.

“This transaction is very instrumental,” Stephenson said. “Virtually on the day you close the deal, getting a 30 percent lift in capacity in New York City: that’s a significant improvement in call quality and data throughput.”

“This is an intensely competitive industry,” he said. “It is intense before we do this transaction, it will be intense after we do this transaction.”

AT&T said on March 20 it had agreed to buy T-Mobile USA from Deutsche Telekom AG, in a deal that would combine the second- and fourth-largest U.S. wireless operators to create the country’s largest. The acquisition, which would leave three major national wireless players including Verizon Wireless and Sprint Nextel Corp., is subject to regulatory approval.

Sprint, the third-largest U.S. wireless provider, said March 28 it would seek to have the deal blocked by U.S. agencies. The transaction is anti-competitive and would result in an industry dominated by two carriers, the company said.

 

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Get SoundHound Infinity for free using Amazon App Store

By: t-marco March 30th, 2011

As you know, not only Android Market is the only place to buy applications. Now Amazon application store is the best and sometime the only option to buy Android applications for countries where you can’t  them. For those that live in some countries where Google still does not offer paid applications, you guys should try Amazon App Store.

Everyday Amazon offers a paid app for free. Today Amazon is offering the SoundHound Unlimited for free. Original price is US$ 4.99. Just for today grab it totally for free.

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HTC Flyer coming to T-Mobile USA?

By: t-marco March 28th, 2011

According with PocketNow, appears that the new android tablet is hitting to T-Mobile USA.  The maganta company, is still pushing hard to the tablet market. Not satisfied with the Dell Streak, Samsung Galaxy tab and the LG Slate, T-Mobile seams to introduce to USA the new HTC Flyer tablet.

 

The new HTC Flyer tablet is  conveniently compact and light for travel, yet amazingly powerful, the HTC Flyer tablet with a 7″ display and a superfast 1.5 GHz processor is perfect for web browsing at home, in the car or on a business trip. To make it even better, it features Adobe Flash support, multi-window browsing with pinch to zoom, and a clever quick look-up that lets you tap into Wikipedia, Youtube and other web resources.

The Flyer will ship in Q2 2011 with Android Gingerbread 2.4 on board.

 

Stay tuned for more information

T-Mobile 4G Mobile Hotspot as a coming soon on Tmo page

By: t-marco March 23rd, 2011

This is not new news, but T-Mobile just posted on its website the new and first MiFi, T-Mobile 4G mobile hotspot as a coming soon.T-Mobile is preparing to launch a new 4G device. But this time, is not a phone. This is the first mifi device for the magente. The ZTE MF61 or T-Mobile Mobile 4G Hotspot. This new toy will have access to T-Mobile’s nationwide 4G Network. It will provide WiFi up to 5 devices. Broadcast 802,11 b/g, VPN support, Micro SDHC card slot.

The new T-Mobile Mobile Hotstpot 4G will e available in the coming days

T-Mobile rolls out HSPA+ 42Mbps in Vegas, NY and Orlando

By: t-marco March 23rd, 2011

T-Mobile has just announced that it intends to double the theoretical download speeds of its DC-HSPA+ network from 21Mbps to 42Mbps in 25 markets by June 2011.

The first  lucky cities  are Las Vegas, New York and Orlando; these networks have been upgraded with immediate effect. They will be ‘closely followed’ by Chicago and further expansion of the New York network into Long Island and Northern New Jersey. By mid-year, T-Mobile estimates that around 140 million Americans in 25 different markets will benefit from increased transmission speeds.

 

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T-Mobile announces Lg Optimus 2x aka G2X

By: t-marco March 23rd, 2011

T-Mobile just announced the new G2X aka LG Optimus 2x. LG Optimus 2X that the G2x is based upon, and there are very few differences when it comes to hardware. The T-Mobile G2x looks all the world like a regular Euro-spec Optimus 2X, except for that T-Mobile logo on the front. Inside there are a few other upgrades, too, including U.S. 3G frequency band support.

The G2x packs  4G HSPA+ connectivity from T-Mobile,  Wi-Fi. The G2x also offers handsfree Bluetooth 2.1 connectivity for users that want to listen to their music without being tethered, though it also comes with a standard 3.5mm headphone jack on-board.

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LG Optimus 2X aka T-Mobile G2X cought by Engadget

By: t-marco March 21st, 2011

CTIA 2011 is coming and Engadget has some news for T-Mobile customers..at least for the next 12 months. LG together with T-MO are planing to release the firs dual core Android phone in the USA, the G2X aka LG Optimus 2X. This is not the first time we hear that the Optimus 2x will hit USA land and via T-Mobile.

The T-Mobile G2x is the world’s first Tegra-2 phone which is a dual-core processor that will run Android 2.2 (and 2.3 upon upgrade) at lightning speeds.

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will my T-Mobile monthly wireless bill increase after merging with AT&T?

By: t-marco March 21st, 2011

Probably this is the biggest question that every T-Mobile customers have. Yesterday AT&T agreed to buy T-Mobile USA directly from DT (Germany). But How this is really affect the wireless industry in the USA? O better how this is going to affect T-MO’s customers after the merging?.

Coverage : Analysts said that the combination of the two networks would likely provide a strong nationwide network.

Plans : it looks like a huge disadvantage for customers . AT&T is a carrier with higher plan prices. Absorbing  a smaller rival with more competitive definitely will affect us in some way.

LTE vs HSPA+ : “Merging the two networks means that you’re going to have a nationwide 3G and 4G network that’s really able to serve almost Americans,” AT&T said it would be able to bring a high-speed 4G connection to 95 percent of the U.S. population.

Phones : Definitely AT&T has more options in phones, and like probably many are expecting.. the iPhone 4 and soon the iPhone 5. But this it won happen until the fusion is complete, so in one year.

Is definitely your choice to remain as T-Mo customer or just leave and chose Verizon or Sprint.. but just wait, this will take 12 months until AT&T absorb T-Mobile USA.