A new 3G card coming to T-Mobile?

By: T-Marco May 25th, 2009

new-3g-card2After the USB stick Modem we told you first here, here and here. Now seams that probably T-Mobile will launch another 3G modem, but this time is going to be a card.


FCC just passed a new 3G card with T-Mobile USA 3G bands. This new card has Dualband GSM/EGE  (850 and 1900 )and Quadband HSDPA (850, 1700/2100 and 1900 )

We don’t have any official information about launching date or price.

Just Stay tuned for more information.

Filed Under: Featured, T-Mobile News

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7 Responses to “A new 3G card coming to T-Mobile?”

  1. greenblood on May 25th, 2009 10:02 pm

    it may come as generic, not for any carrier
    because it has penta-3G (band I/II/IV/V/VIII)

  2. Pocket.Info - Mobile News on May 27th, 2009 12:51 pm

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