Huawei UMG366, an HSPA+ Rotatable USB stick for T-Mobile?

By: t-marco January 13th, 2011

Continuing with T-Mobile’s HSPA+ expansion, FCC just passed, what looks to be, another HSPA+ USB modem for T-Mobile, the Huawei UMG366.  Seams like all the UMG Huawei models end it up going to T-MO’s Network. First we had the UMG 1691 aka Web Connect Jet, then UMG 181 aka Web Connect .

Now the UMG 366 will feature HSPA+ is a rotatable USB stick that can reach up to 21mbps.  So far, this USB stick does not have a name, maybe Web Connect 4G?. Stay tuned for more information.

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FCC passed the first T-Mobile 4G Mobile Hotspot, ZTE MF61

By: t-marco December 24th, 2010

FCC just today passed the first 4G Mobile Hotspot for T-Mobile USA. This is the ZTE MF61.The MF61 from Chinese manufacturer ZTE is pretty clearly labeled “T-Mobile 4G Mobile Hotspot”. It will features quadband GSM/EDGE, HSPA+ band IV and WiFi b/g/n. Now T-Mobile can compete with AT&T, Verizon and Sprint. As you know so far, T-Mobile is the only company that does not offer Mobile hotspot devices .

Stay tuned for more information.


T-Mobile launched webConnect Rocket 2.0, HSPA+ USB modem

By: t-marco August 4th, 2010

Today T-Mobile launched the first HSPA+ full capable USB modem, the new webConnect Rocket 2.0. The webConnect Rocket 2.0 laptop stick features a convenient, space-saving swivel USB connector and works on T-Mobile’s advanced network, letting you connect at 4G speeds. You’ll experience data transfer speeds noticeably faster than typical 3G speeds on the T-Mobile HSPA+ network*. Plus, a built-in T-Mobile connection manager self-installs on PC laptops and Macs, to make it even easier to go from zero to fast! The webConnect data plans include unlimited Wi-Fi access on T-Mobile’s HotSpot network at thousands of locations nationwide.

This is also, the first USB modem with AWS and 1900-850 3G bands making the webConnect Rocket 2.0 a worldwide USB modem.

Price? 49.99 dollars with 2 years contract


T-Mobile webConnect Rocket 2.0 ready to take off

By: t-marco July 22nd, 2010

Just recently, T-Mobile announced the expansion of its HSPA+ network or 3.5 G reaching 4G speeds. Besides the phones that T-Mobile already has offering 3.5 G speeds, T-Mobile will offer a new USB modem called webConnnect Rocket 2.0 as we told you first before. Featuring a new rotating swivel USB form factor, the webConnect Rocket 2.0 is designed to deliver the same home broadband experience on the go as its predecessor, so customers can surf the Web, download large files or watch video from a laptop anytime on-the-go with a blazing-fast connection. The webConnect Rocket 2.0 enables customers to take full advantage of T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network in areas where the service is available-delivering 4G speeds.

Price : Possibly 199 with 2 years contract.

T-Mobile webConnect Rocket 2.0 in the works!!, 850,1900, 1700 and 2100 3G bands

By: t-marco May 27th, 2010

Few days ago, T-Mobile just announced the availability of its 3.5/4G Network in the Northeast. Speed test can easily can reach up to 21mbps. T-Mobile also said that speed can be considered 4G.  Continuing with its HSPA+ network, T-Mobile is working in a new USB modem, this time is the webConnect Rocket 2.0.

This new USB modem made by ZTE (MF-691) can work in in HSPA+/HSUPA/HSDPA/WCDMA(Band I,II, IV and V) /EDGE/GPRS/GSM(quadband) networks. Services available : SMS service, Data service, Applications management,Support up to 16GB microSD card, etc.

Speed test :

HSUPA: 5.76Mbps max DL

HSDPA: 7.2Mbps DL
HSPA+: 21Mbps DL

Stay tuned for more information about time and price about this new USB modem webConnect Rocket 2.0

Gallery after the jump!!

T-Mobile will launch 21Mbps with WebConnect Rocket and HTC HD2

By: t-marco February 16th, 2010

T-Mobile is planing to launch a new service HSPA+ up to 21Mbps next month. To do that, T-Mobile will need a few phones or usb modems capable to get that speed. One will be the new HTC HD2 coming next month too.  The HTC HD2 will be pre-loaded with the Transformers movie 1 and 2, a Blockbuster applications, capable to download movies. Barnes & Noble do download books, magazines and newspapers and MobiTV applications to watch live TV.

T-Mobile also is planing to launch another USB modem. Few days ago we told you about the new WebConnect Glide, now, its time for the Rocket, capable to get speeds up to 21Mbps. It’ll be hitting in March, though exact dates and prices for either have yet to be revealed.

Check out the T-Mobile HD2 website is already up Here

T-Mobile will launch a new USB modem, WebConnect Glide, Huawei UMG 1691

By: t-marco February 10th, 2010

T-Mobile is adding new phone recently, like the new color refresh of the Samsung Gravity 2, Nokia Nuron 5230, and soon a new Android phone from Motorola, The Cliq XT with physical keyboard. Now T-Mobile is preparing a new USB modem. Not Happy with the Jet, the magenta carrier will launch the WebConnect Glide or UMG 1691.  The new USB modem will feature Quadband GSM/EDGE, compatible with HSDPA/HSUPA. As other USB modems, the WebConnect Glide will feature a slot for a micro SD memory card, up to 8GB.  Not official news from T-Mobile about when or price the Glide will be released. So stay tune for more information.

ZTE USB Modem ready for T-Mobile 3G bands

By: t-marco December 9th, 2009

zte mf633t

FCC just passed a new USB modem compatible with T-Mobile 3G bands Band IV (1700/2100). If this ZTE finally lands on T-Mobile USA, it will be the third USB modem for the magenta carrier.

The new MF633 T USB modem features 2.0 USB, compatible with Windows Vista and XP, and Mac OSX. Services like SMS, Data applications manager. HSUPA until 7.2 Mbps and MicroSD storage up to 32 Gb.

Stay tuned for more information about the new USB modem possibly coming to T-Mobile