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[20 Mar 2011 | 2 Comments | ]

AT&T wasted no time in buying T-Mobile while Sprint were supposedly eyeing T-Mo. This is indeed great news for the consumers given the hassles with iPhone unlocking in the US GSM market. The 1700 GSM band that T-Mobile used exclusively for 3G network barred many iPhone users to compromise on data speeds to settle for EDGE speeds.
We can now expect the latest and greatest from Google and Apple – Android and iOS.
T-Mobile users, DON’T upgrade or buy any hardware from T-Mobile for now!
Full story here

3G, ATT, google, T-Mobile »

[31 Dec 2009 | 3 Comments | ]

Google’s Nexus One is one of the spiffiest mobile devices ever, packed with a 1GHz Snapdragon processor and 512 MB RAM. Hardware like this can definitely compete¬†head-on¬†with Apple’s iPhone 3GS.
Take a quick look at Nexus One’s capabilities :

Nexus One’s 3G Data Support : T-Mobile or AT&T?
The power packed Nexus One has support for Quad band Voice networks
GSM/Edge : 850/900/1800/1900 MHz (Quad Band Voice and EDGE Data support – T-Mobile and AT&T in USA)
HSPA : 900/1700/2100 MHz (Only T-Mobile in USA, No AT&T)
Google chose T-Mobile for providing faster data support in …

apple, iphone, iPhone Plan, T-Mobile »

[14 Mar 2008 | One Comment | ]

iPhone has been released in Austria by T-Mobile Austria with a price tag of 399 Euros for 8GB and 499 Euros for 16GB. Tariff Plans Information can be found here. Followed by the Austrian release iphone has also been released in Ireland by O2 Ireland with the same price tags. Unlike O2 UK, the tariff plans of O2 Ireland do not include visual voice mail, free Wi- fi and even an Unlimited Data Plan. More Information regarding the O2 Ireland tariff plans can be found here

ATT, German iPhone, T-Mobile »

[24 Jan 2008 | One Comment | ]

Amidst all this heated 1.1.3 firmware discussion, my utterly cautious friend Felipe who survived with 1.0.2 firmware ever since he bought it here at the United States had a panic attack when the iPhone stopped keeping track of the SIM in his unlocked iPhone when he reached Germany!! It was not reporting any SIM errors, not even incorrect SIM nor no SIM or the like. Then we had to some virginizing, restore and unlock of the iPhone. He got a Mac so it made things easier for a remote tech …