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T-Mobile Rocket 3.0 42Mbps 4G USB modem hands-on

May 26th, 2011

Earlier this week T-Mobile announced the Rocket 3.0, a new USB data stick built by ZTE that’s capable of running on T-Mobile’s new upgraded 42Mbps HSPA+ 4G network. As our luck would have it, the friendly FedEx guy just dropped off the Rocket 3.0. T-Mobile’s newly upgraded 42Mbps network is available in new markets 55 markets, …

T-Mobile’s Jet 2.0 to launch March 23rd with 21Mbps HSPA+

March 16th, 2011

According to intel garnered by blog TmoNews, T-Mobile will be releasing its Jet 2.0 4G laptop stick on March 23rd. Updated to take advantage of the company’s 21Mbps HSPA+, 4G network, the webConnect device contains  a microSD card slot for easy file sharing and fold-away USB port for easy storage. T-Mobile’s billing the device as …

T-Mobile intros new 10GB data plan

March 14th, 2011

T-Mobile has introduced a new Even More 10GB webConnect monthly data plan, although it costs a hair more than was suggested by early rumors. For $84.99 per month and a new two-year agreement, you’ll get a 10GB bucket of data and unlimited Wi-Fi access at T-Mobile hotspots with your 3G or 4G webConnect device. T-Mobile …

T-Mobile overhauling data plans, adds 10GB webConnect option

March 8th, 2011

Intel gathered by blog TmoNews suggests that the nation’s fourth largest wireless carrier, T-Mobile, will be revamping its webConnect data plans. The new monthly offerings will offer users 200MB, 5GB, and 10GB of data, and retail for $29.99, $49.99 and $79.99 respectively. The new webConnect plans, which will take affect March 13th, will also allow …

T-Mobile launches 3G webConnect Laptop Stick

March 25th, 2009

It took a while, but it’s finally here: T-Mobile has announced the launch of the 3G webConnect laptop USB stick. While other carriers have already been offering similar products for quite some time, T-Mobile users can enjoy 3G speeds with one from their very own carrier. Of course, we all know that T-Mobile’s 3G footprint …

Launch details for T-Mobile’s first USB modem emerge

February 22nd, 2009

While several other North American carriers are tossing around tales of LTE development and blazing 4G speeds, T-Mobile looks to be preparing its first entry into the realm of 3G USB modems. No matter though, T-Mobile’s 3G network is so young we’d probably fall off our seats if the company started talking about 4G beyond …