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iPhone 5 Comes to T-Mobile Friday With New $0 Down Trade-In Offer

 Delivering on its Un-carrier promise to change how wireless is done in America, T-Mobile USA, Inc. today announced it will supplement its amazing iPhone 5 upfront pricing with a special trade-in offer when the revolutionary smartphone arrives in T-Mobile stores this Friday, April 12.

“Our message to iPhone 4S and iPhone 4 customers is simple: bring in your device and trade up to iPhone 5 on T-Mobile,” said Mike Sievert, chief marketing officer for T-Mobile. “We’re making it incredibly attractive to buy an iPhone 5 by pairing an un-beatable upfront price and trade-in offer with Simple Choice, the most hassle-free and affordable rate plan in wireless.”

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Opera launches the Opera Mobile Store, available in over 200 Countries

Oslo, Norway – March 8, 2011
Opera Software, the leading provider of mobile browsers around the world, today announced that the Opera Mobile Store is now open and available at This storefront is a featured Speed Dial link in the Opera Mini and Opera Mobile browsers, which makes the storefront immediately accessible by more than 100 million people who use an Opera browser on their mobile phones. The Opera Mobile Store has been built and delivered through a strategic partnership with Appia, the leading provider of open application marketplace technology.
[Read More...] Announces Inclusive Calls Abroad to T-Mobile FLEXT Customers

London, United Kingdom, December 08, 2009 --( brings the world closer, as T-mobile Flext customers can make inclusive calls abroad using their monthly allowance on access numbers. T-mobile now include calls to 0844 numbers in their customers' Flext allowance. For UK customers, this means that T-mobile customers can use access numbers to make inclusive calls to many of the service provider's popular destinations. Just in time for… [Read More...]

T-Mobile and Orange Merger Should Provide A Wake Up Call For Lethargic Mobile Phone Phone Providers Says

The proposed merger of Orange and T-mobile will create the UKs largest mobile phone company serving a total of 28 million customers, swiftly relegating O2 and Vodaphone to second and third place in the market. In the immediate future, this could spell good news for consumers and should serve to create fierce competition amongst, what will become, three major providers. However, going forward this completely changes the landscape of mobile phone industry in the UK, with just three organisations dominating around 90% of the industry. [Read More...]
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