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T-Mobile's PDA Dilemma


Sep 18, 2007, 11:55 PM
When, when, when will T-Mobile (my current carrier) bring a 400 MHz PDA into their lineup? All of the other carriers have one. Nd they are HTC PDAs, no less. I can't hold out much longer, T-Mobile! Get with the program or you'll be left behind!

Oct 18, 2007, 12:28 AM
T-Mobile won't be left behind. When in fact their getting 3.5 G lol. But...Blackberry's do nice? =P

Oct 29, 2007, 11:38 PM
I'm beginning to think everyone else will be at 4g by the time tmo gets their 3.5 up. I've been waiting for them to get the HTC cavalier (or any WM6 with faster than 200mhz chip) and 3.5g for far too long. If they don't get on the ball, I just may have to jump ship, and take out 200+ line company account to another carrier.

Apr 1, 2008, 3:15 PM
Yeah T-Mobile does seem to lack in the Windows based PDA market. I used to work for them, and that is the one thing I griped most about. They have 6 colors of the BlackBerry Pearl, but all of their Windows based devices have less than a 210Mhz processor in them. I don't know about you, but that is slow.

I work for at&t now, and played around with the Tilt, while I am not a Windows based device fan I do like the Tilt....now since I am a Mac user I wouldn't be able to sync the devices so for me Windows based devices are out of the question.

Apr 4, 2008, 12:06 PM
yea, t-mobile is having, lets say difficultys keeping up with other carriers when it comes to pda's, if ur looking for the best pda's, id sugjest sprint, long line of palms and blackberrys, also have touch and mogul. t-mobile is getting left behind.

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