The Original T-Mobile HTC Shadow was quite good for a Windows mobile phone because of its non-Windows-Mobile Windows Mobile UI. If this leaked picture really is the Shadow II, then T-Mobile is continuing on the same path of loading a proprietary UI on top of the standard WM facade. There's not much else we can tell…
A neat little App from T-Mobile helps you decide who belongs in your myFaves, the plan on T-Mobile that allows you to call five people for free. It's basically just a set of questions like "Who will help you move to Alaska", and "Who will be at your surprise birthday party", then narrowing it down with "Who notices…
I'm pretty damn sure that T-Mobile is on a mission to have every damn phone in the world available for their customers. It is just more reason to keep extending that contact to get new phones.
We've gotten a chance to play with the T-Mobile myFaves service where you choose five of your most gossipy friends for unlimited calling. To start, yes it's free calls both to and from your five.
We had a conference call with T-Mobile this morning and got some additional info on the T-Mobile myFaves service that you undoubtedly already saw ads for on TV.
According to some T-Mobile leak on the Pinstack forums, their upcoming myFaves plan that allows you to make unlimited calls to five numbers for free, is going to launch sometime very early next week. They've also got the screenshots of how myFaves is going to look on a phone's UI—in this case, the BlackBerry Pearl.