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Galaxy S 4G Launch Also Brings Direct Billing for Samsung Media Hub

Oh you pink devil, you, T-Mobile, and your direct billing. Everyone knows that instant purchases are the building block of a great united states of credit cards, and because of that, hooray for the future! Holding hands with the availability launch of the Samsung Galaxy S 4G, Samsung Mobile will be announcing access to direct billing for Samsung's Media Hub TV and Movie content service, charging the money directly to your T-Mobile account. You'll be able to download your favorite movies and TV shows on your brand spanking new Galaxy S 4G and have the option to flip the bill directly onto your T-Mobile service bill.

Walmart to offer the Samsung Galaxy S 4G for under $150

Earlier this year, T-Mobile announced it would be carrying the Samsung Galaxy S 4G smartphone and now, we have a leak which states the phone will be available at Walmart for $148.88 ($150 in disquise) with a two year service agreement or upgrade.  Those interested can also purchase the Galaxy S on a 2 year flexpay agreement for $248.88 or outright for $650.00 with no commitment.

T-Mobile to Consider Sale of Non-Core Assets, Partnerships with Other Carriers

A bigger company like T-Mobile isn't the sort of place you expect to have a rummage sale, is it? CEO Philipp Humm speaks on the matter, saying that in addition to considering the sale of some non-core assets in order to raise money to pay for future investments, they plan on also focusing on "churn rate" as a primary concern in the next few years. Churn rate is the rate at which customers move in and out of mobile providers like they were making butter out of milk... or is it milk out of butter?

Samsung Vibrant Gets Froyo Tomorrow – January 21

All you lovers of the Vibrant that's about to get replaced by its big brother Vibrant 4G, you're in luck. Right here on the same day the Vibrant 4G is basically thrown in everyone's faces, chief marketing Cole Brodman (of T-Mobile) speaks with PCMag, telling them that the updates should start rolling out tomorrow and will be out to everyone within weeks.

Galaxy S 4G Officially Announced via T-Mobile

Well here you have it, a press release on the matter. This is the announcement of T-Mobile's Galaxy S 4G, what they say will be the fastest smartphone running on America's Largest 4G Network. It'll have Android 2.2 Froyo, capable of theoretical download speeds of up to 21 Mbps, and it's got a Super AMOLED touchscreen. “And with 4G data plans from $10 per month, we’re making blazing-fast 4G speeds and super smartphone experiences easily accessible to the millions who crave them," says Cole Brodman, chief marketing officer for T-Mobile USA.

T-Mobile G2 Now Free Online with 2 Year Contract

So you're hangin out on the internet, looking for a radical new phone to click around on, and what do you find? An ever-so-slightly old review of the T-Mobile G2 by that fellow by the name of Chris Burns over on Android Community. You think huh, CB seems to really like this phone it seems, and it gets 4G speeds, it's got Android 2.2 Froyo, and one heck of a nice camera on the back. Let's just check how much it costs... FREE?!

T-Mobile Face Slaps iPhone 4 on Verizon in New HSPA+ 4G Ad [Video]

In this brand new ad made to make it look like iPhone 4 is a newb with two suited jerks who are terrible at running, T-Mobile uses a fancy lady to punch the non-Android competition directly in the nose. Take a peek as T-Mobile notes how totally slow 3G is and how amazingly blazingly fast their HSPA+ 4G network is in comparison. Actual speeds aside, this is a pretty good foot stomp.

T-Mobile G2 Now Only $49.99

Coming along with the holiday season is the wide range of amazing sales we get, and Android devices have been the focus of sales, as the operating system is expected to grow substantially over the last bit of 2010. Following this trend, T-Mobile is now offering up the HTC G2 for a mere $49.99. The deal is currently only available online and, if you order before December 20th at 2 PM PT, T-Mobile will throw in free overnight shipping! This is a fantastic deal that will land you with one of the most powerful Android devices, plus it utilizes T-Mobile's 4G network. [Via TmoNews]
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