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In 2002, T-Mobile global brand name debuted in the USA. The first markets, where it launched its wireless voice and data services, were California and Nevada. Today, the company operates a GSM/GPRS 1900 MHz voice and data network, which lets it reach more than two hundred and sixty million customers, including roaming and other agreements.
World Class Service One number, One Phone Worldwide
Operating an all-digital, national wireless network, based on the GSM technology, T-Mobile offers both business customers and consumers the most advanced mobile communications services. These include voice, text messaging, high-speed wireless data services, etc. Due to this global technology platform (GSM), T-Mobile's customers can use their phone with the same phone number, when travelling internationally.
2.5G GPRS High Speed Wireless Data
T-Mobile presents a great variety of integrated voice and GPRS Wi-Fi data capable devices and services, including T-Mobile HotSpot. The company's customers can remotely access the Internet, have their e-mail, keep contact and calendar information updated, get popular games, such news and information services as stock quotes, horoscopes, etc. All this can be delivered automatically or on the customer's demand to his wireless handset or device. The company provides the following integrated voice and data devices: PC Internet cards (they can be used with a laptop computer or PDA), all in one devices (for instance, the popular BlackBerry), an innovative all-in-one device (it includes a QWERTY keyboard, full-color Web browsing and built-in camera).
T-Mobile HotSpotSM - Wi-Fi (802.11b) Wireless Broadband Internet Service
With the purpose to complement the company's existing national wireless voice and high-speed data network, T-Mobile USA provides the Wi-Fi internet access to more than twenty thousand locations worldwide; six thousand of them are in the United States. The combining of these two networks' benefits enables the company to offer the customers the speed and coverage of a perfect quality and to provide a comprehensive wireless service that meets the customers' needs. Those customers, who have a Wi-Fi enabled laptop or PDA, can access the network either on pay-as-you-go basis or with prepaid subscriptions. Based on the T-1 connections, T-Mobile HotSpot is reliable and very strong. It accommodates a broad spectrum of applications; from checking e-mail to multimedia videoconferencing, and proposes the connection speed that is forty to fifty times faster than the standard dial-up Internet access. T-Mobile has the largest commercial Wi-Fi network in the United States with more than six thousand locations. These locations include select Starbucks coffeehouses, Borders Books and Music, FedEx Kinko's Office and Print Centers, Hyatt Hotels and Resorts, Red Roof Inns, airports and select American Airlines Admirals Clubs, Delta Air Lines Crown Rooms, United Airlines Red Carpet Clubs and US Airways Clubs. It was T-Mobile HotSpot that brought the company the wide recognition and popularity worldwide.