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T-Mobile's still doing its darndest to keep its fragmented 3G network launch on the DL -- the carrier can't deliver a wide footprint just yet, and it look like it doesn't want to put customers under the false impression that it can. A great way to make sure no one cares about your high-speed handse

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June 23, 2008 at 9:02PM
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Right on time, the Nokia 3555 flip has come to add precisely zero spice or flair to T-Mobile's nascent 3G lineup, a ragtag group of middling phones that currently includes the Samsung t639 and t819 along with the Nokia 6263. To be fair, the $50 price on contract is plenty easy on the pocketbook, bu

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It's no secret that Nokia's waiting in the wings with its low-end 3555 flip for T-Mobile, but here's the thing: as low-end as it may be, it's still 3G, which makes it a blockbuster by T-Mobile standards. The latest intelligence indicate that T-Mob's liking March 17 as the retail release date for th

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Every once in a while -- and when we say \"every once in a while\" we mean \"quite often\" -- a major manufacturer's booth will feature a totally unannounced device tucked away in some dark corner without an announcement, without fanfare, and without reason. This time around, Nokia takes the honor with

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It's awesome how Nokia's 3555 looks like a giant beatin' stick when it's unfurled, but rest assured, it's little more than a low-end 3G flip. We'd heard a while back that the phone would be finding its way to AT&T to slot in underneath the midrange 6555, and it turns out they're going to try to

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The Nokia 6555 isn't a particularly high end device, so when you consider that this one's looking ripe to slot in underneath it, that's really saying something about the direction 3G's going in the US -- down to the masses -- and we're pretty sure that's a good thing. The 3555 flip hit the FCC in f

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