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T-Mobile is now offering unlimited voice for little enough cash through its Even More promo these days that it's officially bidding myFaves adieu, spelling out the final chapter of one of the better-known plan packages in the US wireless biz. It won't go away completely -- the myFaves app will appar

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November 9, 2009 at 9:39PM
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T-Mobile is now offering unlimited voice for little enough cash through its Even More promo these days that it's officially bidding myFaves adieu, spelling out the final chapter of one of the better-known plan packages in the US wireless biz. It won't go away completely -- the myFaves app will appar

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myFaves is cool -- you might even argue that it's T-Mobile USA's trademark. Thing is, it ain't free. The way the myFaves logo is displayed prominently on virtually every device T-Mobile sells these days, you'd think it's just part and parcel with every plan the carrier offers, but it's actually $10

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T-Mobile launched its myFaves service back in October of 2006, a service that's proven popular with customers -- and apparently, it's gaining popularity with other carriers 'round the world, too. In Canada, Telus unveiled a program whereby five numbers of your choosing get unlimited calling and text

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We're fans of cross-carrier calling plans like T-Mobile's myFaves calling feature, but we get even more excited when unlimited text messaging comes along for a bargain price. That's just what T-Mobile is now supplying, as subscribers of myFaves calling plans now have access to unlimited SMS and MMS

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Those hangin' on with T-Mobile Germany ought not have anything to complain about these days, as just after getting word of the HTC Kaiser coming your way, now you'll be able to call five of your most favorite pals for (likely) zilch. That's right, the myFaves feature that we Americans have been abus

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$40 seems to be the sweet spot for T-Mobile, seeing how the carrier just added a pair of plans to keep its 300 minute myFaves plan company at that all-important price point. First up is a 1,000 minute plan (obviously not featuring myFaves) that features unlimited nights and weekends but no mobile-to

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Well look at what our favorite (and speedy) parcel carrier dropped off at our door today -- it's the BlackBerry 8800 for T-Mobile. For your viewing pleasure, we took some unboxing pics of T-Mobile's latest 'Berry in all its svelteness. Even though the specs are nothing new, we'll run 'em down one m

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We've noticed that Hiptop users tend to be some of the most rabid, intensely loyal fans of their devices around; the reasons vary a bit from user to user, but the gist seems to be that Danger knows how to make products that simply work with minimal fuss. So yeah, to that end, good news: Danger and

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T-Mobile is dead, long live T-Mobile. October 2006 is looking to mark some major changes for the States' fourth-largest carrier, dropping their corporate branding in favor of what you see above -- a decidedly... well, bubblier font, along with a fresh slogan, \"Stick Together.\" The color scheme (pin

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It hasn't been too much of a secret that T-Mobile has been planning something big and it had nothing to do with UMA. We have had some bits of information roll in about the big pink T launching something similar to Alltel's My Circle, very hipply dubbed \"My Faves.\" This would allow their customers t

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