T-Mobile cell phone users from California and Nevada prior to 2002 will remember
the brand as VoiceStream Wireless. T-Mobile U.S. operations are currently based
in Bellevue, Washington and the company is a subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom.
T-Mobile cell phone users know it as one of the fastest growing nationwide
wireless service providers, offering all digital services to more than 20 million
customers in the United States. By the middle of 2005, approximately 80 million
customers were served in nine T-Mobile markets in Europe and the United States,
making it one of the top three global wireless carriers.
cell phone users will quickly recognize the Company’s spokesperson
Catherine Zeta-Jones, who brings the company's global brand to life by appearing
in print, radio and television advertisements.
T-Mobile cell phone users can utilize the most advanced mobile communications
services available today, including voice, text messaging, and high-speed
wireless data services.
T-Mobile cell phone users access an all-digital, national wireless network
based exclusively on GSM technology. GSM is the most widely used digital standard
worldwide, accounting for approximately 74 percent of the total digital wireless
market. T-Mobile cell phone users benefit from this global technology platform
by having the choice to use their same phone and same phone number when traveling
T-Mobile cell phone users have a variety of options for using Short Messaging
Service (SMS) or Instant messaging (IM) and Multimedia Messaging Service
SMS: Every T-Mobile cell phone user, regardless of device or rate plan, can
send text messages via their handset to friends and family, no matter which
wireless service provider they use.
IM: T-Mobile cell phone users can use Yahoo!® Messenger, MSN® Messenger
and AOL® Instant Messenger Software to interact with millions of instant
messaging users worldwide.
MMS: T-Mobile cell phone users have access to MMS services which can be included
as part of their monthly calling plan. MMS enables customers to complement
their text message with sound, animations and melodies to send to e-mail addresses
and compatible handsets. Additionally, MMS enables T-Mobile cell phone users
can send short video clips from to e-mail or other MMS-capable phones, giving
T-Mobile cell phone users a whole new way to communicate.
2.5G GPRS High Speed Wireless Data
T-Mobile cell phone users have access to a variety of integrated voice and
GPRS Wi-Fi data capable devices, allowing T-Mobile cell phone users to remotely
access the Internet; get their corporate and personal e-mail; keep contacts
and calendar information updated on the go; and get popular games, news and
information services such as sports scores, stock quotes, horoscopes and
games delivered automatically or on demand to their wireless handset or device.
Many T-Mobile cell phone users access existing
national wireless voice and high-speed data network by providing Wi-Fi (802.11b)
wireless broadband Internet access at more than 20,000 locations worldwide—6,000
of which are in the United States.
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