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T-Mobile's Project Dark

If this is true how many of you would switch to T-mobile and leave their current carrier?

T-Mobile’s Rumored Project Dark: handsets and rapid network expansion? [UPDATED] : Boy Genius Report


T-Mobile’s Rumored Project Dark: handsets and rapid network expansion?


Posted by Marc Flores on Oct 9, 2009 2:34 pm 158 comments Filed in Android, BlackBerry, Exclusives, HSPA, Handsets, Motorola, Networks, Rumors, Samsung, T-Mobile

There’s a lot of buzz surrounding T-Mobile secret project, “Project Dark” or “Project Black” as others have referred to it. One of our connects hit us up to clarify what it exactly is (they called it Project Dark).

So, what is it exactly? Other sites have speculated that it’s not a new phone or promotion, but our connects briefing has given us a pretty clear understanding. First off, it is tied somewhat to handsets. Project Dark contains the launch of the T-Mobile BlackBerry 9700 as well as T-Mobile’s upcoming Android handsets like the Motorola CLIQ and Samsung Behold II. It also contains a very, very rapid expansion of T-Mobile’s 3G network, and we don’t mean UMTS. We’re talking 21Mbps HSPA, the same as what just launched in the Philadelphia market. We’ll keep digging but this is what we’ve got for you for now.

UPDATE: A few minutes after we first posted this story, a new T-Mobile connect came out of nowhere and sent us in quite a lot of new information. We have to caution that this information is not substantiated, but we feel that we owe it to our readers to share. Here it goes…

Project Dark is a pretty big thing for T-Mobile. Not only will employees be wearing new threads consisting of a black top and grey pants while they sell the BlackBerry Bold 9700 and two Nokia Nseries devices (the N900 and something else), but they’ll also be pushing something pretty amazing — a $50 all you can eat plan that includes voice, SMS, MMS and data. Apparently this plan will be called “Everything Unlimited” and is meant to represent T-Mobile’s new strategy which will essentially see it try and poach subs from various low-cost carriers. We’ve also been told that T-Mobile will be adopting a very Walmart slogan of “More for Less.” Okay, we’ve done our part, now what do you people think about this?

Tags: 21Mbps, 3G, 9700, Android, Behold, Behold 2, Behold II, BlackBerry, Bold 9700, CLIQ, exclusive, Exclusives, google, HSPA, Motorola, project black, project dark, RIM, rumor, Rumors, T-Mobile, TMO, UMTS

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