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The VP of engineering operations at T-Mobile USA says 3G in 2006, maybe 2007: They’re testing in some markets, but they need to win some auctions next year for spectrum, it sounds like. The company won’t say which markets they have test setups in nor which flavor of 3G they’ll opt for. T-Mobile currently offers unlimited GPRS nationwide as a flat rate add-on to its voice subscribers. [link via TechDirt]
Posted by Glennf at December 19, 2005 2:45 PM