T-Mobile to Use Android on Tablet PC, Home Phone

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hellwig

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I've already seen commercials for Verizon's new home phone, so I don't see why T-Mobile can't create a home phone. T-Mobile already has their WiFi home phone service, so it makes sense to create a phone that can more fully utilize that.
 

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The tablet PC part sounds very interesting to me, options and variety are always good things so I'm looking forward to seeing Android running as a full fledged OS against Windows and OSX in the future.
 

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"What about you? Are you tired of hearing about “devices” that might get to see Android instead of seeing manufacturers actually using it?"

Yes. I would love to see products - get them in hand and play with it. That's as in, actually get to use it instead of see a picture of it on a non-working dummy phone (a hint to all you companies - have a working model in sotre that I can try for 5 minutes or so, depending on how busy it is).

That sadi, here comes my rant. What I would dearly love to see is phone manufacturers producing cell phones (and or other deveices - choose your poison) that aren't tied to the service providers. You make a phone with Android on it, that I can then go and choose if I want AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, etc. (As I'm in Canada, my choices are restricted to Rogers & subsidiaries, Bell & subsidiaries, or Telus. Come on, you new guys, get up and running already!! And offer me choices.)

Wouldn't you love a "bring your own phone" plan?

Rant finished.

Go, Android!!!!!
 
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