(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – Wireless provider T-Mobile most recently revealed something long overdue: It’d begin offering the Apple iPhone come April 12th.
However, according to a CNET report – T-Mobile’s iPhone won’t be ordinary. The company’s prepaid, no-contract model will allow for “Unlimited 4G Face Time.”
Users straying from T-Mobile’s 4G LTE network will also get an extra kick. According to the report, T-Mobile has a backup network known as “HSPA+ 42” – something very fast.
Other considerations include HD voice support and a lack of Wi-Fi calling (at least initially).
Apple’s iPhone was first carried by AT&T in 2007. However, its availability has since spread to include other providers such as Verizon and Sprint.