| May 26, 2010 | Reply

Well look what popped up, if anyone read my article a little while ago i had wrote that it would be a mistake if T-mobile didn’t pick this phone up. Hey maybe someone over at T-mobile read my post and passed it on. (HA HA I WISH).  Well it looks like the pearl 3g got passed through FCC with the t-mobile 3g capabilities in it. I really think this would be a smart move for T-mobile like i said earlier.  The ability to have the power of the bold in a smaller device and the option of 2 different keyboards and colors what more can you ask for

Last time we went down this road, the Pearl 3G was earning its approvals on WCDMA 850 / 1900, meaning AT&T, Rogers, Bell, and Telus were all theoretically ready to roll. This time, it’s the AWS version getting clearance — in both 20- and 14-key flavors, no less — giving T-Mobile USA along with Canada’s WIND and Mobilicity everything they’d need to launch RIM’s most consumer-friendly model. We still don’t have confirmation either from T-Mobile or AT&T as to what their plans are for this thing, but at least we know we’ve got some legal hardware ready at this point.


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