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February 11, 2011 by USA Post 

T Mobile Phones, T-Mobile, the great nation of the four cellular operators, offers a little kiss before Valentine’s holiday with his mobile phone free gift. Although presented as a holiday promotion, the offer is the same week that Verizon Wireless reported its version of the iPhone 4. Friday 11 February and Saturday, February 12, all T-Mobile phones, including smartphones 4G will be free. Consumers must subscribe to a two-year contract to be eligible.

The carrier is the business of advertising through ads featuring reality star Khloe Kardashian and author Odom, who can be seen “sharing love” via YouTube. It can also be seen on page T-Mobile facebook.

A press release from T-Mobile states that the last effort of society to “make it easier and more affordable for people to join the computer revolution and the activity up to 4G.” There will be 30 units available.

The offer comes just after Verizon Wireless is set to release its iPhone 4 for the general public. So far, AT & T Inc. was the exclusive supplier to the United States.

The release date of iPhone is scheduled for Thursday, February 10.

While T-Mobile is appealing for his gift of a Valentine’s Day promotion, the blog said Techland TIME sync with the iPhone version of Verizon “is a sneaky little â €” and could be an interesting offer. ”

Techland has a similar offer on Father’s Day has attracted 110,000 new customers, to break sales records.

T-Mobile is promoting itself as the only three to offer dedicated 4G smartphones. It is also promoting its data plans, which his Facebook page is cheaper than AT & T and Verizon Wireless.

The company takes a dig at the iPhone 4, saying that it works on 3G networks on both Verizon and AT & T.

(AP) – Yahoo Inc. is the removal of material from its website to create a mixture of digital computer for tablets and other mobile devices in its latest attempt to lure advertisers away from print and electronic media.

The service, called Livestand will also be open to other publishers looking for a way to connect with the tens of millions of people needing to obtain tablets such as Apple Inc. iPad by the end of this year. Livestand will also be available on smartphones.

Readers will be able to choose from an assortment of content frequently updated news, sports, finance and other subjects. Most content will be free, although Yahoo plans to allow publishers to sell subscriptions, too.

Although Yahoo Livestand overview for journalists on Thursday, he is not yet available. Yahoo Livestand expected to debut in late June

The “digital kiosk is the latest bet that the touchscreen tablets will offer a new stream of revenue for publishers and other companies ad engine such as Yahoo. Apple is building a kiosk in its iTunes store, and started to sell subscriptions to a daily newspaper last week titled “The Daily” News Corp., which designed specially for the iPad. Google Inc. is also expected to encourage publishers to develop editions for tablets running on an upcoming version of its operating system Android.

T-Mobile offers one of its phones for free tomorrow and Saturday as part of a special promotion for Valentine’s Day.

If you are thinking of switching carriers anytime soon, and you do not want a Verizon iPhone, it would be wise to check T-Mobile this weekend. The carrier announced an underdog Valentine promotion where it is offering one of its products for free with a two-year contract. Yep, one of them. Tomorrow (11 February) and Saturday (February 12), any phone, including 4G myTouch, HD7 HTC, T-Mobile G2, Samsung and dynamics are free. The four of them are great Android and Windows Mobile 7 devices.

T-Mobile has another promotion for a $ 10/mo data plan. You can skip this option if you buy a smartphone. It only gives you 200 MB of data, an almost unusable low if you do nothing more than their email. Yet, the voice of T-Mobile data plans is comparable, if not a little lower than other carriers.

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