For the most recent info, check out the 2010 T-Mobile Wireless Internet Review
T-Mobile’s first 3G modem is pretty sleek. No one else has it.
At long last, T-Mobile Wireless has entered the realm of 3G mobile broadband.
In addition to this, they have plans to double their 3G coverage in 2009. Looks like it might be an exciting year.
This time around we’ve got a T-Mobile 3G plan to work with in addition to their staple WiFi plan.
Let’s get into the details of the T-Mobile Wireless webConnect plan.
T-Mobile has a full buffet for your internet appetite.
Between WiFi, 3G, EDGE and GPRS, you’ll be getting online someway or somehow.
The real question that needs to be asked though is this:
Exactly how fast is T-Mobile 3G speed?
In our previous T-Mobile coverage review, 3G coverage was just a twinkle in T-Mobile’s eye.
Now, they cover 30 major markets (about 100-120 cities) with plans to expand double the population covered by its 3G network in 2009.
Not bad for a company that’s just launching it’s network.
While they did have the Sony Ericsson GC89, it only connected to EDGE, GPRS and WiFi.
The T-Mobile webConnect USB Laptop Stick (quite the mouthful) connects to T-Mobile’s 3G network in addition to WiFi, EDGE and GPRS.
That’s quite the lineup of networks to switch between.
Read on for the specifics on the T-Mobile webConnect USB Laptop Stick.
While Verizon followed a close second, T-Mobile is noted for having an excellent first call resolution rate (i.e. they fix your problems the first time you call).
Check out the full details of the 2009 Customer Care Study.
If you’re looking to see how T-Mobile Wireless compares to other providers, check out the Wireless Broadband Service Comparison.
Need more info? Check out the rest of the mobile broadband reviews.