Dialed In 51: T-Mobile gives in to the masses

In this week's Dialed In podcast, we discuss T-Mobile's lift on its data usage cap for the T-Mobile G1 and report on whether the iPhone 2.1 software update delivered or not. All this plus more reviews and listener questions.

A lot of good news coming from T-Mobile this week. First, after numerous complaints, T-Mobile goes back and lifts the data usage cap on the T-Mobile G1, and it finally rolls out its 3G network in San Francisco. Plus, Kent German reports back on his iPhone 2.1 software update survey and we give our take on the touch-screen phenomenon and wonder if the BlackBerry Bold will ever be released. All this and more cell phone reviews and listener questions on this week's Dialed In podcast.

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T-Mobile caves on 1GB data limit for G1
T-Mobile starts 3G service in San Francisco
T-Mobile's Motorola Active
Adobe exec confirms Flash for iPhone
iPhone users say 2.1 software update delivered
Verizon picks up Samsung U430
Samsung Pixon
Sprint Music will no longer offer PC song downloads
Best Buy outs BlackBerry Bold release date?
Rumor: Nokia E71 coming to AT&T


Motorola i365
Samsung Rugby SGH-A837
Kyocera Tempo
Samsung SBH700
Samsung Portable Hands-free Speakerphone
Samsung Omnia

Upcoming reviews:

Samsung SCH-U430
Prizefight: Samsung Omnia vs. HTC Touch Diamond
Wilson Electronics Signal Boost

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