T-Mobile ends @Home service

T-Mobile will stop selling its @Home VoIP service.

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It wasn't announced at CES, but T-Mobile will stop selling its @Home VoIP service. First released in June 2008, the $10 per-month let T-Mobile subscribers make calls from a landline phone using a Linksys router installed with a SIM card.

According to a Fierce Wireless report, T-Mobile did not give a reason for discontinuing the service. In a statement, a company spokesperson only said that the needs of its customers "are constantly changing, and T-Mobile must foresee and adapt to these changes." T-Mobile will continue supporting the service for current customers.

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