VoiceStream is showing on its web-site its version of the O2 xda. Interests
can register also register on the VoiceStream web-site to get more information
A price isn't given as well as VoiceStream isn't talking about the supported
frequencies, so it's not clear now if it will support 1900 MHz only or if it
will dual-band or even triple-band?
Did s.o. see when voice stream wants to launch it? Do you think the xda will be sold by T-Mobile here in Germany?
Posted by Arne Hess on 21.03.02 - 00:00:00
@Hemme: There was no date given when to launch it in the US. As an O2 manager told me, mmO2 bought the exclusive rights for their markets, so I'm not sure if it will be launched in time together with O2 or maybe O2 bought a time frame, where no other can launch the same device.
Posted by Anonymous on 10.04.02 - 00:00:00
o2 doesn't have those kind of rights, every company can sell them, they can order them at the guys that manufacture these things, like they do for o2
Posted by Dilbert on 10.04.02 - 00:00:00
through a friend of mine i got 1 of those machines to get some 1st hand experience and i must say this thing rocks...
Posted by Anonymous on 11.04.02 - 00:00:00
Voicestream , told me that the 02XDA will be released sometime mid-summer here in the USA.
Posted by Bill on 01.08.02 - 00:00:00
As of 7/31/02 if you preregistered with VoiceStream you should have been notified that the phone is being announces and orderes accepted on 7/31/02... I placed and order for on with existing service for 549.00 (with a $50 rebate included.) Without service the phone is suppose to cost $499.00 (with a $50 rebate included.).