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IFA: T-Mobile Germany announced new web'n'walk devices including several new Windows Mobile devices
Posted by Arne Hess - on Thursday, 01.09.05 - 14:05:26 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 8842x
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Although it has only been on the market for a few weeks, according to T-Mobile Germany, web'n'walk is already a success, especially with the younger generation.
With this service, T-Mobile is systematically implementing its strategy of focusing its activities on the customer experience even in developing mobile data services. For web'n'walk, T-Mobile has put together packages made up of innovative mobile devices, fast data connections and inexpensive data transmission rates.

"We do not lock our customers up in the cramped world of closed cell-phone portals, we give them the diversity offered by the free Internet", said Obermann.

Several new models have already been showcased at the IFA: the successor to the MDA III (which will be the HTC Wizard), the new version of the MDA Compact, the Nokia N70 and the new model of the SDA, which is exclusive to T-Mobile. The SDA web'n'walk model is a device for all customers wanting to use the free Internet with a particularly compact cell phone. The offer is already set to include ten devices for mobile Internet access by the Christmas sales period.

The MDA Pro (HTC Universal), was also live demonstrated today during the German Telekom press conference and is launched at the IFA. The device supports UMTS, W-LAN and GPRS, thus ensuring the ideal conditions for mobile broadband applications.

Cheers ~ Arne


 

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