This could mark a turning point for T-Mobile who has been one of the few carriers left out of the iPhone action since the phone debuted many years ago. To help prep for the iPhone T-Mobile has been busy re-farming their HSPA+ network to work on existing 1900Mhz bands making any AT&T branded iPhone also compatible with T-Mobile's data networks. The only downside for customers is the phone will be unsubsidized meaning customers will pay full price, or choose from an installment plan ranging from $15 to $20 per month until the phone is paid for.
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