T-Mobile USA closed out 2012 with the news the fourth-place carrier would be getting the iPhone this year, but the even bigger news was an end to subsidy pricing on handsets -- a move which is coming sooner rather than later.
T-Mobile USA is the last major carrier in this country to nab the iPhone, but we have a feeling it might be one of the most competitive. When Apple's handset hits T-Mo next year, it will be fueled by the company's fresh new 4G LTE network at a time when parent company Deutsche Telekom is doing the once unthinkable by moving away from subsidized handsets, which will produce lower monthly fees for users. Sounds like a win-win for the consumer!
I’m thinking of buying an iPod touch 32GB, but I was thinking that I might buy an iPhone 4S instead. I like the idea of having Siri and the better camera. Is it possible to use an iPhone as an iPod touch without a data contract?