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Thursday, July 09, 2009
T-Mobile myTouch 3G Android Phone Now Available for Pre-Sale


T-Mobile announced today the beginning of its special pre-sale program for existing customers who want to be among the first to get their hands on the T-Mobile myTouch 3G.

Beginning today, current T-Mobile customers can visit www.T-MobilemyTouch.com to order the company?s latest Android-powered device, and be the first to put their own personal touch on myTouch 3G.

Existing customers who order the device during the pre-sale period from July 8?28 can qualify for myTouch 3G delivery before the national retail launch. T-Mobile today announced U.S. retail availability of the device will begin on Aug. 5.

The new phone offers one-touch access to the Google mobile services that millions use every day including Google Search by voice, Google Maps with Street View, YouTube and Picasa. Designed by HTC, T-Mobile myTouch 3G boasts a sleek and lightweight look and feel, a full touchscreen and virtual keyboard.

On the inside, myTouch provides users with the ability to personalize the entire theme of the device with new widgets, icons and wallpapers, which can be added directly on the homescreen. Android Market also boasts thousands of applications that can deliver further customization to users based on their personal passions and preferences. In addition, starting next month, T-Mobile will launch a new application within Android Market called AppPack that will highlight a variety of noteworthy applications to help users further personalize their myTouch 3G and manage their T-Mobile accounts. Some of the recommended applications will include Sherpa, imeem mobile and Movies by Flixster, plus T-Mobile applications including myAccount, myFaves, HotSpot Locator and Visual Voicemail.

On the outside, users will be able to design a unique shell using a dedicated Web site. Shells will be able to be customized in a variety of ways, including uploading a personal photo, graphic design, or selecting text, shapes, icons or logos. The final design is custom-printed onto the shell, then shipped.

T-Mobile customers have the opportunity to pre-order myTouch, in limited quantities, beginning today at http://www.T-MobilemyTouch.com. myTouch will be available nationwide at T-Mobile retail stores and online beginning August 5 for $199.99 with a two-year agreement.


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