T-Mobile Holidays Giveaway!

Hi Friends!

Running on America’s Largest 4G Network, the new T-Mobile myTouch and myTouchQ are the latest Android -powered smartphones to join TMobile’s line of myTouch devices. I’ll be giving away ONE of EACH! How exciting!

In celebration of the upcoming #TMobileHolidays events all over the country… I’ve been given these phones to share with you! But first… Let me tell you a bit about the event in Phoenix. It’s an open house style event! We’ll be tweeting, seeing the new product lines, eating yummy food, and of course walking away with goodies! The first 25 attendees will get an exclusive swag bag filled with fun! Phoenix attendees register here.

Now… back to the national blog giveaway!

The T-Mobile myTouch features:

  • Sleek form-factor featuring a 3.8-inch touch screen with Swype for easy text input on the virtual QWERTY keyboard
  • Genius Button for simple voice control to call, text, or search the Web
  • Full HTML Web browser
  • Android 2.3 software with access to thousands of applications on the Android Market
  • T-Mobile TV in Mobile HD to access live and on-demand TV
  • T-Mobile Video Chat powered by QikŒ allows face-to-face chat through T-MObile’s 4G Network or wifi
  • Slacker Radio offers over 150 free, personalized radio stations
  • TeleNav GPS NavigatorŒ for turn-by-turn directions, traffic alerts and more
  • Full Microsoft® Exchange support
  • 5-megapixel camera with digital zoom, autofocus, face detection and front facing camera; 720p HD video recorder
The T-Mobile myTouch Q offers these fine features:
  • Sleek form-factor featuring a 3.5-inch touch screen with Swype® for easy text input on the virtual
  • QWERTY keyboard and a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard
  • Genius Button for simple voice control to call, text, or search the Web
  • Full HTML Web browser
  • Android 2.3 software with access to thousands of applications on Android MarketŒ
  • T-Mobile TV to access live and on-demand TV
  • Slacker Radio offers over 150 free, personalized radio stations
  • TeleNav GPS NavigatorŒ for turn-by-turn directions, traffic alerts and more
  • Full Microsoft® Exchange support
  • 5-megapixel camera with digital zoom, autofocus, face detection and LED flash; 720p HD video recorder
Fabulous! Right?! So how do you win?
  • Follow @TMobile on Twitter.
  • Like the T-Mobile Facebook page (http://facebook.com/TMobile).
  • Answer the following question in the comment section: What is the biggest question you have when it comes to buying a wireless product as a gift?
  • Contest ends at midnight 12/13 and the winners will be chosen at random on 12/14.
Good Luck!

Comments

  1. Kel W says:

    My biggest question when buying a wireless product as a gift is: How easy is it for the gift recipient to activate the new phone on their wireless provider and is there any kind of fee associated with this? Seems like an important thing to know before buying someone a phone.

  2. shel says:

    I follow TMobile on Twitter @auntiethesis and I like them on Facebook (Michelle Hudak)

    I was thinking about getting my teen daughter a new phone for Christmas and my biggest question is will she be able to activate it herself on Christmas morning and switch her old phone for her new one and start using it right away. I also always like to know about the return policy in case she doesn’t like it and the warranty too.

  3. Chris (@JustChrisByrd) says:

    I always wonder about Tablets. If we have a family plan with smartphone data plans, how much does it break the bank if we add a Tablet or two?

  4. Cass says:

    My biggest question is always around the return policy–if the recipient doesn’t want that particular device, can she exchange it without me having to be there, and if she doesn’t want the device at all can it be returned entirely? It’s quite a leap of faith to commit a loved one to a particular handset, based on my experience. ;)

  5. Ken McDIlda says:

    Following TMo on twitter @NtrinsicEntropy.
    Liked on Facebook (Ken McDilda)

    My biggest question is how well the manufacturer supports their product with updates. Had several HTCs before and loved them for this reason, whereas currently I’m quite unhappy with Samsung for the complete lack of support for the Vibrant. As soon as the 4G version was released, all upgrades were dropped for the 3G version, even though it was still being promised.

  6. Louis says:

    following @TMobile on twitter @left_the_stars
    I like T-Mobile USA on facebook (Louis H Uffmire)

    my biggest question is if there are any hidden fees even if the data plan says unlimited
    also if a phone or android is limited to only one carrier/

    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

    Louis
    pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com

  7. Merrick says:

    I don’t do Facebook or Twitter. Sorry.

    But I do T-mobile! We’ve been with them forever! Like Cass my big question on electronics is always ‘what is the return/exchange policy’ if the recipient wants/needs something different.

  8. Carrie T says:

    I don’t even have a smart phone or a plan that will work with a smart phone.. so what make a phone a smart phone and why can’t you use one on a reg plan?? I have unlimited internet…. is it really worth the money to change plans?

  9. Carrie T says:

    I don’t even have a smart phone or a plan that will work with a smart phone.. so what make a phone a smart phone and why can’t you use one on a reg plan?? I have unlimited internet…. is it really worth the money to change plans?
    I follow and like

  10. Carolyn Andrade says:

    My biggest question when it comes to buying a wireless product as a gift is how before the product is obsolete. Technology changes so quickly, I would hate to spend a lot on something that is “old news” next week!

  11. Jay says:

    Mine would be what’s the best feature for the product.

    1. Mary says:

      I look for features in the product, as well as how easy it is to use. How well does it interface, and how much information, and how fast can it process.

  12. Yvette says:

    I follow t-mobile on twitter: @wishfulsearch!
    I liked them on facebook: Yvette Rivas
    I know this a bit silly but when buying a wireless gift I always ask:will this product fit ? Technology is just changing in size and shape so differently that it becomes unconventional. I like to see that a cell phone will fit in a pocket , a radio on a nightstand, or a computer on a desk. Technology is meant to be easy and thus should easily fit into a given space.

  13. monika gardiner says:

    I follow @Tmobile on twitter.

    I like tmobile on facebook

    My main question I like to ask when buying a wireless product as a gift is warranty and terms and conditions on returning/exchanging phone if not what they were looking for.

    momokg1939@gmail.com

  14. Sheila Vives says:

    My biggest question would be about warranty coverage, and whether the person gifted would be eligible to use that warranty if they did not have the receipt ?