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ORDER A G1 PHONE NOW

Thursday, October 30th, 2008

I’ll keep this brief, what the hell are you doing on this page? Go order your G1 Phone now or you’ll be to late!

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Order your G1 Phone now

THE NEW T-MOBILE G1 PHONE PRICE PLANS

Thursday, October 30th, 2008

This years most anticipated and must have gadget, the T-Mobile G1 Phone has finally arrived ad unlike our American cousins, we Brits get a Free G1 Phone with our price plans. The G1 Phone is available on two price plans:

Flext 40 with web’n'walk Plus
• £40 monthly fee on an 18 month contract
• FREE T-Mobile G1 Phone
• Unlimited mobile internet browsing
• Up to 1,250 minutes or 2,500 texts or any mix of the two.

35 with web’n'walk Plus
• £40 monthly fee on an 18 month contract
• FREE T-Mobile G1 Phone
• Unlimited mobile internet browsing
• 800 minutes, 500 Unlimited texts

From 9:00am on Thursday 30 October, you will be able to order your G1 Phone here

CALLING ALL ANDROID G1 ENTHUSIASTS

Friday, October 24th, 2008

Oh my! This is going to be big… really big and Android News needs you (wish there was a keyboard command for a pointy finger!). We at Android News (www.g1phone.co.uk) desperately want to create an Android open source community with as much readily available information, reports, experiences and videos as we could possible imagine.

There is Android and G1 Phone news being reported almost every minute of the day and we want to keep you updated as much as possible and what better way to do that than write an Android G1 Phone article yourself and submit your arrticle to Android News.

To start your own Android G1 Phone adventure please sign in at www.g1phone.co.uk/news and change the world.

G1 PHONE SPEC

Friday, October 24th, 2008

Well, after getting up at 5 in the morning and sitting by the window waiting for the postman to deliver your new G1 phones – please be careful not to rip his arms off when he hands it over – What can we expect to find?
Those lucky enough will have ordered themselves:
•  Black or White G1 Phone (Only available in two colours)
•  GPS and Compass
•  Rich HTML email client which seamlessly synchs email with POP3 or IMAP services
•  3.5G (HSDPA/HSUPA) and Wi-Fi connectivity
•  3 Mega pixel camera
•  MP3 music player
•  Pre-installed 2 GB Micro SD memory card (device supports up to an 8 GB card)
•  Bluetooth-enabled
•  Up to 130 hours standby and up to 5 hours talk time
•  Dimensions: 117.7 x 55.7 x 26.5 mm
•  Weight: 158g
The G1 Phone also has a full QWERTY keyboard that makes it simple to write exactly what you want to say and navigating is even easier using the touch screen and trackball.  There’s also one touch access to all your  favourite Google applications including web search, Google Maps, Google Talk and Google Mail. So whether it’s email, instant messaging, social network updates or even calling and texting,  the T-Mobile G1 is perfect for whatever form of communication you prefer.

FREE G1 PHONE WITH GOOGLE

Friday, October 24th, 2008

Now we know the UK release date of the G1 Phone is 30th October 2008, it’s time to start looking at the price plans issued by T-Mobile.
With T-Mobile’s award-winning network and unlimited mobile internet browsing you will now be able to get the new G1 Phone available on two T-mobile price plans:
Combi
Get the T-Mobile G1 free with 800 minutes, unlimited texts and unlimited mobile internet browsingfor a total of just £40 a month.
Flext
Get the T-Mobile G1 free on Flext with web’n’walk plus for just £40 per month including unlimited mobile internet browsing and up to 1,250 minutes or up to 2,500 texts or any mix of the two.

T-MOBILE G1 WITH GOOGLE

Friday, October 24th, 2008

T-Mobile have said that the T-Mobile G1 Phone will feature a range of exciting applications some of which will already be pre-loaded on your G1 Phone. To me this only means over excitement and confusion, I mean, what do you do when you take your new G1 Phone out of its box? Play with the pre installed apps and get experiment with the android operating system or get straight on the internet and head over to Google’s Android Market, the place wheret customers can find and download innovative applications from games and navigation tools to on-the-go shopping comparisons.

Following T-Mobiles announcement that the G1 Phone will now be released on 30th October 2008 (and not early November as previously expected), we have’nt got long to find out.

Arrgghhh, decisions, decisions!

VOIP FOR THE G1 PHONE

Friday, October 24th, 2008

Well, thankfully that didn’t take long. San Francisco’s web communications company ‘iSkoot’ are the first provider to offer a VoIP for T-Mobiles G1 Phone.

Available on Android Market, iSkoot have developed an Android app called ‘iSkoot for Skype’. The G1 Phone app will allow VoIP with features such as cheap IP calls both local and international and IM (instant messaging). This looks like an app to keep!

BUSINESS APPS FOR THE G1 PHONE

Friday, October 24th, 2008

There have been some negative talk about the G1 Phone not being equipped for business users but some clever people at CompanionLink Software have grasped the whole open source idea for the G1 Phone which runs Google’s Android mobile operating system. They have developed a two-way synchronization solution for Microsoft Outlook and Google Android devices.

To get Microsoft Outlook contacts on their Google Android phone, users will need CompanionLink for Google Android. In addition to contacts, the software also synchronizes Microsoft Outlook calendar events, recurring appointments, tasks, and alarms and reminders with Google Android phones. The synchronization of data with the phones occurs wirelessly without any user intervention.

The app isn’t available on Google’s Android Market, but CompanionLink for Google Android is available from the company’s website for $29.95. More information about the solution can be found at companionlink.com/android.

Well done guys.

G1 PHONE MYSPACE APP

Thursday, October 23rd, 2008

The phone that’s built for the internet, every time I write a new article about a G1 Phone app I think I’m going to start it with that sentence, I just hope people understand how mobile apps are going to change the mobile phone experience.

My first apps article for the G1 Phone is dedicated to mobile social networking and who other than MySpace to be the first to unveil an app that allows you to stay connected. Available through the Google’s Android Market. The killer app allows G1 Phone users to do anything that they would normally do from their own pc’s including upload pictures which have been taken by there own G1 Phone.

It looks like Facebook lovers will have to wait, let just hope that they bring something out by the time it hits the UK market on the 30th October.

WIN A G1 PHONE

Tuesday, October 21st, 2008

The closer we get to the release date, the more we get to see. This can only mean more ways of getting your hands on a G1 phone early. With the official release date of the G1 Phone on 30th October 2008 this weekend alone has seen the release of a teaser advert in the national tabloid papers and the chance the win a G1 Phone everyday on the T-Mobile G1 phone website. The promotional game simply titled ‘The G1 game’ see a number of Google Map pins scattered across the UK, all you have to do is collect as many as possible in the alloted time frame, the more you get, the more time you’re allowed to keep searching. All you need to collect is 5 pins to enter the draw to win a G1 Phone everyday. A word of warning, this game is very addictive so watch out for the boss!

Oh, and you might want to turn the volume on your computer down too, although the music is hypontising!


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