Despite my slightly negative perception of mobile games, this seems to be good news. T-Mobile has announced today that its customers will get full, free mobile games, in exchange for watching some adverts.
The first game to be available is Poker Million II, which is playable if customers watch two full-screen ads before and two full-screen ads after the game. The client software automatically detects which games will be compatible for your device, and won’t offer you anything you can’t play.
Kat has already heralded the arrival of the Nokia 6650 (though she said it, along with the Nokia 6124, was boring), and now T-Mobile has announced that the clamshell handset is available.
We’ve already run down the features, but here they are again – let’s see if they sound any more exciting four-and-a-half months on…
It’s a battle of the mobile internet this Christmas, with Vodafone lowering their prices to match T-Mobiles unlimited monthly data fee, £7.50.
Biting back, T-Mobile’s just launched a five day pass for those hesitant to commit to the monthly fee for their web’n’walk plan, and have just PAYG handsets. For the five days, customers can expect to pay just 50p each day…
Sticking a mobile SIM inside a laptop is an increasingly popular notion – witness Vodafone’s partnerships with the likes of Dell and HP. Now Fujitsu Siemens has announced plans to include T-Mobile’s Web’n’Walk mobile broadband service in its AMILO Pro V3525 notebooks via an embedded SIM.