T-Mobile announced yesterday that they now have 32.8 million customers as of the end of the fourth quarter and have added 621,000 new accounts during that same quarter. That does not stack up well when compared to the 2.1+ million accounts AT&T added that quarter and the 1.2 Verizon added.
I guess that means that the T-Mobile Android G1 is not drawing as many people as T-Mobile promised, but that could be due to their slower rollout of 3G, which limits the appeal.
On the other hand, T-Mobile is going to be the first in the US offering the HOT BlackBerry 8900 Curve. The successor to a device that sold millions. This is right after their exclusive deal to sell the 8220 Pearl Flip. That makes me wonder if people will switch for the 8900 or just wait for their carrier to get it. (Which may take at least a year if you follow Verizon & Sprint’s history.)
So I have to ask. Will you be switching to T-Mobile for the 8900?