Early Chevy Sonics brake pads missing? Could be

2012 Chevy Sonic

You may find this as hard to believe as I, but some of the first Chevy Sonics built may be missing brake pads.

Yes, and the people who own them may not know they are missing.


According to the Associated Press, The Car Connection and a slew of others, General Motors is taking a look at 4,296 Sonics built to check if such a problem exists.

General Motors said a rental Sonic was undergoing warranty repair for noisy brakes when it was discovered either the inner or outer pad was missing.

How would one not know the brake pads were missing?

Well, if you never pressed the brakes harder than lightly you may not notice. Things will get a bit more dicey if you slam on the brakes. Stopping distances would increase greatly (as well as noise). No accidents have been reported (so far) but Chevy isn’t taking any chances. It will check the front brakes on the Sonics in question.(it’s got rear drums so the problem would be in the front). Chevy will also replace the pad, rotor and caliper if the pad is missing.

The problem was discovered in November but recall notices will not go out until Jan. 14, 2012, which is curious. Why haven’t those letters already gone to rental companies and Sonic owners? The Sonics in question were manufactured June 2, through November 21 at GM’s Orion Township plant in Michigan.

The Sonic has been has been hailed as GM’s success at finally making a great small car. Will reserve opinion until I drive the thing.


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BMW 3-Series still ultimate driving machine

2011 BMW 335i Sedan

I don’t get to drive BMWs often but it only takes a few seconds of seat time to remember why I like them so much: nothing else drives like one.


Nope, there is no other less-than-exotic maker that gives you this kind of visceral feeling. You just like them. You don’t even have to think about it. You just know you do.

I still think the 3-Series is so close to perfection it’s scary. That’s from a driving point of view. It has lots to knock – price, missing equipment that should be standard, interior room – to name a few. Those are just quibbles when compared to the overall pleasurable driving experience.


It’s the driving, stupid, I tell myself. Since the ‘80s, this has been the sedan to beat and from a pure driving sense it still is.


I’m a little put off by the manual transmission in this 335i. It’s not the snic-snic feel I remember. It’s just a tad rubbery now. Not so much to make you want an automatic but noticeable still. It’s still smooth enough to allow you to click through the gears and wring all the 300 horses from the 3.0-liter, inline six-cylinder. You can still blast down your favorite stretch of highway and get that BMW grin. Curvy roads. Not a problem. This car loves the challenge and will take on the best you can find while delivering a comfortable enough ride to satisfy those who simply bought the car for status. Yes, that still happens.


There is a gaggle of safety equipment in case you get too silly. Dynamic Stability Control and Dynamic Traction Control can bail you out as well as those marvelous ventilated discs with ABS. If I’m remembering correctly, you can switch some of that off if you want to prove how great a driver you are to yourself. I think. I didn’t shut anything off.

Interior is exquisite but needs more room.


My test model included a $2,100 sport package which includes a sports leather steering wheel, sports seats and a retuned suspension. Don’t know how much this improves the handling but I can tell you this is one of the best handling cars you can get. Braking, steering and handling are superb.


My quibbles aren’t limited to the stuff I mentioned earlier. At $40,600 there are no telematics. That’s a dealer installed option. These are leatherette seats, not leather. The radio was OK, but an iPod and USB adapter is an optional $400? Really.


That said, I’d plunk down the $44,525 BMW wants for this sedan if I had it to give. The warranty is good, gas mileage is OK for such a car and I’d even take the Alpine White paint job.If the company could cut me a great deal on a 6-Series convertible, I forget about the 335i. That would be sooooooo sweet.

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Report: Apple TV to launch summer 2012

After months and months of rumors, and Steve Jobs even saying in his autobiography that he’d cracked making TV better, reports are beginning to come fast and furious about an Apple branded TV.

One of the strongest comes from DigiTimes, which reports via industry sources that Apple has already begun to lower prices for its Apple TV set-top box and will be launching a full fledged TV next summer.  The TVs will come in 32- and 37-inch sizes, the report says:

The supply chain of Apple will start preparing materials for iTV sets in the first quarter of 2012 in order to meet Apple’s schedule to launch the new display products in the second or the third quarter of 2012, according to industry sources.

Instead of a form of set-top box (STB) like the Apple TV launched in 2006, Apple’s new products will be full TV sets, the sources added.

Media reports in Korea also indicated that Samsung Electronics started producing chips for the iTVs in November 2011, while Sharp will produce the displays for the new TVs.

If this is true we’d expect for Apple to continue to produce its Apple TV set-top box, which recently got a slight price drop on Amazon. As for the full fledged TV, we wonder about cost. You can get 37 inch sets for less than $500 now.

The Wall Street journal had previously published a piece pondering how Apple might use Siri to power its new TV. That makes sense. Being able to change the channel or surf via voice or play a movie by simply asking would be powerful. Xbox 360 Kinect does this to a point, but Apple should make it smoother. There are also rumors of Apple using iCloud as a digital DVR server, giving users instant voice-controlled access to content. Could be cool.

Stay tuned.

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Bad news for Samsung Galaxy S users: no Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade

Samsung will bring the popular new Ice Cream Sandwich Android software to its Galaxy lineup of cellphones next year, but it won’t hit the 2010 Galaxy S, which sold more than 10 million units. It also won’t run on the older version of the Galaxy Tablet, a 7-inch version that didn’t exactly break sales records.

Samsung announced Friday that its popular Galaxy S smartphone will continue to run an older version of Android, version 2.3 Gingerbread or version 2.2 Froyo.

Samsung says the phone’s hardware isn’t powerful enough to support the Ice Cream Sandwich software, which recently debuted on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus earlier this month. The older Sammy also runs a layer of touch interface software on top of the standard Android called “TouchWiz.”

Ice Cream Sandwich is coming to the newer Galaxy S II phones, which hit U.S. stores two months ago. And it’s not only Samsung that will deny users the latest software. Motorola has said only the new Droid Razr wil support it and HTC will add it to the Rezound smartphone next year–the one that comes with the Dr. Dre “Beats” earphones.Карта памяти 32GB class 10видеорегистратор в связномуличная MMS-камераGN232012 jeep wrangler unlimited car coverкупить сейф для офиса недорогоУслуги для бизнесасправка 086 для поступленияBestok

iPad 3 to debut Feb. 24, on Steve Jobs’ birthday?

Apple iPad 2Talk about a rumor that makes a lot of sense.

Focus Taiwan reports today that a local Chinese newspaper, The Economic Daily News, has reported Apple plans to launch the hotly anticipated iPad 3 on Feb. 24, the birthdate of late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.

The newspaper cited sources close to the iPad 3 supply chain:

After the iPhone 4S successfully took the tech market by storm, the iPad3 is widely expected to be Apple’s first hit product to be released next year.

Industry sources said the first shipment of the iPad3 could exceed 4 million units.

Because it is a new gadget, it is taking time for makers in the supply chain to raise their yield rates. The sources said all OEM and ODM makers have exercised great caution in ensuring the smooth operations of their production lines.

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We won’t vote, but we’ll line up to buy Air Jordan Concords

We’re not sure what it says about this country that we can have just 40 percent voter turnout during the 2010 election season but shoppers line up en masse to spar over the latest Air Jordan basketball shoes.Nike just released a new version of an old fave, the new Air Jordan XI Concords that were initially released in 1996. If you follow the sneaker blogs (yes, there are sneaker blogs), this has been the hot industry talk for weeks. People lined up in droves early Friday morning for the new $180 shoe and it wasn’t long before the people in line got restless and unruly.

Seattle police had to use pepper spray to break up a fight. About 20 people were hit and one man was arrested for assault. There were more than 1,000 people lined up outside a mall at 4 a.m. for the shoes.

Four people were arrested at an Atlanta mall after a crowd broke down the door to a store selling the Jordans before the store opened.

Long lines were formed at malls all over the country. In Indianapolis, about 1,500 people lined up to try to buy 300 shoes at a store at Castleton Mall. There was some pushing and shoving there, as there was at another nearby Indianapolis mall.

Across the country similar reports emerged.

As for the shoes themselves, they look good and reviews (see video below) are good. Jordans are known for quality fit and feel so we’d expect these to be the same, but do you really want to pay $180, before taxes, just for some kicks–kicks for which you may have to take a few kicks before you can call them your own?

OK, many of you do. That’s why the lines are long. These are undoubtedly good looking footwear, but we really think Nike and Jordan, owner of the NBA’s Charlotte Bobcats, need to take a look at the distribution method for the next release. I’m sure neither Nike nor Jordan wants fans to get injured trying to get the latest pair.
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Post T-Mobile breakup, AT&T buys more spectrum to advance 4G LTE

AT&T didn’t get the T-Mobile spectrum it wanted to help further its 4G LTE network, but Thursday it received approval to buy mobile television spectrum licenses from Qualcomm. The deal was worth nearly $2 billion and will allow AT&T to continue rapid deployment of its new 4G LTE mobile broadband network.

The new wireless capacity will allow AT&T to cover more than 300 million U.S. customers. It will be used to supplement AT&T’s existing network.

This new spectrum is important because it uses a signal that can travel long distances and penetrate thick walls. It could improve AT&T reception inside buildings, which is problematic in some areas of the country.

The sale is expected to close before the end of the 2011 calendar year.

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Sony releases launch details for PlayStation Vita

One of the most interesting tech hardware launches in recent memory comes early next year when Sony delivers its new PlayStation Vita handheld system.

It’s said to boast PlayStation 3 quality graphics on a 5-inch screen in the palm of your hand. It will run via WiFi or 3G. It has full gaming industry support and will have 25 titles on launch day Feb. 22. Software will run you between $10 and $50.

Ay, there’s the rub.

With so many Android and iOS games available for free or $0.99 and “expensive ones” going for under $8, we raise an eyebrow. Are  gamers who’ve grown accustomed to the inexpensive smartphone gaming era willing to drop serious coin for just one game–even if that game is better and easier to control than the iPhone or Android models?

Remember the Vita will have dedicated gaming buttons, and we will never argue that playing Madden football on a mini-PS3 isn’t better than playing on a Samsung Galaxy S II.

But we’re talking about $250 for WiFI and $300 for 3G versions of the new Sony device. That’s more than the iPod Touch–and games will cost more too.

Will the Vita’s hardware/software combo be enough to convince gamers a separate device that doesn’t do all the things modern smartphones do is worth the expense?

It’s a question we think a lot of folks will seek an answer to in February.

Here’s the press release with more launch details:

Sony Computer Entertainment America LLC today announced software launch details for the highly anticipated PlayStation®Vita (PS Vita) handheld entertainment system, which will boast the biggest and best launch lineup across the history of PlayStation platforms. PS Vita will offer the most popular franchises in gaming along with entirely new titles – all built from the ground up to take advantage of PS Vita and the unique ways it enables gamers to play.

The PS Vita platform has the full development support of the gaming industry, including SCE Worldwide Studios and all third-party publishers, who are combining to deliver 25 titles on day one. First-party launch titles will include Escape Plan™, Hot Shots Golf®: World Invitational, Little Deviants™, ModNation™Racers: Road Trip, UNCHARTED: Golden Abyss™, and wipEout® 2048.  Key launch titles from third-party partners will include EA SPORTS FIFA Soccer (Electronic Arts, Inc.), Lumines ™ Electronic Symphony (Ubisoft, Inc.), Touch My Katamari™ (Namco Bandai Games America Inc.), Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3® (Capcom Entertainment, Inc.) and Virtua Tennis™4: World Tour Edition (Sega® of America).

Pricing for all software will range between $9.99- $49.99 (MSRP). Software titles will be available via PS Vita game cards at retail stores or digitally via PlayStation®Network. In addition, a select number of titles will be available exclusively on PlayStation Network

“PlayStation Vita is the ultimate portable gaming device, offering all of the interface, controls and social connectivity that gamers have been dreaming about to deliver unsurpassed entertainment and completely new ways to play,” said Jack Tretton, president and CEO, Sony Computer Entertainment America. “PS Vita features the most extensive launch lineup in PlayStation’s history, and there are more than 100 games in development, ensuring that PS Vita gamers will always have a steady stream of amazing titles at their fingertips.”

The gameplay experience on PS Vita is unmatched by any other mobile device in the market, providing new ways to interact through features such as its 5-inch OLED multi-touch screen and rear touch pad, dual analog sticks, dual cameras, and six-axis motion sensing system. PS Vita will also interact with the PlayStation®3 (PS3™) with compatible titles, offering multi-player gaming across both platforms and cloud-saving so consumers can play a game on one platform and pick up where they left off on the other.

PS Vita will draw consumers deeper into the gameplay experience by providing both 3G/Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi only models, enabling them to connect and play with the world around them, including their friends and other PS Vita owners. A variety of social networking and communications services such as Facebook, flickr, foursquare, Skype™, and Twitter will be available on PS Vita.

PS Vita launches at major retailers in the United States and Canada on February 22, 2012. The Wi-Fi model will be available for $249.99 (MSRP), and the 3G/Wi-Fi model will be available in the United States for $299.99 (MSRP). Consumers who pre-order the PS Vita First Edition Bundle will be able to pick up their devices as early as February 15, 2012. All first-party launch software titles and a selection of peripherals and third-party games will be available that day to support the release of the pre-sale Bundle.

Consumers who purchase PS Vita will also be able to experience Augmented Reality (AR) right out of the box.  Included with every PS Vita system are six AR Play cards and one voucher to download a handful of augmented reality mini games via PlayStation®Network.

SCEA Launch Day Titles
Escape Plan™ (PSN Only)
Hot Shots Golf®: World Invitational
Hustle Kings™ (PSN Only)
Little Deviants™
ModNation™ Racers: Road Trip
Super StarDust™ Delta (PSN only)
UNCHARTED: Golden Abyss™
wipEout® 2048        
Launch Window Titles
Gravity Rush™
MLB® 12 The Show
Reality Fighters™
Unit 13™
Third Party Publisher Launch Day Titles
Army Corps of Hell © Square Enix, Inc.
Asphalt® Injection Ubisoft, Inc.
BEN10™ GALACTIC RACING D3 Publisher of America
Blazblue: Continuum Shift EXTEND* Aksys Games Localization, Inc.
Dungeon Hunter Alliance Ubisoft, Inc.
Dynasty Warriors Next Tecmo Koei America Corporation
F1 2011™ Codemasters®
EA SPORTS FIFA Soccer Electronic Arts, Inc.
Lumines ™ Electronic Symphony* Ubisoft, Inc.
Michael Jackson The Experience Ubisoft, Inc.
Plants vs. Zombies™ (PSN Only) Sony Online Entertainment LLC
Rayman® Origins* Ubisoft, Inc.
Shinobido 2: Revenge of Zen Namco Bandai Games America Inc.
Tales of Space: Mutant Blobs (PSN Only) Drinkbox Studios
Touch My Katamari™ Namco Bandai Games America Inc.
Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3®* Capcom Entertainment, Inc.
Virtua Tennis™4: World Tour Edition Sega® of America
Launch Window Titles
LEGO® Harry Potter™: Years 5-7 Warner Bros. Interactive Ent. Inc.
Disgaea ®3:Absence of Detention NIS America, Inc.
NINJA GAIDEN® Sigma PLUS Tecmo Koei America Corporation
Ridge Racer® Namco Bandai Games America Inc.
Silent Hill Book of Memories Konami Digital Ent. America, Inc.
Supremacy MMA: Unrestricted™ 505 Games

Peripherals and Accessories

There will be a broad selection of official accessories that will be available at PS Vita’s launch, such as a Carrying Case, In-Ear Headset, and Cradle.

For consumers looking for a complete solution, a Starter Kit will be available for $39.99 (MSRP), which includes a 4GB Memory Card, Pocket Pouch, Protective Film, Card Case, Headphones, and Cleaning Cloth. Standalone Memory Cards will start at $19.99 (MSRP), providing plenty of options for storing games and save data, videos, music, photos and more.

Product Name Release Date MSRP
4 GB Memory Card February 15, 2012 $19.99
8 GB Memory Card February 15, 2012 $29.99
16 GB Memory Card February 15, 2012 $59.99
32 GB Memory Card February 15, 2012 $99.99
Starter Kit with Memory Card February 15, 2012 $39.99
In-Ear Headset February 15, 2012 $19.99
Carrying Case February 15, 2012 $19.99
Travel Pouch February 15, 2012 $19.99
Protective Film (2 pack) February 15, 2012 $9.99
Card Case February 15, 2012 $5.99
Cradle February 15, 2012 $19.99
Portable Charger Spring 2012 $49.99
AC Adaptor February 15, 2012 $14.99
Car Adaptor Spring 2012 $14.99
USB Cable February 15, 2012 $14.99


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CEO of T-Mobile parent company tries to reassure U.S. employees

Now that we know the T-Mobile and AT&T merger or acquisition — or whatever you want to call it — is not going through, T-Mobile’s German parent company, Deutsche Telekom, is trying to reassure U.S. workers they’ll still have a job and the parent company still has some plans for its struggling U.S. business.

T-Mobile has already tried to address its current customers in this note from the head of the company:

Dear T-Mobile Customers:

By now I am sure you have seen media reports that AT&T and Deutsche Telekom (DT) have mutually decided to terminate their agreement for AT&T to acquire T-Mobile USA. This announcement effectively ends the acquisition process launched March 20.

What does this mean for T-Mobile USA customers? Our focus is unchanged: make the latest mobile products and services affordable for everyone.

And there are many reasons to choose T-Mobile as your wireless provider:

  • Great Value. We’re offering our best plan ever – 2 lines for $49.99 each that includes voice, text and data (including 2GB at full-speed) on each line with a new 2-year agreement. We also now offer aMonthly4G no annual contract plan that gives you unlimited talk, text, and web (including 100MB at full-speed) for $50.  
  • Compelling Products.  We offer a great line-up of 4G smartphones. We continue to rapidly expand our selection of amazing and affordable 4G smartphones, tablets and other devices that make mobile internet service easy and affordable. This holiday, we have cutting edge smartphones including the 42 Mbps-capable HTC Amaze™ 4G and the Samsung Galaxy S™ II. In January, we will begin selling the Lumia 710, the first Windows Phone from Nokia for as low as $49.99 after mail-in rebate with a 2-year agreement on a qualifying plan
  • America’s Largest 4G Network – now faster than ever. Whether you need driving instructions that are fast enough to keep up with your car, or want to stream a full-length movie uninterrupted, our 4G network delivers. We have expanded our 4G coverage to more than 200 million people in 208 markets and doubled speeds for nearly 180 million Americans in 163 markets.

Thank you for the opportunity to serve you, we appreciate your business and we will continue to focus on earning your loyalty every day.


Jim Alling
Chief Operations Officer
T-Mobile USA, Inc.


Now the company is trying to reassure employees although the note from Deutsche Telekom CEO Rene’ Olbermann doesn’t exactly say much about where the company is heading. But still, here it is:

Dear Colleagues,

Following the termination of our agreement with AT&T regarding the sale of T-Mobile USA, I want to take this opportunity to express my sincere thanks and gratitude to each and every one of you.

I know that the past few months have been especially challenging, however you have persevered under trying and uncertain circumstances to remain focused and move T-Mobile USA forward. I have immense respect for that.

Special mention and thanks must also go to Philipp Humm for his inspirational leadership. He personifies the dedication, loyalty and fighting spirit in each one of you.

I know that Deutsche Telekom can continue to rely on your commitment and support. I look forward to working with all of you on a plan to grow the business. Please be assured of my full support; you are a great team.

May I wish you a wonderful festive season and a prosperous new year.

René Obermann

CEO of Deutsche Telekom

With the breakup of the acquisition/buyout now complete, Deutsche Telekom gets $3 billion in cash and $1 billion in wireless spectrum from AT&T as part of the deal. That money is said to be heading to Germany and DT isn’t under any obligation to spend that cash in the States on anything T-Mobile.


What if DT decides to spend that $3 billion on more spectrum, which would allow it to launch a real 4G network? And what if T-Mobile can get a deal with Apple for a certain iconic phone that sells by the millions? There’s also a potential partnership with DISH Network, a satellite TV company that plans to build its own 4G network. That cash infusion and a partnership could make a lot of sense, as would DT trying to sell T-Mobile again.

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T-Mobile brings first Nokia Windows Phone to U.S.

The first Nokia phone in the U.S. to use the Windows operating system is going to run on T-Mobile.

T-Mobile hopes to lure some of the more than 150 million Americans who don’t own a smartphone with the Nokia Lumia 710. It’s a 3.7 inch WVGA touch display and features a powerful 1.4 gigahertz processor.

The price point of $49.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate is aggressive, but of course, it requires the standard two-year agreement.

The press release follows:

T-Mobile Brings Nokia Lumia 710 to the U.S.

Nokia and T-Mobile deliver a leading entry-level Windows Phone experience to the nearly 150 million Americans still to make the transition to smartphones.

BELLEVUE, Wash., and SUNNYVALE, Calif. — Dec. 14, 2011 — T-Mobile USA, Inc. and Nokia today announced the upcoming availability of the Nokia Lumia 710, the first Windows Phone from Nokia in the United States. Targeted at the nearly 150 million Americans who haven’t purchased their first smartphones, the Nokia Lumia 710, capable of running on T-Mobile’s 4G network,  delivers high-performance hardware, Nokia’s best social and Internet experience, and access to popular smartphone applications and services from Windows Phone Marketplace.

Running on America’s Largest 4G Network™, the Nokia Lumia 710 benefits from the unique people-first approach of Windows Phone, bringing together all interactions with family and friends in People Hub. The Nokia Lumia 710 also provides one-click access to popular services, such as Netflix, T-Mobile TV with mobile HD1 and a leading mobile Web experience with Internet Explorer® Mobile, Bing™ Search with voice activation and Local Scout for locally relevant search results. The smartphone also brings access to signature Nokia experiences, such as Nokia Drive for voice-guided, turn-by-turn navigation and ESPN for exclusive sports content.

“We’re excited to team with Nokia in bringing its first Windows Phone to the U.S. with the elegantly designed Nokia Lumia 710,” said Cole Brodman, chief marketing officer, T-Mobile USA. “Windows Phone offers a compelling mobile OS choice for people who want a smartphone built around them, their family and friends.  We expect it to play a more prominent role in our lineup and marketing efforts in 2012.”

Today, people are increasingly upgrading to smartphones, and many are doing so for the first time. According to the NPD Group, U.S. smartphone sales reached 59 percent in the third quarter 2011, an increase of 13 percent since third quarter 2010. With an increasing demand for smartphones, the Nokia Lumia 710 offers a compelling experience aimed at addressing the needs of the nearly 150 million people in the U.S. who have yet to upgrade to their first smartphones.

“Our research shows nearly everybody in the U.S. wants a smartphone, but many believe they can’t afford it,” Brodman said. “That’s where T-Mobile shines. Our Unlimited Value and Monthly4G plans make it more affordable than ever to step up to mobile data on our 4G network.”

”The Nokia Lumia 710 is the perfect first-time smartphone: a well-designed product that delivers the most compelling Windows Phone experience in its price range and with access to great content and thousands of applications,” said Chris Weber, president, Nokia Americas. “This is the perfect first Nokia Lumia experience and the start of our re-entry into the U.S. smartphone market.”

Available in a black or white finish, the Nokia Lumia 710 features a 3.7-inch ClearBlack WVGA scratch-resistant display for outstanding outdoor viewing and a Qualcomm 1.4 GHz Snapdragon™ processor providing speedy access to entertainment and information on-the-go. It also features a 5-megapixel camera with Nokia’s leading camera technology, enabling people to take pictures in almost any light condition and share on social networks in seconds. With the most integrated work-life solution of any mobile platform via the Windows Phone Office Hub and an interactive mobile gaming experience via Xbox LIVE®, the Nokia Lumia 710 is the complete all-round first-time smartphone experience.

The Nokia Lumia 710 is expected to be available at T-Mobile retail stores, select dealers and retailers nationwide, and online at http://www.t-mobile.com starting Jan. 11. The Nokia Lumia 710 is expected to cost $49.99 after a $50 mail-in-rebate card, with a two-year service agreement and qualifying Classic voice and data plan. For more information, visit http://www.t-mobile.com/lumia.

For more information on T-Mobile’s Unlimited Value and Monthly4G plans, see: http://family.t-mobile.com/phone-plans.

1 Mobile HD TV can deliver a bit rate of 800kbps and 16:9 resolution; the bit rate and resolution you experience will vary based on many factors, e.g., programming, network connection and device.

# # #
About T-Mobile USA:
Based in Bellevue, Wash., T-Mobile USA, Inc. is the U.S. wireless operation of Deutsche Telekom AG (OTCQX: DTEGY). By the end of the third quarter of 2011, approximately 129 million mobile customers were served by the mobile communication segments of the Deutsche Telekom group — 33.7 million by T-Mobile USA — all via a common technology platform based on GSM and UMTS and additionally HSPA+ 21/HSPA+ 42. T-Mobile USA’s wireless products and services help empower people to connect to those who matter most. Multiple independent research studies continue to rank T-Mobile USA among the highest in numerous regions throughout the U.S. in wireless customer care and call quality. For more information, please visit http://www.T-Mobile.com. T-Mobile is a federally registered trademark of Deutsche Telekom AG. For further information on Deutsche Telekom, please visit www.telekom.de/investor-relations.
About Nokia
Nokia is a global leader in mobile communications whose products have become an integral part of the lives of people around the world. Every day, more than 1.3 billion people use their Nokia to capture and share experiences, access information, find their way or simply to speak to one another. Nokia’s technological and design innovations have made its brand one of the most recognized in the world. For more information, visit http://www.nokia.com/about-nokia.

Forward-Looking Statements
This press release contains forward-looking statements that reflect certain current views of Deutsche Telekom management and certain current views of Nokia Inc. management with respect to future events. These forward-looking statements may include statements with regard to the expected development of revenue, earnings, profits from operations, depreciation and amortization, cash flows, markets, market demands, product offerings and personnel-related measures. You should consider them with caution. Such statements are subject to risks and uncertainties, most of which are difficult to predict and are generally beyond Deutsche Telekom’s or Nokia’s control. Among the factors that might influence our ability to achieve our objectives are the progress of our workforce reduction initiative and

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