Dash to Tmobile to Get the New T-Mobile Dash Phone PDA!
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The new Tmobile Dash phone is the newest device in the combined cellphone and PDA market. With built -in wifi and bluetooth as well as being a GSM phone, the T-mobile Dash allows you maximum connectivity in a mimimum-sized package.

Running Windows Mobile, weighing just 4.2 ounces, and less than 4 1/2 inches long and only 2 1/2 inches wide, the T-Mobile Dash is by far the tiniest of the full-featured PDA phones on the market to date.


But don’t let the Tmobile Dash’s dimunitive size throw you off! The Tmobile Dash phone sports a full QWERTY keyboard, synchs with Outlook, does instant messaging via all three major instant message networks, supports stereo bluetooth, and sports a mini SD slot.

The Tmobile Dash also supports the T-Mobile MyFaves option, which allows you to make free, unlimited calls to any 5 numbers you designate, even if they are not on the Tmobile network.

And the T-Mobile Dash’s built-in wifi is a natural for T-Mobile’s newly announced unlimited home wifi VOIP plan, HotSpot @Home, which allows you to make unlimited VOIP calls from any T-Mobile hotspot as well as from home.

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Priced at $199 after rebate, the T-Mobile Dash may be just the thing for someone looking for an all-in-one device which is as much phone as PDA.

For more information, see and order the T-Mobile Dash here.

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8 thoughts on “Dash to Tmobile to Get the New T-Mobile Dash Phone PDA!
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  1. How do I internet audio stream with the T-mobile Dash? I would like to listen to www.knx1070.com at work and it tells me I need to download the flash player. Which program do you use to stream audio?

  2. The Dash is not listed as a Hopspot@Home compatible phone. I understand there are “ways” to enable this option but it is not a default at least based on my visit to a local TMobile store within the past week.

  3. I have a t-mobile dash and i listen to streaming audio all of the time on it using edge. I don’t know why the rep would tell you that.

  4. You can tv and video free to your phone plus access all your media files. Just go on your computer and sign up for orb.com they associate of microsoft you will love what you can do. Once you download file you get you media from your smartphone thourgh the intenet. Have fun T-mobile dash it has alot of programs that more advance the other phones for lesser price and use the cd that has all imformation on it. It comes with the phone. I hope this was helpful.

  5. The issue with the last comment,is the jerk more than likely never asked.He was amazed by all the other features and he more than likely never asked about the internet radio,assuming like most guys do,that because it has so many features it should have the internet radio.Well here is the thing.Get off your lazy tail and stop wasting time listening to radio on your cell phone.I hope he switches to Sprint or Cingular and continues to get plugged in the rear by crappy companies!

  6. Went to T-mobile store, said I wanted the Dash for internet
    radio, got it, signed for plan. Got it home, and could not
    get live365 (largest internet radio site). called T-mobile
    tech and 2 different techs both said the Dash does not
    support streaming audio. Avoid T mobile, their reps are
    ignorant, thieves, or both.

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