T-Mobile G1s’ 3G Woes

The free trial period for T-Mobile G1s’ new 3G network expired today as the users found their data plans being revised to that to which they signed while pre-ordering their G1.  With a fortnight passed since the G1 was launched officially, T-Mobile is rumored to be facing some serious technical glitches.  In fact, today most of the customers reported the whole Internet connection was found to be down. Their data plans have been switched to the pre-signed data plans and the network was found to be making much noise.

The carrier has had few problems with its network before but this should be taken seriously by customers who’ve made a switch from the other carriers, so that the may be using Android. Hope, the guys stitch into the woes soon else Hesse ‘d be found making merry!

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