Now T-Mobile customers can choose from eight HotSpot-enabled phones, including three smartphones and a variety of Nokia and Samsung phones. The T-Mobile HotSpot @Home service offers unlimited, nationwide calling over any accessible Wi-Fi connection in addition to great in-home coverage.
The Nokia 6301 was already announced last September by Nokia.
Features of the Nokia 6301 UMA phone include 2MP camera, USB/PC Synchronization, microSD slot, 30MB internal memory, MP3 player, FM radio, hands-freespeaker, and 2 inch QVGA screen.
The Samsung T339 features a 1.3MP camera, music player, IM, speakerphone, Bluetooth, 176x220px screen and microSD card slot.
The Nokia 6301 and Samsung t339 will be available beginning June 23rd, 2008, at select T-Mobile retail stores and at the T-Mobile site.
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