T-Mobile to drop support for Danger services

Tuesday 1 March 2011 | 14:33 CET | News
T-Mobile USA announced that it will end support for the Danger Service used by customers with Sidekick devices on 1 June. The mobile operator said it will offer before then alternatives for customers to move to new devices. A tool is available on the T-Mobile website for exporting personal data from the data service. The Sidekick devcies were developed by Danger, which is now a subsidiary of Microsoft.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Danger / Microsoft / T-Mobile USA
Countries: United States
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