GIVEAWAY: T-Mobile myTouch & myTouch Q!

We are really excited here to be hosting a super fun giveaway from T-Mobile.   We are giving away, not one, but TWO fabulous prizes valued at $279 each!

The Prizes:

The T-Mobile myTouch AND the T-Mobile myTouchQ!T Mobile myTouch

What makes these two phones so exciting?

They are intentionally easy.

The myTouch and myTouch Q were designed with a number of features that make them approachable.

  • Set-up Wizard – simple instructions make e-mail and social network integration a breeze.
  • Tips Widget – instructional videos and “how-to” information are provided for a quick resource.
  • Genius Button – one-shot voice commands to call, text, or search the Web.

What is the difference between the two smart phones?

  • The myTouch has a virtual keyboard with Swype.
  • The myTouch Q has a 3.5 inch touch screen PLUS a physical slide-out full QWERTY keyboard.

There are two other VERY important differences:

  • The myTouch is available in black and white.
  • The myTouch Q is available in gray or violet.

I think the violet would look the best with my eyes.

Both Android-powered smartphones have access to T-Mobile’s 4G network and a list of features so long that I will let you refer to T-Mobile for the specifics.

The Chatter:

Join in the fun on Twitter Tuesday evening from 8-10 CST for #gno.

We will be chatting about holiday shopping and wireless/mobile broadband as gifts.

#gno is always a hoot…you can RSVP and learn more here.

Enter the Giveaway:

In the comments below answer the question:

What is the biggest question you have when it comes to buying a wireless product as a gift?

Other entries {please leave a comment for each}:

This giveaway will end at midnight CST Monday, November 14, 2011.   The winners will be chosen via random number generator and notified via email.   When you enter this contest, you are agreeing to these super extensive rules.

Good luck!

{I am working with T-Mobile and Mom It Forward on this project.   The prizes are being provided by T-Mobile.}

 

331 Comments

  1. happycampers says:

    My biggest question is how to find the best prices!!

  2. Carol Taylor says:

    price and ease of function

  3. My biggest question is price, and will the person I am giving it to know how to use it.

  4. What is the biggest question you have when it comes to buying a wireless product as a gift?

    My biggest question I have when it comes to buying a wireless product as a gift is will the person like and use is. Because phones come with a 2 year service plan majority of the time. And I would not like to buy someone a phone that they would not like to have for a few years. Now a days people are very particular when it comes to cell phones. Also a question I would have to ask myself to start looking for a phone is how will the phone be used. So another big question I have when it comes to buying a wireless product as a gift is where to find unbiased comparison charts and looking for the find features of a phone that match the person of interest.

  5. Debbie Bickel says:

    My biggest question would be if it will work with their present phone service and if their number would stay the same. How much would it cost them per month to enjoy this product would be another important factor.

  6. Debbie Bickel says:

    My biggest question would be if it will work with their present phone service and if their number would stay the same. How much would it cost them per month to enjoy this product would be another important factor.

  7. Debbie Bickel says:

    My biggest question would be how much will this cost per month. Wil this product work with the internet or phone service they already have and if it will fulfil the needs they have for this product.

  8. Veronica R says:

    The biggest question is the cost (obviously).

  9. Sue Lester says:

    I would love to win this. My biggest concern is would it work with our current service, could we keep the same number.
    kslester_99@yahoo.com

  10. As a gift, my biggest concern would be cost vs. service

  11. We have T-Mobile and LOVE it! My biggest question would be what does the person you’re gifting it for use their phone for the most (work, fun, internet access, etc).

  12. Christina Kubilus says:

    How long is the battery life?

  13. Elisa canon says:

    My biggest question would be would it be compatible with their current phone / Internet provider? Would it incurr too many expenses for them to make it a practical gift?

  14. Phyllis Storms says:

    My question would be”How long before it is replaced by newer model with better features”?

  15. Christina Kubilus says:

    Like on th

  16. Christina Kubilus says:

    Like on Facebook.

  17. Christina Kubilus says:

    Follow on Twitter.

  18. I never buy any kind of wireless products as gifts because I am always afraid I will pick the wrong thing or that my husband would have do e his own research and had something else in mind.

  19. I follow tmobile on twitter

  20. I like Tmobile on Facebook.

  21. Crystal S. says:

    figuring out if they have it already or actually want it!
    @zoeybear20

  22. my biggest question/concern is how to exchange it if the person wants something different!!!

  23. Crystal S. says:

    following tmobile on twitter @zoeybear20

  24. Crystal S. says:

    liked tmobile on facebook

  25. betty baez says:

    my biggest question when buying a phone is how affordable and quality of the plans are there

  26. betty baez says:

    liked on facebook

  27. Michael Hirsh says:

    I want to know my bottom line price for services including taxes and fees. X amount per month always sounds great until you add something on and then get hammered with taxes and fees. I know
    we have to pay them but it would be nice to see that upfront. Also, how about a flat rate with phones for a family including taxes and fees?

  28. Biggest Q: will it fit MY needs? Don’t need some of the fanciest features.

  29. I follow TMobile on FB (Facebook.com/shaundram)

  30. Speed is the biggest issue for me, my current phone is sloooooow and I have a recurring fantasy of skipping it across a parking lot into the grill of an oncoming steamroller.

  31. JD Northwest says:

    I want to know if a device can be returned/traded. Always a concern when giving something that needs to meet the users needs and expectations.

  32. JD Northwest says:

    I Follow @TMobile on Twitter

  33. JD Northwest says:

    I Like T-Mobile on FB

  34. My biggest questions has to do with understanding all of the latest technology and whether it will be important to the gift recipient or not. There are so many options these days!

  35. Lisa Wangler says:

    Question is always price for a plan and how consumer friendly is the company.

  36. Kim Whipple says:

    Like T-Mobile on facebook

  37. How easily does it break?

  38. Linsi Neal says:

    My biggest question is how much will it cost, especially per month.. as well as what parental controls are there?

  39. latonya r says:

    definitely battery life, mobile email, and using your own mp3 for ringtones

  40. latonya r says:

    definitely battery life, mobile email, and using your own mp3 for ringtones

  41. latonya r says:

    i follow on twitter as vivaciousgold

  42. latonya r says:

    I follow on facebook as livivua

  43. My biggest question is how much will the bill be in total. I am so angry with my current carrier (Verizon) because they advertise a low price and then when you get your bill it is so much more because of hidden fees, taxes, etc. If they say it will be $100 a month for all then I expect the bill to be $100 not $175 when I get it.

  44. My biggest concern is whether or not it has all the features that person will like.

  45. My biggest question is whether or not I can control what goes on with it. I would gift this to my son, so I would want to be able to read texts and stuff, even if he deletes them.

  46. I follow TMobile on Twitter @AmBlessedBeyond

  47. Annette D says:

    Battery life is really important and also how I can get my contacts off my current phone.

  48. I like TMobile on FB @apesydaisy

  49. Annette D says:

    Following on twitter @annedoggett

  50. My biggest question is usually- who’s going to teach me how to use this thing? LOL

    Seriously, I hate reading those manuals. It’s so much easier if someone just tells me!

  51. Heather S. says:

    My biggest question is ease of texting. I would be purchasing for one of my teenagers and that is their main purpose with a cell phone LOL.

  52. My biggest question is how much will it cost and how much data will i get?
    I’m always on the go so i look for phones with the best deal on internet and minutes and texts!!

    Holly

  53. I liked T-Mobile on facebook as Pam Lofton

  54. Follow on twitter: – @hfashionbeautyx

    Holly

  55. I am following T-Mobile on Twitter as pammlofton

  56. Followed on Facebook: – Holly Byx

    Thank you for this fantastic giveaway!!

    Holly

  57. Heather S. says:

    I’m following T-Mobile on Twitter as @ourkidsmom

  58. Lisa Weidknecht says:

    What if they don’t like it? Can it be returned? Or is there a restocking fee?

  59. My biggest question will be will they like it. If I am giving it as a gift, that’s a pretty big thing. They’d be stuck with it if they didn’t like it.

  60. I follow on twitter @kadielynn83

  61. My questions would be, What will the bill be each month. With taxes and all the other fees that no one tells you about until you get the bill.

  62. Lisa Weidknecht says:

    I Follow @TMobile on Twitter.

  63. Lisa Weidknecht says:

    I Like T-Mobile on FB.

  64. I follow on twitter@armywifesupportgroup

  65. And I just liked t mobile on Facebook (Kadie Spino)

  66. I follow on facebook at armywifesupportgroup

  67. My biggest question is what the monthly bill will be. It seems like hiding costs is common, so I want to be sure I know what I am signing up for.

  68. I follow tmobil on twitter, lunaj1456

  69. I am a facebook fan (Anne Jolly) of tmobile

  70. I am following T-Mobile on Facebook at Lenora Proud ArmyWife Lubega

  71. My biggest question is “what is the quality like?”. I read reviews on everything I buy, especially those big ticket items. Extended battery life is a must as well as the life of the phone itself. If I have to constantly charge the phone, I don’t want it.

  72. Already following T-Mobile on Twitter — MyBellaMia

  73. Being that I’m on a budget , I would like to know what would be the best features to fit my budget! How many minutes, how much texting etc. Those type of features are a must and are important !

  74. I “Like” T-Mobile on Facebook — Bella Mia

  75. My main question would be affordability. What plan gets me the best bang for my buck and within my budget.

  76. Following t-mobile on face book LisaLisa Charleston

  77. my biggest concern is if they like it and it has the features they want in a new phone

  78. Following T-Mobile on twitter! (@Ida_homie)

  79. Typically I am looking for speed, definitely durability since i’m clumsy, ease of use, and popularity (an indicator of sucess IMO)

  80. My number one question is if the person I am buying it for can actually use all the features on the phone! You would be surprised at how many people don’t even realize what phones can do now!

  81. Cathi Foster says:

    I always wonder about WiFi. I have never used it before and have n idea how it works. I really need to get with the times!!!

  82. Cathi Foster says:

    I am following tmobile on twitter

  83. Cathi Foster says:

    I liked t mobile on facebook

  84. I take into consideration when buying a wireless product as a gift, everything that that person would typically like including the brand, features, battery life, color options.

  85. When buying a wireless product as a gift I need to know who their service provider is.

  86. I follow T-Mobile on Twitter

  87. I like T-Mobile on Facebook

  88. follow tmobile on twitter.
    @pepperandherpup

  89. My biggest question is about the “unlimited” minutes, texts, data, etc. They always say unlimited but there is usually a limit and if you go over that they start charging extra.

  90. My biggest question would be who pays the monthly bill? Is that something that the gift giver should pick up – at least for a little while? Or should the giver assume that the reciever will not mind? And what if they have to switch carriers? Willl that be a problem? What if they are in a contract with their current carrier and can’t get out?
    Questions like these are why I choose to be on the safe side with gift giving. I only give puppies.

  91. The battery life is very important to me, as is the durabilitiy. Thakn you very much for the awesome giveaway. edysicecreamlover18@gmailDOTcom

  92. I’m following T-Mobile on Twitter as talonsmom731

  93. I like T-Mobile on Facebook as Danetta Young

  94. What is the biggest question you have when it comes to buying a wireless product as a gift?
    I would have to say that my biggest question would be the reviews on the product. I take others opinions into consideration when making purchases. I also want to make sure the product is a well recognized brand.

  95. My biggest question is what will the additional costs be in order to use all of the features of the device…will an additional data plan be necessary/required? The ongoing cost factor is a huge consideration.

  96. I have a couple of questions when going wireless. 1) Will the person need to change wireless providers and 2) are there any hidden costs or feeds on usage.

  97. The biggest question I have when buying it as a gift are “What do other people think of the product?” I look at a lot of consumer reviews, since I have had problems with handsets in the past.

    For example, I have a Motorola DEFY right now, and I’d only give it a 3.5/5. My girlfriend has the MyTouch Q and absolutely loves it…. I’m jealous, and wants one…

  98. The battery life… because I go on facebook, etc.. so i would want it to last a long time

  99. I would say that my biggest concern is the recipient…will they like it, is it “cool,” etc. And will I be able to return it if not?

  100. The wireless plan and contract is my biggest question.

    livelovelaughwithleslieblog at gmail dot com

  101. I am always worried if I am buying the right product and what the exchange policy is!

  102. I follow TMobile on Twitter @kristinnw.

  103. My biggest questions are knowing if the phone is compatible with someone’s wireless service carrier and whether contracts are involved. Also, monthly data plan costs. It would be great but probably shocking to be able to purchase a yearly plan right from the start at a reduced fee.

  104. For me it’s the contract. How long, what are the penilties etc.

    sarahcoulsey03 at gmail dot com

  105. I follow TMobile on twitter.
    LLLwithLeslie

    livelovelaughwithleslieblog at gmail dot com

  106. I follow T-mobile on Facebook

    Sarah Mansfield Coulsey

    sarahcoulsey03 at gmail dot com

  107. I like TMobile on FB
    leslie malone

    livelovelaughwithleslieblog at gmail dot com

  108. First I want to know that the gift will work with their carrier. Second knowing if they didn’t like that particular gift can they upgrade to a different style??
    Connie

  109. My biggest question when buying a wireless product as a gift is: What’s the best combination of product features and T-Mobile Plans to best suit the person I am buying the gift for?

  110. I always ask what plans the phone will work with. I know some phones are for the prepaid only and others are for the contract plans. That always helps to determine what to buy.

  111. Making sure that I have the optimum features for my gift recipient!

  112. I guess my biggest question when buying it as a gift would be can they return/exchange it if it’s not the phone they wanted?

    susie at susiebhomemaker dot com

  113. I always wonder what the recurring costs will be!!
    janel_marie at yahoo.com

  114. I always question whether or not I should have gotten the extended warranty!! caseyscouch at yahoo dot com

  115. I follow T-Mobile on twitter! caseyscouch at yahoo dot com

  116. I like T-Mobile on FB! caseyscouch at yahoo dot com

  117. My biggest questions is if the product is going to be obsolete in a month.

    applejacks18 at yahoo dot com

  118. Charity L. says:

    Whether the person will like it enough to use it:) I always second guess on wireless products because the person has to know enough about them to use them. Please enter me. Thanks!

  119. Charity L. says:

    I followed T-Mobile on Twitter-kingsdaughter24

  120. Charity L. says:

    Liked T-Mobile on FB.

  121. My biggest question would be can the person exchange the phone for a different one heor she likes better. I like T-Mobile on Facebook.

  122. I take into consideration the things I look for in a personal phone. Camera, mp3 capabilities, apps, etc. Also ease of use, if I’m getting it for a not-really-techie person 🙂

  123. Renee Richardson says:

    I always take into consideration battery life and speed. Thanks for the awesome giveaway 🙂

    Renee
    fattybumpkins at yahoo dot com

  124. Following T-Mobile on Twitter as Pilgrim86

  125. I like T-Mobile on FB!

  126. Renee Richardson says:

    I am following @TMobile on Twitter
    Username: missreneer 🙂

    Renee
    fattybumpkins at yahoo dot com

  127. I would want to know if they could exchange it, how long the battery life is, what happens if they drop it and it breaks and what kinds of service plans they need to use the phone. I would hate to give someone a phone for Christmas and they can’t afford the service plan.

  128. Renee Richardson says:

    I like T-Mobile USA on Facebook
    Username: Fatty Bumpkins

    Renee
    fattybumpkins at yahoo dot com

  129. Shannon Lemon says:

    When i buy something like this for a gift i want to make sure it will get a great signal in there area as well as a great service provider.

  130. I’m following @T-Mobile on Twitter

  131. I like T-Mobile on Facebook

    aka: Amomfromtheburbs

  132. Shannon Lemon says:

    i liked t mobile on facebook. my fb name is Shannon Lemon

  133. Making sure that it has all the features that the person wants and needs for cell coverage.

  134. Will the person you bought the wireless gift be able to afford the monthly plan that is needed for that particular phone.

  135. Loraine Alcorn says:

    I worry about if its to complicated to use or if the calling area is ok for my area T moble works well here but some of them like sprint do not

  136. Loraine Alcorn says:

    following t moble on twitter

  137. The biggest question for me would be, “would it fit and cater to the person’s lifestyle?” –Like they say, every phone has it’s purpose and like other things such as cars, homes, etc., we need to have a smartphone/ phone that will fit our daily needs, hence our lifestyles.

    EXTRA ENTRIES:
    -I’m following Tmobile via Twitter
    username: @ewwitsnikki

    -I liked Tmobile’s FB fan page
    username: Nicolette Sison

  138. Loraine Alcorn says:

    I liked t moble on facebook

  139. Shannon Lemon says:

    i follow t mobile on twitter. my twitter name is
    @jacksmommy27

  140. “What is the biggest question you have when it comes to buying a wireless product as a gift?”

    I want to make sure it works in their area! It’s not good when the service is bad where they are.
    LeeLindseyErin@gmail.com

  141. Can an exchange be made if they don’t like the phone I pick or how does the warranty transfer to them.

  142. I always wonder if they will appreciate and use all the features of a smartphone. Often I see people who have phones that do a lot and they only punch in numbers.

  143. I would want to make sure they have great coverage and it has a good battery life

  144. I follow T-Mobile on twitter – @tonygreene113

    I liked the Facebook page for T-Mobile.

    When buying wireless, I look for functions that allow me usage no matter where I am.

  145. I often want to know what types of apps they can download with the wireless purchase.

  146. I follow tmobile on twitter: @ themamahood

  147. I like Tmobile on fb: ane n ken tupea

  148. The biggest question I have is what features the user is most interested in.

  149. the biggest question is will it be useful for the person i am buying it for. i don’t want to get something that has to many )or not enough) bells and whistles for that person

  150. My biggest question when I buy any electronic is ‘will it do what I want, when I want.’ I like consistency. I hate seeing ‘Forced Closed’ on my phone. I hate crashes. They just need to be consistent so I don’t think they are out to get me.

  151. How much will the associated monthly plan cost? Is the phone free as part of the deal?

  152. My biggest question is..Will I really like it as much as I think I will? I tend to get caught up in the hype which is why I have had 4 phones this year already

  153. The biggest question I would have if buying a mobile phone as a gift, is what are the best features, I am not very phone savvy, and still have an old school phone, so yeah, I have no idea…I’d have lots of questions actually. haha

  154. The biggest question I have is…How much money would it cost to use monthly?…heavensent1@yahoo dotcom

  155. I like TMobile on Facebook *Jennifer C.*…heavensent1@yahoo dotcom

  156. the biggest question i have is whether it will do what the user needs for personal/business/school.

  157. My biggest question is will it fit their needs? My mom needs a new phone desperately and really wants a 4g but I am not sure she could handle it(I don’t have one, and am not sure I could handle it.) It would be nice to have while out and about, sending emails, surfing the web, comparing prices….ohhh!
    Thank you for the opportunity:)

  158. I follow T-Mobile on Twitter at Living_LaLaLand!

  159. I like T-Mobile on Facebook:ChacoyAguayo/LivinginLaLaLand!

  160. my biggest question is: will a friend or family member WANT a new phone if I got them one as a gift? It seems like most functioning adults all ready have one. I guess the other question is: does it feel rude or intrusive to gift a phone that may not be on the carrier of the person I give it to? Or do t-mobile phones operate with any carrier? I guess I could give my Ma this phone, b/c she LOVES any gift from her daughter. =)

  161. I followed on twitter! @Minister_Mama

  162. I liked on Facebook =) (Grace Biskie)

  163. What is the biggest question you have when it comes to buying a wireless product as a gift?

    My biggest question would be if I am getting a wireless product as a gift am I obligated to buy the service plan as well?

  164. I am following on Twitter (handle: ChelseyTHall)

  165. question: are the features it has worth the price?
    xoxoxo

  166. like tmobile on FB as deanna time
    xoxoxo

  167. follow tmobile on twitter @
    dlw447
    xoxoxo

  168. My biggest question is whether or not they can afford the phone plan that goes along with the phone!

  169. i follow on twitter. (katieunscripted)

  170. What is the biggest question you have when it comes to buying a wireless product as a gift?

    Does it have a slide out keyboard. I prefer my touch screen to have a backup keyboard because my daughter once slammed my phone into the wall rendering the touchscreen, and thus the phone, useless.

  171. The biggest question would be how the person will be using the phone and what features they need.

  172. I like TMobile on facebook. (Jerri Rivers)

  173. Follow TMobile on Twitter. (@SimplySweetHome)

  174. Will this phone hold the battery charge long enough to meet their needs all day? Rebecca H.

  175. Following TMobile on Twitter. Rebecca H. faithflower (at) gmail (dot) com

  176. My biggest question is if the recipient would find features of the gift useful.

  177. Follow @TMobile on Twitter (@luckytoddler)

  178. Like Tmobile on FB

  179. I think when getting a wireless product as a gift you want to know the features as well as whether or not it will work in the area you are sending it to.

  180. the biggest question is will it costs more if we start using it

  181. * Follow @TMobile on Twitter

  182. * Like T-Mobile on FB

  183. The biggest question I have is can the person use it successfully? Is it easy to use for that person? And do they need it!

  184. Facebook name: Bee.
    Facebook email adress: beekyooteblog@gmail.com
    Twitter name: beekyoote

    The biggest question I have is if it the wireless product is an Andriod?

    Thank you 🙂

  185. I THINK THE BIGGEST QUESTION SHOULD BE: WHAT ARE THE FEATURES? YOU NEED TO FOLLOW THIS UP, AND ASK THE QUESTION WILL THIS PRODUCT WORK FOR THAT PERSON?

  186. The biggest question is ill the person be able to use all of the technology features on the phone.

  187. The biggest question is what company they are with, to buy a phone that will work.

  188. Biggest question would be overall cost of the packages available

  189. Like T-Mobile on FB (peggy d)

  190. When buying a wireless item as a gift, the biggest question I have is about the warranty. I want to make sure if something happens, the person I buy the gift for can take it back for repairs or replacement.

  191. Just liked T-mobile on facebook.

  192. My biggest question is if there will be a local store for follow up questions.

  193. The biggest challenge I have is figuring out the specs and what my recipient would need in a wireless product. Thank you for the giveaway!

  194. Gosh, my biggest question would be to the person receiving the gift. There are so many different types of smart phones, some people prefer traditional simple phones, some people like apple phones, which to my knowledge as a T-Mobile customer, they do not- and have NO plans to carry. Also, like- I like a slide phone with a full keyboard, some like faster processors, or better cameras, and still there are people like my husband, whose job security clearance prohibits them from having a phone with a camera!

  195. I now follow T-Mobile on Twitter. Use doesfollow.com to check your twitter entries, its an amazing time-saver I utilize on my blog giveaway entries! (If you don’t already know about it) you will find, that I do follow Tmobile on Twitter! 🙂

  196. I like their facebook page and posted on thier wall “Thanks for the giveaway on sheisdallas” hopefully they do not del it, some social networks are weird about comments like that. in any case- here is the url of the share: https://www.facebook.com/TMobile/posts/10150386991793895 to prove i liked them (bc i posted on their wall) and thanks for this marvelous giveaway! (Found on B2B) I need to win, right before my husband deployed (submariner) I washed his daggum My touch in the washing machine, he was SO mad! so when he comes back we need another so it is rather lucky I happened upon this giveaway. if you have time, check out MY blog -Locomotion of Expressions. i am having a social media boost right now. thanks again! CaseyColette

  197. I thin kthe biggest question is what will the person use it for

  198. When purchasing a tech electronic gift, I worry about if the brand or actual product model is reliable and if it would be easy to use or complicated. Choochoo1717@hotmail.com
    I would love to invite you to visit me@http://www.mommiesandbeyond.com

  199. As a newspaper correspondent, I’ve been wanting to get a smart phone for some time. I love all the apps that are applicable to my job, but not only can I NOT afford the phone itself, but the price of the package when I purchase a phone intimidates me. Currently as a T-mobile costumer, I’ve been satisfied with my family plan, but replacing my packages with the packages required for a smart phone might be out of my price range. So my question is “Will my payment be within my current budget if I chose to switch to the smart phones?”

    Thanks, T-Mobile for this opportunity.
    You too, Texas girls [wink].

    Rena

  200. Biggest questions I have when buying a wireless product as a gift is what network they are on.

  201. I am always curious about ease of use with smart phones. New tech can be intimidating.

  202. it depends on who I’m buying for so things like price, what network, ease of use, etc.

  203. artsy_momma says:

    Price & reputation of the company.

  204. artsy_momma says:

    I follow on twitter…. @artsy_momma

  205. The thing I wonder the most about when buying a wireless gift, is whether or not the product will have all of the features and functionality that the end user is going to like, but also what the ease of use is.

  206. Following T-Mobile on Twitter (@lovelimes)

  207. I Liked T-mobile on Facebook

  208. I followed T-Mobile on twitter @girlwonder24

  209. Jennifer Hatfield says:

    When purchasing a wireless phone for someone as a gift, my biggest question would be, “what if they don’t like the phone I got them?” Would they be able to return it or exchange it?

  210. Jennifer Hatfield says:

    I am now following T-Mobile on Twitter as @Mrsjen05

  211. Jennifer Hatfield says:

    I liked T-Mobile on Facebook as Jennifer Hatfield

  212. I make sure I know what the receiver of the gift needs most out of the phone.

  213. My main concern when buying a phone as a gift is warranty and replacement if the unit stops working.

    Thanks for the chance!

    pricousins at aol dot com

  214. Following Tmobile on Twitter as @pricousins

  215. Tmobile Facebook Fan: Angie Denise Marion

  216. My main concern when buying a phone is making sure it meets the needs of the person I am buying for.

  217. I’m following @TMobile on twitter

  218. I liked T-Mobile on Facebook

  219. My Question Is: Can I do “everything” that I can on a laptop, or will I be limited.

  220. I follow TMobile as @MommyTalkShow
    I like TMobile as Joyce Brewer Kendrick
    My biggest question about buying a mobile device as a gift is the return policy if they use the phone for a little while then change their mind.

  221. My greatest concern when buying an phone as a gift for Christmas is wether or not they will like it… We don’t all have the same taste are you the Mytouch or Mytouch Q??

  222. Debbie Hill says:

    does it have all the bells & whistles they are looking for!!! liked T-Mobile on FB!!!!

  223. Followed both websites as Jason Lui Digital. My concern is to know if the receiver would like the style and type of phone.

  224. My biggest question is does it have all the features the person would look for in a cellular.

  225. I follow tmobile on Twitter as @FabFindFoodie

  226. I like T-Mobile on FB as Angela Williamson.

  227. Kealey Bird says:

    I liked them as kealey bird on fb

  228. My biggest question would be about the contract. How can you sign someone else’s contract?

  229. I follow T-Mobile on Twitter.

    My Twitter ID is @alittleumbrella

  230. I like T-Mobile on Facebook.

    {facebook.com/a.little.umbrella}

  231. Hi Peggy! You are one of the winners! I am contacting you via email right now to get your prize to you. Thanks for entering.
    Holly

  232. Hi Melissa! You are one of the winners! I am contacting you via email right now. congrats!
    Holly

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