T-Mobile's Digits brings phone calls and texts into the 21st century, but at a time when people care little about those things, will it make a difference? T-Mobile has unveiled a new service called Digits, making phone numbers less reliant...Show More Summary
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T-Mobile has started to roll out a new beta program called Digits. In many ways it's a next generation FindMe, Follow Me type service that goes somewhat farther than GoogleVoice. While I've yet to try it, what seems the most appealing...Show More Summary
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T-Mobile has announced the new Digits service which allows you to use your phone number across multiple devices but there are already some security issues that have arisen.
T-Mobile's effort is similar to apps like Google Voice, Skype and Viber.
T-Mobile today announced Digits, a new service that will let customers use the same phone number across multiple devices, or multiple numbers on a single device. The service makes use of T-Mobile's LTE network and works with virtually all connected devices, including phones, tablets, wearables, and computers. Show More Summary
In addition to allowing multiple devices to use the same number, the newly announced T-Mobile Digits even makes it possible to use multiple phone numbers on a single device.
T-Mobile has introduced a new service it hopes will reinvent how you use your phone number. Digits is currently in a closed beta and available to only a limited number of T-Mobile customers. Say you have a T-Mobile iPhone and an old Verizon phone sitting in your drawer, or even your current work phone.
T-Mobile is doing its Uncarrier thing again. As the carrier works on bringing its LTE network to US forces and older cars, it's also bringing the latest technology to its existing customers. The company's new Digits program lets you add multiple numbers to your phone, and then use them across all your devices. Show More Summary
T-Mobile today announced that is beginning a limited beta of a program called Digits, which allows customers to use one number across multiple connected devices. This roster of devices includes phones, tablets, wearables and personal computers, though T-Mobile says that Digits will work on most Internet-connected devices. Customers can call, text, and access voicemail [...]
T-Mobile's Digits unties your phone number from a specific handset, lets you call and text from almost any internet-connected device.
T-Mobile has a new service called Digits that lets you use one phone number across multiple devices. You’ll be able to log in on any compatible device and have access to all your call history and messages. That and more in today’s news. Read more...
T-Mobile is no stranger to shaking up the mobile world, having previously unveiled unlimited video streaming, streamlined data plans and hassle-free device upgrades, and now it has a new Un-carrier trick up its sleeve: a single number for all your devices and multiple numbers on a single device. Show More Summary
T-Mobile hinted last year that its one number, multiple device solution would make AT&T NumberSync look small. After testing out T-Mobile DIGITS, I'm a believer.
This morning, T-Mobile took the wraps off its latest technology introduction, DIGITS. The idea here is very much Google Voice meets AT&T’s NumberSync in that you get to use a single phone number (your “DIGITS”) across multiple devices and have additional phone numbers funnel through it. Show More Summary
Wireless carrier T-Mobile has started a beta of Digits -- a service that allows multiple phone numbers to be utilized in conjunction on one device, or one phone number to be shared across multiple devices on a carrier-level. The company recommends, however, that beta participants disable iMessage while using it.