We've known for some time now that the HD2 is headed to T-Mobile. Today at the 2010 Mobile World Congress, T-Mobile announced the creation of a comprehensive mobile entertainment experience for the HTC Windows Phone. The Entertainment Package will be pre-loaded on the T-Mobile HD2 that will include:
- Barnes & Noble eReader
- Blockbuster on Demand (Blockbuster’s first-ever video download application on a smartphone)
- Paramount Pictures "Transformers" and "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen"
- Gogo Inflight Internet Services (six month trial for inflight wifi services on over 2,500 daily U.S. flights)
The Paramount Pictures movies are reportedly loaded on a pre-installed 16gb microSD card. The Entertainment package is designed to highlight the multimedia features of the HD2.
“T-Mobile is committed to offering innovative solutions to connect, inspire and entertain our customers through the power of mobile technology,” said George Harrison, vice president, marketing product innovation, T-Mobile USA. “By combining leading innovation in the world of entertainment with the large screen and processing power of the HTC HD2, we’ve created a unique and powerful mobile entertainment experience.”
The T-Mobile HD2 is expected in stores this Spring.
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