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Jun 06 2003

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T-Mobile Colour Sidekick today?

Well folks, as much as the Black and white sidekick was a hit, T-Mobile announced yesterday that the colour version of the popular device would be out today. So who knows. Keep your eyes and ears on the look out for this cool new device.

T-Mobile Introduces Award Winning Color T-Mobile Sidekick

Customers Get More� with Color Screen, AOL� Mail and More Monthly Service Options

BELLEVUE,�Washington�� – 06/05/2003��The highly anticipated color version of the award winning T-Mobile Sidekick? becomes available to T-Mobile USA customers Friday, boasting a new color screen, AOL� Mail functionality and new monthly service options. Based on Danger, Inc.?s hiptop� Wireless Solution, the one-of-a-kind device has stirred up a frenzy among loyal consumers and celebrities alike as the ultimate communication device. The T-Mobile Sidekick allows customers to surf the Web, chat using the AOL� Instant Messenger? (AIM�) service, send and receive email, play games, exchange mobile snapshots and talk it up with friends ? all from a single device. Beginning tomorrow consumers can purchase the new color version of the T-Mobile Sidekick for $299.99 by calling 1-800-TMOBILE or visiting their nearest CompUSA store.

The new screen features 65,000 vibrant colors giving customers the ultimate web browsing experience. The color screen swivels up to showcase a full QWERTY keyboard that complements the T-Mobile Sidekick?s instant messaging capabilities. A fully integrated version of AIM� and the ability to keep instant messaging (IM) active in the background while surfing the web have made instant messaging the ?killer app? among T-Mobile Sidekick users. Additionally, customers can now send and receive email from their AOL� email account, through the T-Mobile Sidekick?s Web browser, in addition to three other POP3 email accounts via the device?s integrated email application.

The early success of the T-Mobile Sidekick really speaks to the device?s innovative design and simple user interface it’s the ultimate way to communicate whether it’s by voice, email or AIM, said Nick Sears, vice president of consumer products for T-Mobile USA, Inc. Now with a color screen and simple rate plans, there?s never been a better time to get a T-Mobile Sidekick and see for yourself what the buzz is all about.

Since the T-Mobile Sidekick first hit the market eight months ago, the device has transcended the ranks of traditional wireless devices, becoming a pop culture icon as a ?must have? for athletes, celebrities and musicians.

It’s everything at your fingertips in one device, said All-Star Shortstop, Derek Jeter. ?No more excess gadgets and it?s all in color.?

Consistent with its Get More� promise, T-Mobile announced new rate plans, giving customers more flexibility to select the rate plan that meets their T-Mobile Sidekick usage needs specifically. New and existing T-Mobile Sidekick customers can now sign up on any T-Mobile voice plan and add unlimited email, Web browsing, AIM� and text messaging for $20 a month. Customers who want to use just the device?s powerful data functionality can get a stand-alone plan that includes unlimited email, Web browsing, AIM� and text messaging for $29.99 a month, with voice calls billed on a pay as you go basis for just .20 cents a minute, with domestic long distance and roaming included.

The T-Mobile Sidekick, recently honored as the 2003 PC World ?Product of the Year,? is available Friday by calling 1-800-TMOBILE and at CompUSA locations. The company expects the product to be available at T-Mobile company owned stores and authorized dealers later this month.

About T-Mobile, USA Inc.
Based in Bellevue, Wash., T-Mobile USA, Inc. is a member of the T-Mobile International group, the mobile telecommunications subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom AG (NYSE: DT). T-Mobile operates a national all digital voice and data network based on a single GSM/GPRS 1900 technology standard. In addition, T-Mobile operates the largest carrier owned Wi-Fi (802.11b) wireless broadband (WLAN) network in the country, available in more than 2,400 public access locations including Starbucks coffeehouses, Borders Books and Music, airports and American Airlines Admirals Clubs. T-Mobile is committed to providing the best value in wireless service through its GET MORE� promise to provide customers with more minutes, more features and more service than any other wireless provider. For purposes of this press release, references to T-Mobile USA, Inc. consist of T-Mobile USA, Inc. and Powertel, Inc. For more information, visit the company web site at www.t-mobile.com.

About Danger, Inc.
Danger’s award-winning hiptop� Wireless Solution enables wireless operators to quickly and economically deploy new applications and services to consumers over next-generation data networks. Today, this solution includes: the hiptop� Service Delivery Engine a suite of server-based infrastructure software, which is currently hosted as a service for wireless operators; the hiptop� Development Platform?a platform for the development of mobile applications using industry standard development tools; and hiptop� device designs ? hardware designs for wireless all-in-one devices, which may be customized and branded by wireless operators. Additional information about the company and its products is available at http://www.danger.com.

Danger and hiptop are trademarks, service marks, and/or registered trademarks of Danger, Inc. in the United States and in other countries. All other trademarks, service marks, and product names are the property of their respective owners.

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