American wireless carrier, T-Mobile USA, has confirmed that it is working on a mobile software store, similar to Apple’s iPhone application store.
“T-Mobile is working with the industry to foster an open wireless services platform which will provide developers with the tools and information they need to make new, innovative experiences available to T-Mobile’s more than 31.5 million customers,” said the company’s director of mobile applications and partner programs, Venetia Espinoza, in a statement issued to moconews.com. “The devPartner Community site, which is in its alpha stage, is just a taste of what T-Mobile has in store and we encourage you to stay tuned for more details in the coming weeks.”
T-Mobile’s store will likely operate in a similar fashion to Apple’s, which receives a one-time sign-up fee as well as a 30% commission on software sales, in exchange for access to hundreds of thousands of potential users. Unlike the Apple App Store, however, T-Mobile will make third-party software available to a wide variety of mobile devices, rather than just one model.
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