I'm just wondering if My T-Mobile has an open Web API available for developers who want to make applications to access My T-Mobile. I know when I used Android, Verizon had an app, whereby you could make payments from it. And it was probably using a proprietary API since I didn't find any others making another similar app on the Android Market.
I'm just wondering if we should petition to campain for the large mobile telecommunications to make an open API to access phone information and make payments online through an app. For example an API that I use for Youtube is: https://gdata.youtube.com to create custom feeds or embedded video players.
Right now I see Mobile Broadband companies as a bit more of a hinderence to my life than just a simple convenience. I want to use mobile broadband wherever. Even Wi-Fi is faster than HSPA+. You know, why can't people legally set up their own Mobile Broadband towers? It's rediculous to have to pay for these closed-off, centralized services when one already pays for cable. If this wasn't true, T-Mobile wouldn't be a "brick wall", single point of failure problem for me. I really hate when these kind of companies have unnessecary control.
My rant is over for now. Does anyone have any problems accessing My T-Mobile sometimes?
__________________ We need more freedom software users hacking the N900 to make it 100% free software! This should be the Maemo community's next goal!
I wish to at least be able to install Debian on everything I own. Debian is awesome.
Ben NanoNote running custom OpenWRT and Debian, HB Wii running Whiite (Debian); two HP computers running Debian; and the N900 running lots of OSes.