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T-Mobile customers with a G1 handset will be able to access new gaming broadband applications following the launch of a new software update.

The update, made available last week on Android Market, allows users to choose from a choice of games and services and provides scope for web developers to use the platform to create further applications.

Richard Warmsley, Head of Internet and Entertainment at T-Mobile, said: "Since the T-Mobile G1 arrived in October, customers have really been embracing the idea of making their phone their own with Android Market's unlimited choice of applications to download.

"Now with the addition of paid applications, G1 customers can choose to buy outstanding games like Guitar Hero World Tour Mobile."

Mr Warmsley explained that "this means more choice" for customers, highlighting that feedback will be taken to judge the success of applications and influence any future developments.

The T-Mobile G1 was launched in the UK on October 30th and is available on the network's Flext or Combi payment plans.

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