T-Mobile is thought to be in talks with Google over the possibility of extending the two firms' working relationship.
The pair collaborated last year on the launch of the T-Mobile G1 mobile broadband phone and are set to produce further devices using the Google Android operating system.
Among the potential products is a home phone which will connect to other wireless devices and a tablet computer.
Information on the collaboration was included in a confidential document obtained by the New York Times.
The paper explained that the landline phone will feature a docking station which will synchronize data stored on the tablet computer and act as a charger for the wireless handset.
A T-Mobile spokesperson declined to comment on the specific details of the home broadband developments, but did confirm that the provider is working on several Android products with Google.
Experts suggest that this is T-Mobile's attempt to bolster interest in its home broadband services.