After about two years of being in the rumor mill T-Mobile rolled out their Hotspot @ Home service.
What's ironic is here they are in the USA pushing the concept of VoIP and dual mode using cable operators and telco's DSL, FIOS or other networks for FREE, yet in the UK they are seeking to make the services like Roam4Free or Truphone impossible to reach, contending that those companies don't have any network costs.
It seems what's good for them is all that matters. I wonder how the would feel if Cox or TimeWarne or Comcast, all of whom have mobile programs with Sprint and offer VoIP chose to make calls from T-Mobile customers very expensive to terminate or impossible for the @HOME phones to send UMA based traffic....
For disclosure purposes, my agency represents Truphone.