TmoNews reports that it has received a pair of photos from T-Mobile USA’s internal news system announcing that the carrier will be rolling out new training programs focused on “selling against the iPhone,” Eric Slivka reports for MacRumors. “The new training modules are being deployed on September 21, the rumored launch day for the next-generation iPhone in the United States.”

“T-Mobile is the only one of the four major U.S. carriers to not officially offer the iPhone, hampered by its use of 3G spectrum bands that are not supported by iPhone models released to date,” Slivka reports. “That has not stopped customers from bringing their GSM iPhones to the carrier for use on its 2G network, and T-Mobile has been working to increase support for the over one million iPhones in use on its network even as it seeks to downplay the impact of its official absence to potential customers.”

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MacDailyNews Take: Good luck with that, T-Mobile.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Andrew W.” for the heads up.]

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