Dropbox has inked a deal with Deutsche Telekom (DT), the company behind numerous carriers that use the T-Mobile brand.
As a consequence of the newly signed agreement, the Dropbox app will come preinstalled on most Android devices that DT's subsidiaries will sell.
You'll see the first handsets with built-in Dropbox hit the shops sometime around October. However, the deal only applies to certain countries in Central and Eastern Europe - and Germany is excluded.
DT will also help its existing iOS and Android users discover Dropbox, though how it plans to do that exactly remains unclear for now.
Dropbox has said that this is just the beginning, so we should expect more such deals with carriers in the future.
Until then, the agreement with DT gives Dropbox access to millions of potential new customers.
What's the news now when T-mobile already had them installed by default on their contract phones in the UK and some European countries for almost 2 years now??
If they give GBs free it's ok, I use they're services, at least my Note gave me 50Gigs for free, which is great for on the fly back-up + Google's services.
Good thing Apple don't allow bloatware on phones so this won't affect iPhone users at all.