Wireless carrier is looking to continue their assault on home phone service with the launch of a Google . is the open source operating system launched by Google and its partners for mobile phones. T-Mobile launched the in 2008. They are looking to expand into the home with an Android powered home phone and tablet computer sometime next year. The broke the story as a result of some documents they received from a T-Mobile partner.

T-Mobile will join Verizon and AT&T with a next generation home phone which combines web and mobile functionality into wireline home phones. AT&T launched their version of this trend, , back in 2008. Verizon followed with the launch of the earlier this year. T-Mobile has already pursued the wireline home segment with their service, which provides a broadband IP powered home phone service as a $10/month add on service for existing wireless customers.

Details of this latest T-Mobile move are sketchy. But it’s safe to assume T-Mobile will tie their existing Android wireless G1 with this new home phone version, creating a potentially compelling competitive offering. We’ll have to see how it’s priced and what features it truly offers before making firm conclusions.

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