In mid-December, T-Mobile offered AT&T customers who switched to the Uncarrier a free year of the DIRECTV NOW streaming service. As it turns out, DIRECTV NOW kinda sucks, so to make it up to those specific customers, T-Mobile is granting them a free year of access to Hulu, “an awesome streaming service that actually works.” (more…)
At CES, T-Mobile said it was going all-in on T-Mobile ONE plans. That meant they would only offer T-Mobile ONE plans starting January 22, which was yesterday. To confirm that they followed through on that promise, the wireless carrier sent out a press release this morning to remind us of the date. (more…)
Next week for T-Mobile Tuesday, T-Mobile is letting participants gift their freebies to friends and family. That means you’ll receive two free FandangoNOW movie rentals and two Shell $0.25 per gallon discounts, so that you can share with a loved one. Also, the free $15 Lyft ride that T-Mobile almost always gives away is gift-able too. (more…)
Just a quick heads-up, T-Mobile Galaxy Note 7 owners, but the big update is coming today. No, not Nougat. This is the update that will stop your phone from being able to charge, rendering it useless.
T-Mobile set today as the target date for this update to begin rolling out a couple of weeks ago, right after Samsung announced that they were ready to take extreme action against those refusing to return their Note 7 device. I think it’s clear that Samsung wants all Note 7 devices recalled, so that they can move on to what’s next. (more…)
T-Mobile announced changes to its T-Mobile ONE Plus plan today that makes it a 2-tier option where some may actually save $10 per month, assuming they don’t need the ability to hotspot with high speeds. The upgrades to the $70 ONE plan now come as either the ONE Plus or ONE Plus International. (more…)
T-Mobile announced this morning that the next big Uncarrier announcement is set to take place in Las Vegas, NV on January 5, smack dab in the middle of CES. While we don’t know yet what exactly this Uncarrier move will be about, the only possible hint T-Mobile has provided are the words “What’s Next” in apostrophes, if that’s even a hint. (more…)