For all of you T-Mobile customers, today is a big day for you! Today is the first Tuesday to kick off T-Mobile’s promotion to thank customers, T-Mobile Tuesdays. With this promotion, which was announced during Uncarrier 11, all T-Mobile customers (postpaid and prepaid) can receive a free medium 2-topping Domino’s pizza, Wendy’s Frosty dessert, movie rental from Vudu, and even a ticket to see Warcraft in theaters. (more…)
The Uncarrier 11 event just wrapped up, and if you didn’t watch, I can sum it up for you pretty quickly. If you are a T-Mobile customer, prepare for free pizza and a Wendy’s Frosty dessert. If you aren’t a T-Mobile customer, no pizza or Frosty for you!
T-Mobile announced two new initiatives, T-Mobile Tuesdays and Stock Up. T-Mobile Tuesdays is an app, available on Android and iOS, which will act as a portal for T-Mobile customers to get free goodies every single Tuesday. As an example, this Tuesday alone, every T-Mobile customer (postpaid or prepaid) will receive a free medium 2-topping Domino’s pizza, Wendy’s Frosty, ticket to see Warcraft in theaters, and one free movie rental from Vudu. (more…)
Ready to see what T-Mobile has in store for the next Uncarrier? You can watch it all right here as Uncarrier 11 unfolds.
The event kicks off at 10AM Pacific (1PM Eastern).
According to a source of VentureBeat, T-Mobile’s Uncarrier 11 event is geared towards getting postpaid customers invested more in the network they use. And by invested, we mean quite literally. As reported, Uncarrier 11 will introduce Stock Up, a program that offers actual T-Mobile stock to customers. At the time of this writing, $TMUS is trading at over $43, which is an important tidbit of info you should keep in mind. (more…)
On 6.6.16 (June 6, 2016) at 10AM Pacific, T-Mobile is dialing it up all of the way to 11. For Uncarrier 11, T-Mobile says they have a bit of “epic news” that customers won’t want to miss. To help everyone get in on the action, they have opened up a RSVP for the livestream, which does seem a little odd. I mean, it’s just a livestream, right? (more…)
Yesterday, T-Mobile began pushing an update of Android 6.0 to the…wait for it…Samsung Galaxy S5. Yeah, that old bird. Sweet, right?
The update is showing up as either software version G900T3UVU1GPE1 or G900TUVU1GPE1, depending on, something. Honestly, I have no idea why T-Mobile has two different variants of the Galaxy S5 cruising around that need different software versions. You want to complain about fragmentation… (more…)
T-Mobile announced today that its Binge On video service now supports over 80 streaming platforms, thanks to the addition of a new wave.
New video-only services include NBC, Univision, and Qello Concerts, but T-Mobile has also added in music services that happen to show videos. Services like Google Play Music, Radio Disney, Spotify, and TIDAL all have videos within their apps and so it only makes sense that Binge On add them to help ease data concerns of T-Mobile customers. (more…)
According to T-Mobile, the Magenta-colored carrier is, “the only place to enjoy the HTC 10 with its powerful HTC BoomSound HiFi speakers and OIS on the front and rear cameras – the way they were meant to be used – unrestricted and untamed.” While this statement is completely false (you can enjoy those things no matter where you buy the HTC 10), the company cites its Music Freedom and Binge On services, which allows customers to stream music and video from select services without the used data counting towards your monthly allotment. (more…)