This afternoon, because this is how John Legere works, the T-Mobile CEO has reacted to the new Verizon Unlimited plan by tweaking his company’s own unlimited offering known as T-Mobile ONE. What are the tweaks? Well, let’s just say that since Verizon’s unlimited plan offered a plan that bested his, he’s gone ahead and matched Big Red (in a way). He’s also throwing in a 2-line promo as well. (more…)
Yesterday, we shared Sprint’s Super Bowl commercial. Today, we bring you T-Mobile’s.
It has Justin Bieber and Rob Gronkowsi and Terrell Owens. There is some dancing involved, a few touchdown celebrations, etc. It’s…yeah. Oh, they also talk about unlimited things like T-Mobile ONE and attempt to tie that into dancing or unlimited moves or something.
What else is going on today? Everyone good?
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…)