T-Mobile announced its Uncarrier Next plan today at CES, detailing an “all-in” move for the T-Mobile ONE plans. Beginning January 22, T-Mobile will only offer the T-Mobile ONE plan and there are a few changes being made to the plan itself. (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…)
You may be still reading through the fine print on T-Mobile’s new ONE unlimited plan because there is plenty of fine print and drawbacks to try and wrap your brains around. T-Mobile is billing this as the end of data plans, but for real unlimited users who want HD or better video and data available for tethering, or sign-up for service as an individual, this might not be a great choice.
If you saw our initial write-up on T-Mobile ONE, hopefully you tracked down the section where we pointed out four critical sticking points. If not, we’re about to dive into each right here to give you an idea as to why each could be a deal breaker. (more…)
T-Mobile, only hours after AT&T added throttled unlimited data to their Mobile Share plans, dropped Uncarrier 12 on us with a real unlimited focus that “goes all in on unlimited.” That focus comes via T-Mobile ONE, the new “100%” unlimited data plan that starts out at $70 for a single line, but can drop to as little as $40 per line for a family of four with auto pay enabled. (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…)