UnCarrier X is going down at 11am Pacific (2pm Eastern) today, where it is reported T-Mobile may introduce some sort of Video Freedom service. This would include streaming from Netflix that would not count against your total monthly data allotment, just like we have with Music Freedom and music streaming from select services. (more…)
T-Mobile’s Uncarrier Amped is back this morning with an announcement called “Mobile without Borders.” What’s that, you ask? According to T-Mobile, their Simple Choice plans now include talk, text, and 4G LTE data without extra cost when in Mexico or Canada. This is a “first-of-its-kind” move, because US carriers tend to rob you of every last penny when you take your phone across one of this country’s borders. (more…)
T-Mobile will continue its Uncarrier Amped! initiative with a new announcement tomorrow morning at 9AM Eastern (6AM Pacific). The carrier is hosting a call for media who want to join CEO John Legere and COO Mike Sievert in a Q&A session. If you follow them on Twitter, you can also hear the news as it is announced. (more…)
On Thursday, T-Mobile is kicking off a new initiative called “Un-Carrier Amped!” Yes, the exclamation point is included in the branding for this thing. The plan is for T-Mobile to amp up many of their previously introduced Uncarrier moves, “making them even bigger, even better, even ballsier.” Profanity also incoming! Fat jokes too (unconfirmed). (more…)
T-Mobile announced 3 major moves for the wireless industry this morning at its Un-carrier 9 event – Un-carrier for businesses, the Un-Contract, and Carrier Freedom.
For businesses, T-Mobile is offering lower rates for business users, increased pricing transparency, and a “our best price is our only price” motto. To start, businesses will pay $15 per line. For businesses that need more than 1,000 lines, the price is lowered to $10 a month. Each line comes with unlimited talk, text, and up to 1GB of LTE data. And no access fees. (more…)