T-Mobile Will Help You Send a “Break Up Letter” When You Leave Your Current Carrier

T-Mobile has made it clear – they aren’t going to hold back any time in the near future. They are going to be brash, bold, and say whatever the hell is on their mind when it comes to their competitors. And since you all seem to be joining in on their party – their preliminary Q4 2013 report shows 1.6 million new net adds – they want to invite you to be vocal with them. They want you to send a “break up” letter.  (more…)

T-Mobile Makes It Official: Will Pay Early Termination Fees for Families to Bring Service Over

We are finally finished with the T-Mobile UnCarrier 4.0 press event, so the news is already official. T-Mobile is indeed going to pay Early Termination Fees (ETF) for families who transfer service from AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint. Word of this move has been reported a number of times, including from us thanks to a reader who spotted an ad for the initiative last night(more…)

LIVE: T-Mobile UnCarrier 4 Announcement [CES 2014]

Last night, we scooped at least one of T-Mobile’s announcements for this afternoon’s UnCarrier 4.0 event. Apparently, T-Mobile will introduce a program today at 12:30pm PST to pay off “your family’s termination fees when you trade in your devices.” While that is a major announcement for T-Mo, that may not be the only thing up their sleeves.

T-Mobile’s CEO, John Legere, has already been making serious headlines this week, after getting kicked out of a party that AT&T was hosting. He’s a very radical thinker in the mobile space, and has zero filter when it comes to speaking about the competition, so we are positive that he will have a few great quotes for us today.  (more…)

T-Mobile Ads Confirm UnCarrier 4 Plans: Pay ETFs for Families Who Transfer

This evening, hours before T-Mobile takes the stage at CES 2014 for UnCarrier part 4, an ad popping up on tech sites has essentially confirmed part of the program. According to the ad – which we have included below – T-Mobile will pay “your family’s termination fees when you trade in your devices.” This news may sound familiar since it has been rumored for weeks as T-Mobile’s next “pain point” to tackle.  (more…)

T-Mobile CEO Wants to Un-Shackle Families From “Those Other Guys,” Get LOUD with 4G LTE

I think we now know for sure what T-Mobile is about to announce next week at CES through their UnCarrier part 4 event. In a Tweet sent out this morning through the official T-Mobile account, an image lists out the company’s 2013 and 2014 resolutions, thanks to it being a new year and all. The 2013 list runs through all of the items they introduced through previous UnCarrier events. The 2014 list includes a bunch of items they will likely try and check off over the coming months.  (more…)

T-Mobile is Readying UnCarrier 4.0, Any Predictions?

Ready for part 4 of T-Mobile’s UnCarrier movement? We have already seen them attempt to rid the world of contracts, remove subsidies from phone bills, introduce innovative new upgrade plans, hand out 200MB of free data to all tablet owners, and give away free unlimited data across the globe in over 100 countries. It’s been quite the year for T-Mo, to say the least. According to a recent Tweet from T-Mobile’s CEO John Legere, there is more to come in early 2014.  (more…)

T-Mobile Announces 200MB Free Tablet Data for Life, $0 Down on Tablet Purchases

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Yesterday, T-Mobile told us to mark our calendars for a big UnCarrier announcement involving tablets. This morning, they delivered that announcement, which involves 200MB of free tablet data for life, other affordable tablet plans, and $0 down on the purchases of new tablets. This is the latest move in this UnCarrier world that T-Mobile has attempted to create.  (more…)

T-Mobile Announces Tablet-focused Press Conference for October 23, Will Take Place on Twitter(?)

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This afternoon, T-Mobile has announced that they are to host Un-carrier 3.0 Part II live from Twitter. The way it should go down is T-Mobile’s CEO and CMO will sit inside of a boardroom, and from there, will answer questions about the company’s latest Un-carrier news from media and consumers through Twitter and text messaging. Luckily for those who don’t feel like scrolling through endless tweets, there will also be a live audio stream available as well.  (more…)