T-Mobile Posts Carly Commercial Promoting T-Mobile’s “Best Plan Ever”

T-Mobile is taking this whole $49.99 each line two line promotional family plan seriously with a thirty-second commercial spot promoting it. Of course, Carly is the main star even even though T-Mobile calls this its “Best Plan Ever” which is noteworthy in and of itself. Those are some bold words considering some of the excellent rate plans T-Mobile has had over the years. Watch for yourself and tell us what you think…and pick up this rate plan while it’s available. Carly told you to do it. You don’t want to disappoint Carly do you?

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  • MIKEEEEE

    the only plan i want is for my current ones to run out to the point where prorated etf fees justify jumping ship.

    why would i want to stay with att if they only have EDGE for a 35 mile radius around my home?

    at least verizon has 3G outside my door, even though their service is crap.

    after xmas they’re going to be really desperate to get people to sign up for 2 years so they can hand them over to att on a platter.

    • your so stupid

      you do realize if the buyout happens they will be using t-mobile towers. lol ur service will be the same if not better people just are so stupid. 

      • MIKEEEEE

        att 3g is 35 miles from my home.

        t-mo 3g is 70 miles from my home.

        if att announces that my t-mo devices are going to be att 3g friendly and still wifi capable, i might stay, if not i got 4 bars of verizon 3g in my living room now.

        the nearest t-mo tower is 35 miles away. the nearest att tower is 6 miles away. the nearest verizon tower is 2 miles away.

        my zip is 38221, look at the coverage maps for both voice and data.

  • MIKEEEEE

    the only plan i want is for my current ones to run out to the point where prorated etf fees justify jumping ship.

    why would i want to stay with att if they only have EDGE for a 35 mile radius around my home?

    at least verizon has 3G outside my door, even though their service is crap.

    after xmas they’re going to be really desperate to get people to sign up for 2 years so they can hand them over to att on a platter.

  • CRT24

    Fortunately most customers are smarter that you are……so what if you are paying full price for the phone when the plan is so much less. You are so stuck on the fact that the phones are at full cost but even with that you are still paying much less than the other 3 major carriers charge for their plans alone. But hey if it makes you feel all warm and fuzzy to know that you are gettin a discount on a phone, then ignore the facts and go pay more with the other carriers.

  • nc278

    140 x 24 months= 3,360 + 400 (for 2 smartphones) = 3,760 over a 2 year normal plan

    100 x 24 months= 2400 + 1000 (for 2 smartphones) = 3400 over a 2 year with the new plans

    I dont know about you but that seems like savings to me.

  • nc278

    140 x 24 months= 3,360 + 400 (for 2 smartphones) = 3,760 over a 2 year normal plan

    100 x 24 months= 2400 + 1000 (for 2 smartphones) = 3400 over a 2 year with the new plans

    I dont know about you but that seems like savings to me.

    • LC

      Oh no no, it can’t be, because you’re paying full cost for the phone!!!

      ;)

      • your not very smart

        Your wrong LC.  3400<3760 hmmmmmm. the most expensive t-mobile phone is 500 dollars so your wrong.

        • LC

          Ok first of all I never calculated numbers so, no I’m not wrong. Second of all, the numbers that were calculated were correct, and third of all it’s you’re not your.

          The person who calculated the numbers factored in two $500 phones, hence how they got to $1,000. I sell these phones every day, so I know how much they cost. I don’t know if you’re reading something incorrectly, or read my sarcastic comment incorrectly, but the new Value plans, even with buying $500 phones at full cost, are generally saving people money.

          So no, I’m not wrong.

        • LC

          Ok first of all I never calculated numbers so, no I’m not wrong. Second of all, the numbers that were calculated were correct, and third of all it’s you’re not your.

          The person who calculated the numbers factored in two $500 phones, hence how they got to $1,000. I sell these phones every day, so I know how much they cost. I don’t know if you’re reading something incorrectly, or read my sarcastic comment incorrectly, but the new Value plans, even with buying $500 phones at full cost, are generally saving people money.

          So no, I’m not wrong.

      • LC

        *serious sarcasm*

        Apparently the Smiley face wasn’t enough for some.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=543795426 Ali Khan

      Oh yeah… it’s so simple, forget about all the hidden fees and taxes etc? And the migration fees? And contract ETF if you are already on a contract.

      The $99 plan easily ends up being $125 with all taxes and fees…. the hidden fees of T-mobile, which they don’t add into the cost of the plan but secretly charge you on your bill each month.

      • CRT24

        There are no hidden fees you simpleton…..and every company charges taxes and regulatory fees. When you go buy groceries do the prices that are listed on the shelves include tax??…no they don’t but you are probably one if those people that would yell at the check out clerk because your total was more than what was advertised because of sales tax……..wake up fool!

      • LC

        There aren’t hidden fees. The only fees that T-Mobile charges tl your bill is the federal regulatory fee, which is $1.41 per line, everything else is all dependant on where you live. EVERY number that they quote is pre-taxes, just like everyone else. And depending on your current plan, yes, there might be migration fees. But if you aren’t going to live up to your contractual obligations then what do you expect?

      • LC

        There aren’t hidden fees. The only fees that T-Mobile charges tl your bill is the federal regulatory fee, which is $1.41 per line, everything else is all dependant on where you live. EVERY number that they quote is pre-taxes, just like everyone else. And depending on your current plan, yes, there might be migration fees. But if you aren’t going to live up to your contractual obligations then what do you expect?

      • Anonymous

        what fees are hidden?  do you know how to read a bill?  People kill me with that “hidden fees” … crap!  R E A D .. and ask questions dont assume.  another line that makes me chuckle is ” ____ i got screwed over ” how?  because you decided to pay 1/2 of your bill and not the full amount……

  • Millneral

    Yea I work for T Mobile and I really wish that would tell people about the migration fee, the no handset discount, and the 2yr contract. Tired of getting cussed out vecause of these commercials. Lol

    • CRT24

      Is is not the job of advertising to go over every little detail in the commercial….it is to drive people to the stores or to call to inquire about the offer and it is our job to fill in the details…..be thankful we actually have some advertising for a change. I have not been cussed out one single time and most New customers actually think this is a great offer and have even had numerous customes pay the migration fee because it is such a big savings…..they may not like paying a migration fee but if you explain it to them as to why the fee exists then most reasonable customers will understand.

  • http://www.phoneapapoulusfacelickiest.org phone face

    Mmmm Carly

    • bunlicker6

      She is super fine.

    • bunlicker6

      She is super fine.

  • Richardthegrape

    Geezus, I keep finding myself watching this commercial.

    Baha I think I have a problem?

  • Richardthegrape

    Geezus, I keep finding myself watching this commercial.

    Baha I think I have a problem?

  • Richardthegrape

    Geezus, I keep finding myself watching this commercial.

    Baha I think I have a problem?

  • Richardthegrape

    Geezus, I keep finding myself watching this commercial.

    Baha I think I have a problem?

  • Richardthegrape

    Geezus, I keep finding myself watching this commercial.

    Baha I think I have a problem?

  • Richardthegrape

    Geezus, I keep finding myself watching this commercial.

    Baha I think I have a problem?

  • Richardthegrape

    Geezus, I keep finding myself watching this commercial.

    Baha I think I have a problem?

  • Anonymous

    I would like to know why my post was deleted… I was trying to contribute while asking a question. Rejection… as usual. I’m never posting again.

    • Jdroid201

      =)

    • Jdroid201

      =)

    • http://tmonews.com David

      What posted was deleted?

    • ItsMichaelNotMike

      A few of my posts posted over time and later they disappeared. (I have a comment capture program that saves every post I have made online, since 2006, so I know which is which.) I think what happened is some people, or just one, flags the posts and that ends up with the comment being taken down. I can’t think of what else it could be.

      Rather than take offense and conducting an inquisition I just let it go. If some people want to spend the time it takes to get my posts taken down, whatever.

    • ItsMichaelNotMike

      A few of my posts posted over time and later they disappeared. (I have a comment capture program that saves every post I have made online, since 2006, so I know which is which.) I think what happened is some people, or just one, flags the posts and that ends up with the comment being taken down. I can’t think of what else it could be.

      Rather than take offense and conducting an inquisition I just let it go. If some people want to spend the time it takes to get my posts taken down, whatever.

    • ItsMichaelNotMike

      A few of my posts posted over time and later they disappeared. (I have a comment capture program that saves every post I have made online, since 2006, so I know which is which.) I think what happened is some people, or just one, flags the posts and that ends up with the comment being taken down. I can’t think of what else it could be.

      Rather than take offense and conducting an inquisition I just let it go. If some people want to spend the time it takes to get my posts taken down, whatever.

  • J Smith

    No manners and undeducated response.

  • Dixie Recht

    I can’t wait until Carly lifts up her skirt and shows her hair pie.

  • Anonymous

    ayyyyyyee carrrlyy!! lol

  • dannyboy

    Ok this plan saves you money in the long run…btw do you really have to pay a migration fee?, becasue we went to the TMobile store and the guy there told us we didnt and we are on a contract that will end in November.

    • CRT24

      That’s correct….if you have 183 days or less left on your current contract then there are no migration fees.

  • dannyboy

    Oh ok…Thanks :D

  • dannyboy

    Oh ok…Thanks :D

  • dannyboy

    Oh ok…Thanks :D

  • Wilma Flintstone

    I just can’t get over how incredibly thin her legs are.  Twiggy’s back!!!

  • Wilma Flintstone

    I just can’t get over how incredibly thin her legs are.  Twiggy’s back!!!

  • Wilma Flintstone

    I just can’t get over how incredibly thin her legs are.  Twiggy’s back!!!

  • Steff61001

    I don’t like the fact that they told me because I’m on an even more plus plan, if I want to switch to a classic plan we’ll have to change our phone numbers and basically start over like we are a brand new tmobile customer! I don’t think that’s fair or considerate to long-time customers! One would think they would WANT people who are no longer under contract to sign a new one! So basically I have to stay with my current plan, switch to a “value” plan, or go to another carrier :(

  • http://twitter.com/xxmonkey92 Tulio Mesa

    This plan was nothing but a waste, you can’t get new phones if you switch over from a current plan. You have to wait 13 months before you qualify and then you have to resign a contract in order to get a phone, that 3 years! my dad got into it but im not digging