Tomorrow’s Uncarrier move will be live-streamed

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T-Mobile announced this morning that – as is the norm these days – its next Uncarrier move will be available to watch via live web stream. A link to the stream will be published on its newsroom site. If you head on over to newsroom.t-mobile.com tomorrow, March 18th, before the event kicks off at 1pm Eastern/10am Pacific, you’ll be able to catch a direct link to the live stream.

John Legere, COO Mike Sievert and a number of other T-Mobile executives will be speaking at the event in New York tomorrow afternoon. They’re widely expected to unveil the next major Uncarrier move which we’ve heard will be focussed on the small business sector of the market. It’s something the company has been contemplating for a while now, and has made a number of moves – including hiring business focussed staff for retail – to make a major push for business customers.

We don’t know exactly how T-Mobile plans to revolutionize the business market, but we do know it’s going to happen. It’ll be interesting to see how it all plays out at tomorrow’s announcement. Of course, we’ll be bringing you coverage of the event and will post a direct link to the live stream as soon as it’s available.

Source: T-Mobile

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  • Walker

    I’m ready

  • sidekicker89

    Hopefully this move will also benefit non-business customers. I’m excited! :)

    • Sean

      At the very least, I’m sure there will be announcements on improvements of the network. Everyone will win, business or non-business.

    • Richard Roma

      It better not be some crap about Prepaid..

  • Verizonthunder

    T-Mobile should be focused on updating smartphones period.

    • Logan C.

      hey, my iPhone updates on time every time. Maybe Google should finish locking the Android experience to play services updates so you don’t have to rely on a money-grabbing manufacturer to obsolete your device.

      • Verizonthunder

        That’s what nexus smartphones main appeal and as for Apple enjoy your duo core processor with 1gb ram, no 700mhz.

        • Logan C.

          oh yeah, half my bluetooth devices don’t work on my N5 so its on KK still until they fix their software. (unlikely, and no custom ROMs are not an option since my droid is a mission-critical device) And yeah, sure, raw hardware is everything, that’s why my PC outbenchmarks itself depending on the software its running.

        • Verizonthunder

          So you own two smartphones?? Why? Which Bluetooth devices? I feel you are full of empty space. P. S. You loss credibility when you referred your nexus smartphone as a droid. Any real technical person would know only Verizon uses the trademark droid for select Android smartphones with agreement with Disney (former lucasarts)

        • Logan C.

          I own two (four actually, my Note Edge and iPhone 6 just don’t have SIMs in them currently) smartphones because I favor a work/life separation, I enjoy tinkering with smartphones as a hobby, and I used to work for T-Mobile and I’ve never cancelled the second line I picked up. My girlfriend’s bluetooth controller device does not pair with the app its meant for in Lollipop, since Android tries to use it as a trusted device, and we really don’t want that of all devices keeping the phone unlocked. It also had issue with my Gear Circle, LG Tones, and Martian Notifier on L (Official build) I use the term droid because its the internet and you need to calm down about word choice, any real technical person wouldn’t resort to meta-argument about device nomenclature, and would actually keep to the topic at hand, which is that I have two Android devices, one very new and one Google direct, which cannot or cannot reliably run the latest software.

        • FreshBreathTRex

          Nope, you lost credibility. Lucasarts made and now licenses videogames. They never owned the trademark. Lucasfilm was the droid you were looking for.

        • Verizonthunder

          Nice to see you have three accounts for your blunder. You still lossed credibility for labeling a droid unless you have a Verizon smartphone/modify. You cannot accept you were wrong I find noobs like your self so amusing. I would say stay in school but you probably dropped out of high school.

        • FreshBreathTRex

          Not the other dude. Just a Star Wars guy.
          BTW. Personally never owning an android, whether you say android or droid, my mind still goes to either DBZ or Star Wars.
          (late reply should be accepted for watching the Uncarrier livestream)

        • Zach Chadwick

          But We Still Get Great Performance Though… So Your Point is…

        • Verizonthunder

          To what? Your comment is not on par with the conversation.

        • Zach Chadwick

          It did have a point. You were making a reference to the iPhone hardware. Mocking it interpretedly. The comment is on par with the conversation. For you to mock the industry standard grade smartphone that doesn’t need 700MHz to perform, or a Octa-Core Processor just to multi-task, is a joke. Are you mad?

    • galaxyNote4isBoss

      Verizon sucks {mod edit} always. T-Mobile S5, Note 3, and Htc M7 on Lollipop. What has Verizon done??

      • Verizonthunder

        If you ever payed attention to my previous post in the past for this website, you would know that I am currently a T-Mobile customer.

      • squiddy20

        What does Verizon have to with anything he said? He didn’t even say, mention, hint, or allude to anything about Verizon. Try reading once in a while.

    • gmo8492

      Seems like they are finally doing that since they implemented that update tracker on their website.

  • galaxyNote4isBoss

    Definitely ready.

    • thepanttherlady

      If you’d like to contribute to the article, please do otherwise there is no need or purpose for this comment here. Deleting.

  • Matt

    Would love to see some continued emphasis on network improvements

    • Verizonthunder

      T-Mobile is working on upgrading current infrastructures which will be completed mid 2015 which will be summer.

      • Jason R

        It won’t be complete my mid summer. The LTE network is expected to reach 260 million by mid year and 300 million by the end of the year.

        • Verizonthunder

          Current network not including new coverage T-Mobile picked up.

        • Sectime

          Another way to look at it 20 million not covered. About the size of states of Florida or New York

        • Thomas Haas Jr.

          The 2G upgrades to LTE will be all done by the middle of the year. Once they’re done with that, then they are going to expand their network such that places who had no coverage whatsoever in previous times will NOW have it. I like how T-Mobile is finally stepping up their game, but I did leave them, and I plan to wait it out on the superior AT&T network until these projects are ALREADY completed. I will come back THEN.

      • Matt

        There are entire areas of the south east that have 2G or GPRS. I hope soon.

        • Verizonthunder

          Patience T-Mobile is currently working to improve network quality.

  • Pitahson

    totally off topic: I want to get the T-mobile S6/s6 edge when it drops. Went to a tmobile store and they said they wont sell one out right to me. I have a friend with tmobile so I can ask him for the favor. How do I go about getting the s6 under a friends account? I’ll pay for everything but he has his note 4 on jump. Will that be an issue?

    • Darren Small

      Nope. If you’re paying outright it won’t affect anything on his account.

    • Michel M.

      Whoever told you you couldn’t buy it outright lied. Hard.

  • TK – Indy

    I’m betting it has nothing to do with welding torches and blueprints. What was that, anyway? False hype?

  • Acdc1a

    As a business owner this intrigues me. Since I only have 4 lines I have the account in my personal name. Wonder if they’ll give me reason to change financial responsibility to the company.

    • Mike Thaler

      I’m a small business with 5 lines. Used to be that small businesses paid more than families. I switched about 18 months ago when they started offering discounted intl. plans for business – 2 month later they gave everyone even cheaper intl roaming — free data and 20 cent calling.
      The other advantage of business service is you have better/diff. access to CS.

      • Getatme

        CS?

        • Mike Thaler

          Customer Service

        • Ozgur Sen

          His right.
          whenever I call 611 they answer immediately. I never have to wait.

        • Getatme

          I answer my own question seconds after typing it.

  • j-dub

    Blackberry maybe?

  • I hope they bring the BlackBerry Passport! BlackBerry Leap maybe! That would take T-Mobile to a new level, very nice.

  • John Johnson

    This ONE’s a real piece of work.

    They’re giving away HTC One M9’s, obviously.

    Oh, and Half-life 3.

    My goldfish told me so.

  • gmo8492

    Nice, I always look forward to it.