Un-carrier 11 rumored to offer free food and movie download every week, other giveaways

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John Legere teased last month that Un-carrier 11 is “coming soon,” and now details of the upcoming Un-carrier move have leaked.

The Un-carrier 11 move will be focused on giving its subscribers gifts, according to a report from VentureBeat. It’s said that T-Mobile will launch an app called T-Mobile Tuesdays that will gift subscribers a Domino’s pizza, Wendy’s Frosty, and Vudu movie download every week, as well as the chance to win movie tickets, trips, and gift cards. T-Mobile may even give eligible subscribers the chance to get a quarter-share of T-Mobile stock within two weeks of the Un-carrier 11 event.

Speaking of an event, it’s said that T-Mobile is currently aiming to hold its Un-carrier 11 event on June 6. The Un-carrier 11 move will reportedly be marketed with the hashtag #GetThanked.

Past Un-carrier moves have largely focused on rate plans and services, like Music Freedom and Data Stash. Un-carrier 11 might switch things up, though. Giving subscribers a free pizza, Frosty, and movie download every week would certainly be an interesting move, as usually when we see a carrier giving something away to customers, it’s the chance to win a vacation or something like that. While still unconfirmed, giving away free food and a movie download for a fun night each week would fit with T-Mo’s history of making unique moves.

What do you think of this rumor? Would you like to get a free pizza, Frosty, and movie download every week?

Source: VentureBeat

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  • Durandal_1707

    Free pizza and Frosty every week? With my lack of self-control, I’d weigh 400 lbs before too long.

    • VN

      Oh beautiful, for spacious skies…

      • Oh Beautiful….

        LOL, LOL…

    • tony

      really dont want europeans call us fat americans.

      • Durandal_1707

        If you can’t handle a joke, that’s your problem, not mine.

        Plus, this *is* a really stupid promotion. Who can eat a whole pizza every week? I probably could have gotten away with that at 21, but not now, that’s for sure.

  • Schnazzy

    They should have saved “Binge On” for this.

    • PC_Tool

      lmao…should be top comment.

    • Rob

      Roflmao!

  • besweeet

    OMG FROSTIES YES

  • Willie D

    No thanks. I think I’d like to stick to something different that’s relatable to TMo. Like a month service for every EIP you complete or year that you stick with TMo.

  • Paul Sousa

    Wut

  • PC_Tool

    I mean, yeah – I’ll probably use the movie/pizza thing, but if this is a “thank you” a discount based on years subscribed or some such might go over better?

  • Jose Hernandez

    I would like the Free Movie Ticket or Pizza. Even the Quarter Stock option sounds good. They are giving us stuff for free. A month of free service or credit/discount would be nice as well. But I do understand that they need to keep money coming in! I mean, what other carrier out there does stuff like this?!

    But will wait until official announcement since rumors change all the time.

    • VN

      If they are going this route, they should give many options to choose from, one could be the stock, another pizza, another movie coupon, extra gig or two of stashable data, store gift cards…

  • Mike Thaler

    The Wendy’s people are betting you’ll order burgers and fries to go w. the frosty. Or an extra pizza and drinks w. the “free” pizza. Wouldn’t cost TM much, if anything.

    • MattPortland

      That’s it exactly.

  • taxandspend

    They must be running out of good ideas. What does Domino’s have to do with customer pain points with their mobile carrier?

    • VN

      Stomach ache do to cravings for fast food.

      • VN

        After watching hours of 480p video.

        PS: this for the ‘mobile carrier’ part of your question

    • yankeesusa

      Nope, they are just focusing on saving money right before they spend billions on more spectrum. So far many of the pain points have been resolved. Are their any more? of course. But it’s only so much they can do to keep money coming in for upgrades and expansions.

  • Steven

    To all those saying, “I would like a discount on my bill instead”, think about the bottom line first. Giving a momentary discount would cut from their already narrow margins. However, giving away Vudu movies, Wendy’s Frosty’s, and Dominos Pizza, they can partner with other companies that would LOVE to strategically give away a small product to expand their brand. And this partnership of sorts would cost T-Mobile pennies compared to what a service discount would. As a customer, if you take advtange, you save probably the equivalent if not more than said discount on food and entertainment. I think its brilliant.

    • disqus_DFnvXJ7c9h

      I agree and it fits into the “free tacos” request i always read. Nothing stopping that from happening and being a Twitter storm of free press. I wanted the ability to realocate unused data from1line to another on that fly by whatever i guess.

  • VN

    I’m feeling Carrier Aggravation… offended! What do they think we all are, couch potatoes?

  • tony

    i just bought t mobile stock recently, i would like free t mobile stocks.

    • disqus_DFnvXJ7c9h

      Hope it goes well although they are now near there peak i believe. AMD has upside IMO

      • Philip

        Energy mutual funds is the best. Mine is up 20% in 2 months. Thinking of selling it.

        • disqus_DFnvXJ7c9h

          Wanna double check AMDs chat the past 2 months ;)

  • emcdonald75

    I think T-Mobile should just concentrate on #1: Coverage; #2: Making the Coverage Map as accurate as possible (hire drivers or use customers to map the network continuously); #3 Separate Billing so when you pay down your EIP, it doesn’t show as a credit towards the entire bill until the next monthly bill. It’s confusing; and #4 Carrier Aggregation Nationwide. I know some of these suggestions are in process, but an official announcement would be nice.

    • Steven

      They already do use customers to map their network. Anytime a customer runs a speed test on the app, it logs on the map at t-mobile’s website validating coverage in that location. Had it for nearly 2 years, go check it out.

      • Mike Thaler

        Which speedtest app gets reported to TM?

        • yankeesusa

          speedtest.net by ookla. In fact if you use this speedtest it will not count towards your data. My friend runs these tests on his verizon phone and it hits his data cap all the time.

        • Trevnerdio

          Yeah, doing a damn Sensorly speed test on my phone can run me through 100+ MB if the speeds are fast lol good thing I’m unlimited :D

      • patt

        +1 which speed test app? And what if there is no service?

        • Steven

          If there is no service, the app cant run, so it never shows on the T-Mo map. Simple as that to show where service works and where it doesn’t. And I believe its Speedtest.net app.

    • yankeesusa

      They already are. Its not something that they can do overnight. Actually they have been doing a good job of it till now. Most of their 2g network has been converted to LTE, their adding more 700mhz band and they are now focusing on buying some more spectrum at the auction.

      • emcdonald75

        I understand that. But I run into so many places that are either no service or 2G service, although the coverage map says 4G LTE. I don’t understand why those areas cannot be fixed if they have drivers testing the network or even customers phones’ report back 2G service areas or no service in the area. I know incentive auction spectrum is supposed to fix these places, but I think the real problem is these old radio panels T-Mobile uses and/or their need to place their equipment on more towers, until the new spectrum becomes available in 2019/2020.

    • taxandspend

      Coverage yes. And the 600MHz auction will help. If every one of the 65 million customers got a $10 free pizza, that’s 650 million dollars that they could have put towards the spectrum.

      • Trevnerdio

        That’s not how that works.

        • taxandspend

          Are you privy to information the rest of us aren’t?

  • icwhatudidthere

    Lol, it’s working. My monthly bill is now $200 and there are 5 fewer Verizon/ATT customers in the world!

  • Don Goyo

    More pain points SOLVED!

  • Bryck

    Doesn’t sound like a great un-carrier to me.

    • yankeesusa

      Then switch services if you don’t like it. That’s the thing about all this… it’s your choice.

  • UMadBruh

    It’s uncarrier in that most carriers don’t give a shit about you after joining. They wine and dine “new subscribers” with teaser rates that old subscribers can’t get. Looking at you Sprint.

  • jj201367

    I like the un-carrier moves and can’t wait for this one

  • kgraham182

    Free food and drinks, haha haha. And people wonder why T-Mobile is recognized as ghetto. Imagine if Comcast offer $50 ebt card with service, people would be clowning them but since its John our Lord and Savior it’s OK.

    • patt

      Do you have any proof that what this site is saying is actually true ? :D Who cares if few people call it Ghetto? so what can you call Verizon ? Premium? more like paying more for less. No regrets on dumping Verizon.

      • Fabian Cortez

        He also has T-Mobile which is odd considering his comment…

        • gmo8492

          He’s trolling himself, lol.

    • S. Ali

      Comcast does offer internet access to families below the poverty line or on food subsistence programs.

    • yankeesusa

      How is this ghetto? Seriously? Move along….

  • superman55

    I will love the uncarrier 11 all plans TAX include like Cricket doing.

    • I’d be happy with just the sales tax and hiding away with the silly fees, as T-Mobile already does with its prepaid plans.

    • VN

      Boost has data that grows, I think that’s smart. But for Uncarrier 11, I would like a new set of plans starting with $40 for 5 gigs and 3 levels of throttle all data, to save data: 1.5Mbps, 3Mbps, 6Mbps and full-speed of course. No Binge On just a lot more data.

      • yankeesusa

        They have plenty of plans and data promotions that they have done that are very competitive. Right now i think they are focusing on other promotions so that they can focus on the spectrum auctions coming up soon. Then maybe after they buy more spectrum and upgrade more towers which will allow more capacity they will do more data promotions.

    • S. Ali

      MetroPCS already does.

    • yankeesusa

      That’s where metropcs comes in handy. You can’t compare Cricket with tmobile. Try tmobile and att, then it’s the same.

  • JaswinderSinghJammu

    No one needs free food period. If you can afford your phone you can afford a Wendy’s or Domino’s. Add LTE on the 700 MHz and buy 600 MHz. Shut off 2G Edge. How about free phone at 3, 6 and 9 years with TMO?

    • sorandkairi

      It will always be weird to me when people complain about free stuff.

      • JaswinderSinghJammu

        I am not totally against free stuff but food really? I am all for device discounts and loyalty upgrades

    • DanTheMan

      Its amazing how people complain. If you don’t want it, then don’t accept it.
      Simple.
      T-mobile has always been doing something entirely different yet there’s always people that complain. they offer free movie streaming, its not enough, free roaming, not enough… you don’t like it, go over to Verizon Sprint or ATT and see what they got to offer your ungrateful asses

    • yankeesusa

      Seriously? You are complaining about a company giving away free incentives? Everything you just said they are currently doing. Their adding more 700 bands, they have already been shutting down 2g or converting to LTE in most cases and no company would give away free phones. Not good for business. That is what jump program is for or just go buy your phone on swappa.

  • Mike Palomba

    I’ll take free food!

    • Durandal_1707

      A whole pizza every week, though? I mean, jeez. I could have gotten away with that when I was in my early 20s, but these days, it would have, uh, undesirable effects. It’s not really a healthy lifestyle choice, you know?

      Maybe if it was something less fattening, I dunno.

      • VN

        Will it be ethic to give your pizza coupon to, let’s say, a homeless person?

        That’s a big ethical question… T-Mobile is just giving me headaches lately.

      • Mike Palomba

        I probably wouldn’t want it every week but being 17 I just love to eat lol

  • gorilla

    I bet it’s not completely free.
    Probably something like get a free chicken wing with a purchase of a Large Pizza or something like that.

  • Rob

    I’d rather get loyalty discounts. This is a 13 year old account.

  • S. Ali

    Binge On [Food]

  • Alex P.

    Domino’s? Ewwww! Unless they’ll partner with someone more “local” in each area – they can keep that disgusting food to themselves :-P

    How about giving every faithful sub a 3GB for each year of consecutive subscription? Think that would actually be appreciated by MOST users, unlike some junk food, junk items (pens, notebooks, bags, t-shirts, etc.) or gift cards to stores I wouldn’t ever use (same goes for digital movies, unless they’re from Amazon Videos).

  • Philz

    Great idea costing them very little $ & getting free advertising.
    I’m sure more then a few on other carries would apreciate such simple gifts after blowing big $ on service.

    • VN

      Maybe it’s a good idea, we’ll see. I still believe nothing is free: instead of lower rates or more data we are getting “free” stuff. But it’s their business. If this “uncarrier” materializes I would just like more “free” options to choose from, not everyone wants a pizza every week for the rest of their service, or life, whichever ends first.

  • Jason Caprio

    This is how you know that John has run out of Uncarrier ideas. Pizza, seriously?! lol

    • yankeesusa

      Not really. This stuff won’t affect network or data at all. It will only cost them advertising money while getting even more people to sign up for service. I know several friends that are with att and verizon that decided to give tmobile a try because of all these good deals and promos and thousands of customers are doing the same thing. This is working and it will continue to work.

      • carl

        While some people are going to pick up the pizza and then eating it, other people will enjoy faster data, hopefully.

        • yankeesusa

          Yea, the pizza and other stuff will be a bonus. I enjoy 22mbps and higher on a regular basis. I just did a speedtest and got 32.64. I guess I’m lucky to live in area that t-mobile covers very well.

  • Moe

    Come on, seriously pizza. Thinking that one uncarrier move might be to do away with all the fees and tax. Metro PCS (Tmo owned) does this. This is a major pain point for many. Free Pizza is just a bull shit attempt, John, of keeping the uncarrier thing going. Better include free toilet paper with That free pizza- 1 rolls each month. Going to need it after that awful pizza.

  • Timbo1

    Ill take the stock option and movie.

  • Homero Garza

    I’ll take pizza and a stock

  • riverhorse

    I hope ALL is true. Brilliant!!!
    Even though not for me, on the Metro $50 grandfathered plan…maybe if i traveled frequently(for the other Tmo perks).
    Now, if even some of this were to somehow filter down to Metro, I would move to $60 plan.

  • Loco Mole

    What does food — junk food at that — have anything to do with wireless service? If this is true, T-Mobile is diluting their own uncarrier movement and making it passé, not to mention opening the flood gate for marketing other business to subscribers in a sickening way, figuratively and literally.

  • Diver Dan

    Skip the Pizza and Frosties and purchase some 700MHz spectrum in Chicago!

    • Adam

      I have to assume Domino’s and Wendy’s are footing the bill as part of a joint marking campaign, otherwise it would have been Round Table and Dairy Queen, because those are tastier.

  • Obese

    Great, contribute to Americas Obesity problem. This type of program isn’t going to attract the type of customers they need in the long run.

    • AS118

      I agree. America needs less of this kind of food, and more of the kind of food that would decrease our steadily rising health problems.

  • Jesse

    As long as it does not push rate plans higher.

  • kev2684

    Can you switch to Papa John’s? #papabless

    • Techngro

      Is that you, Peyton Manning? :)

  • Stocks..

    Simply said, I prefer the T-mobile stocks and market shares…Right on, Right on!

  • Andrew Singleton

    The world has reached an age where people are trying to hate on free pizza. What a time to be alive.

    • AS118

      To be fair, Pizza’s unhealthy, and the cost to run that kind of program may detract from spending in other areas.

      • riverhorse

        That’s true ONLY if you’re presently abstaining from alcohol, sugars, hydrogenated fats.
        And if you’re refraining from tobacco & outlawed substances, while keeping prescription drug use to a bare minimum.
        Otherwise, pizza is extremely healthy for you.

        • guest

          And unsafe sex is ONLY unsafe if your presently abstaining from from STDs.
          Otherwise, unsafe sex is extremely safe for you.

        • jimt

          Too bad I don’t eat carbs, otherwise this would work, I guess a free movie a week might be good. I already get a free movie a month from Tmo but it is a real pain to actually redeem it. You have to remember to get it each month or it is gone.

  • vikings football

    i dont know about anyone else, but im waiting for unlimited data for tablets…or a plan that adds a zero to the current tiered tablet plans at the same price…for example i have the 6gb plan, change that to 60gb……because i stream videos not listed on the binge on list.

    • TylerCameron

      Those porn sites add up (;

      • guest

        It takes another p*** person to have recognized that, i Think.

  • MVSGeek

    Useless. I want more competitive pricing, expanded roaming (cruise ships) or other things related to mobile service. I’d prefer that they spent their promotional dollars on expanding and improving service. My two cents.

    • guest

      Bringing in more customers and retaining more customers gives cash flow to turn into improving network/service.

      I think challenging their marketing strategy to grow customers and bottom line which has proven out the last 2 years is interesting. Try to reframe your suggestion with more in-depth recommendations founded on growth

      • guest

        Why do we have to think like shareholders? And if you believe in your “trickle down… the road” theory, why don’t you just give T-Mobile an extra $100 each month? You know it’s gonna come back to you in the form of better service down the road.

  • Hiro

    I’ll gladly take a free Frosty, free movies, maybe some Tmo stock… haha

  • AS118

    Sounds like an interesting rumor, but I doubt it’d be more than a 1 or 2 time thing because it seems like it’d be financially unsustainable unless they made it more like a “buy this, get that” thing.

    • riverhorse

      I doubt much of the cost, if any at all, is borne by Tmo.
      It’s the other companies shelling out for that placement / marketing & sales opportunity.
      They may even be paying a fee for the privilege. If not, it’s mad cheap – only food/product cost, which gets canceled out with extras added to the order.

      • jefferywilliams

        Exactly and not every customer will get a free pizza every week. It will be a drawing kind of thing. AND it will be a coupon probably good on certain day or something so there will be breakage (not all coupons used). And probably a plain pizza so the restaurant can up-sell you on toppings and still make a buck, meanwhile you get a really nice discount. Nothing wrong with it. Everyone wins and you get something that nobody else is giving you. Lets not over analyze; just enjoy.

    • Mike Thaler

      Nobody goes to a fast food place to buy one item. You’ll get your free frosty and order a burger and fries – and maybe something for kids. It won’t cost TM anything.

  • SirStephenH

    I don’t see this going on for more than a month. The costs are unsustainable.

    I will definitely grab all the free s*** that I can, while I can though if this is true. Glad they chose Dominos over Pizza Hut or Pappa Johns.

    • Dominos was recently sued for “wage theft” in New York. This was also something T-Mobile was sued for and lost a similar case involving call center employees.

      The two are like peas in a pod! As long as T-Mobile is able to find companies willing to theft wages from its employees, the promotion will go on forever.

      • jefferywilliams

        Wage theft? Details please. And careful I smell slander. TMO is an enormous publicly traded company and if you consider the parent company included one of the largest mobile carriers in the world. Also surveys show and my calls to them have played this out; their staff are like overly happy to be there. They tell me it is the best place to work for by far.

    • disqus_DFnvXJ7c9h

      lol naive little Stephen.. These would obviously be absorbed marketing costs by the companies providing the free food. This isn’t Tmobile buying everyone a personal pizza and drink. This is Dominos looking at marketing to 60 million people all at once!

  • Techngro

    You had me at uncarrier…

  • Literally 3 of my favorite things… GO T-MO!

  • Glen Baerett

    It seems T-Mobile doesn’t hire people whom know how to sell; so to make up the difference, they need freebies… LOOOOOTS of freebies!

    • jefferywilliams

      They add more customers every quarter than all the other providers combined, and have done so for the past 11 quarters. I think they are selling kinda ok???? And they give customers gifts, and extras because they love their customers and it makes us sticky. I mean you would hang around a place where you got great service and you were appreciated; no??

    • Dubs

      Is that why they have added more customers than any other provider every month for 2 straight years?!? You’re right, they must not know how to sell. Have you applied yet?

  • emcdonald75

    I just want T-Mobile to work on the coverage map and coverage. I went home to visit my family because my grandmother and uncle both died. I literally had no coverage/fluctuating coverage the entire trip. I have never seen No Service so much in my life. When I looked at the coverage map, it showed that I am to have LTE coverage the entire trip except in one area and LTE throughout my home town. That was so not true. Unless my iPhone 6S Plus is malfunctioning, the coverage was almost nonexistent. I almost left T-mobile this past week and the only reason I didn’t is because I need to pay off an EIP I have first. The coverage is abysmal anytime I travel and I have been with them three years with the hopes of it getting better. The coverage map should be actually mapped by professionals and new towers are needed. I love T-Mobile and what they are doing, but why can we not have roaming where there is obviously no service?

    • Ron Burgundy

      you must have gone waaaay far out in a small remote town with 4 people.

      • emcdonald75

        No. I went to a city of 11K people that shows 4G LTE throughout the town as well as 4G LTE coverage on the drive to the town. I was surprised when that coverage did not prove true.

        • riverhorse

          A substantial chunk of Tmo coverage area is thru roaming agreements. AND it wouldn’t surprise me if underhanded tactics are occurring, what you went through… they’re all getting regularly dissed by Legere!
          And let’s not forget it took Ma Bell(Verizon / AT&T) over one monopolistic century(+ government stick and carrot) to blanket the country.
          So realistically, you want a single phone to have your back as you travel domestically, you stick to Wireless Carriers #1&2 while forsaking #3&4… and at a pretty penny.
          Or, you can stay as you are, and just add a second prepaid/pay go line from an appropriate MVNO.
          The total is similar in either case… advantage Tmo for international calling & travel, data, speed(in optimal situations), miscellaneous perks.
          Too bad we can’t take advantage of dual sim phones…

        • emcdonald75

          I know right! Plus, I was not asking for much. I wouldn’t have complained if the coverage map showed no coverage in the area I visited, because I would expect no coverage. I just think coverage maps for any carrier should show more accurate depictions of coverage. What I don’t understand is this, when a carrier first sets up a tower or their equipment on a tower, do the carrier or field testers or whomever not test the extent of the coverage for the need of a new tower to ensure reliable coverage? I don’t think it is feasible to place one or two towers in a town/city and then market the entire town/city as 4G LTE covered, especially if the spectrum used only travels so far.

        • Mike Thaler

          On the big user forum (HowardForums) there are lots of complaints about the inaccuracy of the maps. I forget the name, but there is a 3rd party app that shows real users experiences in many areas using a visual map.

        • emcdonald75

          Thank you!

        • Dubs

          Try getting a new SIM card. That could be the issue as well. If it’s defective they can replace it for free.

    • disqus_DFnvXJ7c9h

      Iphone 6s there is your first problem. Iphones have horrible radio reception compared to android. Secondly I have amazing coverage during my travels. But I frequently travel to major cities not small towns. If you want small town coverage look elsewhere. Your a small demographic though so you’ll have to pay a premium. Either pay the premium and get your unique feature or don’t pay a premium and get coverage in major cities. it’s pretty basic common sense.

      • emcdonald75

        When did coverage become a unique feature? Isn’t that what T-Mobile is selling now when I see 308 Million POPS advertised? When I look at their own coverage map and it suggests coverage in the towns I frequent, am I not to believe them? I didn’t create the coverage map, T-Mobile did. Basic common sense would be for a wireless carrier to review their own coverage map and ensure its authenticity or ensure that coverage exists and presents a strong signal wherever their own coverage map suggests a signal should be. Lately, it seems customers and the common man are blamed for the misrepresentations of big businesses. It’s your own fault because you purchased a service though the business showed you that they offer services in that area. WTF!? T-Mobile is trying to obtain my business and they should work harder to keep me as a customer. I shouldn’t have to work, beg and plead for them to offer me wireless service. Coverage is the basic premise of a cell phone carrier, without it, what do you have but a nationwide, wireless equipment reseller.

        • jefferywilliams

          There map is 100% correct. I know this because I know how it is generated. They know the Long / Lat of every tower, signal band, antenna height, etc. So based on physical factors they know how far they broadcast in each 1/4 segment. The map is drawn based on end point global positioning and signal reach. I know Verizon does it this way as well. I don’t know about AT&T but I assume also the same. Sprint, I think they just grab a yellow marker; give it to a chimp and let him go to town LMAO

        • emcdonald75

          Well if that’s the case, I will have to look into a new phone then, because my iPhone shows No Service a lot in areas that T-Mobile’s coverage map shows I should have coverage.

        • jefferywilliams

          Where are you having these issues?

        • emcdonald75

          In downtown Jackson, MS, my calls drop. On my way to Laurel, MS, where my parents, live my phone shows E for Edge or No Service or pockets of 4G LTE. In Laurel, MS, I went into many places and my phone automatically showed No Service or in some areas of town, my phone showed No Service or very weak service 4G LTE service. I thought maybe it was the radio panels on the towers because I remember reading an article that said T-Mobile were going to reuse the current (old) radio panels in rural areas for their 2G-4G LTE upgrade. It could be the phone as well. For the most part in Jackson, service works great with speeds of 33Mbps+, but you have spots especially in downtown, where you show service but calls drop. I was hoping maybe the new iPhone once it releases is better or just switch to Android altogether.

      • jefferywilliams

        This is a fact. I have 4 friends on TMO with Iphones (new ones) and they drop calls, have garbled audio, slow data. And I will stand right next to them with my Note, never a problem never a dropped call. I don’t know if it is because Samsung is that good or if iPhone is garbage. I know Apple uses older processors; slower processors and in general much cheaper components and puts it in a stunning shell. Gold covered crap is what I call it :) Again I don’t know what the issue is I just know I never have a problem; other friends with Android and TMO never have a problem and everyone I know with an iPhone, they blame TMO for bad service. If I am standing next to you and it works great for me and I get 45MB download and you get dropped calls and like 4MB download…well you know it is kinda obvious.

  • Ron Burgundy

    Tmobile today has the best network and customer service of all 4 carriers (I have tried them all).

    • riverhorse

      While I “overall” concur, and support Tmo… I’d qualify your statement with “depending on location”. Or YMMV.

      • jefferywilliams

        Every service provider is depending on location; wireless, cable. They all have strong areas and weak areas. TMO weak areas have been reduced dramatically.

    • jefferywilliams

      Agreed.