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T-Mobile responds to Verizon Unlimited Plan by including HD video and 10GB of high-speed hotspot data on ONE plan

As you might have heard, Verizon launched their Verizon Unlimited plan today, which offers unlimited data*, talk, and text. (Data may be throttled after 22GB in usage per month). Well, it didn’t take long for T-Mobile and John Legere to respond. Legere took to Twitter just now to announce that T-Mobile ONE plans will now include HD video by default, as well as 10GB of high-speed hotspot data, starting Friday. More to come. Update: Legere has also … [read full article]

Nexus 6 now $100 off at T-Mobile

T-Mobile’s Nexus 6 is now on sale at $100 off the usual retail price for both the 32GB and 64GB versions of the device. That means you can now grab the 32GB model for $549 and the 64GB one for $599. On EIP both storage options are available with $0 down payment. The 32GB model will set you back $22.91 per month over two years, while the 64GB is $24.99 per month on … [read full article]

MetroPCS intros $30 unlimited talk, text and data prepaid plan

Today, MetroPCS – T-Mobile’s primary prepaid brand – announced a brand new promotional plan for customers who walk in to its stores. For $30 per month (including taxes/fees) subscribers can walk out with unlimited talk, text and data with 1GB 4G data. This is an in-store exclusive which means, sadly, you can’t grab it online. You have to go to a brick-and-mortar MetroPCS branded store to get it. And you’ll need a compatible … [read full article]

“Carrier Freedom” – Difference between new Device Payment scheme and ETF reimbursement explained

During the Uncarrier 9.0 announcement, T-Mobile revealed that it would be changing its “Contract Freedom” slightly and start including device payment plan reimbursements alongside ETF’s being paid. Now dubbed “Carrier Freedom”, there are a couple of differences worth noting between the two plan types. With the ETF reimbursement – announced [read full article]

Uncarrier 9.0 for consumers: Device payment plans paid off, promotions made permanent

Along with its new simple pricing and offers for small business owners, T-Mobile announced a couple of new promotions for its regular consumers. Dubbed “Un-contract” and “Carrier Freedom”, they threaten to make T-Mo’s offers even tastier than they already were. The Un-contract In T-Mobile’s words, the Un-contract move is there so that business customers and regular consumers can be more certain about their … [read full article]

T-Mobile plan fees and taxes being adjusted from March 22nd, small RPF increase

In T-Mobile’s support pages, the company has announced that from March 22nd it will be changing some of the taxes and fees on its plans. The carrier states that this should result in a bill decrease for the majority of its customers, but for some, bills will remain the same or increase by no more than 1-2% of the total bill. “As part of regular government program compliance reviews, we will adjust the … [read full article]