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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]

Select T-Mobile customers being offered free upgrades to Unlimited 4G LTE [Update]

We’ve been informed that T-Mobile is currently sending out texts to select customers offering them a free upgrade to unlimited 4G LTE. Starting April 1st and lasting until the end of 2015, customers who receive a text offering them the promotion will be able to surf and stream as much as they want to for the rest of the year. In the text is a link to this page which … [read full article]

Univision Mobile adds international calling, texting and roaming to its plans

Last year, T-Mobile teamed up with Univision to create a new prepaid brand aimed at the Hispanic market. Today, the company announced a new benefit to choosing its affordable price plans. Depending which plan you choose, you’re allotted a specific amount of international calling and roaming. The new plans break down as follows: $30 plan – No 4G LTE data – Unlimited international texting plus … [read full article]

MetroPCS launches new $50 unlimited 4G LTE plan

MetroPCS this morning announced that it’s launching the “undisputed best Unlimited LTE data plan” in the prepaid industry. For a limited time, customers can sign up and get unlimited LTE data for $50 per month. And if you sign up by April 5th, there’s no “pre-planned end date”, so you keep it. As well as kicking off these new unlimited plans, MetroPCS is offering a discount on a couple of budget smartphones. Customers … [read full article]

T-Mobile announces new Simply Prepaid plans: Unlimited talk and text, plus up to 5GB 4G LTE data

T-Mobile, this morning, announced a new set of prepaid plans. Dubbed Simply Prepaid, the plans start at $40 per month and are similar to Simple Choice post-paid plans, in that they all offer unlimited data, talk and text, with a set allowance – up to 5GB – of 4G LTE data. The aim: To cement its position as the No.1 prepaid carrier. There are three Simply Prepaid plans, outlined below: $40 per month … [read full article]

Are you happy with T-Mobile moving you from legacy to Simple Choice plans?

Back in August we were informed that T-Mobile had started sending out post cards to customers saying that they would be moved from their legacy plans on to one of the more current offerings. For most, that’s  moving on to Simple Choice. For a lot of customers the benefits of moving to Simple Choice far outweigh the inconvenience of losing their old plans. … [read full article]