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AT&T Says Keep Your Rate Plan, Even When Your Contract Expires

While AT&T awaits FCC approval, DOJ lawsuits and a host of contentious members of the political machine they are still trying to win over the T-Mobile customer. As of September 16th T-Mobile updated their internal FAQ for employees regarding possible customers question surrounding rate plans changing post-AT&T takeover. A small addendum might help allay the fears of some T-Mobile customers who are fearful that their rate plans will disappear. We’ve … [read full article]

T-Mobile Hopes To Encourage Even More Plus Customers To Switch To Value Plans

Beginning September 1st T-Mobile is going to begin suggesting to Even More Plus customers to make a move onto the Value Plans. With the hope of providing the Value Plan benefits as an enticement our attention is directed toward the area we have highlighted in red that indicates Value Plan customers will be able to keep their rate plans when an AT&T deal completes. Are we to understand that Even More … [read full article]

T-Mobile Launches $49.99 Gift Card/Facebook/Free Phone Promotion

T-Mobile is taking this weekend to celebrate their “best rate plan” ever by giving away $49 T-Mobile gift cards to 49 people who “like” the T-Mobile Facebook page. Entering the sweepstakes is as easy becoming a fan of T-Mobile’s Facebook page and filling out the sweepstakes form on the “$49 Value Plan” tab this upcoming Saturday and it’s a one day only opportunity! That’s not all T-Mobile has in store as they … [read full article]

T-Mobile Confirms Upcoming Change To 200MB Plan Overages

T-Mobile has confirmed in a short statement to the Wall Street Journal their intent to change the low-end data plan to incur overage charges rather than throttling customers who hit the limit. “Customers will incur overages of $0.10 per MB when they exceed 200MB of data ($10 for 10MB) up to a maximum monthly payment of $40 with Value plans or $45 with Classic plans for data including the 200 MB add-on … [read full article]

T-Mobile Changing 200MB Data Plan Away From Throttling To Overage

According to this leaked image which hit our inbox T-Mobile is set to make a change to their lowest data plan offering by removing the throttling and returning to overage charges. This represents a major shift in T-Mobile’s data policy even if it only affects the lowest price offering. T-Mobile’s marketing approach to competitive data offerings in recent months has been their “no overage” plan so this change is definitely one to … [read full article]

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 … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s Best Rate Plan Ever?

We’ve been receiving wind of this Value Plan dedicated page all day and at first glance it does appear to be quite the offering if you haven’t been keeping up with the new Value Plans: two lines for $49.99 each totaling $99.98 (like the math we did there) with add a lines costing $15 for 500 minutes. So what’s the catch as this plan seems almost to good … [read full article]

(Updated!!) T-Mobile To Enforce Data Plan Contracts Beginning August 8th

Update: As a quick update to the post we wanted to ensure clarity so that people don’t start freaking out over the verbiage in the image. A loophole exists in T-Mobile’s systems that allows for employees to remove data features a before customer fulfills the required contract term. This will NOT force a customer to have a data requirement if they do not want…if some representatives in the comments are correct in their … [read full article]

T-Mobile Classic And Value Rate Plans Go Live

Right on schedule T-Mobile has unveiled the Classic and Value rate plan selections and they are now ready for your buying pleasure.The new plans represent yet another industry first for T-Mobile as they attempt to move customers away from the equipment subsidy model that has been a staple of the American wireless industry for years. Time will tell how receptive customers are to the changes T-Mobile is making and whether or … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s FlexPay Service No Longer Available, Now Grandfathered In

Tis a sad sad day in the world of T-Mobile as we say a fond farewell to Flexpay which will no longer be sold effective July 24th, today. While we can’t say we are surprised given that T-Mobile hasn’t really use of the Flexpay offering in some time, we bid it adieu. Customers already on Flexpay are now Grandfathered in and can remain on their current offering. Flexpay customers looking to change … [read full article]