Tag Archives: Postpaid

T-Mobile Sending Out Text Messages Announcing The End Of The AT&T Deal

I’ll assume for the moment that if you are reading this, you are already well-aware that AT&T’s offer to purchase T-Mobile was withdrawn by AT&T last week. If you haven’t already heard, AT&T withdrew their offer to purchase T-Mobile for $39 billion dollars. Glad that’s out of the way as we thought we’d post up this little nugget of goodness as T-Mobile began alerting customers regarding the ends of talks with AT&T via text message. … [read full article]

T-Mobile To Phase Out FlexPay Accounts Beginning December 2011, Migrations Suggested To PostPaid

It was all the way back in July when we first got word that T-Mobile would stop offering FlexPay service and begin migrating customers to PostPaid or Monthly 4G plans in order to make account changes. Fast forward to today and news that T-Mobile’s FlexPay Care and Migrations team are to begin offering Grandfathered Postpaid rate plans to all eligible customers as a selling point to migrate. T-Mobile will begin it’s … [read full article]

T-Mobile SIM Unlock Policy Changes

If you’re one that travels quite a bit you probably unlock your T-Mobile  handset so you can use it overseas with another GSM carrier, and save yourself some of hard earned cash. Thanks to our trusty tipster, starting January 21st eligible FlexPay and PostPaid customers will be able to obtain a SIM unlock code after 40 days instead of 90 days. Eligible prepaid customers will be able to request a SIM unlock code after 60 … [read full article]

Move From FlexPay To Postpaid Starting January 18th

Are you a current FlexPay customer aching to move your account over to Postpaid, so you can take advantage of lower prices? Well now you can! Starting January 18th, T-Mobile will be launching a FlexPay to Postpaid coversion program, in which qualified FlexPay customers will be able to migrate their account over to a Postpaid account. Some of the benefits of a Postpaid account include, eligibility for upgrade discounts, the ability to add additional lines based on tenure, and elgibility … [read full article]