Tag Archives: Rate plans

T-Mobile Has Taught Us That Change Is Not Always Bad

T-Mobile has made some incredible decisions this year regarding their company. It all started back when they dubbed themself the “Uncarrier”, the only carrier out of the big four in the United States that ditched contracts entirely. There were no more hidden fees, you get what you pay for. You didn’t even have subsidized pricing on phones anymore; instead you paid for your device full price over time. It was a decision that was both … [read full article]

(Updated) T-Mobile Moving to Cancel Some Grandfathered Rate Plans, Offer Customers New Options?

Update: A T-Mobile spokesperson just delivered the following comment confirming the rate plan move for grandfathered/legacy customers: Maintaining thousands of rate plans is the norm in the industry, but we think it creates unnecessary complexity. Simple is better, which is why we’re reducing the number of older plans in our systems. We’re giving customers on these plans the opportunity to choose a plan that best meets their needs. For the vast majority, their … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s UnCarrier Phase 3 Begins Tomorrow, What Do You Want To See?

We’re a little over 24 hours away from T-Mobile’s unveiling of the third phase of their three-pronged attack at changing the face of the wireless industry. With their first two Phases already showing signs of success and investor praise, T-Mobile has big expectations for what is expected to be the third and last phase of UnCarrier for 2013. The announcement of Shakira … [read full article]

Rumor: T-Mobile Uncarrier Phase 3 To End New Customer Deposits

Prepare yourself for another round of rumor wonderland as a source tipped us a potential highpoint of T-Mobile’s Uncarrier Phase 3. Now, I know you don’t need the standard disclaimer with all good rumor stories but I’m saying it anyway…take with many grains of salt. According to a source, T-Mobile’s Phase 3 of their Uncarrier plan will include a removal of all deposits from the Simple Choice postpaid plans leaving just “well qualified and … [read full article]

T-Mobile Improves Unlimited Data Smartphone Hotspot Bundles, Begins Today

Well, this is a good way to end the day as T-Mobile improves their unlimited data hotspot bundles beginning today, September 10th. Beginning today, T-Mobile customers on their Unlimited high-speed data plans can add new hotspot packages for as little as $20. Beginning September 10, our postpaid customers will get more tethering for less with our Unlimited data features! Now customers can enjoy Unlimited high-speed data and a substantial amount of Smart … [read full article]

Video: T-Mobile Exec Announces Simple Choice Family Plan With No Credit Check

T-Mobile’s introduction of the new Simple Choice with no credit check rounded out the company’s two major announcements this week. The plan, which launches on July 14th opens up an opportunity for what T-Mobile describes as 1/3 of the population to take advantage of T-Mobile’s Simple Choice rate plan offerings without worrying about credit. So here’s T-Mobile’s Chief Marketing Officer Mike Sievert … [read full article]

Sprint Prepares To Challenge T-Mobile With One-Size-Fits-All Rate Plan

While T-Mobile’s CEO John Legere and CTO Neville Ray made no attempt to hide their laughter at Sprint’s pitiful data network, the “Now” network is preparing to challenge T-Mobile right back. The folks at PhoneArena received the image via an anonymous tipster and Engadget has learned the plans are correct and could kick off as early as tomorrow, Friday, July 12th. Sprint looks to replace its existing “Everything” plans with new “Unlimited, My Way” … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s JUMP! Upgrade Program, Just How Good Of A Deal Is It?

Note: The $10 monthly fee includes T-Mobile’s PHP insurance plan which makes it a good deal financially, but the real question remains the JUMP! upgrade timeframe. The $8 PHP bundle includes Insurance and Extended Warranty protection. Next business day shipping is included on all replacements. There are $20, $50, $100, $150 or $175 deductible tiers depending on the device using insurance.  JUMP! certainly caught … [read full article]

T-Mobile Officially Announces Simple Choice Family Option With No Credit Check

Just as we suspected, T-Mobile is introducing a Simple Choice with no credit check to help customers with “less-than-premium credit.” Beginning on July 14th, families can get four Simple Choice lines with unlimited talk, text and web and up to 500MB of high-speed data for $100 per month. According to T-Mobile, one in three consumers who apply for wireless service do not have a credit score that allows them to qualify for the best … [read full article]

Editorial: T-Mobile’s New Plans Are Awesome For Everyone

Earlier today, T-Mobile held an event to show off the new plans and payment schemes for service and phones. There weren’t many surprises given all the leaks we’ve had in the last few weeks about T-Mobile’s “Uncarrier” offering. Like John Legere promised back in December, the new plans are very simple and pretty easy to understand once you grasp the basic concepts behind the plans. When looking at them on the … [read full article]