For those of us who love to grab the next best thing in the smartphone world, T-Mobile dropped a hint to CNET that the company is considering a “club” allowing for “anytime upgrades.” The club, which would require a “very small” membership fee would allow for a maximum of two upgrades per year, though it’s unclear if any membership fee would be annual or monthly. In exchange for this fee, customers would receive … [read full article]
If you missed our exciting liveblog of T-Mobile’s UNcarrier event this morning and the TmoNews “shout-out,” not to worry. T-Mobile’s CEO John Legere is breaking down everything that’s happening and all that UNcarrier means in this 105 second video. T-Mobile is unveiling the best upgrade program in wireless, the best devices, and much more.Watch the video … [read full article]
At the Q&A session for the Uncarrier event today, T-Mobile confirmed that devices are locked to the carrier at purchase. However, if you cancel your service, you have a few options if you bought your phone from T-Mobile on a payment plan. The first is to pay it off all at once and wash your hands of T-Mobile entirely. This is the only thing … [read full article]
We had a pretty good idea that T-Mobile would kick off a brand new marketing campaign with UNcarrier and today we’re seeing exactly what it is. Say your goodbyes to “Stick Together” and welcome “Simple Choice.” T-Mobile’s calling Simple Choice a: Break from wireless industry norms, the Simple Choice plan eliminates restrictive annual service contracts and seeks to take the pain and confusion out of the wireless experience, by moving to one … [read full article]
New T-Mobile #simplechoice marketing spots posted as the liveblog does down!