Tag Archives: uncarrier

(Update) T-Mobile Set To Launch UNcarrier “Phase 2″ On June 23rd?

Update: Well what do you know, as soon as this post goes up, word comes down that “Phase 2″ has been delayed till July 14th. Still no additional details available.  There’s not a lot to go on here, but a number of sources have pinpointed June 23rd as the launch of T-Mobile’s UNcarrier “Phase 2″ plan. In case you are wondering, we’re told there’s also a “Phase 3″ though details are also unknown. One … [read full article]

T-Mobile And…Xzibit Talk About The No-Contract Experience

Please forgive me for this…but you’ve just been pimped by T-Mobile. Now that I got that out-of-the-way, T-Mobile is adding another round of “celebrities” to their marketing staple with this 50 second spot. Xzibit, famous for his rapping but more famous for his host gig on MTV’s Pimp My Car talks about how he made the switch from AT&T to T-Mobile. Really, just watch this video. Actor, Rapper and Producer Xzibit doesn’t have contracts in his … [read full article]

Video: T-Mobile…The ‘Simple Choice’ If You Live In A Shoe

The next advertisement in T-Mobile’s line of Simple Choice TV spots shows just how important Simple Choice is to those of you who live in a shoe. In fact, Simple Choice can help remove the embarrassment of telling your friends you actually live in a giant shoe. I don’t know, maybe living in a giant shoe would be fun…using the laces to swing around like your own personal jungle gym? Actually, that just … [read full article]

T-Mobile Reports First Positive Quarterly Results Since 2009, Sells 500,000 iPhones In First Month

With T-Mobile releasing preliminary numbers during the first few days of April, we had a pretty good idea of what their first quarter results would show. As the official numbers released early this morning, the news is mostly positive, though there is still plenty of work to be done before we can officially call anything a complete “turnaround.” The first bit of bad news is that its revenue dipped 7% year-over-year … [read full article]

T-Mobile Updates Value Plan Migrations And Benefits FAQ For Simple Choice Plans

With T-Mobile already showing signs of a small turnaround so far in 2013, the race is on to continue highlighting why the new Simple Choice plan is the best the industry has to offer. With that in mind, T-Mobile has updated it’s Frequently Asked Question page on Value Plans and Migration Fees to help explain and clarify questions regarding the new rate plans. The page, updated on the 1st … [read full article]

T-Mobile Customers Upset About New Unlocking Policy Start Petition To “Enact Common Sense Unlock Policy”

T-Mobile’s new SIM unlock policy is only a few weeks old and has already earned the ire of a small but now vocal minority of Classic Plan customers who want T-Mobile to “enact a common-sense SIM unlock policy.” At issue is the idea that T-Mobile’s unlock process went from very relaxed and one of the most agreeable in the wireless industry to one that is now “arbitrary and punitive” according to the … [read full article]

T-Mobile Now Sending Letters To Customers In Accordance With Washington State Decision

In accordance with a decision rendered by the Washington State Attorney General, T-Mobile is sending letters to customers who purchased service and equipment between March 26th and April 25th. Customers who bought service and equipment between those dates can get a full refund for the purchase of the equipment and cancel the plan without being required to pay the remaining balance owed on the device. T-Mobile agreed to contact those customers who … [read full article]

Washington State Attorney General Has A Bone To Pick With T-Mobile’s UNcarrier Offer

  Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson has laid down the gauntlet and ordered T-Mobile to alter its “deceptive advertising.” Ferguson has taken issue with a component of the new UNcarrier plan that involves consumers paying full price for their smartphone. Consumers who opt for the monthly installment plan will pay a monthly installment charge to cover the cost of the device. Customers who leave early will have to pay the full … [read full article]