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What Will T-Mobile Talk About Tomorrow? Will They Announce The iPhone Launch Date?

Tomorrow is T-Mobile’s big, big day with the rumored launch/discussion/conversation of the iPhone, official LTE announcements and the formal unveiling of the new UNcarrier rate plans. It all goes down tomorrow at 11AM ET and while T-Mobile saw fit to not include us TmoNews folk, I’m definitely going to keep a sharp eye on everything that goes down from A-Z. So what can we expect and/or hope to see out of … [read full article]

New One-Size-Fits-All Value Plan Brochures Begin Arriving In T-Mobile Retail Stores

T-Mobile is one step closer toward UNcarrier life with the receipt of new Value Plan brochures arriving in company-owned retail stores across the nation. As we first posted in early March, T-Mobile’s move to a Value Plan only corporate environment begins on March 24th and to that end, the move to a one-size-fits-all rate plan makes complete sense. Gone are the contracts and overages, hello to one easy to follow and … [read full article]

Verizon, AT&T Continue To Watch T-Mobile’s Move Away From Subsidies

It will come as little shock or surprise that T-Mobile’s competition is watching their move away from subsidies, a point reiterated by Verizon and AT&T execs in Las Vegas this week. T-Mobile may not pose a large threat to the dominant telecommunication positions of Verizon and AT&T, but it’s foolish to think the latter companies wouldn’t eagerly move away from subsidies. Subsidized pricing on mobile devices has long been a catch-22 for the … [read full article]

Telefonica Exec Warns T-Mobile Over Dropping Subsidies

There’s been no shortage of detractors over T-Mobile’s risky decision to move to a Value Plan only world in 2013. Now, Tracy Isacke, director of Telefonica Digital, a large Spanish multinational telecommunications company with more than 313 million customers worldwide is advising T-Mobile not to go down this path. Isacke suggests taking it from experience as Telefonica decided to undertake … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s Challenger Strategy Continues With 100% Move To Value Plans In 2013

I’ve been saying this for months, but T-Mobile has made it official as the company will move 100% to Value Plan offerings in 2013. While many of you will be shocked by this move, I’m thrilled to see the company removing the two rate-plan scenario which confused far more customers than necessary. As the company sees 80% of all post-paid activations in stores as Value Plans, it makes sense for this … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s ‘Samsung Holiday Sale’ Extended, Refocused On Value Plans

T-Mobile’s ‘Samsung Holiday Sale’ is being extended from this past weekend, with a twist that lends toward those of you already on or looking to move to Value Plans. I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again, Value Plans are T-Mobile’s future and I have complete belief that we’ll see more and more sales solely focused on Value Plans in the future. That … [read full article]

T-Mobile Statement Highlights Network Refarming For iPhone Customers

AT&T’s recently announced policy for unlocking iPhones is good news, but there is no company more capable of reaping the rewards of AT&T’s new policy other than T-Mobile. With T-Mobile’s network refarming, existing inventory of Micro-SIMs and value priced offerings, T-Mobile is perfectly positioned to attract angry AT&T customers. In fact, T-Mobile released a statement to 9to5Mac earlier today on this very subject: Today we have more than one million unlocked iPhones … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s February 11th Valentine’s Day Sale Is A Go, Marketing Could Begin As Early As Today

If you’re hoping for more details on T-Mobile’s Valentine’s Day sale this upcoming Saturday, you’ve come to the right place. “For one day only, Saturday February 11th, new and existing customers can purchase any phone on any of T-Mobile’s Unlimited Classic or Value Plans and receive a Mail-in Rebate, bringing the 2YC (year-contract) subsidy price to FREE or the net device down-payment to $0.00.” This is just all kinds of good news, … [read full article]