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T-Mobile’s “New Year, New Phone” Value Plan Sale Kicking Off This Weekend

T-Mobile’s “New Year, New Phone Sale” is ready to kick off this weekend and it’s bringing the Value Plan goodness. So what’s the offer? “All smartphones and select Mobile BroadBand devices in T-Mobile stores will be available with a new down payment of $49.99 or less, when purchased with a qualifying new Unlimited Value Plan.” In other words, this sale sounds exactly like the previous sales that have been geared toward the Value … [read full article]

T-Mobile Starting SMS Campaign Hoping To Move Even More Plus Customers Onto Value Plans

According to this leaked image we’ve obtained, T-Mobile has already started an SMS campaign directed at Even More Plus customers hoping to entice them with a current Value Plan offering. T-Mobile hopes Even More Plus customers see the benefits of the Value Plan offerings including: Deeply discounted rates and the option for unlimited talk, text and data Stay connected with friends and daily by making wireless internet more affordable Value Plan … [read full article]

Consumer Reports Survey Lists AT&T As Least Satisfying Wireless Company, T-Mobile Brings Up The Middle

Looking for a reason to continue hoping the AT&T deal doesn’t go through with T-Mobile? Try a Consumer Reports survey that places AT&T dead last in both postpaid and prepaid categories for customer satisfaction. While Consumer Report surveys aren’t always weighed with the utmost of accuracy, the result of the 22 metropolitan areas breakdown didn’t result in any cities giving AT&T the top position for wireless satisfaction. T-Mobile on the other hand took … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s November 19th Sale, Dubbed “Magenta Day” Is Another Value-Plan Promotional Sale

Update: We’ve updated this post to reflect T-Mobile’s official announcement of the sale. Back in late October we got wind of T-Mobile’s next “All Hands” sale and after that details were scant, until today. Thanks to some ninja tipsters we’ve got a full look at what to text come this Saturday. “For one day only, Saturday, November 19th, customers can purchase any smartphone on any of T-Mobile’s Unlimited Value Plans and … [read full article]

T-Mobile USA Reports Third Quarter 2011 Financial Results

T-Mobile USA reported their third quarter 2011 financial results this morning with an additional 126,000 customers jumping on board thanks to T-Mobile’s Value Plans and Monthly4G prepaid growth. The third quarter growth was compared to a net customer loss in the second quarter of 2011 with a reduction in 50,000 customers. T-Mobile’s total customer base is now 33.7 million customers compared to 33.6 at the end of last quarter and 33.8 million … [read full article]

“Yes, Every Phone Is On Sale, Sale” Requirements, Pricing

If you’re eye-balling Saturday’s “Yes, everyone phone is on sale, sale” then there at least a few things you should know before you head out to your local T-Mobile store. First and foremost this deal only works at corporate owned retail stores, telesales and general customer care. This deal is for new activations, add-a-lines and upgrading customers with 18 months or more contract tenure including FlexPay migrations, existing customers not on contract … [read full article]

Value Plan Customers Won’t Pay Upgrade Fee

For those of you waking up this morning and are now checking out the “official” word on T-Mobile’s new Value and Classic plans we’ve got one more piece of information to give you. As the image above shows Value Plan subscribers won’t pay the much loathed upgrade fee when purchasing new equipment. This is of course likely due to the fact that you aren’t really upgrading since you are purchasing devices at … [read full article]

In Depth With T-Mobile’s New Classic And Value Rate Plans

The news of T-Mobile’s revamped rate plans has been met with trepidation as it’s beginning to feel like T-Mobile can’t hit a sweet spot and constantly changes up their price plan offerings. Once again they are trying some drastic changes just as they did with the announcement of the Even More and Even More Plus plans. As we first posted this morning T-Mobile is doing away with Even More … [read full article]