T-Mobile will have news to share tomorrow


Surprise! T-Mobile’s got some news to make tomorrow.

T-Mobile has announced a conference call for tomorrow, December 13th, at 8:00 am PT/11:00 am PT. It’s unclear what T-Mo might have planned, with the carrier only saying that it’ll “discuss the morning’s latest news from the Un-carrier” and that there will be a “business update” and a Q&A. A livestream will be available here.

So what might T-Mobile say tomorrow? There haven’t been any leaks about a major announcement, but it’s possible that T-Mo has a new Un-carrier move or perhaps an Amped version of previous Un-carrier move planned. The good news is that we only have to wait around 24 hours to find out what T-Mobile is cooking up.

What do you think T-Mobile will announce tomorrow?

Source: T-Mobile


  • Eric Edwards

    That they’re giving me my job back at the Tampa call center because I sent Alex a tweet about a plan change that went into effect that day but because they hadn’t sent out an official press release that they considered me leaking inside information. SMH Meanwhile my dog almost died because I left my dog to go to work at the call center instead of being late because he had an upset stomach and really needed to go out and eat grass to settle his stomach. MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ME FROM TMOBILE. Dog that had surgery and lost my job. No I’m not bitter. Btw thanks Alex for helping me lose said job by giving me credit in your story. :)

    • Ascertion

      I mean, you aren’t supposed to leak insider information to be honest.

      • Mesa Softic

        Wait i didn’t happen to catch the ride, whats going on? who leaked what???

        • mikejeezy05

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    • Cellphone Chris

      You’re joking, right?

    • thepanttherlady

      In all fairness, did you indicate you were sending the tip confidentially and he posted your name anyway? If not, you can’t really blame anyone but yourself.

      Sorry to hear about your dog. Hope he’s doing better.

    • lomsha

      Next time leak anonymously or don’t leak at all.

  • Steve

    Alex, Is it 11AM ET instead of PT? Thanks!

  • npaladin2000

    I think when we have a press release announcing the upcoming release of a press release, the world has already ended and we’re not in The Good Place. ;)

    • MadMartigan

      They said the world would end 2012. Has anything really made any sense since then? *grin*

  • Frankwhitess

    They are having a meeting to discuss the Next Uncarrier move…. Like,.. 5 gig of High speed data international when traveling included in the One Plan .. Or YouTube Red Now included..

  • Darryl Woodbury

    I’ll be watching…..I mean working just in case my boss happens to see this comment. I’ll be working hard instead of watching the livestream. I’d never do anything that would distract me from doing my job.

  • Francisco Peña

    2 lines unlimited for $70…

  • Francisco Peña

    December 13th, at 8:00 am PT/11:00 am PT.?

    We doing it twice on the West Coast? Payback for all the tape delays?

  • Patrick McLaughlin

    expansion of Band 71 to more places than originally thought

  • lion7718

    RCS Texting & all January bills will be paid as a Xmas Gift.

    • enoch861

      The first part is already kinda here. The second part would be nice although they would never do it haha

    • Brandon

      What is RCS texting?

      • Chad D

        It’s the new version of SMS, think imessage/allo for all. The standard is a mess, so I think it’s meant to be a joke

    • John Doe

      T-Mobile would lose so much money if they do that and who will pay the taxes as well? lmao

  • Steve Hester

    Or with Charlie stepping aside at Dish, they are merging with Dish (not sure I like that, but maybe).

    • John Doe

      John Legere did say last year that Dish will not exist

      DISH is no longer DISH

      Then there’s Dish. For years, the decline of linear TV and Dish’s stockpile of spectrum have fueled rumors that they were preparing to venture into wireless. But they’ve missed their window. I predict 2017 will mark the end of Dish as we know it. This time next year, they’ll no longer be a standalone entity. Dealer, next hand of cards, please. Thanks for playing, Charlie!

      So I guess he has some explaining to do LoL

  • Ascertion

    This could be a number of things.
    – Network Upgrades exceeding expectations. <– Most Likely.
    – Sub gains below estimates; meaning they are announcing a new promo. <– Maybe.
    – Merger Announcement. <– Unlikely, but possible.

    I'm going to go ahead and predict they will announce more B71 locations by year end.

  • The One

    PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE announce the return of the Pixel 2 Promo!

    But most likely, something to do with business or network performance. #yawn

  • James Smith

    How about how they plan to fix their awful coverage in SW Florida?

  • SuzieSunshine

    Maybe the Sprint merger is back on. HA! Seriously, maybe an update on 600MHz rollout?

  • Ty Christensen

    Pixel 2 XL on payments through T-Mobile or a BOGO w/out having to be on the TMo One plan? If not I don’t care. Course it’s none of those things, wishful thinking.

  • dcmanryan

    Going to guess an increase in data for the kickback discount. I can always hope right?

  • George Salcedo

    How bout actually having good deals on phones this year that don’t require additional lines being added. I can only hope…

  • Alexis Garcia

    I’m hoping it stands as one of the few carriers defending against Ajit Pai’s proposal to appeal net-neutrality…

  • Sharti24

    Tmobile should try and steal some Sprint customers away. It Shouldn’t be too hard (more like easy prey) Tmobile’s coverage matches Sprint’s (yes tmobile is a little better in rural areas) but they need to offer them an incentive to switch. Idk what that might be but those are the customers you want. They’re with sprint for a reason. Price

    With Tmobile costing $70 for a single line and $140 for 4 lines, People who have verizon ($75 single line, $160 for 4 lines) aren’t interested in switching because they’ve always had Verizon and it works very well for them. Since the price is only a bit more than Tmobile it’s not worth the hassle for them to switch.

    Maybe Tmobile should start “get out of the yellow” instead of “the red”. All newer phones would be eligible to be paid off just like how “the red” works. Focus on stealing sprint customers away not Verizon or Att.

  • mikeZo6

    How about taking care of LONG TIME customers for a change !

    • carlos quintanilla

      Yes free I phones and note 8s for long term customers

      • jimmiekain

        Super lol

  • tysmith95

    Merger with us cellular

    • Mesa Softic

      yeaaaaah, that’s not going to happen.

  • SirStephenH

    Statement on Net Neutrality?

  • Glad I Left CA

    Since it was announced so quickly, there is going to be some sort of press release in the morning, and probably a merger announcement.. my guess anyways.

    Probably not an uncarrier, as it wasn’t hyped up, although they’ve done that once before to beat a competitor. Who knows, I’m sticking with merger announcement.

  • JG

    Verizon is planning on launching fixed-location 5G broadband (or whatever the technical proper term is) in 2018. A day or two ago I read an article stating Verizon had responded to a comment Legere had made claiming it wouldn’t work. Verizon basically said T-Mobile didn’t know what they were talking about since they’re not doing the same thing, that thanks to some recent technology advances they are able to overcome some previous limitations and that they’ll have no problem having their network up and running as scheduled.

    Maybe Legere has decided to follow Verizon’s path and will launch their own fixed location broadband. It won’t be proper 5G (since the standards haven’t been finalized yet AFAIK) but if it gets me an internet speed close to 1Gbps I’ll be happy…

    Especially if there’s no deprioritization threshold – or it’s a lot higher (like 500GB-1TB/month). 50GB/month may be enough for a phone, but not for a household’s “landline” connection… And B.) they stick with Net Neutrality….

    • James Smith

      It only “sucks” when the “carriers” do it.

      T-Mobile marketing 101.

  • Adam Snider

    I’m guessing this press release will be the business customer part of the announcement. https://newsroom.t-mobile.com/news-and-blogs/tmobile-freemove.htm

  • Terry

    One of two things in my opinion. 1. Dish network combination or 2. A company based in Denver called Layer 3 acquisition. Those are my guesses.

  • EffortLess
    • Nobody Special

      Why is it that T-mobile customers are always the last ones to get information concerning T-mobile?