Archive | September, 2021

T-Mobile unveils 2020 Corporate Responsibility Report

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T-Mobile has just unveiled its first ever Corporate Responsibility Report. In its blog post, T-Mobile revealed its latest progress on building a more connected, equitable, and sustainable future for everyone.  T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert shared how the challenges in 2020 highlighted the importance of staying connected with everything and everyone that matters. It also reinforced the Un-Carrier’s drive to be a force of GOOD in this world.  Sievert penned the report, which explains how a part … [read full article]

T-Mobile plans to migrate Sprint Complete customers with its Protection <360>

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T-Mobile will soon be dropping another Sprint product, as revealed by a report.  According to this slide, T-Mobile will be dropping Sprint’s legacy Asurion product to give way to something it has in store for the brand. The report reveals that T-Mobile plans to merge Sprint Complete, a legacy protection plan from Sprint, with their own Protection <360> plan.  In addition to merging the two plans, T-Mo intends to transform its Sprint Asurion repair stores into … [read full article]

Leaked document reveals T-Mobile to offer $0 down on select devices under EIP

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T-Mobile is really keen on getting its customers on a device installment plan. As revealed by this report, T-Mobile will soon be launching a new promotion that will encourage its customers to sign up for an Equipment Installment Plan (EIP).  The publication released an internal document that detailed the promotion, which will apparently start on September 3rd. All T-Mobile customers eligible for an EIP will be able to get $0 down on these devices: Apple iPhone … [read full article]

T-Mobile customers to get exclusive AccuWeather Alerts for free

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Earlier today, AccuWeather revealed its plans to exclusively push severe weather alerts to T-Mobile customers. This will be in the form of its AccuWeather Alerts, a new system that aims to change the way severe weather notifications are communicated and distributed to the general public.  Although the new system will complement official government warnings, it will provide up-to-the-minute storm information in layman’s terms. This will be provided 24/7 by meteorologists and localized conditions. As a result, customers … [read full article]