Tag Archives: business

T-Mobile finishes first in J.D. Power’s 2018 U.S. Business Wireless Satisfaction Study

T-Mobile has come out on top in recent J.D. Power wireless customer care and wireless purchase experience reports, and now it’s finished first in a report about business customers, too. J.D. Power announced today that T-Mobile ranked highest in its 2018 U.S. Business Wireless Satisfaction Study. In the study, T-Mobile performed best in the Large Enterprise (500 or more employees), Small/Medium (2o-499 employees), and Very Small (1-19 employees) segments, making it the second straight … [read full article]

T-Mobile and Apple now offering iPhone, iPad leasing program for businesses

T-Mobile today announced a new initiative to get new iPhones and iPads into the hands of business customers. T-Mobile is teaming up with Apple to offer iPhone and iPad leasing for businesses. With this program, businesses with 25 lines or more with T-Mobile can lease iPhones or iPads with no upfront cost and lower monthly payments that purchasing the devices. Business customers can get an iPhone 8 for $18 per month, and when paired … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s newest deal offers businesses a $100 credit for every line they switch

T-Mobile’s latest promotion is aimed squarely at business customers. T-Mo is now offering businesses a $100 credit for every line that they switch. Business and government customers must port in corporate liable voice lines from AT&T, Sprint, or Verizon and sign up for a T-Mobile One for Business plan to qualify. This is a limited time deal. T-Mo says that there’s a limit of 100 lines that can be switched with this deal, which could add … [read full article]

As part of Uncarrier for Business, T-Mobile makes “enhancements” to business customer service

Uncarrier 9.0 wasn’t just about creating simplified pricing and perks for business customers, it was also about making sure those business customers are better looked after when they’ve signed up. As part of its new focus on the B2B market, T-Mobile is bringing “enhancements to T-Mobile Business Customer Service”. According to an internal communication, … [read full article]

Uncarrier 9.0 for consumers: Device payment plans paid off, promotions made permanent

Along with its new simple pricing and offers for small business owners, T-Mobile announced a couple of new promotions for its regular consumers. Dubbed “Un-contract” and “Carrier Freedom”, they threaten to make T-Mo’s offers even tastier than they already were. The Un-contract In T-Mobile’s words, the Un-contract move is there so that business customers and regular consumers can be more certain about their … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s Uncarrier 9.0 brings simple pricing to business plans

T-Mobile just took the wraps off its most recent Uncarrier move, and it looks pretty exciting for business customers. Especially small businesses. Instead of having some really competitive rates for huge corporations, and the ability to haggle, there’s a flat rate that’s the only rate for businesses of all sizes. SIMPLE PRICING Every line comes with unlimited talk and text, as well as 1GB of data and depending on how many lines you … [read full article]

T-Mobile sends out invites to a New York Event on March 18th

A short while ago, T-Mobile started sending invites out to an event in New York City on March 18th. Just 11 days away at 1pm Eastern. And, if the invitation is anything to go by, this is going to be a business-focussed event. Over the past few months we’ve been dropped tidbits of information from our sources suggesting that T-Mobile is working on bringing Un-carrier moves to the business market. Add that to … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s Un-carrier movement is about to make a big push for small businesses

Last year, during one of T-Mobile’s earnings calls – I believe Q3 – the company’s executives made a passing comment about the business sector. If I remember correctly, the insinuation was that Verizon and AT&T were really big players in the world of business and enterprise. It’s something the two rely on. In fact, their success in the enterprise market is something of a comfy cushion for them, but T-Mobile was coming for … [read full article]