Tag Archives: Rate plans

“Kids Are Free” Promo Ends Today, Will Be Replaced With $5 Add-a-Line

This past September T-Mobile launched one of its most aggressive promotions with the “Kids Are Free” family plan promotion giving you the ability to add up to 3 people to your Family Plan account for free (until January 2012) with a qualifying rate plan. Well today is the last day of that promotion and beginning tomorrow, it will be replaced with a $5 add-a-line offer. Starting tomorrow, customers with Even more rate plans will … [read full article]

Even More Rate Plans Explained

As you may already be aware (its only been on the blog a few hundred times) T-Mobile officially launched its newest rate plans as of Sunday, October 25th 2009. T-Mobile announced a new approach to truly show itself as the cheapest carrier compared to AT&T and Verizon. Yesterday during the “So You Think You Can Dance” show, T-Mobile aired its newest T-Mobile ad to explain the Even More Rate plans. And I have to say I’m impressed with T-Mobile. I … [read full article]

Project Dark Is A Go!

After all the speculating, “Project Dark” is officially a go. The pricing is up on the T-Mobile website and it is exactly what we hoped feared. At first glance I’m not seeing any changes whatsoever from all the leaks, which may be a good thing or a bad thing, I don’t know if anyone can really make that determination yet. Marketing is of course going to be the key factor here and we look forward to whatever … [read full article]

It's April 15th!

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So there we have it, the “new” rate plans we had early high hopes for have launched and while they are definitely benefiting the customer, we’re still a little disappointed. Either way, they are now available and ready for your usage, so hit up the T-mobile website or your mytmobile to take advantage of these new offerings! T-mobile

You Heard It Here First!

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You heard it here first, on April 15th T-mobile is going to be announcing major changes to their rate plans. We have NO idea what that means, if this is a public announcement or internal, but we know the announcement exists. On the announcement note however, Engadget is reporting that T-mobile has invited press to an event April 21st. Our invitation may have gotten lost in the mail!  Billed as a “private launch event,” the anticipation is … [read full article]