Tag Archives: T-Mobile Test Drive

T-Mobile extends free Test Drive offer to businesses with No-Risk Network Trial

After recently reviving its Test Drive program for consumers, T-Mobile is now extending it to businesses, too. The No-Risk Network Trial is a way for businesses to try the T-Mobile network before fully switching carriers. Like the Test Drive program for consumers, businesses that enroll in the No-Risk Network Trial can try T-Mo for 30 days or 30GB of data for free. Businesses that sign up will also receive a loaned device to help them … [read full article]

T-Mobile revives Test Drive program with new mobile hotspot device

After appearing to have been put on hold for a few months, T-Mobile has brought back its Test Drive program and given it a new device. T-Mobile’s Test Drive is available once again, as spotted by Reddit users this week, letting non-T-Mo customers try out the T-Mobile network free of charge. When the program was refreshed last year, T-Mo gave test drivers a free Coolpad Surf mobile hotspot, but now its handing out free … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s amped up Test Drive lets you try out the network for 30 days

It feels like it’s been a little while since T-Mobile made a new Un-carrier announcement, but that’s exactly what it’s giving us today. T-Mobile is amping up its Un-carrier 5.0 move with an updated Test Drive. Starting today, anyone on a different carrier can sign up to receive a free Coolpad Surf mobile hotspot that they can to try out T-Mobile’s network for up to 30 days or 30GB of data usage. Once you’re done … [read full article]

T-Mobile unveils Un-carrier 5.0: free iPhone 5s Test Drive, LTE network news

Tonight T-Mobile held its big Un-carrier 5.0 event in Seattle, but the gathering ended up being even bigger than we originally anticipated. Not only did John Legere and Co. introduce us to Un-carrier 5.0, they also took the wraps off of Un-carrier 6.0! First up, we’ve got Un-carrier 5.0 and the iPhone 5s “Test Drive.” As part of its new program, T-Mobile will … [read full article]