In its most recent Uncarrier move, T-Mobile decided to get rid of all of its existing wireless plans and instead, offer just one unlimited plan option for new subscribers. But apparently, a lot of people reacted strongly to the major US wireless carrier’s decision, and they took to the T-Mobile Reddit thread to air their grievances.
Sprint introduced a new $20 a month plan yesterday, highlighting it as an unlimited plan, but in reality, mobile users who avail of the plan will see their speeds slowed down to 2G speeds for the remainder of their billing cycle after they go over 1 gigabyte of high speed data usage. As many may have expected, some backlash ensued over the wireless carrier’s misleading marketing.
Two weeks after T-Mobile's Never Settle trial was launched, it is still humming along nicely. But it appears that the carrier's #NeverSettleForVerizon promotional hashtag, which T-Mobile paid for, is not doing so well. As a matter of fact, there are reports that T-Mobile is completely withdrawing the use of the hashtag.
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