As a new year starts, T-Mobile continues to make its T-Mobile One unlimited plan more appealing to customers. This time around, the third biggest wireless carrier in the United States has decided to get rid of taxes and fees, and has even gone as far as handing $10 credits to subscribers who consume no more than a couple of gigabytes a month per line of service.
T-Mobile has recently introduced IoT Access packs, a couple of new plans that start at $20 a year per mobile device for 5 megabytes of data every month. What should make the new offering appealing to customers is the fact that the pricing gets reduced to $6 a year per device after the first twelve months. Moreover, the major US wireless carrier is also offering an unlimited data plan at 64 kbps at a price of $25 a year per device.
Back in August of last year, T-Mobile introduced two new unlimited plans -- T-Mobile One and T-Mobile One Plus. Since the launch of these options, the major US wireless carrier has been aggressively courting prospective subscribers by way of promotional deals and plan improvements.
The world’s biggest seller of smartphone devices is planning to roll out a new software update that should brick every Galaxy Note 7 phablet that has not yet been returned. Specifically, Samsung’s software update will prevent all remaining units out there from charging, and will also take away their ability to function as smartphones.
The third biggest wireless carrier in the United States recently debuted a new program called T-Mobile Digits, and basically it will allow mobile users to set up and make use of multiple phone numbers across different devices, or even create and then use multiple phone numbers for a single handset.
The last few weeks have seen shares of both T-Mobile and Sprint improve, partly thanks to some rumors that the two major US wireless carriers are looking to merge under the upcoming administration of President-elect Donald Trump. Industry watchers believed that a merger between the two mobile operators was unlikely to happen under President Barack Obama’s reign, but that could change with Trump as the leader of the free world.
Remember the T-Mobileweekend special deal that offers a couple of lines of service absolutely free of charge for current and new subscribers? Well, the major US wireless carrier has decided to extend the promo until Tuesday of this week. T-Mobile had originally launched this offer just for the weekend, but it appears that the deal is still good for two more days (officially, it will end on November 22nd at 11:59 PM).
T-Mobile has officially announced its Black Friday offers for this year. More than a couple of weeks ago, the wireless carrier’s upcoming Black Friday deals were leaked in the interwebs. Although the offers indicated in the leak were not official yet, it did give customers a bit of an idea of what to expect. But now that T-Mobile has made it official, let the speculation end and the buying begin.
T-Mobile is at it again. After introducing a buy one get one special offer for Samsung’s Galaxy S7 last weekend, the major US wireless carrier is now readying a new promotional deal for this coming weekend.
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