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. It seems that what really riled up these customers is that they now have to pay up for the new single option if they want to avail of a cheaper, limited plan.
As part of its Uncarrier 11 campaign, T-Mobile debuted a mobile app called T-Mobile Tuesdays about a couple of weeks ago. One of the free giveaways promised to users of the app was free pizza, but it appears that the third biggest wireless carrier in the United States has been compelled to discontinue its free pizza deal, but only temporarily (we hope).
T-Mobile has announced that its next Uncarrier event is set to happen on Monday, June 6 next week. John Legere, the chief executive officer of the third biggest wireless carrier in America, has recently extended an invitation via a tweet, saying that T-Mobile is planning to live stream the event beginning 1 PM ET. On top of that, the mobile service provider also decided to set up a countdown page on its official website.
It has only been a couple of weeks since T-Mobile made some potentially industry shaking announcements during its Uncarrier X event held in the city of Los Angeles in early November this year, and it is quite understandably, mobile users might not have recovered yet. But it appears that it is still full steam ahead for the wireless carrier, which is launching yet another promotion for subscribers of its Simple Choice plans.
T-Mobile’s latest announcements during its recent Uncarrier X event held in the city of Los Angeles in California generated a lot of buzz, but lost in all that noise was a major price hike especially for new subscribers of the wireless carrier who need only a single smartphone on their mobile plan.
T-Mobile’s most recent Uncarrier event held in Los Angeles, California definitely had some welcome surprises -- apart from doubling the data of its Simple Choice plans, the wireless carrier also launched Family Match, a deal wherein subscribers can avail of an additional 4 gigabytes of 4G LTE data (on top of the included 2 gigabytes), as well as mobile hotspot data, for only $10 extra every month per line of service, up to a total of 10 gigabytes per line.
During its major Uncarrier X event held today in the city of Los Angeles, California, T-Mobile just announced that it is boosting the data on its Simple Choice plans. The wireless carrier has indeed confirmed that it is increasing the high speed data of Simple Choice data buckets to twice their previous size. To summarize, here are the previous data buckets and the changes made to them:
For the nth time, T-Mobile yet again unveils a new promotion. This time around, the carrier is saying that it will lock in the price of its iPhone to $15 per month. This applies to any person who purchases an iPhone device now with every intention to upgrade to the next iPhone model coming out later this year.
T-Mobile recently announced a new expansion of its existing Simple Choice plans. Called Mobile Without Borders, this new feature allows subscribers to use their mobile devices while in Canada and Mexico. This means that customers will be able to make and take calls, as well as send and receive text messages to and from the United States to Canada and Mexico, and they will not be made to pay any extra fees, regardless of whether they making calls to a mobile phone or landline phone, or vice versa.
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