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T-Mobile’s off-the-wall press release likens AT&T CEO to Darth Vader








When it comes to T-Mobile CEO John Legere, you gotta admit… the guy keeps it interesting. In the carrier’s latest bout against AT&T, T-Mobile issues a satirical press release written with “tongue firmly planted in the cheek.” The completely off the wall press release features fictional quotes by AT&T CEO Ralph de la Vega — as played out in the head of John Legere, no doubt — where Mr. Vega applauds T-Mobile’s Uncarrier methods, calling T-Mobile’s network faster than their own, even offering their customers $450 to try T-Mobile risk free.
It’s AT&T’s latest move that Legere attempts to flip it on them, calling AT&T their latest partner in the “Uncarrier consumer revolution.” A bit over the top, and not something we’re used to seeing from multi-billion dollar telcos, but apparently it’s working to some degree.
T-Mobile’s strange press release comes after AT&T reported their Q4 financials in which they saw 566,000 new customers. T-Mobile? 869,000. Has John Legere finally gone crazy? Crazy like a fox.
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T-Mobile tipped to be making changes to JUMP!





Now that Verizon has given us more, T-Mobile is chiming in with their own changes. Changes to their JUMP plan are said to be taking place soon. The carrier is said to make these changes effective Februray 23rd, but it seems we’re getting a peek at the gift ahead of time.

T-Mobile’s early-release program will no longer require a six month waiting period, according to the leaked document acquired by tmonews. The magenta carrier is also lifting limitations on how often you can upgrade, and you can trade in and up whenever you like. The program is also being expanded to include tablets into the mix.
Though details are still a bit raw, tmonews is saying their source clarifies the program by detailing eligibility. Those who are already JUMP subscribers “will be grandfathered in and will still be able to upgrade before paying off half of the device, as long as they’ve had JUMP! for 6 months or more.” Furthermore, new customers can upgrade as they like, so long as 50% of the handset is paid. So if you buy a device for $650 and decide two months later you want something else — you’ll have to pay whatever you owe, up to the $325 halfway mark, before you can get a new handset via the program.
The move challenges detractors of the program, and gives us needed reprieve when needed. A six month waiting period is unnecessary, and tablet inclusion is nice — if you’re into ‘connected tablets’. T-Mobile is covering their bottom line while giving us freedom to leave or upgrade as we see fit.
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Confirmed: T-Mobile JUMP! Changes Coming on Feb 23rd, Upgrade ANYTIME




Just yesterday, we got word from TmoNews that T-Mobile had a big announcement for February 23rd. After they published that piece yesterday evening, T-Mobile got in touch with the publication to confirm the changes and help clarify some of the details. Here’s what the press release stated:
“T-Mobile sparked a revolution in the wireless industry in 2013, beginning with the elimination of service contracts and a call for ‘Contract Freedom.’ Our innovative JUMP! handset upgrade program is an important cornerstone of our Un-carrier movement, and soon (starting February 23) you will be able to upgrade as many times as you like:
  • Whenever you’re ready to upgrade, trade in your device and T-Mobile will pay your remaining device payments up to 50% of the device cost. There is no more waiting period or limit to the number of times you can upgrade per year.
  • And we didn’t stop there – we’ve also added tablets to the program! We’re excited about how these program enhancements give our customers even more freedom to upgrade when they want, instead of when they’re told.
The old-guard carriers all tried to follow our lead last year, but none can match the variety of freedoms we provide to our customers with JUMP!”
Basically, if you buy a G2 today, and decide to buy the G Pro 2 when it launches in April, you’d be able to JUMP! to it, but you’d have to pay 50% of your device off first. So instead of waiting 6 months for your first JUMP! you can JUMP! anytime. Which is pretty cool, but this is also the downside. As you’re basically paying around $300, depending on the device, to “rent” the phone for 3-4 months or however long you decide to use it before jumping to a new phone.
T-Mobile is also adding tablets to the JUMP! program. So if you buy the Nexus 7 2013 now, and want to purchase the Nexus 7 2014 this summer, you can do so by trading in your old Nexus 7. It’s pretty cool, but I’m not sure a lot of people will be all that into tablets with JUMP.
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Magenta has fastest U.S. LTE network according to OpenSignal report


According to the most recent report published by OpenSignal, T-Mobile has the fastest LTE speeds on average in the States. Its average download speeds are 11.5Mbps, making it faster than AT&T’s 9.12Mbps, Verizon’s 7.82Mbps and Sprint’s mediocre 4.32Mbps.




Although that may sound great, the report is pretty damning on the state of the US’ LTE coverage. Although it was one of the first countries to start building on the 4th gen networking technology, it’s one of the poorest speed-wise, when compared to the res of the world.

Australia’s average, for instance, is 24.5Mbps. In fact, Italy, Brazil, Hong Kong and Denmark are all above 20Mbps. The States’ LTE networks average out at 6.5Mbps. This is mostly down to the fact that so many people are using LTE in the U.S. It’s clogging up the network and slowing it down for everyone else.
T-Mobile – currently – is building out its coverage, upgrading its LTE networks to 10+10 and 20+20 in a number of locations. This not only improves possible download speeds, but also takes care of the “clogging” issue by providing more spectrum. Its move to purchase A-block, low frequency spectrum from Verizon will only bolster its network further.
Its worth checking out the full report. There are some really useful graphs, breaking down speeds, coverage, and how much time users spend using LTE in their respective countries. Read it over at OpenSignal.com.
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T-Mobile Celebrates First Anniversary of 4G LTE Rollout, Announces Major Network Upgrade Program






Less than a single year ago, T-Mobile launched its 4G LTE network in just a handful of markets across the US. Today, the Magenta Monster covers 210 million people in 273 metro areas nationwide with its LTE network. To celebrate this joyous occasion, T-Mobile announced a “major network upgrade plan,” one which will turn most of its 2G/EDGE service areas into an oasis of LTE coverage.
T-Mobile hopes to complete the bulk of this revamping by mid of this year, with the work set to be complete by the end of next year. For customers who currently only see 2G/EDGE service in their areas, they can expect to see 4G LTE. For those with access already to T-Mo’s LTE, they can now rest assured in knowing they are covered by fast data in even more places.
In addition to pumping up its own network, T-Mobile is striking against Verizon, which is actually quite the change from its usual attacks on AT&T. Now, T-Mobile has taken legal action demanding that Verizon cease and desist the carrier’s network map advertising. The claim is that Verizon has “cherry-picked” a single network technology to base their map advertising on, rather than using an accurate reflection of the many network technologies in use today.
T-Mo kicked off a new marketing campaign to go along with its battle with Big Red, and we have placed the video below.
If you are a T-Mo customer, things are starting to get even better.


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New report backs up Legere’s claim that T-Mobile’s LTE is the fastest






The report that T-Mobile CEO John Legere has been waiting for is finally here. According to OpenSignal’s crowdsourced data from the second half of 2013, T-Mobile provides the fastest LTE speeds of any carrier in the United States.
These results are in stark contrast to those of two studies we covered earlier this month, which ranked T-Mobile near the bottom of the pack. Of course, as Legere repeatedly told the press, those studies were dependent on much older data. Using the most recent data, OpenSignal puts T-Mobile above AT&T, Verizon and Sprint.
Collecting data from 6 million users, OpenSignal focused on the download speeds and the time spent with access to an LTE network. Although T-Mobile’s 11.2 Mbps download speed considerably outpaced AT&T’s 8.9 Mbps and Verizon’s 7.6 Mbps, the time on LTE tells a different story. Verizon users were able to access LTE networks 77% of the time, while AT&T users had to settle for 69% and T-Mobile fell even further to 59%.
Legere has been vindicated. Speeds have clearly increased across the T-Mobile network, but unfortunately, that network is still much more constrained than Verizon’s and AT&T’s. Verizon’s “ink blots” might not paint an accurate picture of T-Mobile’s reach, but the scrappy carrier still has some work to do before its customers can maintain LTE connectivity anywhere they go.
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T-Mobile Isn't Done Shaking Up the Industry


NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- T-Mobile (TMUS_) CEO John Legere is not one to mince words or to back down from giving the competition fits. So far his threats and taunts have been successful direct hits. He promised to shake up the wireless industry with his company's "Simple Choice" service plans. He has delivered on his promise as T-Mobile is attracting new customers.

Which is why when he warned CNET that jJust when you thought it was safe to return, T-Mobile is back," he also announced the first of what he promised will be another three industry changing moves by his company.


T-Mobile shares were slipping 0.16% on Thursday to $31.66 in early trading.

Despite rising revenue, T-Mobile suffered a fourth-quarter loss of $20 million in its quest to attract new customers to the service. The loss had been $8 million in the previous year.

The company's first new move, announced Wednesday, is called "Simple Starter". It's a $40-a-month service plan designed to undercut all of T-Mobile's rivals. Beginning Saturday, April 12, customers can opt for the new plan with unlimited talk and text and up to 500 MB of 4G/LTE data. The big difference here is that unlike its other plans that 500 MB number is a hard limit.

When customers get close to that limit they'll receive a text message offering them a chance to purchase a $5 "day pass" or $10 for an extra week's worth of data. Unlike its competitors, T-Mobile's new plan gives customers a choice of whether to extend their monthly data limits instead of just imposing overage charges.

T-Mobile had doubled the LTE data limit on its slightly more expensive "Simple Choice" from 500 MB to I GB a few months ago providing for an opening to create a new plan with the lower data limit. "Simple Starter" is for individual customers, not families, but the company plans to offer it to pre-paid customers beginning next month.

As for the competition, Verizon Wireless (VZ_) offers "More Everything" plans, starting at $45 a month, which boast "More Network Strength, More Cloud Storage and More Unlimited International Messaging." AT&T (T_) offers what it calls "Mobile Share Value Plans" promising the company's "best-ever pricing. Sprint (S_)offers what it calls it's "Framily" plan which allows you to have friends and family (as many as 10 people) share bulk-rate discounts.

Carriers are currently giving huge rebates/bounties trying to get customers to switch to their service. None of the competition has commented on T-Mobile's latest move.

T-Mobile's quest for greatness doesn't end there. CEO Legere has taken to his Twitter page recently to warn the world, ""Oh you think we're done? Week's not over yet." He told CNet the new "Simple Choice" plan was the first of three big announcements coming this week but wouldn't reveal details in advance.

Legere also promised his company would be hosting "at least" one more major event -- Uncarrier 5.0 -- sometime this year. Whatever the next move is you can be sure it will be aimed at boosting T-Mobile's customer base and bottom line as well as making life a little more miserable for other carriers.
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T-Mobile’s Uncarrier announcements continue with ‘Operation Tablet Freedom’


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Hot on the heels of the announcement of its new Simple Starter plan, T-Mobile today revealed the second of the three Uncarrier announcements that it has planned this week.
T-Mobile’s new promotion is known as Operation Tablet Freedom and is aimed at getting more 4G LTE-capable tablets into the hands of consumers. The promo consists of three different offers:
  • T-Mobile voice customers can get 1GB of data for free each month of 2014 by adding a 4G LTE tablet to their plan. Paired with T-Mobile’s existing 200MB tablet offer, this gives subscribers 1.2GB of free usage through the end of the year.
  • When buying a new 4G LTE-enabled tablet, T-Mobile customers will receive a discount that’ll make the price of the device the same as its Wi-Fi-only equivalent. For example, an LTE Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 will cost $200 rather than $312.
  • Finally, T-Mobile customers that already have a Wi-Fi-only tablet can trade that unit in and apply the value to the cost of an LTE device.
T-Mobile’s Operation Tablet Freedom launches this Saturday, April 12. The official announcement is available at the link below.
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I'm sure JDLM posted it, but a big FUCK YOU to T-Mobile and their new way to further become the "uncarrier" by doing away with corporate discounts. Not only are they doing this to new customers, but to us loyal long term customers as of April 25th I believe. Of course they spun this as a good thing for customers, ie we need to make up for free international data, texting etc. What do I get for losing a ~$22 a month credit? A motherfucking 1 time $25 bill credit for the right to pay full msrp on a new phone, well fuck you're $25 credit. They switched me and I'm sure millions of other customers to the new plan to upgrade whenever on the phone payment plan, then few months after they locked people into $500-800 fee to disconnect to pay for the phone instead of my $200 ETF that was going down every month due to being near the end of my contract. Had I known this was coming I wouldn't of paid $70 sales tax and $30 monthly for a Note 3, seemed like good deal at time until losing credit and not knowing the unlimited data only encompassed 500mb full 4G LTE, then after that the phone is rendered useless due to speeds being so slow any time you do anything online the page times out due to Prodigy days dialup speeds. So I had to increase my data package another $10 a month. So all together the new plan has increased my bill from $65 to after taxes $130-140 a month, guess I'll find out next bill cycle. Never thought I'd say this but I should of switched to Sprint, I could of got a free LG G2 and $50 Galaxy tablet and my bill would of been about half of what my new tmobile bill will now be.
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T-Mobile's latest UnCarrier move: removing employer discounts (update: existing customers keep theirs)



looks like you jumped the gun http://www.engadget.com/2014/03/31/t...yer-discounts/
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looks like you jumped the gun http://www.engadget.com/2014/03/31/t...yer-discounts/
here I'll post it, I hadn't heard of the update, must of had a lot of angry customers and realized it was a bad idea. Edit FML just read whole update, I'll still be losing my discount due to them now requiring proof of employment yearly to retain the discount.

Over the past year, T-Mobile's new policies have ushered in a new wave of changes to the way the US wireless industry works. It was the first national operator to introduce phone-financing plans,*early upgrades*and freeinternational roaming; additionally, it also offers to pay your*cancellation feeif you break another carrier's contract to move over. It appears that such practices must come at a cost: CEO John Legere announced that beginning April 1st, T-Mobile will no longer offer its Advantage Program, which features monthly employer rate plan discounts, to new customers. Existing beneficiaries will see the deduction removed from their accounts on April 25th. As a consolation, affected subscribers will now receive a $25 reward card every time they get a new phone.

Update (4/2): According to*Legere*andCMO Mike Sievert, T-Mobile has listened to its customers, and will let current users keep their discounts. More details are apparently coming tomorrow, but the new plan will only apply to new customers.

Update (4/3): The*updated*blog post is now available, and confirms that anyone in it, or who applied before April 1st will keep their discounts, however customers will need to verify their employment annually. Going forward however, the plan will work as described, with new customers under those plans getting a $25 reward card when they buy a phone.

First, we'll dive into what this entails. Most wireless operators broker deals with corporations in which employees of that company get a percentage discount on their monthly rate plan -- often, the discount increases as more employees sign up for service. Typically these incentives will range from 5 percent to as much as 30 percent. By removing them, many customers may find themselves with a noticeable change to their bill. If you're a government employee (including military), you're exempt from this transition and you'll continue to receive your usual discount.

In a blog post, Legere explained his reasoning behind the change:

"The old programs were designed to help big carriers close big corporate contracts, with employees as bargaining chips. We aren't playing that game anymore. This change is about simplifying wireless for everyone ... including employees of small and large companies alike."

Legere maintains that despite this move, the value of T-Mobile's Simple Choice plans are still much better than "the other guys." Unsurprisingly, he's positioning this modification as another in a string of UnCarrier initiatives to prove that his company's changing the game by separating itself from the rest of the industry. In a series of tweets to disgruntled customers, Legere answered concerns by saying that not all of T-Mobile's customers could take advantage of these discounts, and he wanted to apply the cost savings to the entire subscriber base instead of reserving them for exclusive deals.

Many of the company's earlier changes have been immensely successful --Simple Choice, Jump! and unlimited international text plans are just a few examples. But there are also a few recent policy changes that haven't been as popular: Last month T-Mobileadjusted*its Jump! early upgrade plans so you could only upgrade once you've paid off half of your phone, and earlier this month it*bumped*unlimited data rates up $10.

Arguably, these aforementioned changes may simply be side effects of those UnCarrier moves that*haveproven quite successful. After all, incentives (such as free international data) come with their fair share of costs, and T-Mobile needs to compensate for those losses somehow -- especially since Legere announced that the company would continue adding more UnCarrier plans in the future. "This is just one more step in the [UnCarrier] movement," he said. "And, we're not done yet."

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T-Mobile UNcarrier Day 3 of 3: get rid of carrier overages








We thought T-Mobile would be announcing day 3 of their latest “UNcarrier” announcements last Friday — the first two days consisted of new plans and affordable connected tablets — but we had to wait a full weekend to hear anything (which CEO John Legere says was done to help support the launch of two of the year’s biggest smartphones). The day has finally come, though, with T-Mobile capping off this hat-trick with an announcement that they’re abolishing carrier overages.
“The old carriers’ entry-level plans lure you in with a low monthly cost for a fixed amount of domestic minutes, texts or data. Once you go over those limits – even by a little – you’re hit with bill shock,” said CEO John Legere in a blog post today. “On behalf of all U.S. wireless consumers, we’re putting an end to the fear of getting one too many pics or clicking on one too many links – and bam. You’re hit with overages. Not at the Un-carrier.”
Simply put, they don’t want to charge you for accidentally sending a few too many texts or talking a couple of extra minutes. These changes will apply to all “consumer customers,” which likely means those on a business account might be subject to different rules. Regardless, it’s a pretty ballsy change, and T-Mobile is challenging other carriers to follow suit.
They’ve gone as far as creating a Change.org petition that calls on Sprint, AT&T and Verizon to fall in line with the vision. T-Mobile has always been pretty bold about calling out carriers and forcing them to compete, but this is the first time they’ve done something to make that happen in a tangible way.
Consumers can head to the petition here and sign it if they want to try and coerce these carriers into making similar changes. And if that doesn’t work, well, you can just as easily switch to T-Mobile. We’ll be awaiting the fine print on these changes before truly jumping for joy, but if T-Mobile’s other long string of unorthodox moves are anything to go by, we can be sure they aren’t pulling the wool over anyone’s eyes.
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T-Mobile wraps up deal that promises LTE in more places



After champing at the bit for months, T-Mobile has finally closed its deal to buy $2.4 billion in wireless spectrum from Verizon. The UnCarrier now has the all-clear to roll out LTE data on the 700MHz band, which will help it upgrade its 2G-only areas to 4G speeds; you won't have to settle for pokey mobile internet access just because you're visiting friends in the countryside. The expanded wireless support is also coming to big urban centers like New York and Los Angeles, so existing LTE users should see more consistent coverage both indoors (where lower frequencies excel) and in otherwise patchy places. T-Mobile has already said that all its network should have LTE by mid-2015, but you may notice improvements by the end of this year.
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T-Mobile Posts Big Gain in Subscribers


T-Mobile US Inc. said it added 1.3 million wireless contract subscribers, its best-ever quarterly net gain, continuing its rapid growth in customers as it tries to take on its larger rivals.
The company, however, swung to a quarterly loss as its higher costs--from acquiring the new customers and building up its network--outpaced rising revenue.
In premarket trading, T-Mobile shares rose 9%.
The fourth-largest U.S. wireless carrier has managed big gains in postpaid subscribers, the most valuable kinds of wireless customers, as the company has aggressively tried to shake up the wireless industry by doing away with carrier contracts and making a major marketing push. However, the cost of pulling in more business has hurt its margins and widened recent losses.
T-Mobile, which has long leaked customers to its bigger rivals, significantly boosted its net additions in the latest period after it instituted this past quarter a reimbursement for early termination fees for customers who switch to its service.
"This program has seen unprecedented customer uptake with approximately 21% of branded postpaid gross adds taking the [early termination fee] offer in the first quarter," the company said Thursday.
In comparison, AT&T Inc. had 625,000 net additions of postpaid customers during the quarter and Verizon Communications Inc. had 539,000 additions. Sprint Corp. earlier this week said it lost 333,000 postpaid subscribers.
For the year, T-Mobile on Thursday raised its outlook for postpaid additions to between 2.8 million and 3.3 million from its previous range of 2 million to 3 million.
T-Mobile's gains have raised concerns that a price war may break out in an industry that has been logging steady gains in the amount of revenue paid by subscribers. Still, while T-Mobile has done away with a handful of wireless features that have long irked customers, such as contracts and international data fees, it says it hasn't lowered prices much.
Overall, T-Mobile posted a quarterly loss of $151 million, or 19 cents a share, compared with a year-earlier profit of $107 million.
Revenue jumped 47% to $6.88 billion, but total operating expenses rose faster, increasing 61%. Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters projected $6.92 billion in revenue.
T-Mobile merged into MetroPCS Communications Inc. last year, becoming a public company. It was previously operated by Deutsche Telekom AG, which still holds a majority stake in the company.
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T-Mobile Uncarrier 5.0 event scheduled for June 18th








Mark you calendars, boys and girls. T-Mobile is looking to shake up the wireless industry yet again. The 4th largest wireless provider in the US has begun sending out press invites for their June 18th, Uncarrier 5.0 event titled, “We don’t play it safe and sound.” Not sure what that means, but as always, expect big things to come out of the event.
During recent months, we’ve watched as T-Mobile essentially abolished wireless contracts, introduced early upgrade programs, and began paying off rival carriers’ early termination fees. All bold moves indeed, and ones that have T-Mobile creeping up behind Sprint for that #3 spot.

But not all changes have been well-received. More recently we watched as T-Mobile killed off their corporate discounts and made a few modifications to their JUMP plan (it’s now every 6 months, and half the current phone needs to be paid off before JUMPing to a new device).
No matter what, we’re excited to see what comes of the event and you should too. T-Mobile’s Uncarrier initiative always makes waves throughout the wireless industry, with their rivals often times adopting similar strategies through temporary promotions and whatnot.
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T-Mobile announces The Underground, new site offering exclusive devices for the ‘true enthusiast’







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Amidst rumors of an incoming T-Mobile/Sprint merger, Magenta is dropping hints of some sort of new program they’ll soon be offering dubbed “Underground.” Details are sort of scarce at the moment, but from what T-Mobile is telling us, they’ll soon be offering “performance-centric” devices in limited quantities — not found on their regular site.
Geared towards the “true enthusiast,” T-Mobile mentions accessories will also be added to the mix, but exactly what they’re planning is anyone’s guess. Following the link they posted on Google+, it takes you to a landing page showcasing the limited edition Samsung Galaxy S5 in gold.
What other devices will be added? The OnePlus One? ZTE blah, blah? No one knows for sure. We expect more details to be revealed, at the latest, during their June 18th Uncarrier 5.0 event in Los Angeles.
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T-Mobile Uncarrier 5.0 event scheduled for June 18th








Mark you calendars, boys and girls. T-Mobile is looking to shake up the wireless industry yet again. The 4th largest wireless provider in the US has begun sending out press invites for their June 18th, Uncarrier 5.0 event titled, “We don’t play it safe and sound.” Not sure what that means, but as always, expect big things to come out of the event.
During recent months, we’ve watched as T-Mobile essentially abolished wireless contracts, introduced early upgrade programs, and began paying off rival carriers’ early termination fees. All bold moves indeed, and ones that have T-Mobile creeping up behind Sprint for that #3 spot.

But not all changes have been well-received. More recently we watched as T-Mobile killed off their corporate discounts and made a few modifications to their JUMP plan (it’s now every 6 months, and half the current phone needs to be paid off before JUMPing to a new device).
No matter what, we’re excited to see what comes of the event and you should too. T-Mobile’s Uncarrier initiative always makes waves throughout the wireless industry, with their rivals often times adopting similar strategies through temporary promotions and whatnot.
Corporate Discount for me is still valid. I do think it is a little weird they make you validate it every year though.

Also, the Jump! upgrade change is only for new customers. Previous customers are grandfathered in on the straight six month Jump! policy.
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Uncarrier 5.0 rumor predicts simplified pricing inclusive of tax







Uncarrier 5.0 is upon us. On June 18th, T-Mobile’s set to use an event in its home city of Seattle to announce the next phase of its industry-changing plans. And a rumor published by PhoneArena purports that T-Mo is set to – yet again – remove a customer pain point by drastically changing the way it works out your monthly bill.
Currently, in the market – as all of you are aware – your $70 postpaid plan doesn’t total out at $70. There are other taxes and fees involved, which vary in cost depending on State. Something you will be completely used to by now. Just like you were used to subsidized handsets, 24-month contracts and international roaming costs. If the speculation is right, T-Mobile could start including all fees and taxes within the stated monthly rate. If you’re on a $70 per month plan, that’s all it will cost.
This rumor certainly goes along the same lines as previous changes: Being an accepted, but frustrating part of the mobile industry in the U.S. But it is worth taking the usual pinch of salt. We haven’t heard anything to deny or confirm any of this so far. But I have to say, I would not be surprised. It’s typical Uncarrier in style. Also, when you consider the $10 price bump of the Simple Choice unlimited plan, although other perks are now included in the deal like international calling and a higher tethering allowance, $80 per month over $70 would certainly give T-Mo some leeway in soaking up taxes and fees.
Would you be up for this? Can T-Mobile easily tackle the logistics? Also, if you have any further information to share on Uncarrier 5.0, email cam@tmonews.com.
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Newly leaked T-Mobile screenshots could reveal changes coming with Uncarrier 5.0





The whole world is racking their brains trying to figure out exactly what T-Mobile could announce during tomorrow’s Uncarrier 5.0 event. Like previous events, T-Mobile is setting out to eliminate customer pain points associated with the wireless industry today, but how? Well, after rumors suggested T-Mobile would simplify billing, the folks at TmoNews are here with a few leaked screenshots for extra confirmation.
First on the chopping block are prorated charges. Because no one like’s surprises on their bills, T-Mobile will eliminate their current prorated system which can sometimes leave customers with “bill shock” after seeing that first monthly bill (you know, before things drop down to normal later down the road). This means whatever the customer signs up for in the store like, say, a $70 month plan — that’s exactly what they’ll find on their first and subsequent month’s bills.

To help speed up the process of waiting around for that first EIP (equipment installment plan) payment, the first payment will be included on the very first bill, from the moment you signed up. Once again, taking out a lot of the guess work or shock that comes with seeing your low monthly payments suddenly skyrocket.
While previous rumors suggested that T-Mobile’s new simplified billing initiative would offer an “all in” what-you-see-is-what-you-get pricing (for instance, a $70 a month plan after fees and taxes would be just that — $70), that wasn’t mentioned in the leaked documentation. Of course, we’ll have to see how much of this will be confirmed during T-Mobile’s Uncarrier 5.0 event scheduled for tomorrow. Something tells us they may have a few more surprises in store.
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T-Mobile Test Drive lets you borrow an iPhone 5s for a week

T-Mobile clearly wants you to become a customer -- the company's "UnCarrier 5.0" move will get you an iPhone 5s to try out for a full seven days. At an event in Seattle today, the carrier introduced Test Drive, a service that will help customers avoid "buying blind," giving you an opportunity to experience LTE at home before you commit to making a purchase. The service launches this Sunday and lets you borrow Apple's latest handset for a week, at which point you'll need to return the device to any T-Mobile store, even if you plan on signing up and purchasing a device.
After you sign up on T-Mobile's website, the carrier will place a hold on your credit card in the amount of $700. Your loaner device (typically a refurb unit) will arrive with two-day shipping, and the clock starts ticking the moment you sign for the package. You'll have free unlimited access to talk, text and data within the US (T-Mobile doesn't want Test Drive to become an international loaner phone service, so this device is for domestic use only). A T-Mo rep will call you on day two to see how the test is going, and you'll get a few reminders as the big day draws near.
If you return the phone with a cracked screen, water damage or entirely non-functional, you'll be charged a $100 fee. The same penalty applies if you lose the iPhone -- if you simply keep the device (which you're absolutely not supposed to do), you'll be responsible for the full $700. It's available only once per household, so no, you can't simply sign up again each week and avoid paying for a phone altogether. T-Mobile isn't the first carrier to run such a program -- Verizon's own "test drive" ran from 2007 through 2009 -- but reps appear to be committed to the initiative, with Test Drive set to continue indefinitely.
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On T-Mobile, you can now stream music without hurting your data plan


Streaming music on your phone would be fantastic -- if it weren't for all those pesky data caps. T-Mobile's latest UnCarrier move addresses this particular pain point: Starting today, you'll be able to listen to all of your favorite jams on popular streaming music services without it counting against your data plan. The catch? It's limited to a few of the most popular offerings, such as Pandora, Spotify, iTunes Radio, iHeartRadio, Slacker, Rhapsody and Samsung's Milk Music. T-Mobile exec Andrew Sherrard explained that the aforementioned services encompass 85 percent of what users listen to, so the list covers the vast majority of the carrier's consumers. That said, Sherrard said that the company plans to reach out for feedback via a social media campaign, so make your voice heard if you're interested in getting services like Rdio or Google Play Music added to the list. If your favorite program is included, feel free to start filling up those playlists to your heart's content.
The offering sounds great, and it may be a well-intentioned feature meant to shake up the industry, but not all of it is made of puppies and happy unicorns. Net neutrality advocates aren't going to love this announcement, as it gives preferential treatment to different types of data. The fact that customers can download as much data as they want -- as long as it's one of a pre-selected group of streaming music services -- flies in the face of treating all data equally. It's a small move, indeed, but if it becomes popular with consumers, it may give those who campaign against net neutrality more leverage to add to the fight with other providers.
This move is part of what T-Mobile is referring to as UnCarrier 6.0. (Test Drive, announced earlier, was part of UnCarrier 5.0. Confused yet?) But that isn't everything the company announced tonight: A feature called UnRadio is bundled in as well. The feature is essentially a T-Mobile-branded radio station which is the result of a partnership with Rhapsody. If you're on the Simple Choice rate plan, you'll get access to Rhapsody's entire music library for free. You won't have to worry about advertisements or limits on how many skips you get, and UnRadio will also offer a large number of terrestrial radio stations. And just as with T-Mobile's other music-related announcement, data plan will remain unaffected. If you're not on the Simple Choice plan, you can fork out $4 a month to enjoy the service.
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T-Mobile announces two massive network expansions







T-Mobile has just announced their Un-carrier 5.0 initiative. The move has T-Mobile introducing the "T-Mobile Test Drive", a way for customers to try out an iPhone 5s for seven-days at no cost. Customers will get an iPhone 5s and can use it on T-Mobile's unlimited nationwide service. No data overcharges. Un-carrier 5.0 also sees T-Mobile expanding their network. Full details after the break.
Starting June 23, people can sign up for T-Mobile Test Drive. A few days later, they'll receive an iPhone 5s to test on T-Mobile's network.
T-Mobile also has a massive network expansion underway. Here's what's happening:
  • Expansion of Wideband LTE into 16 total markets, giving all T-Mobile LTE devices a speed boost with peak network speeds up to nearly 150 Mbps.
  • Expansion of Voice over LTE (VoLTE) to more than 100 million people in 15 total markets, doubling the amount of data dedicated to voice calls for highest quality HD Voice and faster call setup times.
Here's a list of those cities:
  • Atlanta, GA
  • Birmingham, AL
  • Columbus, OH
  • Dallas, TX
  • Detroit, MI
  • Honolulu, HI
  • Houston, TX
  • Jacksonville, FL
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • Minneapolis, MN
  • Mobile, AL
  • Orlando, FL
  • Portland, OR
  • Seattle, WA
  • Tampa, FL -Upstate, NY
More as T-Mobile's Un-carrier 5.0 event unfolds.
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T-Mobile will proactively reach out to customers who were charged premium SMS fees







Going a step further on its fight against fraudulent premium SMS charges, T-Mobile will now start proactively notifying customers of unauthorized billing of premium SMS to their account. Although customers could previously request refunds for any unknown charge on their bill, this proactive approach of identifying premium SMS scams that weren't refunded goes a step further. Mike Sievert, CMO for T-Mobile, had this to say:
"If you've been charged for a third-party service you didn't sign up for, it should be easy to get a refund. If customers were charged for services they didn't want, we'll make it right. That's being the Un-carrier."
From July to September, T-Mobile will be sending out notices to all customers (even if they are no longer with T-Mobile) if they were inappropriately charged in a premium SMS scam in the past and have yet to receive a refund. Starting in July a special website tailored to just premium SMS scam refunds will be made available as well.
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T-Mobile Uncarrier 5.0 – Test Drive Phones and Service Free for 7 Days, Wideband and VoLTE to More Markets


During T-Mobile’s newest Uncarrier event, titled 5.0, the company is making its latest, potentially industry-changing moves that start by offering customers a 7-day free test drive of their network with an iPhone 5s. They also announced that their Wideband LTE is now in 16 markets and VoLTE is in 15 total (here is the full list).
The Test Drive kicks off June 23. The basics are this – you cruise over to T-Mobile.com/testdrive and sign-up. Within a few days, customers receive an iPhone 5s that is “fully loaded and ready to go.” After seven days of testing, that customer can then drop the phone off at a store and walk away with “absolutely no money down” and “no obligation” or “strings attached.”
As far as their LTE network goes, T-Mo’s Wideband LTE is now in 16 total markets, bringing a speed boost with peak speeds up to 150Mbps. VoLTE (voice-over-LTE) is also moving into new markets, bringing the total to 15, which means HD voice calls over data.
Update: T-Mobile went a step further by announcing Uncarrier 6.0, which is music freedom or data streaming that doesn’t count against your data plan. Read all about it here.
T-Mobile Transforms the Way Americans Buy Wireless … Again
T-Mobile Test Drive offers every American an iPhone 5s with unlimited service on T-Mobile’s network for a full seven days – completely free.
As the Un-carrier puts its network’s data muscle on show, T-Mobile expands Wideband LTE to 16 total markets and VoLTE technology to 15 total markets reaching over 100 million people
SEATTLE, WA, June 18, 2014 – In another of its signature moves, T-Mobile US, Inc. (NYSE: TMUS) today introduced “T-Mobile Test Drive” and pioneered a new way to buy wireless in this country. With T-Mobile Test Drive, people can receive an iPhone 5s and unlimited nationwide service to take T-Mobile’s network for a data-intensive, seven-day spin at no cost whatsoever.
The new initiative puts T-Mobile’s data-strong network in the spotlight, as the Un-carrier rolls out yet another major network expansion ahead of the competition.
No More “Buying Blind”
The Un-carrier’s latest initiative takes aim at the painful process of buying wireless in America today. People must decide on a wireless provider without knowing how the network will really work for them – where they live, go to school, work, and play. As a result, the U.S. wireless industry has one of the highest “remorse rates” of any out there. Nearly half (46%) of wireless customers say they’ve signed up with a carrier and then wanted to leave, and one in 10 have actually left within the first 30 days of making a switch.1 It’s a pain point ripe for an Un-carrier solution.
“The way this industry forces Americans to buy wireless is completely, utterly broken. I’m here to tell you there’s a better way,” declared John Legere, T-Mobile CEO and President. “While the carriers ask you to buy blind, the Un-carrier gives you transparency. Our network kicks ass, and now people can experience for themselves what a data-strong network can do with T-Mobile Test Drive.”
Starting this Monday, June 23, people can sign up for T-Mobile Test Drive at www.t-mobile.com/testdrive. A few days later, they’ll receive an iPhone 5s fully loaded and ready to go, and they can put T-Mobile’s data-strong network to the test for seven full days on the “most forward-thinking” smartphone. After the test drive, just drop it off at any T-Mobile store. That’s it. Absolutely no money down. No obligation. No strings attached.
T-Mobile Test Drive is a first-of-its-kind nationwide initiative from a major carrier that the Un-carrier is rolling out at scale. During the first year of the program alone, T-Mobile expects at least one million people to take a test drive.
Network Designed Data-Strong
T-Mobile Test Drive marks a new campaign to let consumers experience first-hand how the Un-carrier’s network is different, even as the company today announced two massive network expansions. T-Mobile has expanded Wideband LTE into 16 total markets, giving all T-Mobile LTE devices a speed boost with capable peak network download speeds up to nearly150 Mbps – that comes out to a 90-minute HD movie download in under three minutes or an 11-song music album in seven seconds.
Building on its data DNA, the Un-carrier also expanded Voice over LTE (VoLTE) to more than 100 million people in 15 total markets. T-Mobile was the first major provider to launch VoLTE, and now, because its network has been designed for data, is nearly doubling the amount of data dedicated to voice calls for highest fidelity, crystal-clear HD Voice and faster call setup times than ever before. The Un-carrier expects to deploy VoLTE nationwide by the end of the year.
“The old telecoms designed their networks for a time when your phone’s only app was a phone call—and they haven’t shaken that dial-tone mind-set,” said Neville Ray, Chief Technology Officer for T-Mobile. “Our 4G LTE network was built in the last year and a half, so naturally we built it differently. We built it for the way people use smartphones and tablets today, and we built it with a mobile Internet architecture, so we could roll out new technologies faster.”
Now, as mobile broadband usage skyrockets, Un-carrier customers are reaping the rewards of a network designed to be data-strong and concentrated where people use data the most – unlike older carrier networks built by phone company utilities. T-Mobile customers are using more wireless data on average than the major national carrier customers – 61% more than Sprint, 69% more than Verizon, and 100% more than AT&T. T-Mobile customers also have more network capacity per customer than with any other major national wireless company, a full 70% more network spectrum per customer than Verizon, and they’re streaming, tweeting, using FaceTime and more at lightening speeds on America’s fastest nationwide 4G LTE network.
“We’re a mobile Internet company competing against utilities, so it’s no wonder we’re faster than they are,” added Legere. “We’re out there doing it while the other guys are still scheduling a meeting to talk about doing it. And, there’s one more thing you can bank on. We won’t stop.”
Learn more about T-Mobile’s network expansion and data-strong network design in this blog post. For more information on iPhone, please visit www.apple.com/iphone. For more information about T-Mobile Test Drive, visit t-mobile.com/testdrive or the T-Mobile Newsroom.
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T-Mobile launches new plan to help families save some pennies






T-Mobile is launching a new plan aimed at families of four. Beginning this Wednesday, July 30, customers will be able to set up a four-line Simple Choice plan with 10GB of data for $100 per month. Unlike plans on other carriers where that data would be shared, on T-Mobile each line will get 2.5GB of high-speed data. The offer will be available until 2016.
Generally, a $100 four-line Simple Choice plan from the carrier comes with 1GB of data per user. Like simple choice plans, this one comes with unlimited talk and text, along with free music streaming over cellular from selected music services.
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