by Brad Ward, 1 hour ago
According to the results of the American Customer Satisfaction Index, Verizon Wireless has been named to have the most satisfied subscribers among the big four carriers. The survey takes a number of factors into account,…
T-Mobile has been introducing a lot of changes in its attempt to make a comeback in the network carrier scene in the US. The company kicked things off a year ago by undergoing an “image re-branding,” to show that their “slower” HSPA+ network was as good as 4G LTE networks from other carriers. Since then, the company has also jumped on the LTE bandwagon, and has launched services in a quite a few cities recently. With a new CEO at the helm, T-Mobile is far from done with its makeover.
In a market in which the primary method of getting a phone is via a 2-year commitment with network carriers, T-Mobile has decided to go the other way with its soon-to-be-unveiled “uncarrier” strategy. According to rumors picked up by the folks at TmoNews, these are the main changes we can expect:
A contract-less system is something that a lot of consumers want, and it's great to see T-Mobile take the initiative. Granted, we'll have to wait and see whether such a move will be enough for the company to move up in the network carrier race. Also, at this point, I'm not sure if this means that devices will be sold unlocked by T-Mobile or whether that is still going to be an issue.
The official announcement could happen this week, and possibly even later today, says TmoNews with the new policies going into action from March 24. Stay tuned as we find out more!
What are your thoughts? Are you looking forward to a contract-less mobile world? Do you think the “uncarrier” strategy will work for the company?