At a conference yesterday, Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam praised T-Mobile’s efforts to end subsidies. He mentioned Verizon was very interested in what T-Mobile was doing, and would be watching them closely.
Is this new way of selling services a viable business for T-Mo? Will the no subsidy model spread in the US, or is it just a false alarm?
What, you thought only smartphone manufacturers were capable of throwing public low blows against the competition? You know, like the stunts LG and HTC pulled on Samsung recently
T-Mobile has officially launched its LTE network in seven U.S. cities. Will you be switching to the carrier?
In a bold new move, T-Mobile has started pushing its “unCarrier” philosophy. This means no more contracts, and instead T-Mobile will move forward with a new plan, dubbed Simple Choice.
The new no-contract plans from T-Mobile, which are a part of its “uncarrier” strategy, are available online on the T-Mobile website. The official announcement will be during the company’s press event tomorrow.
On Tuesday, March 26, T-Mobile will flip the switch on its LTE network in seven cities across the US. See the list here.
OpenSignal data suggests that T-Mobile is testing the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy S4 on its LTE network in eight major U.S. cities.
A trusted source has provided us with a full breakdown of T-Mobile’s upcoming Value plans. See how the plans will be built for individuals and families.
T-Mobile is planning to move away from traditional contract based plans, opting to become the US’s first Uncarrier. Pricing details have emerged outlining exactly what customers can expect from this change in strategy.