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.
More details about the T-Mobile Uncarrier Value plans
As part of the latest T-Mobile promotion, you can get a bunch of on-contract smartphones free with waived activation, but if that’s not your thing you might be interested in a new sale set to start tomorrow.
T-Mobile is changing its mobile phone subscription model by 2013. In gist, the carrier will only offer Value Plans, and it wants you to buy smartphones at full-price rather than go for a subsidized phone.
T-Mobile starts 12 Days of Value Promo, brings big discounts on smartphones and up to $120 for traded in devices
With the holiday season in full swing, T-Mobile is hoping to cash in early with the 12 Days of Value. Potential customers will be treated to discounted smartphones, value plans, and up to $120 back if you trade in a smartphone.
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