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T-Mobile, FTC reach $90 million settlement over ‘cramming’

Posted by wicked December - 20 - 2014 - Saturday Comments Off

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When a carrier surprises customers with unauthorized (or unknown) charges on their monthly bills, it is known as cramming. Over the last few months, the largest carriers in the United States were exposed for doing so. The government is coming down on them with little remorse. On Wednesday, Sprint was served with a $105 million fine from the FCC. And on Friday, T-Mobile reached a settlement with the FTC to avoid any further potential damage.

T-Mobile will pay a whopping $90 million in fines that will go to the FCC. In addition to be fined nearly as much as Sprint, John Legere & Co. will be required to refund affected customers. The carrier will then have to receive permission to apply the charges, that were previously unauthorized, in the future.

Despite the disappointment and defense from John Legere months ago, T-Mobile folded to get the government out of its way.

Source: FTC
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T-Mobile LG G2 Receives Update, Brings Free Inflight Texting Support

Posted by Tim-o-tato December - 18 - 2014 - Thursday Comments Off

An update is rolling out to the G2 from LG on T-Mobile, bringing T-Mobile’s free inflight texting feature, as well as Bluetooth connectivity improvements.

T-Mobile’s inflight texting feature allows customers to connect to a flight’s WiFi network, then send and receive text messages for free, which is a great feature if paying the ridiculous price for inflight WiFi does not suit you. 

Also included in the update are WiFi connectivity improvements, as well as enhanced battery expectations for users on Kit Kat.

What’s New

  • T-Mobile Free Inflight Texting support
  • Battery expectations: Android 4.4 KitKat
  • Bluetooth connectivity improvements
  • Wi-Fi connectivity improvements
  • UI improvements for T-Mobile Free Inflight Texting suport
Via: T-Mobile

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T-Mobile talks LTE coverage growth

Posted by wicked December - 17 - 2014 - Wednesday Comments Off

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Earlier today T-Mobile launched Data Stash at their Un-Carrier 8 event and briefly touched on some of the improvements they have made to their data network during the past year. As a follow-up to that presentation, T-Mobile’s Chief Technology Officer Neville Ray took to the company’s official blog to share some additional details about how the carrier grew during 2014 and what to look forward to in 2015.

Neville notes that is was only a year ago that T-Mobile was trailing Verizon and AT&T in LTE network speed. The companies engineers were challenged to change that and to expand T-Mobile’s coverage during 2014. The target for T-Mobile was coverage that blanketed 250 million people in the U.S. and with a reach of 260 million today, the goal was achieved.

In addition to the newly extended reach of the LTE network, T-Mobile has optimized the network so it routinely tests faster than competitors. The carrier also began working on their Wideband LTE technology to speed things up even beyond traditional 4G LTE speeds. That service now covers 121 metro areas, including the recently lit up New York metro area. T-Mobile also made use of 700 MHz spectrum acquired last spring to launch low-band LTE in Cleveland, Colorado Springs, Minneapolis, and Washington, D.C.

Ray says that during 2015, T-Mobile’s LTE coverage should reach 280 million people by mid-year and 300 million by the end of the year. The company is also working with device manufacturers to ensure all new devices added to the portfolio during 2015 are Band-12 capable so they can tap into the expanding low-band LTE coverage.

In addition to improvements to the network coverage and speed, T-Mobile also introduced some new features to help customers. The company’s Voice over LTE (VoLTE) service, Wi-Fi calling and in-flight texting were launched during 2014.

Ray notes that T-Mobile customers use an average of 3.5 GB of data per month, far surpassing other carriers. He says this is a sign of strength for the carrier as customers make use of the services available to them.

Anyone out there thinking about making the switch to T-Mobile during 2015?

source: T-Mobile

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T-Mobile Uncarrier 8: Rollover Data Edition

Posted by wicked December - 16 - 2014 - Tuesday Comments Off

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T-Mobile’s 8th installment of its Uncarrier strategy is bringing an old concept back but with a twist. Harkening back to days of old with “rollover minutes,” T-Mobile CEO John Legere announced that T-Mobile is introducing rollover unused 4G LTE data. There’s a catch, sadly, as this only applies to customers who purchase additional data for their Simple Choice plan each month.

The initiative is being called Data Stash. If you are one of those customers who purchases data to be added to your existing Simple Choice plan, rejoice as not only will your unused megabytes rollover each month, but Legere is going to gift you 10GB of data free to start you off in January. This rollover data must be used within 12 months.

Data Stash’s announcement was accompanied with news from Legere that T-Mobile now covers 260 million Americans from coast to coast. Additionally, as was discussed on Talk Android previously with regard to New York City, T-Mobile now reaches 121 cities across the US with its Wideband LTE. This service allows customers to gain up to 50% boost in LTE speeds.

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Lastly, T-Mobile discussed its newly acquired 700MHz spectrum and its deployment in Cleveland, Colorado Springs, Minneapolis and Washington D.C. This spectrum will greatly increase a customer’s coverage inside buildings and will allow towers to significantly expand their reach out from these cities.

As I mentioned in the beginning, Data Stash will only apply to customers who purchase additional data for their Simple Choice plans. Furthermore, this must be at least 3GB or more for smartphones and 1GB or more for tablets.

Source: T-Mobile

 

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T-Mobile Announces Rollover 4G LTE Data for Uncarrier 8.0

Posted by Kellex December - 16 - 2014 - Tuesday Comments Off

T-Mobile unwrapped Uncarrier 8.0 this morning with the announcement that they will let customers rollover their high-speed 4G LTE data from one month to the next. They are calling it Data Stash, but it’s really just rollover for data. The idea is that you might only use 2GB of your 3GB plan this month, so you should get to keep that extra unused 1GB and use it in the next month. Get it? It’s rolling over to the next month. Well, in T-Mobile’s case, they are allowing you to “stash” it and then use it next month. 

So here is the deal. Starting in January of 2015, Data Stash (data rollover) will be automatically available to new and existing customers who are signed up for a Simple Choice plan of either 3GB or 5GB (also, tablet plans with 1GB or more). To kick start Data Stash, T-Mobile is also banking all customers on these plans with an extra free 10GB of data.

Each month, as you use up the data that you pay for in your plan (the 3GB or 5GB), you will then be kicked over to your Data Stash, assuming you have some left, so that you can continue to use high-speed data. Keep in mind that even though the Data Stash kicks off in January, because T-Mobile has given you 10GB of free Stash, you won’t start banking any extra data until you use up that initial 10GB.

Data in your Data Stash is good for up to a full year.

Here is the fine print from T-Mobile’s website that talks about not banking until your free 10GB is used:

* Data Stash: On-network data from past 12 months carries over to next billing cycle for as long as you maintain qualifying postpaid service. Free 200MB Mobile Internet data and roaming allotments do not carry over. Not combinable with Match Your Data offer; other promotional offers and discounts may also be excluded. Data does not begin carrying over until after free 10GB runs out. Free 10GB: Limited time offer; subject to change. Once per customer. Qualifying service required. Data available beg. 1st full Jan bill cycle; available until 12/31/15. Unused data has no cash value.

All make sense? The basics are this – if you have a 3GB or 5GB Simple Choice plan, you will start banking unused data come January 2015 that can be used in the next month, but only after you use up an initial 10GB Data Stash that T-Mobile is providing you.

Via:  T-Mobile

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T-Mobile will let you roll over your unused data from month to month

Posted by wicked December - 16 - 2014 - Tuesday Comments Off

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As part of its Un-carrier initiative, T-Mobile will let users roll over unused data from month to month, for up to a year.

Un-carrier 8.0 is “probably the biggest thing we’ve ever done since Un-carrier 1.0,” said T-Mobile boisterous CEO, John Legere. And indeed, this is an industry first, at a time when US carriers are increasingly relying on parsimonious data plans to generate the bulk of their profits.

T-Mobile is now introducing Data Stash, which is essentially your reserve of unused data that you can tap into for up to a year. At the end of every month, any data that remains unused will be added to the Data Stash; there is no limit on how much data you can accrue in the Data Stash, so you could, for instance, hoard gigabytes to use during your yearly holiday.

T-Mobile is starting off every Data Stash with 10GB of free LTE data, with no limits on how you can use it. Even better, every T-Mobile subscriber will get their Data Stash automatically, at no charge. The only condition is to have a postpaid Simple Choice plan and to have purchased additional 4G LTE data – 3GB or more for smartphones and 1 GB or more for tablets.

This is a very bold move, and one that is likely to net T-Mobile more points in the eye of American users. John Legere explained it in his typical colorful way:

“Can you imagine your gas station siphoning unused gas from your car each month? The US wireless industry is even worse. Americans have been gamed by the carriers into buying huge data plans – all to avoid getting screwed with overage penalties. Only to find out they bought more than they need which is then confiscated by the carrier. For the consumer it’s lose, lose.

That data is rightfully yours. And, we’re putting an end to this appalling industry practice today. With Data Stash, when you buy additional high-speed data, there’s no need to lose what you don’t use.”

Is this initiative something you would consider switching to T-Mobile for?

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T-Mobile Unveils Data Stash – Now Your Unused Data Rolls Forward

With Un-carrier 8.0, T-Mobile becomes the only national wireless provider to let you
roll your unused high-speed  data into the next month

And, every Data Stash comes stocked with a gift of 10 GB of America’s fastest 4G LTE data to start

Bellevue, Washington December 16, 2014 − T-Mobile (NYSE: TMUS) today announced its next industry-rocking Un-carrier™ move − eliminating the infuriating wireless industry practice of confiscating unused data you’ve already paid for. With Un-carrier 8.0, high-speed data you don’t use each month automatically rolls into a personal Data Stash™ so you can use it when you need it for up to a year. And, the best part is that Data Stash is included at no extra charge for every single new and existing T-Mobile customerindividual, family or businesson an eligible postpaid Simple Choice plan who buys extra high-speed data for their smartphone or tablet.

In addition, T-Mobile announced they will start every Data Stash with a whopping 10 GB of 4G LTE data – for free. That’s 10 GB of free data for every line in the family on a qualifying plan. And on top of that, the Un-carrier announced several major new milestones in the build-out of its Data Strong™ network.

Can you imagine your gas station siphoning unused gas from your car each month? The US wireless industry is even worse,” said John Legere, president and CEO for T-Mobile. “Americans have been gamed by the carriers into buying huge data plans – all to avoid getting screwed with overage penalties. Only to find out they bought more than they need which is then confiscated by the carrier. For the consumer it’s lose, lose.

That data is rightfully yours,” added Legere. “And, we’re putting an end to this appalling industry practice today. With Data Stash, when you buy additional high-speed data, there’s no need to lose what you don’t use.”

With T-Mobile’s Data Stash − the first such program from a national wireless provider − you don’t have to worry about buying extra high-speed data you’ll never use − or not having that data when you need it most. You’ve paid for it. Now you can use it when you need it for up to a full year.

Starting in January 2015, Data Stash will be automatically available at no extra charge to every T-Mobile customer – every individual, family and business – with a postpaid Simple Choice plan who has purchased additional 4G LTE data, 3GB or more for smartphones and 1 GB or more for tablets. And, you’ll start out with a Free Data Stash with up to 10 GB of 4G LTE data.

Once you’ve used up that Free Data Stash, any unused high speed data − rounded up to the nearest megabyte – will start to roll into your Data Stash automatically every month. And there’s no limit to how much data you can collect in your Data Stash. When you need extra high-speed data, you’ll automatically start tapping into your data deposits. Now, when you pay extra for 4G LTE data, you won’t lose data you don’t use.

Businesses face the same challenges when it comes to the data guessing game – just multiplied by the number of employees they have. Think it’s hard choosing how much data to buy for you and your family? Try figuring out how much to buy for you and your 50 employees. More than a third of U.S. businesses on shared data plans have been hit by punitive overage penalties, and others resort to buying more data than they need – all just to avoid budget-busting overage penalties at the end of the month.

“Like every Un-carrier move we make, Data Stash also came from listening to customers,” added Legere. “This year on Twitter, customers asked the carriers to create a program to roll data forward more than 40,000 times. So this isn’t rocket science. It’s just that we seem to be the only company in this industry that cares enough to listen. That’s fine by me.”

T-Mobile’s Data Strong Network Expansion
Data Stash is made possible by T-Mobile’s unique Data Strong network design which was purpose built for the data-intensive way people use smartphones and tablets today.  Today, after an epic year of network firsts and massive advancements, the Un-carrier announced several major new milestones as it continues to expand and enhance its network at an unprecedented pace:

  • First, T-Mobile continues to grow its LTE footprint and now reaches more people than ever before −260 million Americans coast to coast, expanding to reach an additional 10 million people in just the last 60 days.
  • Second, on the heels of upgrading T-Mobile’s network to its ultra-fast Wideband LTE in New York, the Un-carrier now reaches 121 metropolitan areas across the country with Wideband LTE, giving customers more capacity and up to a 50 percent boost in speeds.  Already, T-Mobile customers in the NYC metro area have reported download speeds in excess of an unprecedented 100 Mbps.
  • Finally, T-Mobile announced that it has deployed its newly acquired 700Mhz spectrum in Cleveland, Colorado Springs, Minneapolis and Washington, D.C. boosting network reach, improving in-building coverage and extending coverage well beyond major population centers.

The Un-carrier expects to continue its rapid fire network improvements in 2015 and has already set a few resolutions for the New Year − like reaching 300 million people with T-Mobile’s blazing-fast LTE network.

For more information on T-Mobile’s network advancements this year, please read this blog by T-Mobile CTO Neville Ray.  For more information on T-Mobile’s Data Strong network, please visit www.t-mobile.com/DataStrong.  For more information about T-Mobile’s Data Stash and other ground-breaking Un-carrier benefits, please visit www.t-mobile.com/DataStash.

Android 5.0.1 lands on Nexus 5, T-Mobile pushes to Nexus 6 too

Posted by wicked December - 16 - 2014 - Tuesday Comments Off

The circle seems to be complete and Google has finally uploaded the rather mysterious Android 5.0.1 to the Nexus 5 as well. This practically finishes the release of this rather unexpected Lollipop update, which first began with the Nexus tablets and then the Nexus smartphones, sans the Nexus 5, at least until now. In the meantime, T-Mobile has also received the update and has started pushing it to both the Nexus 5 as well as the more current Nexus 6.

The Android 5.0.1 update was first seen in the Android Open Source Project code repository early this month as build number LXR22C. As quickly as it arrived, it also quickly appeared in Factory Image form on Google’s support page, at least for the Nexus 9, the Nexus 10, and the 2013 Nexus 7, WiFi-only. It took a week before that same version became available for the Nexus smartphone line, specifically the Nexus 6 and the Nexus 4. Curiously, the Nexus 5 was absent back then.

Now the Nexus 5 joins those ranks, complete with both Factory Image as well as Binaries for the device. The OTA update has also been captured and is linked below, in case you want to manually download and update your device yourself. Be aware though, that it isn’t as simple as an OTA update and you will need a bit of familiarity with ADB and sideloading to proceed.

Nexus 5 OTA

Even better news, the update has hit T-Mobile as well. The carrier has started to roll out LXR22C to both the Nexus 5 and the Nexus 6. It should be remembered that Google has practically washed its hands clean off any delays in rolling out updates to carrier-bought Nexus devices. This quick release from T-Mobile seems to prove that the carrier is up to task. Sadly, there isn’t any changelog to strip the mystery off this update.

SOURCE: Google (Factory Images), (Binaries), T-Mobile (Nexus 5), (Nexus 6)

T-Mobile Wideband LTE now available in New York City

Posted by wicked December - 15 - 2014 - Monday Comments Off

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T-Mobile has announced their Wideband LTE service is now available in the New York City area, including adjoining areas like northern New Jersey, White Plains and Scarsdale. According to T-Mobile’s Neville Ray, “New Yorkers deserve a network that moves at the blazing speed of this amazing city. Our LTE network was already fastest here. Now, with the launch of Wideband LTE, we’ve widened our lead even further throughout the greater metro area.”

According to T-Mobile, their New York City area customers use an average of 2.6 GB of data per month and average 22.2 Mbps download speeds. That will increase with the expansion of Wideband LTE by about 50 percent with peak speeds in excess of 100 Mbps. The New York area becomes the 27th major market covered by T-Mobile’s Wideband LTE service. The company plans to roll-out Wideband LTE to more locations during 2015.

Hit the break to read the full press release from T-Mobile.

T-Mobile Wideband LTE Blows by the Competition in New York

Un-carrier advances Wideband LTE roll-out, delivering unmatched network speeds in markets all across the U.S.— and promises more to come in 2015

New York, NY − December 15, 2014 − T-Mobile (NYSE: TMUS) today confirmed reported sightings of massive network speeds in recent days, announcing its Wideband LTE is now live throughout the greater New York City metro area. Building on a LTE network that already offers the fastest speeds in the area, the launch of Wideband LTE boosts network speeds up to 50 percent. Already, T-Mobile customers in the metro area have reported download speeds in excess of an unprecedented 100 Mbps. In addition to Manhattan, Wideband LTE now covers T-Mobile customers in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, Long Island and Northern NJ.   All of Westchester County, including White Plains and Scarsdale as well as Central New Jersey will be added soon.
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“New Yorkers deserve a network that moves at the blazing speed of this amazing city. Our LTE network was already fastest here. Now, with the launch of Wideband LTE, we’ve widened our lead even further throughout the greater metro area,” said Neville Ray, Chief Technology Officer for T-Mobile. “We are working relentlessly to bring more Wideband LTE to more markets in 2015 for our customers to enjoy.”To serve up faster peak network speeds, Wideband LTE increases bandwidth and capacity on T-Mobile’s LTE network.  That means more lanes for Un-carrier™ LTE customers to speed along in. With T-Mobile Wideband LTE, customers can download a full 90-minute HD movie to their phone or tablet in just three and a half minutes or a whole album in just nine seconds with theoretical peak download speeds of 110 Mbps.

T-Mobile customers in and around New York City have been using an average of 2.6 GB of data per month with average download speeds of 22.2 Mbps − faster than AT&T and Verizon and more than two times faster than Sprint’s network speeds.

The city that never sleeps is just the latest US metro area to get a Wideband LTE speed boost – as the Un-carrier’s network coverage expansions and performance enhancements of America’s fastest nationwide 4G LTE network never stop. As of today, Wideband LTE is available in 27 major markets or in 120 metros (metropolitan statistical areas).

The full list of metros now covered by T-Mobile Wideband LTE includes:

Alabama

  • Birmingham-Hoover
  • Daphne-Fairhope-Foley
  • Florence-Muscle Shoals
  • Huntsville
  • Mobile
  • Selma
  • Tuscaloosa
  • Valley

Arkansas

  • Jonesboro

California

  • Anaheim-Santa Ana-Irvine
  • Bakersfield
  • Clearlake
  • Crescent City
  • Eureka-Arcata-Fortuna
  • Los Angeles-Long Beach-Glendale
  • Modesto
  • Napa
  • Oakland-Hayward-Berkeley
  • Oxnard-Thousand Oaks-Ventura
  • Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario
  • Sacramento–Roseville–Arden-Arcade
  • Salinas
  • San Diego-Carlsbad
  • San Francisco-Redwood City-South San Francisco
  • San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara
  • San Rafael
  • Santa Maria-Santa Barbara
  • Santa Rosa
  • Stockton-Lodi
  • Ukiah
  • Vallejo-Fairfield

Connecticut

  • Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk
  • Hartford-West Hartford-East Hartford
  • New Haven-Milford

Delaware

  • Dover
  • Wilmington, DE-MD-NJ

Florida

  • Cape Coral-Fort Myers
  • Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach
  • Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach-Deerfield Beach
  • Gainesville
  • Jacksonville
  • Key West
  • Lake City
  • Miami-Miami Beach-Kendall
  • Naples-Immokalee-Marco Island
  • Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford
  • Panama City
  • Port St. Lucie
  • Sebastian-Vero Beach
  • Tallahassee
  • Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater
  • West Palm Beach-Boca Raton-Delray Beach

Georgia

  • Athens-Clarke County
  • Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell
  • Augusta-Richmond County, GA-SC
  • Calhoun
  • Gainesville

Hawaii

  • Urban Honolulu

Idaho

  • Boise City

Illinois

  • Champaign-Urbana
  • Rockford

Massachusetts

  • Boston
  • Cambridge-Newton-Framingham
  • Springfield
  • Worcester, MA-CT

Michigan

  • Ann Arbor
  • Detroit-Dearborn-Livonia
  • Grand Rapids-Wyoming
  • Ionia
  • Kalamazoo-Portage
  • Monroe
  • Warren-Troy-Farmington Hills

Minnesota

  • Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI
  • Rochester

Mississippi

  • Tupelo

Missouri

  • St. Joseph, MO-KS

Nevada

  • Las Vegas-Henderson-Paradise

New Hampshire

  • Rockingham County-Strafford County

New Jersey

  • Atlantic City-Hammonton
  • Camden
  • Newark, NJ-PA
  • Ocean City
  • Trenton
  • Vineland-Bridgeton

New York

  • Albany-Schenectady-Troy
  • Buffalo-Cheektowaga-Niagara Falls
  • Syracuse

North Carolina

  • Fayetteville

Ohio

  • Columbus
  • Toledo

Oregon

  • Astoria
  • Bend-Redmond
  • Corvallis
  • Eugene
  • Portland-Vancouver-Hillsboro, OR-WA
  • Salem

Pennsylvania

  • Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, PA-NJ
  • Harrisburg-Carlisle
  • Lancaster
  • Montgomery County-Bucks County-Chester County
  • Philadelphia
  • Reading
  • Scranton–Wilkes-Barre–Hazleton
  • State College
  • York-Hanover

Rhode Island

  • Providence-Warwick, RI-MA

Tennessee

  • Chattanooga, TN-GA
  • Cleveland
  • Jackson

Texas

  • Dallas-Plano-Irving
  • Fort Worth-Arlington
  • Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land

Washington

  • Bellingham
  • Longview
  • Mount Vernon-Anacortes
  • Oak Harbor
  • Seattle-Bellevue-Everett
  • Spokane-Spokane Valley

Wisconsin

  • Appleton
  • Oshkosh-Neenah

T-Mobile plans to build on the huge progress made in 2014 and continue its aggressive roll-out of Wideband LTE to even more markets in 2015 and beyond.

Based on download speeds comparison against the other major national carriers.

About T-Mobile US, Inc.
As America’s Un-carrier, T-Mobile US, Inc. (NYSE: TMUS) is redefining the way consumers and businesses buy wireless services through leading product and service innovation. The Company’s advanced nationwide 4G LTE network delivers outstanding wireless experiences to approximately 53 million customers who are unwilling to compromise on quality and value. Based in Bellevue, Washington, T-Mobile US provides services through its subsidiaries and operates its flagship brands, T-Mobile and MetroPCS. For more information, please visit http://www.t-mobile.com.

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T-Mobile Uncarriers All the Things (Again) Tomorrow With Uncarrier 8.0

Posted by Kellex December - 15 - 2014 - Monday Comments Off

Tomorrow, at 7:30AM Pacific (10:30AM Eastern), T-Mobile and its CEO will sit down for a live webcast with Yahoo News to talk through their latest Uncarrier announcements, officially known as Uncarrier 8.0. As of right now, we don’t even have guesses as to what will be announced, but there will certainly be expletives, trash talking of other carriers, and plenty of magenta. Wait, isn’t that a bit early for Legere to be calling other CEOs fat? Maybe not.

T-Mo CEO John Legere plans to talk live with Yahoo’s David Pogue in a Q&A session that all can watch.

A link to the webcast will be provided at T-Mo’s newsroom tomorrow morning.

Any predictions?

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Via:  T-Mobile

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T-Mobile’s Un-carrier 8.0 to be announced tomorrow

Posted by wicked December - 15 - 2014 - Monday Comments Off


T-Mobile_logo_100T-Mobile has been making waves ever since it unveiled its un-carrier approach to well, being a cell carrier. Some of the more notable un-carrier moves include paying off early termination fees of those who move to T-Mobile and Un-carrier 6.0 that allows users to stream music as much as they want without it affecting their data. Well, the company appears to be moving forward with Uncarrier 8.0 as T-Mobile has announced that the next iteration will be unveiled tomorrow.

Through a live webcast on Yahoo! news, CEO John Legere will answer live questions regarding Un-carrier 8.0. The webcast starts at 10:30 a.m. EST (7:30 a.m. PST) and the link can be found here. For those on T-Mobile, this may be exciting news, but I’m starting to wonder how long T-Mobile can keep the un-carrier excitement going. What do you hope to see unveiled at tomorrow’s webcast?

source: T-Mobile

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