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the t-mobile regime......will hold another "un-carrier" event on wednesday may 4
 

 
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Just 48 hours after releasing yet another record-breaking quarterly financial report "fueled" by its thoroughly documented "5G network leadership" and a little over a week on the heels of flaunting the latest achievements of its disruptive Home Internet service, T-Mobile is today teasing a presumably bigger impending announcement.

Much bigger, most likely, based on Magenta's use of the "Un-carrier" label. Inaugurated all the way back in 2013, the buzzy marketing program has been widely recognized as a major revitalizer for a once-apathetic mobile network operator that managed to surpass both Sprint and AT&T in terms of subscriber figures in the space of just five years or so.

Of course, with Sprint now dead and buried and T-Mo's sights very much set on eclipsing Verizon as well... sooner or later, it's pretty hard for the "Un-carrier" to keep the maverick jig going. But that's precisely what makes us intrigued, perhaps even more intrigued than usual, for the May 4 event scheduled to be livestreamed on the official T-Mobile website starting at 10 am Pacific/1 pm Eastern


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Especially after AT&T's latest string of ultra-aggressive plans, add-ons, and promotions, as well as Verizon's successful C-band 5G rollout to "more than 100 million people", it seems safe to expect some spectacular new "Un-carrier" moves from the nation's early 5G speed and availability champion.

While T-Mo has held plenty of smaller events and unveiled quite a few k*ller deals and offers in recent months, its previous "Un-carrier" announcements took place all the way back in early April 2021 under the catchy "#5GforAll" slogan.

Following a "Great Free 5G Phone Upgrade" program that hooked up customers with, well, gratis 5G handsets under extremely favorable conditions, as well as the official launch of the T-Mobile Home Internet network that quickly took the entire nation by storm, there's apparently something in the pipeline that "doesn't need a set-up."

Unfortunately, we truly have no idea what T-Mo might be hiding under that decidedly cryptic tagline, which, you guessed it, makes us even more intrigued for May 4. By the way, knowing Magenta, there's a very slim chance that date was chosen at random, and a very good chance (we think) of seeing something unveiled (among others) with some sort of a Star Wars connection. May the fourth be with every T-Mobile subscriber excited about this event while you count the days and hours left until next Wednesday morning!
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 2 months ago '20        #2
Xiox  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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Has there coverage improved ?
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 2 months ago '06        #3
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I hope the coverage gets better.
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 2 months ago '04        #4
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what happened during the event?
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 2 months ago '05        #5
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I have several friends who have t mobile and it always sounds like they are talking to me in a bathroom half a world away
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 2 months ago '09        #6
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 memphis10 said
what happened during the event?









Introducing Internet Freedom

With Internet Freedom, The Un-carrier is stepping up on behalf of broadband customers with:

Freedom to Switch. Broadband customers are STUCK. Theyíre the least satisfied customers in America1. They want to switch, but they canít because they either have no choice for high-speed broadband, are locked in an old-school contract or donít have the time to go through the complicated switching process. To switch, they have to do battle with their current provider to leave, sign a new contract, wait for an installation window between now and next Tuesday, drill holes in their walls, and spend hours resetting all their devices. All that before they even know how the new service will work for them.

T-Mobile is changing all of that and making it easier than ever to break up with Big Internet:

Cheat on your Internet Provider with Test Drive. Customers can try Home Internet for 15 days, worry-free. If they like it, great! If not, return the gateway and owe nothing. Itís 100% On Us. And because itís totally wireless, they can even keep their old provider while they try it.

Break up with your provider and T-Mobile will cover the cost. When customers are ready to switch, they can break their contract and break up with their internet provider, at no cost because T-Mobile will cover all early termination fees up to $500


my condo complex is stuck with cox isp monopoly regime
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 2 months ago '04        #7
memphis10 
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^^ good look messy
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 2 months ago '07        #8
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 messy marv stan said








Introducing Internet Freedom

With Internet Freedom, The Un-carrier is stepping up on behalf of broadband customers with:

Freedom to Switch. Broadband customers are STUCK. Theyíre the least satisfied customers in America1. They want to switch, but they canít because they either have no choice for high-speed broadband, are locked in an old-school contract or donít have the time to go through the complicated switching process. To switch, they have to do battle with their current provider to leave, sign a new contract, wait for an installation window between now and next Tuesday, drill holes in their walls, and spend hours resetting all their devices. All that before they even know how the new service will work for them.

T-Mobile is changing all of that and making it easier than ever to break up with Big Internet:

Cheat on your Internet Provider with Test Drive. Customers can try Home Internet for 15 days, worry-free. If they like it, great! If not, return the gateway and owe nothing. Itís 100% On Us. And because itís totally wireless, they can even keep their old provider while they try it.

Break up with your provider and T-Mobile will cover the cost. When customers are ready to switch, they can break their contract and break up with their internet provider, at no cost because T-Mobile will cover all early termination fees up to $500


my condo complex is stuck with cox isp monopoly regime
So techincally wouldnt tmobile work for you since you dont need any wiring or hook ups just plug n play

 2 months ago '20        #9
Xiox  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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 dasill said
I have several friends who have t mobile and it always sounds like they are talking to me in a bathroom half a world away
Maybe the coverage is trash , they've been saying they have great coverage for the last 8 years
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