New T-Mobile app for iOS and Android to launch December 10th?

New T-Mobile app for iOS and Android to launch December 10th?
Reddit is apparently full of T-Mobile employees. According to one user of the site who claims to be a T-Mobile employee, the Un-carrier will be launching a new app for iOS and Android users on December 10th. According to the source, the new app will have a "a much cleaner user interface," and will replace the current T-Mobile app.

The new app will allow you to make one-time payments, arrange payments, check on the status of an order, show you your latest usage data, and check the health of your phone. A second Reddit user who allegedly works for the nation's third-largest carrier, chimed in by saying that T-Mobile subscribers will be able to complain about coverage issues using the app.

According to one post, the app will use T-Mobile's new Grand Central system employed by the carrier's reps to diagnose handsets. The company is supposedly losing millions of dollars on unnecessary warranty exchanges that are being made when there isn't any problem with a phone, or when simple troubleshooting can fix a problem.

The new app is said to be full of magenta and there is no word yet on whether it will include a data usage widget, or support TouchID for iPhone users.

source: Reddit via TmoNews


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