T-Mobile may announce an "Upgrade Club" and more LTE rollouts tomorrow
"Upgrade Club" which will let users pay a monthly fee to be able to trade-in their phone for a new one on a faster time-table. T-Mobile has been running ads recently taking shots at AT&T's long upgrade terms (although the 24-month commitment is standard for other carriers), and T-Mobile CEO John Legere had talked about the possibility of a plan like this back in March. At the time, Legere had said that the details were being worked out, but that the general idea would be a plan where users could pay a monthly fee and upgrade to a new device as much as twice a year, although other comments from T-Mo execs have said you might be able to upgrade as much as you want.TMoNews has gotten its hands on a leaked survey that T-Mobile has been conducting that looks like it is planning to create a sort of
The rumor is that tomorrow's announcement will also include a major announcement of LTE rollouts, because T-Mobile has been falling a bit behind in that regards. We'll bring you the news tomorrow, so stay tuned!