T-Mobile to announce Uncarrier X on November 10th
posted by Michael H. / Oct 27, 2015, 10:38 AM
Just yesterday, T-Mobile CEO John Legere spoke out against carrier overages as well, which could indicate a change to T-Mobile's data rollover policies. Right now, you have to be paying for a data plan in order to get the so-called Data Stash, but maybe T-Mobile is planning to open it up to the free data tier as well.
T-Mobile has also recently promised to offer a feature that could allow users to share a phone number across devices, but it may be a bit too soon to have a real announcement on that. Or, if we take "we never hit pause" more literally, it could be an update to T-Mobile's Music Freedom list. The teaser video does appear to point to something music related anyway.
Whatever the announcement might be, we'll find out November 10th at the event in Los Angeles.
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I'm hoping it is for video streaming (at least YouTube and maybe Netflix or Hulu) and it also applies to the $30/month Wamart plan (the one with 5GB high speed data which also has Music Freedom included with it).
posted on Oct 27, 2015, 11:53 AM 0
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Great plans but horrible customer service!!
posted on Oct 27, 2015, 1:27 PM 0
So true there medicci37!! T mobile Cust Serv sucks and t mobile does too, I'm going to change carriers next month they are too busy growing but the network can't handle the capacity and Cust reps suck too!! And Apple iPhones too the same crap!! Apple and t mobile seem to go hand n hand!! All out for greed not us consumers?? So John le gere can put that pink t shirt where the sun don't shine, I wouldn't use as toilet paper!! Just flush t mobile and Apple down the toilet!! Swissshhh caaabooom!!
posted on Oct 27, 2015, 2:33 PM 0
Posts: 33; Member since: Oct 31, 2012
The main problem with TMobile seems to be that their in-store Customer service and Online/ 1800 Customer service do not sync properly and hence give different/misleading information. I was burnt by the Store reps twice. Store reps are not good at plan intricacies. Better talk/chat with an online rep. for that.... Now with the uncarrier model, things like Corporate discount for example are slowly being modified/deprecated/more strictly validated. That seems to be the case and will be the one going forward. That is the only thing that has gone south since I joined. Their network is getting better and better but still the Low frequency paucity exists which makes experiences worse when we are travelling across the interstate express...
posted on Oct 27, 2015, 4:20 PM 1
Posts: 68; Member since: Oct 31, 2012
All phone company's are the same, at least in the US. "unlimited" seems to be the new slogan with all of them. The day any of the carries actually offer true unlimited data (no caps) LTE or above speed, is when that slogan should be used. Until then, I chose the least evil of the 4 major carriers that seems to be on point and on the right track... T-Mobile! Keep up the good work!
posted on Oct 27, 2015, 3:30 PM 3
I tried mobile for a month and found the coverage in the charlotte area to be superior to art and my work phone that is on Verizon. The store reps and over phone support were excellent. I truly enjoyed the company and will be switching back once my crappy art is finished.
posted on Oct 27, 2015, 6:20 PM 0
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