T-Mobile video teases next Un-carrier announcement on January 5th at CES

"What's next, John?" If you believe that T-Mobile's video teaser for next month's CES trade show holds a bit of truth to it, this is a question that the carrier's CEO is asked every second of every day. From the dentist to the woman behind the counter at Starbucks writing the question on his coffee cup, every one wants to know what the next big Un-carrier announcement will be.

T-Mobile has transformed the wireless industry over the last couple of years through the carrier's Un-carrier announcements that have added new features such as Data Stash, which allows subscribers to save unused data for up to 12 months for use anytime over that year. Music Freedom allows customers to stream music from certain apps without it counting against their monthly high-speed data cap.

So what will be the next pain point addressed by T-Mobile? We will have to wait until January 5th when John Legere and company make the announcement in Las Vegas during CES. What would you like to see the next Un-carrier announcement focus on?

source: T-Mobile



1. aegislash

Posts: 1528; Member since: Jan 27, 2015

I just love when T-Mobile announces that they've gained several million new subscribers, because it's hilarious when Verizon gets all salty by claiming they're still the best blah blah, when really they're crapping their pants and doing everything they can to keep their customers...which usually means copying something that T-Mobile has been doing for years.

3. Blackrod5000

Posts: 22; Member since: Oct 20, 2013

Well I'm hoping that t mobile will announce two things 1 that they are beating Verizon wireless because we all know Verizon is full s**t I'd rather use a pay phone then to be back with them. 2 please say that the xion 7 and xion 7 max are on their way as well as the Samsung Galaxy A9

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