T-Mobile Backpedals on Employer Rate Plans
T-Mobile has reversed a policy change it announced last week that would have seen the end of employer rate discount plans. The plans were to be discontinued, but after listening to customer feedback, existing enrollees will be grandfathered in. New customers will not be able to sign up for the program, however.
AT&T to Raise Unlimited Plan Pricing by $5 in February
AT&T today confirmed reports that it plans to increase the cost of its old, grandfathered unlimited plan early next year. The rate will change from $30 per month to $35 per month, and marks the first increase this plan has seen in seven years.
Cricket to Replace Muve Music with Deezer
Cricket Wireless today announced significant changes soon to impact its subscription music service. First, the company announced it will launch the Deezer music app and service on Jan.
Verizon to Restrict Heaviest 'Unlimited' LTE Users
Verizon Wireless plans to use its Network Optimization policy later this year in order to manage its heaviest users. The change in policy applies only to subscribers with an unlimited LTE monthly data plan, who were previously grandfathered in and essentially unrestricted in their use of mobile data.
Verizon to Start Tacking $20 Fee to New Lines
Verizon Wireless will soon begin charging a $20 activation fee for new customers who sign up for one of its contract-free device payment plans. The fee goes into effect Nov.
How moronic are some of these companies?
Give me a million dollars next time, and I'll flat out save you the trouble T-mobile - I would've simply and quickly told you "Not a good idea" - yes, let's take away stuff from people whom are already frugal - and then expect fantastic results.
No one picks T-mobile just to pay the same, or close to the big two - they pick T-mobile to save money.
I literally want to put on a solid white glove and smack the person responsible for this decision in the face - promptly telling them they do not deserve their job nor the pay they receive.
they better be,