T-Mobile Ups Free Tablet Data to 1GB for Voice Customers
T-Mobile today announced the second of three new initiatives meant to help lure in customers. The company is targeting tablet customers with its latest offer, which will give current voice subscribers a total of 1.2GB of free tablet data until the end of the year. T-Mobile already offers 200MB to all tablets for free and is adding 1GB to that pot. Second, T-Mobile is selling LTE-equipped tablets at the same price as their Wi-Fi-only counterparts. That means a 16GB Apple iPad Air with LTE will cost $499 instead of $629 when purchased through T-Mobile. T-Mobile is carrying over its Contract Freedom initiative to tablets, as well, and will pay the ETF for customers who break their tablet contract and switch to T-Mobile. Last, T-Mobile is offering tablets for $0 down with corresponding monthly payments for those who prefer to finance their hardware.
T-Mobile Pitches Free MLB Content to Customers
T-Mobile today said baseball fans will be able to watch every regular season Major League Baseball game on their smartphones for free. T-Mobile has again partnered with MLB and is providing customers with access to a free year of MLB.TV Premium, which includes MLB.com At Bat Premium.
Project Fi Now Supports Data-Only Devices
Google today said Project Fi subscribers can add a tablet or other data-only device to their plan if they choose. Customers will need to order a data-only SIM card from Google through the Project Fi web site.
Sprint to Reward Existing Customers with Free Tablet
Sprint today said its current customers can get a free tablet with a free year of service for their loyalty. The offering is meant to offset the 50% rate deal being given to non-customers who switch to Sprint.
T-Mobile Increases Family Plan Limit to 10 Lines
T-Mobile today expanded the flexibility of its family plan from a maximum of five lines per plan to a maximum of 10 lines per plan. T-Mobile Simple Choice subscribers can add new lines to their plan for $10 each after the second subscriber.
Well technically, AT&T has them for $429
For most people on the network already, it's a measly $10 a month to share the data on the account, so not a biggie there - and far superior speeds and coverage.
I don't seen any compelling reason to run to T-Mobile.
iPad Air Price $630
Or is the offer limited to only existing customers?
No WiFi Only Models
If they mean selling their 3G/4G tablets for the same price as a store like Google or Best Buy or Apple is selling a WiFi only version of their tablets, then sure, Id be interested in upgrading my Nexus 7 to a new version.
Half the stuff they already offer
So unless everyone is getting $0 down (like people like me who don't qualify) then i don't get the point of mentioning these two points.