T-Mobile Switches Focus With New Tagline, Plans
Oct 1, 2006, 5:57 PM by (staff)
T-Mobile has dropped their "Get More" tagline and campaign, relaunching their website with a new "Stick Together" tagline and a web 2.0 look. Along with the new campaign, the carrier is launching a new set of calling plans called My Faves. The My Faves plans offer unlimited calls to five numbers, regardless of what carrier they are on. My Faves plans require subscribers to have compatible phones, as an application on the phone is used to choose and manage favorites as well as to contact them. A majority of T-Mobile's current and popular recent phones are compatible with the My Faves application.
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For a good laugh, on the AlltelCircle site, click on the T-Mobile guy (far right) in the website he...
I knew it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! My faves does work with all phones
Nobody Want's to Copy Cingular's ROLLOVER
It similar to when Verizon picked up "Push to Talk" Nextel's exclusive patent for 2 way was up Verizon signed a deal to use it.
"Get More" was cooler...
T-Mobile, We've Got You Covered."
Wireless Buddy said:
Stick Together? Thats just dumb.
Why? Because YOU say so? We'll all make up our own minds, thanks.
This is no dumber than any other cellular tagline we've heard over the years.
I don't get it
Looks like T-mobile is copying Alltel
* Plans start @ $40
* Unlimited calling to myFaves on any network or number even while roaming
* You get 5 individual myFaves for each line on a family plan, for a maximum of 25 total numbers
* myFaves can be changed once a month and effec...
Staying ahead of the curve...
Tmobile's on the verge of becoming a MAJOR pain in the ass to CinguATT and Verizon. 'Bout time, too.
HOT HOT Damn!!!
This will open the window to all those who want to bail on their current carrier but are bound to them by using to many mobile to mobile minutes. I like the things tmobile is doing, this is truly unique and an absolutely fantastic idea...plus with their new spectrum T-Mobile is doing very well.
Any idea on time frame?