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T-Mobile Hangs Up On MyFaves

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Nov 9, 2009, 2:26 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Today T-Mobile confirmed that it is phasing out its myFaves set of calling plans. The company said in an email to Phone Scoop, "T-Mobile’s new Even More plans, which feature options for unlimited calling, text and data service, have taken the place of myFaves unlimited calling feature. T-Mobile continues to offer the myFaves home screen, at no additional charge, across our broad portfolio of phones as a way for customers to easily connect with their Fave Five through voice, text and e-mail. Also, customers currently subscribing to the myFaves unlimited calling feature can choose to continue to benefit from that plan." Alltel was first to offer such a calling plan, and called it MyCircle. T-Mobile began offering myFaves in 2006. MyCircle and myFaves were eventually followed by similar offerings from both AT&T (A-List) and Verizon Wireless (re-packaged MyCircle after Alltel acquisition).

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deezy17

Nov 9, 2009, 4:14 PM

This would have been smart IF....

They would have made they even more plus plans for all account types not just prepaid or Flex Pay No Contract Whatever you wanna call it I am apalled and hurt as a customer that losers who want to up and cancel any time they want get a great deal but suckers like me locked into a 2 year binding agreement ALSO I BOUGHT AN UNSUBSIDIZED PHONE have to suffer with that pitiful ass 99 dollar unlimited family plan with 40 dollar data add ons!
You and all the other fools in the US would go prepaid!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Laughing
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I am pretty sure you can change to a new plan if you want to.

Much of your post is difficult to understand, so I am not sure if that is your problem.
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They're biting Sprint. Sprint offered the Any mobile any time plan now T-mobile is trying to compete with that.
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Mark_S

Nov 10, 2009, 1:18 PM

Putting money where mouth is

Once T-Mobile can truly say that they have "coverage out there" and "where you need it" their plans would gain a very prolific following.
 
 
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