T-Mobile Intros New Prepaid Option
T-Mobile today announced T-Mobile Complete, a new pre-packaged, pay-in-advance offering. The plans are similar to the company's Even More Plus no-contract, unlimited plans, but offer the first month of service for free. Four phones are available initially: the BlackBerry Curve 8520, Samsung Gravity, Samsung t239 and the Samsung t229. Up-front phone prices start at $60. The phones are available at Best Buy and select Wal-Mart locations.
T-Mobile Rolls Out Buy-One, Get-One Offer for Samsung Galaxy S8 and LG G6
T-Mobile said shoppers will be able to score a free Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8+, or LG G6 or V20 (pictured) through a new buy-one, get-one offer that kicks off June 16. Existing T-Mobile customers need to buy both phones on an installment plan and subscribe to an unlimited data service plan in order to qualify.
T-Mobile Allowing Customers to Pair iPhone with Prepaid Plans
T-Mobile today announced customers can now purchase an Apple iPhone at Apple retail stores and use it with T-Mobile's prepaid, no-contract plans. T-Mobile is offering iPhone buyers a $50 discount off the price of the phone when paired with a prepaid plan.
Verizon Debuts $80 Unlimited Plan for Prepaid Service
Verizon Wireless today added an unlimited data option to its series of prepaid plans. According to Verizon's web site, the new $80 plan includes unlimited high-speed service without a contract, though video is capped at 480p and prepaid customers may see slower speeds when the network is congested.
AT&T's GoPhone Intros Unlimited Slow Plan
AT&T today made one of its postpaid plans available via its GoPhone prepaid brand. The new AT&T GoPhone Unlimited service plan costs $60 per month and offers unlimited everything at reduced speeds.
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I also love walkie talkies, and currently CB radios, glow sticks, skype and linux.
It works on all of T-Mobile's US bands.
How many different rate plans have you had in the last year now?
From memory: postpaid, flexpay, evenmore, and now whatever this is. Not to mention anything before that. Bet your customers are confused as anything.