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T-Mobile Makes New Promises to Consumers

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Mar 18, 2015, 1:06 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @zeman_e

T-Mobile's Uncarrier 9.0 event focused on businesses, but still had a few benefits aimed at consumers, too. First, T-Mobile promised to keep all its current promotional rates/plans in place permanently. Promotions that had end or expiration dates no longer do. Further, T-Mobile announced the Un-contract, wherein it agrees to keep customers' prices at the same level for at least two years. It promised it won't raise prices. Last, T-Mobile expanded its "Carrier Freedom" program. It will pay all ETFs, outgoing expenses, leases, and phone payments (up to total of $650 per line) for customers who switch to T-Mobile.

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WhySoBluePandaBear

Mar 19, 2015, 12:13 AM

This ****er - yeah, hear me out....

This ****er not only got rid of 2 year contracts, but he actually baited and successfully got and GETS all the mainstream attention to make the BIG TWO back down, and the others behind them follow.

The guy in DEAD last place makes the biggest influence? Are you kidding me? Verizon......AT&T.....where in the absolute **** are you guys to topple this guy? You caved in and now you have a FUSTERCLUCK of consumers freaking out about paying full retail for a phone.

They baited you morons so hard, that they actually won. You should have ran a campaign on how shotty their service was - instead went along with it and tried to match their bluff.

To Verizon, ATT and Sprint - you're all morons. This guy will NEVER stop trying t...
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At some point they will HAVE to run out of money to pay for everyone's ETF. What they are doing now seems like a "hail mary" pass to try to jump start the people switching again. I give them credit for trying but the way they are going about it doesn'...
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Globhead

Mar 18, 2015, 5:29 PM

Lie

You can't promise permanent ANYTHING if your goal is to sell off the company as soon as possible.

And why should we be happy that Johnny boy is vowing to hand over hundreds of dollars to competitors for each new T-Mobile customer? He keeps doing that and then using it as an excuse for why we need to be sold off to make a profit.
skuzz

Mar 18, 2015, 1:33 PM

two years only applied to unlimited

the rest of the plans were promised to stay the same forever.
amarryat

Mar 18, 2015, 1:18 PM

Very good news

For families of 4 who switched to the $100 for 4 lines, 2.5GB per line through 2015, this is nice that it won't revert to 1GB per line starting in 2016.
 
 
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