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T-Mobile Uncarrier 11 Is All About Giving Thanks

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Jun 6, 2016, 12:20 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @zeman_e
updated Jun 6, 2016, 12:33 PM

T-Mobile today unveiled its Uncarrier 11 promotions, which give "thanks" to customers. For example, T-Mobile talked up T-Mobile Tuesdays. T-Mobile customers will be able to win free gifts every week, such as free pizza from Dominos, free frosties from Wendy's, or free movie tickets from Fandango. In order to score the promos, customers need to download the T-Mobile Tuesdays app for Android and iOS. Customers can participate in games to win additional prizes, such as private viewing parties for movies. T-Mobile calls T-Mobile Tuesdays a "major investment" in its customers. T-Mobile Tuesdays kick off June 7. The program does not require fees, or applications, or other hoops through which customers need jump; it only requires the app and customer's phone number. Moreover, T-Mobile is giving one full share of T-Mobile stock to postpaid account owners for free. T-Mobile CEO John Legere said he wants customers to be "invested" in the company. New customers will be able to gain stock, too. Every time customers recommend T-Mobile to a friend who the signs up for T-Mobile, that customer will get another share of T-Mobile stock. T-Mobile will allow people to receive up to 100 shares (for free) each year. Customers will be required to sign up for a brokerage account in order to gain access to the free awards. Customers who "gloat" about their T-Mobile perks online via Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook are eligible for even more free rewards. Last, Uncarrier 11 allows T-Mobile customers to get a free hour of GoGo WiFi on qualifying domestic flights, as well as unlimited in-flight messaging via iMessage, Google Hangouts, WhatsApp, and Viber. The free hour of GoGo WiFi (on smartphones only) will kick off June 13.

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Jun 8, 2016, 12:13 PM

Server Overloaded

Must have been an attractive promotion, or one they were completely unprepared to handle. Server issues all day long.

Jun 6, 2016, 12:38 PM

End of the list

Feels like they have reached the bottom of the list from the marketing brainstorming session.
bottom of the barrel is better than what the other providers are doing, which is nothing.

Jun 6, 2016, 1:31 PM

Pretty impressed with this company

A year or two ago I was pretty dissatisfied with T-Mobile's lack of 3G and LTE services in rural areas an hour outside the major city I live in. I switched to Cricket and AT&T for the time between and came back to T-Mo last month with a new smartphone. I can say they have done a complete turnaround, in places where I barely had service before I now have a usable LTE signal. It may not be as strong, fast or reliable as Verizon or AT&T's signal, but it works and I'm paying half what I would be paying with the bigger more evil companies, and those companies don't seem to give 2 sh!ts about providing perks for customers. Stuff like what T-Mobile is doing, not just from a network perspective but from a customer service angle, is stuff that wi...
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