'Even More Plus' Plans Vanish from T-Mobile Web Site
T-Mobile's "Even More Plus" plans, which allow users to purchase devices for full price in exchange for lower monthly rates and no contracts, have disappeared from T-Mobile's web site. Instead, T-Mobile redirects interested customers to its prepaid offerings. T-Mobile has not responded to requests for comment on the change in its offering.
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What do you mean I don't get an upgrade???
You have no idea how many Even More Plus customers have told me they are switching to someone else because, even though their plan is cheaper with us, they are getting a free phone from carrier x.
The "buy phone full price, save money on your monthly rates" module has officially been tried by a major carrier and doesn't work.
I know, I know THAT would never happen. Verizon or AT&T would pull a double cross ...
wow its not hard
lets say a no contract em+ is for 1 phone with unl t=t=w that comes out to 80$ with a contract its 100$ now lets say a phone is 400$ with no contract and with a contract its free with the 2 year contract.. now your going to save more money in the long run with a no contract as opposed to a contract.. but people want to save right now and then complain...
its so simple and easy its always an obvious choice but people want free these days
Personally I'd prefer to keep the 480- in my pocket today as 80 bucks over 2 years (11 cents a ...
T-Mobile Still offering EM+
It's unbelievable hard to explain to a customer why they can't get both the inexpensive plan AND the free/discounted phone.
In general, customers are agressive and very determined to get something for nothing....
I personally still have a myfave's plan and won't give it up for anything!
So what if it's a "gimmick",MyFaves needs to come back T-Mobile!
Absoutely. That was one of the reasons why I joined T-Mo to begin with.