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T-Mobile Offers Three-Day Weekends

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Oct 27, 2003, 7:56 AM   by (staff)

T-Mobile recently introduced a new promotional service plan that offers unlimited weekend minutes, with the "weekend" including Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The plan, which sells for $39.99 a month and includes 600 anytime minutes, is available to new subscribers, as well as existing customers who call to switch.

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iampedro

Oct 27, 2003, 2:15 PM

I am just Glad

I am just glad that this is happening b/c when I do come arround to getting a new carrier the prices will be significatnlly better and more competitive to everyone and they will have better deals 🙂... I hear that AT&T is comming out with new plans at the beginning of December b/c they want to keep their customers...
All companies I'm sure will be coming out with new plans come November and December. For one reason its just that competitive, and another reason is all the companies are gonna be more competitive than ever when the number portability comes around No...
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Candygogo

Oct 27, 2003, 10:07 AM

About that 3 day weekend thing....

😕

I just called to take advantage of the promotion. It basically comes out to you paying an additional $2.99 for the Friday IF you already have the Unlimited Nights&Weekends $39.99 plan. In that plan, you have all day Saturday and Sunday as well as the nights from 9:01p-6:59a on the weeknights.

If you don't pay the extra $2.99, you ONLY get the 3 day weekend unlimited. No more nights! 👿

Also, your contract is extended to another year starting on the day you call. I have no problem with that as I like my T-Mobile coverage. What ticks me off a bit is the fact that you'd think that you'd get that extra day for nothing--but it's like a bait and switch. I don't know, maybe I read it wrong--$3 extra for a full day's talking...
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Ya, I dont like T-Mobile but they have offered a lot of minutes for the price. I never got coverage with them or it would go in and out of service. And I'd figure that they would charge you for the extra day, just like Cingular charging an extra $7/...
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