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T-Mobile Intros 'Simply Prepaid' Plans

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Jan 18, 2015, 6:14 PM

Further cannibalization of MetroPCS market...

I'm pretty much convinced that T-Mobile is still bitter of all the marketshare MetroPCS stole from them in the past. Since the aquisition, a number of measures have been taken by T-Mobile to downplay their significance.
They have plastered the T-Mobile name on EVERYTHING: In-store marketing, TV/Radio spots, to even the splash screen when you startup a Metro phone. They've adopted Metro's 4for100 holiday promo plan but then offered more data. Now they've adopted Metro's regular plans. Couple that with shoveling their year old leftover phones/Tablets (Galaxy Light, ZTE Z-MAX, etc) and the picture seems pretty clear.
T-Mobile has opened up new Markets for MetroPCS and get the occassional shout from John Legere but it seems to me that...

Jan 15, 2015, 7:44 PM

Simply more expensive

Wow, Un-uncarrier pricing plans. Both Cricket (with auto pay discount) and Sprint beat on price and both top T-Mobile in amount of data at top pricing tiers. In fact the first 2 tiers look suspiciously like, hmm, metro PCSs plans.

Try again John Legere; you're looking like the guys you slam.

Jan 15, 2015, 5:16 PM

Simply Simple

T-Mobile is the biggest 4G Data coverage scam on the market today. If I had a dollar for every time I went off a major road, interstate, or out of a major city and the phone went to EDGE/2G, I could save up enough $$$$$$ to seriously upgrade the network. 🙄

Jan 15, 2015, 2:09 PM

if I'm reading that article

Correctly, only 8mbps is allowed on lte, I'm definitely getting the short end of the stick. Ripoff!
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