T-Mobile announced a new “KickBack” program that will credit customers up to $10/month for unused data on lines that use less than 2 gigabytes per month.
T-Mobile is launching All In, which is basically "what you see is what you get." T-Mobile says it won't include any taxes or fees in customers bills, and it also committed to not raising the cost of its current plans to integrate the costs. The T-Mobile One plan will still cost $40 per line.
Las Vegas, Nevada — January 5, 2017 --T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) today kicked off the next phase in its Un-carrier Movement—and unveiled a barrage of new moves aimed at eliminating some of the worst customer pain points in wireless today. Speaking at the “Un-carrier Next” press event during CES in Las Vegas, T-Mobile president and CEO John Legere and COO Mike Sievert announced the Un-carrier is putting an end to all those crazy monthly fees and added taxes, giving you—and only you—the power to change the price you pay, and even putting money back in your pocket for data you don’t use.
More details are available on T-Mobile’s website.
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