T-Mobile Now Guarantees Your Plan Pricing, Will Pay Off Your Device When You Switch

T-Mobile Now Guarantees Your Plan Pricing, Will Pay Off Your Device When You Switch

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T-Mobile is now guaranteeing that your plan pricing won't increase while on the carrier and has announced that it will pay off your device if you switch to the service.

The two initiatives are being called: 'The Un-contract' and 'Carrier Freedom'.

The Un-contract
You can keep your existing Simple Choice plan and we won’t raise your rates. As part of this commitment, customers on existing Simple Choice promotional plans − like the Un-carrier’s ultra-popular 4 lines for $100 with up to 10 GB of 4G LTE data − can keep them for as long as they’re T-Mobile customers. And, if you have an unlimited 4G LTE plan, you can rest assured your rates won’t change for a minimum of two years. You can even change to other qualifying plans and The Un-contract guarantee kicks in again. And you can even leave when you like.

The Un-contract kicks in automatically on March 22 for all existing T-Mobile Simple Choice customers.

Carrier Freedom
To take advantage of Carrier Freedom, a customer simply ports their number to T-Mobile’s wildly popular Simple Choice plan, trades in their smartphone or tablet and buys one of our hot new smartphones. They’ll get the trade-in value right away, and a prepaid card with the balance of additional outstanding phone payments after the trade-in value when they submit the carrier’s bill to T-Mobile − up to $650 total per line on up to 10 total lines. Businesses with more than 10 lines also can also take advantage of Carrier Freedom, with bill credits up to $100 per line after the 10th line.

You can learn more about these two initiatives at the links below...

[Carrier Freedom] [The Un-Contract]


T-Mobile Now Guarantees Your Plan Pricing, Will Pay Off Your Device When You Switch

T-Mobile Now Guarantees Your Plan Pricing, Will Pay Off Your Device When You Switch
Rononswole - March 22, 2015 at 4:09am
Sure get Tmobile! if u really dont mind having multiple calls dropped per day.....over crowded network = shitty service!!
- March 22, 2015 at 4:12am
You have got to be joking? I go anywhere in my area and get the data strong service without a single dropped call. Overcrowded my ass! (Thereby groundbreaking service)
Hope 2 - March 19, 2015 at 6:36am
I used Tmobile until I switched to ATT for iPhone 3G. The service was not particularly good many years ago. I tried the Tmobile free try for 7 days campaign last year. They sent me a iPhone 5S in Los Angeles area and tried for a week. I had done several side by side speed test along with my att iphone and company Verizon iphone. The speed was very impressive and much better than ATT and Verizon. The only problem was that the network was spotty on some location. e.g I got very weak signal at my gym (almost not usable). But overall, I think I am impressed. If not my company has ATT discount for my phone bill, I already switched back to Tmobile.
Cedeño66 - March 19, 2015 at 3:31am
I had them since monipoint then voice stream then tMobile then quit them because they're service went to shit and they only guaranteed outside service. However, if this really is not too good to be true, I will switch to them later this year. Maybe In September when the new iPhone comes out.
Cedeño66 - March 19, 2015 at 3:32am
How is their service anyway these days?
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