T-Mobile Announces Unlimited High-Speed Data and Calling in Brazil for the Rio Games [Video]

T-Mobile Announces Unlimited High-Speed Data and Calling in Brazil for the Rio Games [Video]

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T-Mobile has announced that its offering customers unlimited high-speed data and calling in Brazil for the Rio Games, at no additional cost.

Starting August 1, T-Mobile is unleashing free unlimited high-speed data throughout Brazil for its customers, so wherever they roam in Brazil this August – all month long – they’ll get the fastest available roaming speeds up to 4G LTE. And, calls within Brazil and back home to the US are free – as is texting worldwide. On top of that, the Un-carrier is giving families of U.S. athletes free T-Mobile service and a Samsung Galaxy S7 edge and Samsung Gear 360 camera through October, so they can capture and share every exhilarating moment of the games without worrying about extra expenses or surprise roaming charges.

“AT&T is spending millions to put their logo all over the games as the official sponsor. They introduced a new ‘Brazil plan’ last month, so their customers can foot the bill for AT&T’s VIP parties and private suites in Rio,” said John Legere, president and CEO of T-Mobile. “That couldn’t be more different from the Un-carrier. T-Mobile is freeing customers to travel to the Rio Games and use their phones without worry.”

Family members of US athletes headed to Brazil can learn more at www.t-mobile.com/brazil.

Take a look at the video below for more details...

MUKAI - July 23, 2016 at 7:08pm
Ohhh fawk Brazil
Rick - July 21, 2016 at 3:33pm
Just so you all understand what that says. 4g still isn't that great here so you will be Rio with unlimited this and that and not really be able to use sh*t. Another marketing gimmick, thanks TMO
Jj - July 21, 2016 at 3:44pm
And I just wanted to tell you that the 4g and speed here form where I live especially whoever I go hasn't dropped nor failed me in the slightest. What marketing gimmick?
Jj - July 21, 2016 at 3:44pm
from* wherever*
JuergenWest - July 21, 2016 at 8:06pm
That's not TMo's fault though, that would be the Brasilian carriers' responsibility, so VIVO, etc. During the World Cup in South Africa, Vodacom (Vodafone) brought in several temporary mobile towers. I would expect carriers in Brasil to do the same yes?
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