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    T-MOBILE: Should AT&T and Verizon Be Scared?

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    T-MOBILE: Should AT&T and Verizon Be Scared?

    Post  worldorg on November 20th 2013, 5:42 am

    T-MOBILE recently made headlines. First it was canceling 2 year contracts, then it was offering free 200MB (I know its small, but its free) data on all purchased iPads.

    It's a new strategy called "Uncarrier," led by the charismatic CEO John Legere of T-MOBILE. Once known as the crappy carrier (trust me they were pretty bad), has now sprung up and become one of the most feared mobile competitors ever. When asked about competitors such as AT&T or Verizon on Bloomberg TV, he simply smiled like he had already won the competition.

    AT&T and Verizon are not standing still. Ma Bell (old name for AT&T) has "tried" to come up with new plans that compete with T-MOBILE's annual program for upgrades. So far AT&T's plan has not much subscribers.

    T-MOBILE recently reported over 1 million new subscribers to its network. An amazing feat, considering Sprint, AT&T, and Verizon all lost subscribers this recent quarter. Not only that, T-MOBILE has more tricks up its sleeves...

    Remember international roaming charges? Yeah, those that charge you like a dollar a minute. At T-MOBILE, call hundreds of minutes without any charges in any country (almost every country). This has scared big carriers like Verizon, who loves charging its customers outrages fees to support its own profits. Fees at T-MOBILE, not so much anymore.

    Intelligent Debate: What do you think about T-MOBILE?

    Also, Answer the poll above for your favorite carrier!


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    Re: T-MOBILE: Should AT&T and Verizon Be Scared?

    Post  Render on November 20th 2013, 6:07 am

    I've recently seen many new T-Mobile commercials where they advertise their no hidden fees on international calls. I don't know if this is true, but most of T-Mobile's previously subscribers were usually of minority races. The majority races tend to prefer Verizon and AT&T, or even Sprint. These minority races are more likely to make calls out of the country, making them develop an affinity for T-Mobile.


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    Re: T-MOBILE: Should AT&T and Verizon Be Scared?

    Post  worldorg on November 20th 2013, 6:24 am

    Yes demographics of these companies are different.
    However, I believe T-MOBILE is making an effort of appealing to the consumer, in general.


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    Re: T-MOBILE: Should AT&T and Verizon Be Scared?

    Post  Zoidberg on November 20th 2013, 6:46 am

    T-mobile sucks...I barely get service in some places.


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    Re: T-MOBILE: Should AT&T and Verizon Be Scared?

    Post  worldorg on November 20th 2013, 6:50 am

    Not for long though. They earned so much spectrum from the failed AT&T deal. So now they can expand its network.


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