Mike Mozart

T-Mobile’s New Customer Reward Program Includes Free T-Mobile Stock

It’s not just AT&T that’s decided the way to a customer’s heart is through free stuff. As of today T-Mobile is joining the club, with give-aways ranging from pizza to company stock. Yes, literal shares of the business. [More]

T-Mobile Unveils Free Video Streaming For Two Dozen Services, Doubles Data Plans

T-Mobile Unveils Free Video Streaming For Two Dozen Services, Doubles Data Plans

T-Mobile CEO John Legere today, at the company’s tenth “Uncarrier” announcement event, confirmed earlier reports that the big pink phone carrier will shortly stop charging streaming video against customers’ data plans. [More]

T-Mobile CEO John Legere Compares AT&T And Verizon To Rapists, Apologizes

T-Mobile CEO John Legere Compares AT&T And Verizon To Rapists, Apologizes

Last night, T-Mobile announced two cool new programs to entice potential subscribers: streaming music won’t count against customers’ data caps, and a test-drive program so people considering ditching their current carrier can give T-Mobile a try. Those are great, but one passing remark of Legere’s during his presentation drew some negative attention earlier today. (Warning – rape reference and F-bomb.) [More]

T-Mobile Takes Employee Discounts Away, Gives Them Back After Outcry

T-Mobile Takes Employee Discounts Away, Gives Them Back After Outcry

Employee and college student discounts are a useful mobile phone deal if you’re eligible for one: they can add up to a substantial discount on your personal phone plan. They’re also a traditional part of the standard carrier pricing ecosystem. As part of its continuing efforts to become an “uncarrier,” T-Mobile decided to end these discounts. They didn’t expect the customer outcry that followed. [More]

Rumor: T-Mobile Will Pay Your Whole Family’s Early Termination Fee If You Switch

Rumor: T-Mobile Will Pay Your Whole Family’s Early Termination Fee If You Switch

Update: The rumor is true! We’re leaving the original post up for the record. This afternoon, T-Mobile has a big announcement planned this afternoon for the assembled nerds at CES in Las Vegas. That announcement? They’re not saying. But a mysterious banner ad started to run on tech sites this morning, and that ad leads to a site that isn’t yet live. That ad promises to pay early termination fees with your current carrier for your entire family if you switch to T-Mobile. [More]