The T-Mobile "UNcarrier" event is underway and it looks like we have some details on everything from devices and plans to overall changes. As expected, some of this has already been revealed over the past few days. Needless to say, these latest details have arrived direct from T-Mobile. So with that, lets begin with talk of devices.
T-Mobile has announced several 4G LTE capable devices. Some of these are Android, and some are from other companies. Beginning first with the most important for the Android Community readers and the device list includes the Samsung GALAXY S 4, Galaxy Note II and the HTC One. Other LTE capable devices that will be available with T-Mobile include the BlackBerry Z10, iPhone 5 and the Sonic 2.0 Mobile Hotspot.
Moving over to the topic of plans and T-Mobile is referring to this as the Simple Choice. T-Mobile has said this will remove the contracts and also "take the pain and confusion out of the wireless experience." This means users will be able to pick from one plan that offers unlimited talk, text and data and also upgrade their device anytime they want.
On the topic of the LTE network it looks like the are planning to have coverage available for 100 million users by mid-year 2013 and 200 million by the end of the year. The LTE network is also officially launching in seven markets which includes Baltimore, Houston, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Phoenix, San Jose and Washington, DC. Otherwise, T-Mobile will soon be kicking off the "T-Mobile un-leash" campaign which will play on the western film genre.