T-Mobile JUMP two smartphone upgrades a year plan that T-Mobile revealed last week, we've now heard similar ideas from both AT&T and Verizon. Today AT&T announced their new "AT&T Next plan" with the promise that users can upgrade their smartphones once a year, instead of every 24 months. The idea sounds great, but T-Mobile has a few comments on AT&T's "answer".
T-Mobile revealed a few pretty awesome changes to their plans moving forward, and one we're excited about is JUMP. Both new options from the carrier are available starting today, and you'll want to sign up for them right away so you can get prepared to make a jump to a new smartphone in just 6 months. More details on both new options can be found after the break.
T-Mobile has officially announced their new no contract mobile broadband offerings. Just in time for summer it looks like T-Mobile will be offering some decent 4G mobile broadband services for those that don't like to sign contracts. The new plans and pricing details below will be available from T-Mobile starting May 20th. They might not be the best prices around, but for no contracts I think some will like what they have to offer.
T-Mobile is in the news again with details regarding a new unlimited calling plan that they will be offering up to contract-free customers. No longer is this option only available to on-contract subscribers because starting in April that is exactly what they will have available. Below are more details and a screenshot with the information direct from T-Mobile.
planned to offer a family-share plan in 2012, but had no hard evidence to back it up. Now, it seems we have a leaked snapshot displaying a new option in Verizon's computer system.