T-Mobile seems to be doing its best to entice customers to switch over to their network. For starters, the company has launched a free 30-day hotspot Test Drive offer exclusively for non-T-Mobile customers to experience their network. Another way the company is expanding eSIM support to its postpaid users. Here is more information on the carrier’s latest initiatives:
T-Mobile is running a promotion that’s great for those who plan to get a family or group plan.
Earlier today, T-Mobile unveiled that it will be giving a free third line to both new and existing customers. This promotion is called “2019 Sprint Into Summer 3rd Line on Us” and is currently available in all T-Mobile retail locations and on their website.
A few days ago, Twilio officially launched its Programmable Wireless service, a SIM based Internet of Things (IoT) offering powered by the wireless network of T-Mobile. Programmable Wireless is being positioned as a tool that developers can take full advantage of especially if they want to create services built around the concept of IoT.
Wirefly has released its most recent Cell Phone Carrier Internet Speed Rankings for the final quarter of 2017 through the first three months of this year, and it appears that the two biggest mobile operators are not only leading the industry in terms of the size of their subscriber base, but also in terms of how fast their average overall web connection speeds are:
Want to enjoy unlimited minutes of voice calls, text messages, and data, and pay only $15 every month? You can do exactly that if you sign up for any one of Teltik’s voice call plans right now. And for good measure, the mobile service provider is also promising to give $50 port-in credit on selected plans, but one will need to hurry though -- the port-in credit deal is only good until January 5th.
Black Friday mania might get exaggerated at times (and we get the feeling that sellers like it that way), but this annual event does serve up some really interesting and worthwhile deals, if one only knows where to look. With regards to that, we can offer some assistance through our official Black Friday smartphone sales guide.
In the last 24 hours or so, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approve several Special Temporary Authority (STA) applications from various mobile operators who want to immediately push through with efforts to restore wireless connection services in Puerto Rico. As of now, the country is still without much power or mobile connectivity about three weeks since Hurricane Maria had hit.
No matter how hard we wish it so, 5G is still not commercially available. But the good news is that the Big Four carriers in America (Verizon Wireless, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint) are also busy beginning to transition to this wireless technology over the course of the next couple of years.