Picking a cellular provider for your phone can be a daunting choice. Although coverage from one carrier might be great for you in one location, that won’t necessarily be the same for someone in a different location.
While T-Mobile and its UnCarrier strategy are great for customers like you and me, apparently it's not the best for business.
Tim Hoetthes, CEO of T-Mobile US' parent company Deutsche Telekom, said in an interview with Recode the company's current path is unsustainable and something needs to change.
"UnCarrier" T-Mobile CEO John Legere has posted a lengthy prediction post for 2015 - you guessed it - he's incredibly bullish on his company for the new year. He expects things to go so well that T-Mobile will officially overtake Sprint to become the third-largest wireless company in the US sometime in 2015.
In its latest Un-carrier move, T-Mobile unveiled today Data Stash, a program in which all unused data automatically rolls over to the next month, for up to a year. The unused data, which is then put in the virtual Data Stash, can be used anytime during that year. To top it all off, the company is also stocking each Data Stash with 10 GB of free data.
T-Mobile announced on Wednesday that customers of its Simple Choice plans can now add $10 to their entire account to make calls internationally to both landlines and cellphones, as part of its UnCarrier initiative to shakeup the wireless industry.