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More About T-Mobile
T-Mobile is the third largest
carrier of the big four US carriers and the second largest GSM provider, with
over 30 million subscribers. The company is owned by international
mega-telco Deutsche Telekom, serving as its US wireless operation, and can
trace its roots to the establishment of VoiceStream Wireless PCS in 1990.
T-Mobile is known for its
competitive pricing structure and superb customer service. In comparison with
other providers such as Verizon, it offers great value
plans, and since its recent 'unCarrier'
makeover, all plans are contract-free. The downside to this is that subsidized
phones are no longer offered; T-Mobile customers will either need to purchase
their new phone outright, or can opt to make a down payment followed by
installments over 24 months. If a customer decides to cancel their
T-Mobile service before their device is paid off, they'll need to pay out the
outstanding balance before switching to another carrier.
One of the definite pros of T-Mobile is its unlimited data
plans. Unlike supposedly ‘unlimited’ plans sold by competing carriers,
T-Mobile doesn’t throttle speeds when its customers reach certain download
limits, giving it a definite edge. Combined with the comparative affordability
of its unlimited plans, it’s a strong lure for customers who love browsing the
Web or social networking.
T-Mobile has positioned itself as the
Un-Carrier, innovating with such programs as making all their plans
contract' and introducing 'early upgrade
plans' and many new features in the wireless market, most of which have
been copied by their competitors. T-Mobile's recent growth has seen it add
more customers than other networks so the Un-Carrier is on to something.
T-Mobile's Network Specs:
- Technology: GSM
- 3G Bandwidths (UMTS): 1700MHz/2100MHz
Bandwidths (HSPA+): 1700MHz/2100MHz
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Fast Facts: T-Mobile
one of the "Big Four" cell phone carriers in the United States, a key player
in the wireless market. Founded in 1994, T-Mobile USA is helmed by outspoken
CEO John Legere.
- Network: T-Mobile's 4G LTE network runs on LTE
bands 4 and 12. These bands use the frequencies 1900,
1700 def and 700a. For phones using 2G or 3G network
technology, the T-Mobile network will primarily use the 1900 MHz
Coverage: At last check, T-Mobile
ranked #3 in overall coverage in the U.S. That may change, though, as
the company quickly buys up spectrum in previously-uncovered areas.
Where to Buy: T-Mobile products can be purchased
online or at
one of the company's over 3,500 U.S. stores.
Bring Your Own Phone to T-Mobile: Customers can bring
along their unlocked, GSM-compatible phones for service on T-Mobile. Just
make sure that the device supports T-Mobile's LTE bands and 3G frequencies;
you can check here.
- Tethering: T-Mobile's unlimited ONE plan includes
unlimited hotspot data at up to 3G speeds. Customers can add ONE Plus to get
unlimited Smartphone Mobile HotSpot data at up to 4G LTE speeds.
Prepaid: T-Mobile offers a litany of prepaid plans, and also owns prepaid carrier MetroPCS.
- Taxes & Fees: One of the biggest perks of T-Mobile is
that all taxes and fees are included in the price of their plans.
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