T-Mobile Partners With Shakira and the Rest of Globe at Un-Carrier 3.0
T-Mobile is changing up the mobile game again! The Uncarrier went to phase 3 of their Uncarrier plan today and announced 4 big changes.
T-Mobile Uncarrier 3.0 Announcements
1. 4G LTE is now nationwide (rollout). That means T-Mobile is now reaching more than 200 million people in 233 metros across the U.S.
2. Stateside International Talk & Text: T-Mobile now allows their customers to call certain countries (70 Simple Global countries) for just $10 more (to their Simple Plan). And when in those select Simple Global countries, T-Mobile customers will have unlimited text, unlimited voice calls, and pay just $.20 / minute for voice calls.
3. Starting October 31st, T-Mobile will offer unlimited text and data to 100 Simple Global countries worldwide. They will also pay just $.20 / minute for voice calls when roaming in the same countries. No activation or extra monthly fee necessary.
4. Partnership With Shakira – T-Mobile has also partnered with Latin Grammy award-winning artist Shakira to help spread key messages. The partnership between T-Mobile and Shakira goes hand in hand with their global coverage. I guess she’s somewhat of a creative director.
Those that travel often or call overseas often may breathe a sigh of relief. It’s great not having to be worried about roaming charges or international rates.
“Today is all about bringing the world closer together,. I’m excited to partner with T-Mobile and look forward to being able to share my music in new and innovative ways.” – Shakira
You can learn about T-Mobile’s plans HERE
You can learn about T-Mobile’s devices HERE
T-Mobile Unleash Event
-Mobile hosted an event at Bryant Park in New York City to announce their 4G LTE rollout, International plan add-ons and coverage. Superstar Shakira performed a set of her hits, including “Whenever, Wherever” and “She Wolf”. But that wasn’t before Swizz Beatz came out and rocked the whole park with a few mixes. By the time Shakira came out, Swizz had the crowd hype!
T-Mobile is definitely changing the carrier world. They were the first to dump contracts, and let you upgrade early. With their device roster rising, now International plans to add, AAAND they are offering a few devices at $0 down, they are definitely becoming the new competition!
Who has tried T-Mobiles’s 4G LTE service? Who is thinking of switching over?