T-Mobile to ‘unleash the tablet’ on October 23

T-Mobile to ‘unleash the tablet’ on October 23

T-Mobile will conduct a live tweet conference on October 23 where the wireless provider plans to announce a second part of the Uncarrier Phase 3.0.

What would an Un-leashed tablet look like?  Only T-Mobile can offer tablets to consumers in a highly disruptive Un-carrier way!  Come hear about our next market changing offer in our first ever live press conference on Twitter.

AT&T recently introduced a $5/day no-contract tablet plan that provides 250MB of data so it stands to reason that T-Mobile will one-up Ma Bell with tomorrow’s announcement. Perhaps 500MB or more is in order? Perhaps a week’s worth of data for $5.  We’re just spitballing our own lofty ideas, of course.

You can participate in the October 23 event by tweeting questions to T-Mobile’s CEO with a specific hashtag.

Oct. 23, 2013, at 9:00 a.m. Pacific Time.

Text us or tweet us! Send your questions to @TMobile for John Legere and Mike Sievert with the hashtag #unleashthetablet. Or text a question to 313131 by typing in TMUSQA-your question (limit 160 characters). Questions will be answered live on twitter.com/TMobile and on a live audio stream at newsroom.t-mobile.com.

How would you unleash the tablet? What plans or pricing do you envision?

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