T-Mobile to usher in 2014 with Uncarrier 4.0

T-Mobile to usher in 2014 with Uncarrier 4.0

Get ready for yet another set of features for T-Mobile’s Uncarrier strategy. As if it was not already helping the carrier grow its base, T-Mobile’s Uncarrier initiative is about to get even better. The wireless provider’s CEO, John Legere took to Twitter late last night to tease something for the new year.

The annual Consumer Electronics Show gets started in early January so it makes sense that they announce something that week. As to what they’ll be rolling out remains unclear at this stage. And, really, what else is there that needs improvement? What’s this particular pain point?

Oh, and how about that #Randall? Wonder if that’s a shot at AT&T’s CEO Randall Stephenson. Yeah, it probably is.

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  1. Rrsrv151
    December 18, 13:55 Reply

    Maybe they gonna start offering to buy out the remainder of att contracts …..wishful thinking on my part but I’d hop right on board if they did

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