T-Mobile’s Uncarrier 4 plans accidentally leaked ahead of today’s announcement

T-Mobile’s Uncarrier 4 plans accidentally leaked ahead of today’s announcement

T-Mobile will pay termination fees for families breaking contracts with other carriers

Looks like we know at least part of what T-Mobile expects to announce today at CES. As previously rumored, the Uncarrier 4.0 stuff could be all about paying off early termination fees for customers making the switch from other carriers.

From all appearances, T-Mobile plans to pay a early termination fees for those who break their carrier’s contract and trade in their current devices. The leak comes in the form of an ad/banner published early on T-Mobile’s website. Initially discovered by Droid Life, it has since been pulled. Additional details remain unclear at this point but it’s reported that T-Mobile will pay up to $350 per line when a customer ports over at least three lines.

We’ll find out all of the nitty gritty details later today; T-Mobile has a press event scheduled for 3:30PM EST.

Droid Life

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