Speakasy? Personal? T-Mobile plays it coy for Un-carrier 7.0 event
T-Mobile has scheduled its next Un-carrier event for Wednesday, September 7 where it plans to announce, well, something. It’s not clear what we might get out of T-Mobile and its promise of “This time it’s personal.” Factor in a password of “Speakeasy” and we might assume some sort of custom-picked plan, options, or rate choices. Of course, that’s pretty vague for us to even type, let alone imagine.
John Legere and the T-Mobile team invite you to join us in San Francisco on Wednesday, September 10 at the T-Mobile store at…
We’re anxious to see what merits a standalone event just so quickly after rolling out some new initiatives over the last few weeks. Just recently we saw them add new streaming music service providers to the list of Music Freedom and more data for its Simple Starter option. What could be so big that it would call for more than another press release? Thoughts? Sound off below if you’ve got an idea.
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