T-Mobile will look past bad credit scores for those that pay on time

By Shawn Knight
Jan 22, 2015
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  1. Earlier this week, the head of Deutsche Telekom - T-Mobile's parent company - conceded that the disruptive provider's Uncarrier strategy isn't sustainable over the long run. Seemingly unfazed by the admission, T-Mobile's outspoken chief John Legere on Thursday forged ahead,...

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  2. Scshadow

    Scshadow TS Guru Posts: 467   +97

    Yeah, we're pretty sure if it wasn't sustainable, it wouldn't be done. So let Uncarrier continue. Really though, this is more of a win for T-Mobile to recognize statistics and approve people by real world credit performance and not credit history. I have grown up in an age where all the financial advisers are credit rating this, credit rating that. On and on about credit rating and I hate it.
  3. SalaSSin

    SalaSSin TS Booster Posts: 135   +42

    Wow. That **** is completely illegal in Belgium. You can't discriminate customers who pay too late for promotions, only those who don't pay at all.
  4. CaptainTom

    CaptainTom TS Booster Posts: 156   +61

    Makes sense, fair enough.
  5. Just remember if you are with T-Mobile and you leave to another carrier, they will charge you an extra month's worth of service if you go onto next month's plan even one day.
    And then send you to collections if you don't pay up.

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