T-Mobile's latest Uncarrier initiative targets businesses with simple pricing (and a free website)

By Shawn Knight
Mar 18, 2015
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    T-Mobile’s latest Uncarrier move is turning its attention to businesses. The new initiative seeks to simplify pricing for business customers and provide them with a free .com domain name and website. Here’s the skinny on Uncarrier 9.0.

    Announced during a press event in New York City earlier today, pricing for customers with 10-19 lines of service is set at $16 each while those with 20 or more lines will pay just $15 per line. Should a business necessitate 1,000 or more lines, they’ll be priced at $10 each.

    Each business line includes unlimited talk and text with up to 1GB of 4G LTE data per month. Employees needing more data can add an additional 2GB to a line for $10; unlimited data commands an extra $30 per month, per line. If you’d prefer to operate from a pool of data, 100GB of shared data starts at $475.

    A partnership with GoDaddy, meanwhile, will provide users with a free .com domain and website designed to help small businesses develop their online presence. This offer is available to businesses that have at least one line with additional paid data.

    Turning his attention to average consumers, T-Mobile CEO John Legere promised that the rates that people are paying for service today won’t go up for at least two years so long as they remain customers. Such is even true for users on a promotion set to expire – it’s now permanent. Rates could, however, go down, he added.

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  2. Skidmarksdeluxe

    Skidmarksdeluxe TS Evangelist Posts: 6,335   +1,937

    I only know about T-Mobile from what I read on TS but with all the great things I've read about lately I'm surprised AT&T, Verizon, Sprint etc. are still in business. If I lived in the U.S. or knew anyone with a U.S address that I could use they'd definitely be my wireless carrier. And Deutsche Telecom want to get rid of this division?...

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