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T-Mobile Uncarrier 4.0 announcement expected at CES 2014

Official details will be offered at CES 2014

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T-Mobile Uncarrier 4.0 announcement expected at CES 2014

T-Mobile is expected to make a big announcement for its Uncarrier 4.0 plans at CES 2014. Media have begun receiving invites to the CES meeting where the plan will be talked about reports Ubergizmo. Some rumors are suggesting that the plan might have to do with covering termination fees to woo new customers.

T-Mobile hasn’t officially announced what its plans are. So far, the only official announcement came in the form of a tweet from the CEO of the company promising to remove another "pain point" for mobile customers.

Some rumors suggest T-Mobile might pay as much as $300 or more to get customers to leave their current network and come to T-Mobile. I like what T-Mobile has been pushing, I wish their coverage in rural areas was better than it is.


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