T Mobile is tough to ignore. Except of course if you're a mobile customer.
That's because for as much as T Mobile tries to make a dent in the customer base that is AT'T and Verizon, they haven't done enough to move out of the number 3 spot in the list of mobile providers (Sprint being fourth).
T Mobile has tried unlimited data, paying for phones on a lease program (they were the first, I believe), and anything else it can think of to create waves in the ultra competitive marketplace that is the cell phone business. Everything T Mobile has done centers on customers, and how to service them better and allow them to have all the data and streaming for free that they can handle, and somehow in the process toppling the giants that are Verizon and AT'T.
And until now, they haven't been able to do that. Not even close, actually.
And with that, T Mobile is back at it with an "Uncarrier" program to try and lure customers away from the two cell phone heavy hitters that are Verizon and AT'T, but even this seems like a long shot for the masses.
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