T-Mobile may have received a lashing from AT&T in regards to their network, but the company may be one upping them as they’re expected to announce their contract-less system some time this month.
According to TMoNews, T-Mobile could be planning to announce its new contract-less plans as early as March 4 to then go into affect on March 24. The “uncarrier” move will introduce a number of changes to make transitioning the these new plans a little more bearable for its subscribers. Existing customers will be allowed to finish their current contracts or upgrade to a new device without a new contract, whichever comes first.
Early termination fees will also be eradicated with T-Mobile’s new plans and a new equipment installment plan tier will be introduced that would range between $25 to $30 dollars, which would help its customers not suffer from sticker shock when they learn a phone they should pay only $99 or $199 with a two-year contract should cost them way more in a no-contract world.
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