While T-Mobile might not necessarily be the biggest carrier in the US, the company has come up with all kinds of interesting offers and moves that defy industry standards. We suppose a lot of it is designed to shock customers and to wow them into switching over to the carrier’s network, and we guess it has been working.

Now if you thought that maybe T-Mobile was done with all that jazz, you could be wrong because in a report from Android Authority, they have managed to get their hands on marketing materials that allegedly reveal the carrier’s plans for the future, and more importantly it will supposedly change the way customers buy and pay for their smartphones.

While Android Authority was shy with the details of the plan (apparently they aren’t able to reveal everything yet), they are saying that it will most likely be a commitment-free plan and will also offer up features such as lifetime warranty and insurance, meaning that you won’t have to worry about buying things like extended warranty as it should be included with your plan.

Unfortunately that’s all the report had to share, and as to when we can expect T-Mobile to announce their new plans, they are saying that it will most likely take place in Q3 2017 which means that we still have a bit of waiting to do, so until then take it with a grain of salt.

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