T-Mobile announces Uncarrier12 and T-Mobile ONE

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The ever colorful John Legere has hit YouTube to announce Uncarrier12 and T-Mobile ONE which means the carrier will offer only one plan, fully unlimited. Current customers can continue to stay on the plans they have if they so choose but Legere offered up the T-Mobile ONE plan as a brave new alternative. Check out T-Mobile’s press release and John Legere’s full video below.

Legere unveiled T-Mobile ONE – a radical new take on how we access the mobile Internet. With unlimited everything – talk, text and high-speed smartphone data – T-Mobile ONE unleashes customers to just use their smartphones without ever worrying about data limits again. With this industry-shaking move, T-Mobile ONE upends the very idea of traditional wireless rate plans with a single, simple, 100% unlimited offer for smartphones … and even tablets. Even video is unlimited at standard definition, utilizing the company’s ground-breaking video delivery technology first introduced with Un-carrier X.

And, of course, it’s all on America’s fastest 4G LTE network. T-Mobile’s LTE network has been built for just this purpose – to unleash unlimited data. With newer technology, faster speeds and ever-expanding coverage that now reaches nearly every American, T-Mobile’s network is built for how people use smartphones today – and is the reason the Un-carrier can now eliminate the data plan. The carriers’ older, slower, more crowded networks just can’t offer unlimited data to everyone.

“Only T-Mobile’s network can handle something as huge as destroying data limits,” said Legere. “Dumb and Dumber can’t do this. They’ve been running away from unlimited data for years now, because they built their networks for phone calls, not for how people use smartphones today. I hope AT&T and Verizon try to follow us. In fact, I challenge them to try.”

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  Source: T-Mobile
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