Aug 29 AT 12:06 PM Alex Wagner 6 Comments

T-Mobile Un-carrier 7.0 event going down September 10

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Mark your calendars, folks, because we now know the date on which T-Mobile will announce its next Un-carrier move.

T-Mobile is now sending invitations for its Un-carrier 7 event, which will take place on September 10 at 1 p.m. PT, 4 p.m. ET. The big shindig is happening in San Francisco, but there’s no word yet on exactly what T-Mo’s got planned.

So what might Un-carrier 7.0 be all about? Well, the caption for the invitation says “this time it’s personal,” so perhaps T-Mobile’s got some sort of individual plan or offer up its sleeve? We’ll have to wait for September 10 to find out for sure, but until then you can swing by the comments section below and tell us what you’d like to see from Un-carrier 7.0!

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  • EdC

    I hope it is something about their horrible data roaming policy.

    • RK

      What left now except lowering tariffs, As I guess, T-Mo may start to sell unlocked devices at subsidized rates……………………………. http://www.telecomvibe.com

  • Daniel C

    Something to do with the 700mhz spectrum is my guess. AT&Ts phones run on this, so I’m betting there will be a “try us for a month with your current (AT&T) phone.” There’s probably a new individual plan or two in there as well.

  • Dirty_Azkals

    Screwing over the disabled! How UnCarrier is that right? Let’s hope peoe with hearing disabilities don’t switch.

    http://consumerist.com/2014/08/28/fcc-fines-t-mobile-819000-for-selling-phones-that-dont-work-with-hearing-aids/

  • Guest

    Maybe they’ll pay me to be a customer. So far they haven’t beaten my $45 3gb plan. If they add iPhone 6 to their free trial program, I might see if it’d worth giving up Android once and for all

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  1. EdCGuest 9 months ago

    I hope it is something about their horrible data roaming policy.

    • RKGuest 9 months ago

      What left now except lowering tariffs, As I guess, T-Mo may start to sell unlocked devices at subsidized rates……………………………. http://www.telecomvibe.com

  2. Daniel CGuest 9 months ago

    Something to do with the 700mhz spectrum is my guess. AT&Ts phones run on this, so I’m betting there will be a “try us for a month with your current (AT&T) phone.” There’s probably a new individual plan or two in there as well.

  3. Screwing over the disabled! How UnCarrier is that right? Let’s hope peoe with hearing disabilities don’t switch.

    http://consumerist.com/2014/08/28/fcc-fines-t-mobile-819000-for-selling-phones-that-dont-work-with-hearing-aids/

  4. GuestGuest 9 months ago

    Maybe they’ll pay me to be a customer. So far they haven’t beaten my $45 3gb plan. If they add iPhone 6 to their free trial program, I might see if it’d worth giving up Android once and for all

  5. DownloadGuest 9 months ago

    Download the latest ANDROID Apps& Games.For FREE

    http://goo.gl/COhh61