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T-Mobile Unveils New 30-day Free Trial for Non-Customers

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T-Mobile today revealed a new 30-day free trial for individuals to experience what it's like being a customer. The free trial, however, is only available in three cities; namely Atlanta, Austin and Boston.

According to the Un-carrier, customers can sign up for the free trial starting Thursday. You will then be sent a Wi-Fi hotspot and SIM card with an accompanying 2-day shipping for free. Once you receive the hotspot and SIM card, you can connect it with your phone in order to start using T-Mobile's network.

The free trial includes 30GB of data that you can use throughout the period. Once your trial expires before the 30 days is over, it won't get renewed. You will have to decide whether or not you will be signing up with T-Mobile. You will need to return the trial device or give it to another friend who needs to experience T-Mobile's network as well. If you decide to return the device, you won't be eligible to participate in this free trial offer for the next six months.

The free 30-day trial is available to non-T-Mobile customers. Customers under T-Mobile for Business, MetroPCS, and other T-Mobile partners are excluded from this free trial offer. You have until the end of the year to sign up for the trial.

This isn't the first time T-Mobile is offering a free test drive of its network. But because these trials are a great way for customers to gain firsthand experience of how strong T-Mo's network is, it proves to be an effective strategy to gain new subscribers.



Source: T-Mobile

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  1. Nobody will carry the hotspot around in their pocket just to see if they can get a good Tmo signal everywhere.

    They'll just use their existing phone plan instead.

    And because they're not letting people sample the true T-mobile experience, this is really just a free 30GB of hotspot data for people without home wifi.

    I fail to see how that could possibly translate into additonal mobile subs, given that mobile usage is a completely different beast than sitting at home watching Netflix.

    But if people really are suckered into thinking that a network being solid in their home means it'll be solid everywhere, T-mobile will have accomplished nothing except exploiting people's stupidity.

    That's not exactly something for an uncarrier to be proud of.

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    1. "But if people really are suckered into thinking that a network being solid in their home means it'll be solid everywhere, T-mobile will have accomplished nothing except exploiting people's stupidity."
      The real suckers are people who think their network has to be "solid everywhere."
      They get suckered every month paying extra for something they don't need or use.
      That's true stupidity.

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    2. People pay a network that is solid everywhere because they need and they use it. You are clinging to the idea that "a bad network is good". it's clear that you are nowhere near the Telecommunications business.

      people who pay more to get a network that actually works where they use their phone, on Verizon or AT & T, are getting what they need and are getting what they pay for.

      The vast majority of Americans actually need and use the extended coverage that the biggest two networks provide.

      The only "suckers" are those who are paying anywhere close to Verizon prices for a network that is significantly inferior.

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    3. "But if people really are suckered into thinking that a network being solid in their home means it'll be solid everywhere, T-mobile will have accomplished nothing except exploiting people's stupidity."

      I disagree, I know T-Mobile does not have as good of coverage as Verizon and ATT, but I still use them over the other two because they have better data speeds at home. It is more important for me to be able to stream on my smart TV and PC at home than it is to have the best phone coverage away form home. I spend more time at home than away and at home is where I use most of my data.

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  2. "But if people really are suckered into thinking that a network being solid in their home means it'll be solid everywhere, T-mobile will have accomplished nothing except exploiting people's stupidity."

    that is quite well-reasoned. These successful networks are the ones that are good at mobile, good at working just about everywhere.

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  3. If I am paying Big Red for "superior" coverage, it better be! What annoys me is I'd have to pay big red big $$ and still not have coverage at home....then I'm just helping to bulge their pockets.

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  4. T-Mobile just finished first, again, in the latest 2018 J.D. Power Wireless Purchase Experience report which measures customer satisfaction buying wireless over the phone, on the website and in retail stores. 854 points /1000 (vs 855 points in the last survey). AT&T was second with 839 points.
    Cricket won the prepaid survey, 857 points vs 843 for MetroPCS.

    Carriers do not pay J.D. Power to be included in this competitive survey, and cannot buy a good score.

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