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T-Mobile turned more than a few heads during its Uncarrier 8.0 event that was held in late December. The wireless carrier announced a new take on the “rollover” plans by extending it your monthly data allotment (for postpaid accounts). Under T-Mobile’s Data Stash initiative, customers can rollover their unused data month-to-month and keep that amassed data pool for up to a year. T-Mobile even sweetened the deal by giving their customers a 10GB “Starter Stash” to kick things off. Today, T-Mobile is extending Data Stash to its prepaid plans starting on March 22. Data Stash will be available to Simple Choice prepaid customers and the terms are pretty much identical to what was previously announced... Read more...
During T-Mobile’s Un-carrier 8.0 announcement held last month, John Legere introduced the Data Stash program which allows customers to rollover unused data from month-to-month. T-Mobile even sweetened the deal by adding 10GB of data into customers’ Data Stash for free to get them started. We knew it wouldn’t be long before T-Mobile’s larger competitors would come swimming along, and AT&T is the first to take the bait. AT&T announced this morning that it too will offer rollover data, but it is much more limited compared to T-Mobile’s Data Stash. While T-Mobile’s Data Stash will allow you to rollover unused data month-to-month, for up to a year, AT&T will only allow you to rollover... Read more...
Remember back in the day when you actually had a fixed amount of voice minutes per month to use? Yeah, I know that some of you are still on fixed-minute plans, but most of us have moved on to unlimited voice/text/data plans. Companies like AT&T would allow you to “rollover” your unused minutes from one month to the next; so if one month you were a bit lean on your voice minutes, you could bank those minutes to use in the future if you found yourself bumping up against the “hard” voice minute limit. Under the new Un-carrier 8.0 initiative, T-Mobile is applying a similar concept to mobile data. Instead of simply losing the tiered data that goes unused during a given billing cycle, T-Mobile... Read more...