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T-Mobile About to Blow Telco's Minds?

T-Mobile CEO John Legere hinted that his company was about to make another big splash in the wireless industry and if this report from TmoNews is accurate then he wasn’t kidding. An unnamed source tells TmoNews that T-Mobile is planning an initiative that would pay off subscribers’ early termination fees if they switch from a rival carrier to T-Mobile. Specifically the source said that the company is planning “a project codenamed ‘Houdini’ which will give switchers up to $350 in credit when they switch to TMO” with a particular emphasis placed “on families switching up to 5 lines regardless of contract end dates.”

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T-Mobile Drops Contracts

Mobile Madness

T-Mobile, the fourth largest U.S. cellular carrier, has announced sweeping changes to its phone plans.

“Customers love smartphones, everyone hates contracts,” John Legere, president and CEO of T-Mobile USA, said on stage Tuesday at the company’s Uncarrier event. And with that the company killed the idea of two-year contracts. Full Story at

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March 30, 2013 Internet TV Pioneers and T-Mobile's Daring Plan

Internet TV Pioneers

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Hope Springs Eternal

Art and Jennie McCafferty are Great Lakes Sports Publishers. They have offered their clients  print magazines, websites, video channels , online magazines, online newsletters, Facebook and Twitter.  After 34 years they are still alive with

This is an example of where publishing is going:

New York Times:  Snow Fall,  The Avalanche at Tunnel Creek

T-Mobile No Contract Phones:  Next Big Winner or Last Gasp?

Our Internet Advisor Team discuss the big announcement by T-Mobile that it is banishing all contracts.  Pay for the phone as you go and, depending on the data package, you would pay $50-$70/month for as long as you like.  Will T-Mobile finally put an end to Telco stranglehold or is this the final straw for an also ran?

Mike BrennanWeekly feature with Mike Brennan, editor and publisher of, highlighting technology headlines from Michigan and around the world that impact of our state’s growing high tech sector.

Hour 2: Answering Listener Questions.

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T-Mobile Announces No Contract Broadband Accounts

The number three player in the cell phone market is looking to shake up the scene with a tempting offer. The pay-in-advance, overage-free solution that offers an allotment of mobile data, makes it possible for customers to choose a pass that best fits their data needs without committing to a two-year contract. Full story

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