T-Mobile’s next Uncarrier update plans to change the way you buy phones


T-Mobile is always looking for ways to shake up the mobile industry. Their next Uncarrier move looks to change the way you pay for your phone…again. Leaked marketing material has revealed Tmo’s plans to change how we pay for phones on a monthly cycle.

According to the material, T-Mobile is planning to offer its own device. There’s not much info on the device, but we assume it will be a budget phone. T-Mobile’s plan will try to offer a flagship device for a more affordable price. The plan will also include a lifetime warranty and insurance.

We don’t know when T-Mobile will announce these changes, but it should be sometime this year. The T-Mobile device is an interesting idea, but it has been done in the past with bargain bin devices. It would be interesting to see a carrier branded flagship. What do you think?

Joe Fedewa
Ever since I flipped open my first phone I've been obsessed with the devices. I've dabbled in other platforms, but Android is where I feel most at home.

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