T-Mobile's Streaming their Uncarrier event at 10am PDT - Watch it Here!

You might have heard that T-Mobile is doing an Uncarrier event today in New York City. Well they are. It's starting at 10am PDT (that's 1pm EDT for those on the east coast). John Legere and T-Mobile have been hyping up this event like crazy lately. Legere says that he's going to rewrite the rules of wireless today. Now what exactly that means, we aren't quite sure, but we'll find out in less than an hour, when John Legere's takes the magenta stage here in New York City.

T-Mobile has done a number of Uncarrier events during Legere's tenure running T-Mobile. Many of which have been pretty big events, with some pretty big announcements. This time around, Legere is hyping up the event pretty tough. So we might see an even bigger announcement from the magenta carrier today from NYC. Rumors have been swirling that it'll be in regards to business accounts. So perhaps T-Mobile will start giving out discounts to certain employees, or even better, making better business plans for businesses that offer their employees a company smartphone. Which is actually really popular, especially for those that need to be on call like doctors, nurses, and even IT departments, who need to fix stuff when they go down.

Some other rumors were regarding Data Stash, calling it Data Stash 2.0. However, T-Mobile announced that on Monday, so that's unlikely to happen today, but then again, who knows. T-Mobile will also likely update us on their network, with how their LTE network is coming along and providing more bandwidth (which in turn brings you more speed) as well as where the Band 12 network is at. You can watch it all live from the link down below. It all kicks off at 1pm EDT or 10am PDT depending on your time zone.

This is Uncarrier 9.0 for John Legere and T-Mobile, quite the milestone for the magenta carrier. What kind of surprises could they have up their sleeves this time around?



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