If there's one thing which T-Mobile could be closely associated with, it's always having some sort of a deal to offer to customers. This week the carrier is poised to be offering a handful of different deals and special promotions for subscribers. Things jump off starting tomorrow as T-Mobile is rumored to be gearing up for more customer invites for the Rhapsody UnRadio at no cost to the users. The service will reportedly remain free for a complete 30-day cycle after which customers will need to pay the $4 monthly along with their bill if they want to keep it. As for how customers will be chosen it's said that texts will go out to subscribers individually. How T-Mobile is choosing these subscribers is unknown.
On June 11th and June 12th, T-Mobile has some other stuff in the works as well. June 11th is Thursday, which is when customers who want to learn more about how to utilize their camera to the best of their abilities will be able to grab help from a brand new T-Mobile help program. The idea is to help subscribers with tips and tricks on how to make the most out of their photos and snap the very best picture they possibly can. The word is T-Mobile will also have a content in place where subscribers can submit their pictures for a chance at winning, although there is no detail on what the prize might be if there is one.
On this coming Friday T-Mobile will reportedly be making some changes to their Unlimited 4G LTE simple choice plans. According to TMO News, T-Mobile will be raising the tethering limits for the Unlimited Simple Choice 4G data plans by 2GB, and this goes for both existing subscribers with a hotspot simple choice plan as well as new subscribers on those plans. As an example, customers who are on a new or existing 5GB Hotspot 4G LTE Capped plan will end up being changed to 7GB as their tethering limit. This goes all the way up the ladder with every hotspot limit amount. So far these promos are just rumors without any official confirmation from T-Mobile, but look forward to more details being made public as we march closer to the official dates when the promotions are supposed to kick off.