T-Mobile's Uncarrier, no-contract pricing is live. You can start at $50/month for talk/text and 500MB of data, or add $20 for unlimited. Now all it needs is some LTE—which is coming soon—and you've got yourself a wicked good deal. [T-Mobile]
Why the fuck do you keep saying Uncarrier?
Is it supposed to be a term for no-contract? Because we already have that. There's no contracts with prepaid, and it's my understanding there's no contracts on Verizon, Sprint, ETC if you bring your own phone.
Or is it "unlimited carrier," as in true unlimited? In which case, why are we bringing up the $50 plan if it only has unlimited talk-text, which, to my knowledge, not a single carrier has a history of throttling?
It just sounds like some fucking gothic Hot Topic lingo. Is that it? Is TMobile touting itself as the only carrier who understands you? Because I've seen this fucking word a number of times, and I honestly have no idea what T-Mo is doing that would convince themselves, or journalists, or whoever invented this term, that such a term needed inventing.