What you need to know
- T-Mobile's next un-carrier move announcement has been scheduled for May 4, 2022, at 10 a.m. PT.
- The announcement will be in the form of a livestream with a question and answer section from media and analysts.
- T-Mobile says the event needs no set-up giving no hints about the upcoming announcements.
T-Mobile's next un-carrier move has been scheduled (opens in new tab) for May 4, 2022, at 10 a.m. PT. In a webcast, CEO Mike Sievert will be joined by other executives to announce the carrier's next Un-carrier move. The announcement claims that this next move required no set-up but T-Mobile has had plenty of reasons to be optimistic given its recent strong earnings in Q1 of 2022.
In Q1, T-Mobile managed to add 1.3 million new customers including additions. T-Mobile also saw an improvement in rural markets with an increase of 40%. T-Mobile also proved the potency of its 5G network for fixed broadband with 1 million customers (opens in new tab) and availability to 40 million customers across the country. The carrier expects to have 7 to 8 million fixed wireless customers by 2025.
T-Mobile will be hosting the event as a webcast with a following question and answer session for media and analysts. You can watch the event (opens in new tab) on T-Mobile's website live at 10 am PT on May 4. Naturally, a replay will be available to those that can't tune in live.
Last year, T-Mobile unveiled its Scam Shield software to help protect customers from scam phone calls. This software is available for free to most T-Mobile customers and has helped make using your phone, and answering calls from unknown numbers, safer.
T-Mobile already has some of the best cell phone plans available with its Magenta and essentials plans. T-Mobile also began offering a new cheaper Base Essentials plan for those that want a cheaper postpaid option from the carrier. This cheap plan is a great choice for those that have been looking to prepaid carriers for cheaper plan options but want to stick with T-Mobile and its feature like Scam Shield.
When Samuel is not writing about networking or 5G at Android Central, he spends most of his time researching computer components and obsessing over what CPU goes into the ultimate Windows 98 computer. It's the Pentium 3.
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