T-Mobile has announced a mysterious Uncarrier 5.0 event

T-Mobile has been pretty aggressive the past year or so, making some big strides and announcing some pretty controversial deals for their customers, all of which have succeeded in getting the carrier’s name splashed across headlines on the internet. This has usually taken place in the form of their Uncarrier announcements, and it looks like T-Mobile is preparing for yet another one. The carrier has recently started sending out invites to Uncarrier 5.0 which they have announced will be taking place on the 18th of June 2014 in Los Angeles. Apart from the tagline which reads, “We don’t play it safe and sound,” not much is known about what T-Mobile plans on announcing. 

T-Mobile is announcing the next phase of their “Uncarrier” approach, and have begun sending invitations to “Uncarrier 5.0”. Held June 18 in Los Angeles, the tagline of “we don’t play it safe and sound” is prominently displayed across the invitation. T-Mobile loves to drop hints in their invitations, so what could that mean? With previous Uncarrier iterations, John Legere and friends have done a more than adequate job in shaking up the industry’s status quo. From tearing down the subsidy wall to ending contract term limits, T-Mobile has set a standard for the industry moving forward. Their earnings reflect as much, too. Since going rogue and breaking free of the shackles their contemporaries bound them to, T-Mobile ahs seen a massive uptick in subscribers. Of course, that led to the company seeing a turnaround with quarterly P&L statements, making investors happy along the way.

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