T-Mobile USA recently announced that modifications are coming to its individual and family rate plans. Despite a proposed merger with AT&T, T-Mobile continues to aggressively target the U.S. Market. Here are the specifics regarding the new contract offering:
- Unlimited minutes
- Data packages of 200 megabytes, 2 gigabytes, 5 gigabytes, and 10 gigabytes
T-Mobile USA is a national provider of wireless voice, messaging, and data services capable of reaching over 293 million Americans where they live, work, and play and is the U.S. operating entity of T-Mobile International AG, the mobile communications subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom AG (NYSE: DT). Deutsche Telekom is one of the largest telecommunications companies in the world, with nearly 120 million customers worldwide.
Formerly known as VoiceStream Wireless T-Mobile spread its brand throughout the United States in 2002 with coverage expanding to California and Nevada. During this time a famous actress signed on as the global spokesperson by the name of Catherine Zeta-Jones.
Sources contributing to this post are T-Mobile USA and WirelessIndustryNews.org.
About Joe Barbat
Joe Barbat is the founder and CEO of Wireless Toyz in Southfield, Michigan. One of the first businessmen to retail phones from several different service providers under one roof, Joe Barbat has expanded Wireless Toyz into a one-stop destination for all his customers’ cellular and satellite television needs as well as accessories.
By securing a number of non-exclusive contracts with service providers, Joe Barbat developed Wireless Toyz as a business aimed at customers interested in a broad range of choices. Wireless Toyz was one of the first cellular outfits of its kind, and Joe Barbat has expanded the company to more than 190 locations across the country.
Joe Barbat cites his father, who was an entrepreneur, as one of his most important role models. Before he founded Wireless Toyz, Joe Barbat often visited his father’s office and video store to learn more about the process of growing a business. At the age of 17, Joe Barbat opened a kiosk selling pagers in the video store and quickly brought in enough revenue to open his own store just after one year. In 2005, Wireless Toyz opened its 100th location in Anaheim, California; in 2007, Entrepreneur Magazine ranked Wireless Toyz among the U.S.’s fastest-growing franchises.