Labor unions have had their problems with T-Mobile. The National Labor Relations Board ruled against T-Mobile earlier this year, deeming it crossed federal labor laws by not allowing its employees to join or form a union. Big Magenta is about into another fight, this one against consumer advocates on its basic premise of being the “Un-carrier.”
USA TODAY reports that a labor and consumer organization called Change to Win is alleging to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau that T-Mobile is deceptively advertising that its users can switch off to other carriers at [...]
T-Mobile US has been on a streak. So much so, I wouldn’t be surprised to see John Legere actually streaking in Central Park sooner or later. Hey, it could happen.
But just yesterday, we saw him tweet out another Uncarrier initiative on changing the way monthly data is doled out on family plans. Instead of having a pool of shared data — as is the trend right now — T-Mobile is returning to the old per-line allotment model. And then boosting each data dose to 10GB, standard. It’s the latest in a string of moves to convince customers to port their numbers over to [...]