Tag: T-Mobile

Just Say No To Verizon’s New Discriminatory Behavioral Advertising Program | Shear on Social Media Law & Tech

Just Say No To Verizon’s New Discriminatory Behavioral Advertising Program | Shear on Social Media Law & Tech

According to The Wall Street Journal, Verizon Communications has a new rewards program, Verizon Up, that provides credits that wireless subscribers can use for concert tickets, movie premieres and phone upgrades. While this may sound great at first glance its really a wolf in sheep’s clothing that consumers should avoid. If you don’t want to […]

What is T-Mobile going to reveal next week? | BGR

What is T-Mobile going to reveal next week? | BGR

The network has sent out invites to its next “Un-Carrier” event, happening next Wednesday. The Un-Carrier events tend to be where T-Mobile reveals big changes to its plans, devices, or network. Previous Un-Carrier events have brought us T-Mobile Tuesdays, the One unlimited plan, and a lot of magenta onesies. Right now, there’s no logical massive […]

After recent cut, HP raises price of Elite x3 Windows 10 Mobile flagship by 23% in the UK | Neowin

After recent cut, HP raises price of Elite x3 Windows 10 Mobile flagship by 23% in the UK | Neowin

HP has made a confusing mess of its pricing for the Elite x3 and Desk Dock in the UK since it launched there last year, originally priced at £706.80. Every few weeks, the company has been raising or reducing its prices, to as much as £757.20, or as low as £583.20, in addition to other […]

Why Did Verizon’s Wireless Service Revenue Fall? | Market Realist

Why Did Verizon’s Wireless Service Revenue Fall? | Market Realist

Let us look at the two important segments of Verizon’s (VZ) wireless revenue. The smaller part is the company’s wireless equipment revenue, whereas the larger part is its wireless service revenue. The declining trend in the wireless component’s service revenue continued during 2Q17. In 2Q17, Verizon reported wireless service revenue of $15.6 billion, a 6.7% […]

Verizon CFO: Customers Will Pay Up For Our Unlimited Plans; Stock Jumps | Investor’s Business Daily

Verizon CFO: Customers Will Pay Up For Our Unlimited Plans; Stock Jumps | Investor’s Business Daily

ow component Verizon Communications (VZ) stock jumped Thursday on better-than-expected wireless subscriber additions during the second quarter as its chief financial officer extolled its premium pricing strategy on the earnings call. This ad will end in 10 seconds. Autoplay: On | OffShares in the broadband and wireless services provider were up 7.7% to 47.84 on […]

What to Expect for Verizon’s Wireless Service Revenue in 2Q17 | Market Realist

What to Expect for Verizon’s Wireless Service Revenue in 2Q17 | Market Realist

Earlier in 1Q17, Verizon reported wireless service revenue of $15.8 billion, a 6.1% fall YoY. This decline in wireless service revenue is because of the reduction in overage revenue and pricing plan optimization, mainly from single-line subscribers after the launch of the unlimited offerings. About 71% of postpaid phone subscribers are now on an unsubsidized pricing […]

T-Mobile will quietly hike prices to Verizon levels | BGR

T-Mobile will quietly hike prices to Verizon levels | BGR

The hotspot data and HD video streaming are both perks that you get with Verizon’s base plan, and are arguably necessities for heavy users. Without the One Plus perk, T-Mobile’s plan is significantly cheaper than Verizon’s: The T-Mobile One plan is $70 a month for one line, whereas Verizon is $80. Four lines on T-Mobile […]

Expect T-Mobile to Continue Inflicting Pain on Verizon and AT&T | The Street

Expect T-Mobile to Continue Inflicting Pain on Verizon and AT&T | The Street

With the company charging $70 per month for 1 unlimited line, $100 for 2 lines and $160 for 4 lines — and with taxes and fees included as of January — T-Mobile’s unlimited pricing still undercuts that of its larger rivals. Not counting taxes/fees, Verizon charges $80 per month for 1 line, $140 for 3 […]

Why T-Mobile’s All-In Pricing Strategy Could Pay Off | Forbes

Why T-Mobile’s All-In Pricing Strategy Could Pay Off | Forbes

More Customers Could Migrate Towards The One Plan, Offsetting Fee Revenue Losses The T-Mobile One unlimited plans, which T-Mobile launched late last year to replace its tiered data plans, were priced slightly higher than the company’s existing base plans. For instance, a tiered plan with 6 GB of data and 4 lines cost $120 versus […]

Customer Segmentation in the Wireless Market | Strategic Pricing Solutions

Customer Segmentation in the Wireless Market | Strategic Pricing Solutions

For years cell phone service came with 2-year contracts and included a discount on a new telephone.  In the past year, however, T-Mobile started a trend of unbundling the purchase of the phone from purchase of talk, text, and data services.  Now all of the major carriers have moved to the unbundled model, with prices […]