T-Mobile Has a Mysterious Major Un-carrier Announcement Tomorrow




Today T-Mobile announced that they would be making a major announcement tomorrow, April 20th. According to T-Mobile, this will be the “next un-carrier move on April 20th.”

We still don’t know exactly what T-Mobile will announce tomorrow, but leaks have come out that T-Mobile will reportedly be making changes to its plans.

According to the Mobile Report, T-Mobile will be retiring its Magenta plans and replacing them with a new brand called “Go5G.” Exactly what that means is unknown at this time.

The Let’s Go slogan in the image they used for the event seems to support the rumors about the “Go5G” naming.

It is being reported that these new “Go5G” plans will unify the marketing for all of their plans.

Here is all that T-Mobile has said about this event.

What:  T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) will announce the company’s latest Un-carrier move

When:  Thursday, April 20, 2023 at 9AM PT (12:00AM ET) – the perfect day to smoke the competition

Who:   T-Mobile’s CEO Mike Sievert and President of Marketing, Innovation and Experiences Mike Katz

Where:  https://t-mobile.com/uncarrier

Cord Cutters News will have full coverage of everything T-Mobile announces tomorrow.

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