T-Mobile wows with fresh, fast 4G LTE phones Video
T-Mobile wows with fresh, fast 4G LTE phones Video Transcript
-I can finally announce the phone that redefined the industry is coming to T-Mobile. It's an affordable unrestricted way to buy an iPhone 5 right now from T-Mobile for $99. -Hey, guys. This is Brian Bennett at CNET.com and right now, we are at T-Mobile's launch event in New York for their new network and pricing plans. And right now, we have some big news today. Basically, we find out that the iPhone 5, the BlackBerry Z10, the Galaxy S4, as well as the HTC One are all gonna be coming to T-Mobile for $99 for just one upfront payment. Of course, the plans won't have any contract and all phones will be supporting the new 4G LTE network for T-Mobile as well as the new enhanced network as it move over to 1900 MHz spin. So, it's been a very eventful show. I'm Brian Bennett for CNET.com.
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