The big travel news this past week was yet another example of T-Mobile shaking things up in the cellular industry. The latest is their introduction of the T-Mobile Personal CellSpot, which is like having a T-Mobile tower in your house (or wherever you choose to put it). My biggest (and really only) beef with T-Mobile is that my phone pretty much works everywhere but in my house, so the CellSpot means I can now get rid of my home line and just use my cell phone. The best part is that except for a $25 deposit, there’s no additional cost.
I don’t know about you, but I’m so glad I switched to T-Mobile after they starting offering free international data in 120+ countries. Yes, the signal is weak for apps, but I’m still able to use email and upload photos to my Facebook, Instagram and/or Twitter accounts.
That’s not the only news they announced this week either. Starting September 17, they’ll be offering free in-flight texting on all Gogo-equipped flights—plus, they’ll match any better trade-in offer from AT&T, Verizon or Sprint and even pay for your family’s early termination fees. Traveling has just gotten cheaper thanks to T-Mobile.
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