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Can you feel it, T-Mobile customers? There's a change in the air, and come next Tuesday we'll all find out exactly how the fourth-placed U.S. carrier plans to claw its way back in the months to come.
AllThingsD reported Monday that T-Mobile USA will be holding a media event on Tuesday, March 26 in New York City, where the company will lay out its future and more immediately, its big plans for 2013.
"We're still a wireless company," the invitation reads. "We're just not going to act like one anymore."
The invite certainly reads like the company will finally detail its full "un-carrier" plans for breaking the subsidized device shackles, which has been widely expected for the first quarter of this year.
The carrier also recently announced it would get the iPhone at long last, although it seems likely they would wait until this year's model arrives before touting that deal any further.
One thing very likely to be announced is the company's 4G LTE rollout, which is already said to be ready to go in Las Vegas and Kansas City -- all that remains is T-Mobile flipping the switch to make it available to customers.
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