Prior to the release of the iPhone 14, T-Mobile has updated its top app with ground-breaking features that enable switching without going to a store.
Users will receive a free, unlimited 3-month trial of the T-Mobile network when the firm launches its new Network Pass feature.
Several years ago, T-Mobile first introduced its Network Pass incentive, hoping to entice switchers with a cost-free 30-day trial.
A significant update to the application was made last year, providing the capability for testing the T-Mobile network on your iPhone with an eSIM.
T-Mobile is expanding the trial offer to an amazing three months as part of Wednesday's announcements.
This entails that users can continue to use their old carrier's plan while using an eSIM to test the T-Mobile network on their iPhone for three months.
This allows users to directly compare the networks of T-Mobile and their current carrier by using an eSIM that you may access through the T-Mobile app.
According to the corporation, this Network Switch feature offers users three months of limitless usage.
"With T-Mobile’s new Network Pass, people and businesses with unlocked eSIM-compatible phones can try T-Mobile’s award-winning network for FREE for up to THREE MONTHS with unlimited data, including 5G.
"They keep their phone, their number, their plan… and they don’t even need to share their credit card number.
"People and businesses can then switch with confidence, knowing that T-Mobile works for them."
There is a new Easy Switch option in the T-Mobile app to assist users in switching to T-Mobile permanently if they so want.
This enables users to switch to T-Mobile without going to a T-Mobile shop, simply through the T-Mobile app:
"With Easy Switch in the T-Mobile app, consumers with unlocked eSIM-capable phones can simply switch their phone and number – and their family – to T-Mobile in just a few clicks.
"Because most of the latest smartphones work great on any network and have eSIM technology, most people can keep their phone and number."
Finally, a new Network Pass feature is being added to the T-Mobile app, allowing users to check "how its network compares to their existing carrier with a tailored report depending on their zip code."
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