T-Mobile's 'personal' Uncarrier 7.0 event to be held at San Francisco store on September 10

T-Mobile's 'personal' Uncarrier 7.0 event coming Sep 10

T-Mobile's scheduled their next Uncarrier event (this one being Uncarrier 7.0), and they're holding it on September 10th. The tagline for this event? "This time it's personal"… whatever that means. Unlike previous Uncarrier events, which have taken over convention spaces and theaters, this one is being held at the T-Mobile retail store at the corner of Market St and 3rd St in San Francisco. It's a little store. In fact, the sidewalk outside might be bigger than the store inside.

T-Mobile's walking into the fire here, though, with Apple's likely iPhone 6 and maybe iWatch event scheduled for the preceding day](http://www.imore.com/apple-announces-september-9-special-event), and sure to be still consuming media coverage around the nation.

At the last Uncarrier event we saw not just the unveiling of T-Mobile's week-long network trial, but also their exemption of streaming music services from data allowances. What T-Mobile and CEO John Legere have in store for the 10th, we're not sure, but we can bet it'll be full of bombast and swearing.

Source: TmoNews

Derek Kessler

Managing Editor of Mobile Nations, Army musician, armchair pundit, and professional ranter.

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T-Mobile's 'personal' Uncarrier 7.0 event to be held at San Francisco store on September 10

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Curious to see what T-Mobile will be charging for the down payment and monthly for the two new iPhone models. I think the 5.5 is going to be steep.

I like their sense of humor. I don't get much of a signal from them where I live, but I like how they don't take themselves too seriously.

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I love watching Legere work. Very entertaining.

"Get Personal" and have it in front of a store. Sounds like a retail initiative of some sort. Maybe training classes for customers? Personalized set up and classes like an Apple Store?

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"This time it's personal" sounds like a wearable to me. Personal watch, right after the Apple announcement. Well played T-Mobile.

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When you see people gushing about a carrier, you know their marketing team is doing something right. Nevermind the poor coverage.

Coverage rocks in Colorado, California, and Vegas...that's all I care about.... I couldn't care less about your needs

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I am thinking they are going to be creating more personal plans for customers. Not all customers need unlimited and personal file sharing for free with tmobile.

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