T-Mobile’s iPhone 5s Test Drive: More than 12,000 people have already signed up

“The way we buy wireless in this country is patently absurd. So we’re changing it. With T-Mobile Test Drive, you can take our data-strong network for a spin for seven days on Apple’s latest, greatest iPhone – the iPhone 5s,” John Legere blogs for T-Mobile. “There’s no cost. No hidden fees. No obligation. And no more buying blind. I want you to know our network will work for you and your family – at home, at work, at school and everywhere in between –before you make a decision. I want you to experience our kick-ass network for yourself. You can pre-register now or order your test drive starting Monday, June 23 at t-mobile.com/testdrive. More than 12,000 people have already signed up to start cheating on their carrier. (Note to self: call Apple for more iPhones.)”

“Now, Simple Choice customers can stream all you want on all of the top music services – including Pandora, Rhapsody, iHeartRadio, iTunes Radio, Slacker Radio and Spotify – without any fear of eating up your data or running up overages. And this is just the start. This one’s personal for me—I want to set them all free, and stop the carriers from using the music you love as another way to rack up overage fees and push you into paying more. Any music service can work with us to be included. Vote on which services to add next at t-mobile.com/musicfreedom. Or tweet the name of your favorite music service to @TMobile with the hashtag #musicfreedom,” Legere explains. “We’ve gotten over 75,000 votes so far with Google Access Music & XBox Music duking it out for the lead.”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: Everyone go to www.t-mobilemusicfreedom.com and cast your vote to turn on Apple’s Beats Music (and Sirius XM).

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Bill” for the heads up.]

Related articles:
T-Mobile US lets customers stream unlimited iTunes Radio, other streaming services without data charges – June 20, 2014
T-Mobile US will give anyone a free Apple iPhone 5s with unlimited data to test for a week – June 19, 2014


    1. She’s nice, not annoying. But even she admitted (on a talk show) that she knew little about what she was representing.
      I’d rather have have a good network for an even better price than pay for a celebrity.

        1. My point being celebrities don’t know, and sometimes don’t care, about what they are asking you to buy.
          Fools trust them, and we pay for them.

          I don’t want to pay for them. Unfortunately, there are more of them than us.

  1. Beats headphones — need work. The Solo 2 is a promising start, but more work still to do to rehabilitate the quality.

    Beats Music — pretty good. Won’t be difficult for Apple to make it into something really special for people who want subscription streaming. I’m content with iTunes Radio myself.

    1. If you buy one now, you buy what Beats made on their own. Don’t want that.
      If you buy new models later, you get what Apple want’s to make. I have no doubt that Apple want’s to make them better, not just cool looking. I’ll wait till then.

    1. I don’t really get the love for T-Mobile over Sprint. I have had both and I personally don’t think T-Mobile even compares. How is unlimited data for music streaming services better than unlimited data for whatever the hell you want?

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