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Yesterday we pulled together bits and pieces of information we had on the planned changes to T-Mobile’s Advantage Corporate Discount scheme. As part of those changes, we’d heard that customers who signed up before February 3rd were able to keep theirs. Turns out, that’s not the case. We were sent an internal documents with all the information set out for staff, giving them the low down on what was changing, and how they can respond to the inevitable frustration of customers’ whose discount disappears.

It’s worth noting that although plans to change the enrollment system take effect on March 31st, monthly discounts for existing customers don’t go until April 25th.

For those who currently receive the discount, this is going to sound like bad news, regardless of how T-Mobile tries to spin it. To suddenly no longer get 15% off per month makes a huge difference, particularly if you have multiple lines. But with Tmo pushing the boundaries in terms of value for money on plans, offering to pay ETF’s for customers switching and $0 down on all its phones, it needs to ensure its revenues and profits are still strong. This – along with recent changes to JUMP! and Simple Choice plans – is an effort to give more financial stability.

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Yesterday we pulled together bits and pieces of information we had on the planned changes to T-Mobile’s Advantage Corporate Discount scheme. As part of those changes, we’d heard that customers who signed up before February 3rd were able to keep theirs. Turns out, that’s not the case. We were sent an internal documents with all the information set out for staff, giving them the low down on what was changing, and how they can respond to the inevitable frustration of customers’ whose discount disappears.

It’s worth noting that although plans to change the enrollment system take effect on March 31st, monthly discounts for existing customers don’t go until April 25th.

For those who currently receive the discount, this is going to sound like bad news, regardless of how T-Mobile tries to spin it. To suddenly no longer get 15% off per month makes a huge difference, particularly if you have multiple lines. But with Tmo pushing the boundaries in terms of value for money on plans, offering to pay ETF’s for customers switching and $0 down on all its phones, it needs to ensure its revenues and profits are still strong. This – along with recent changes to JUMP! and Simple Choice plans – is an effort to give more financial stability.