TechBytes (03.25.13): T-Mobile's 'Uncarrier' Initiative

Company unveils initiative to offer consumers pre-paid plans without contracts.
0:54 | 03/25/13

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Transcript for TechBytes (03.25.13): T-Mobile's 'Uncarrier' Initiative
In today's tick bites T-Mobile comes the unnamed carrier that's what the number four wireless provider is calling itself as it eliminates two year contracts. And it's pricing now starts at fifty dollars a month on the other hand T-Mobile won't subsidize the cost of the phone you'll pay for it in monthly installments or supply Iran. Microsoft's windows eight store has passed a milestone it now has more than 50000 apps but the software giant had hoped -- store would. Have one and a 100000 apps at this point the problem is it's hard to sell devices when there aren't many apps and developers won't write apps for the hardware that isn't selling. And next time you're flying somewhere -- may not have to rush to finish up before -- aboard that plane the at BA reportedly expects to relax rules for the use of electronics -- -- That's during takeoffs and landings the New York Times reports the change is not likely to include cell phones. Does -- attack bites I'm John Mark.

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