T-Mobile Eyes Price Hikes As AT&T, Verizon Set to Raise Rates in March

T-Mobile is 'looking at our rate plans and looking at our policies and procedures,' exec says.

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T-Mobile hinted of coming price hikes in its latest quarterly earnings report, which was posted on the heels of news that AT&T and Verizon intend to raise rates on certain plans in March.

Customers and businesses are in an “unprecedented era” of value, with more data and faster speeds than ever before, G. Michael Sievert, head of T-Mobile US, said when asked during the company’s Q4 2023 conference call whether there were any plans for price increases.

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Esther D’Amico
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Esther D’Amico is Kiplinger’s senior news editor. A long-time antitrust and congressional affairs journalist, Esther has covered a range of beats including infrastructure, climate change and the industrial chemicals sector. She previously served as chief correspondent for a financial news service where she chronicled debates in and out of Congress, the Department of Justice, the Federal Trade Commission and the Commerce Department with a particular focus on large mergers and acquisitions. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism and in English.

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