T-Mobile is going to be looking to offer new free signal boosters to their network in order to keep cell phone users such as unlocked Blackberry Bold 9780, HTC Wildfire, etc,, from playing. Over the course of the last few months since the company was sold to AT&T, and they are looking for ways to stop the bleeding in terms of their subscriber base. The move appears to be part of a new program that the company has released. They are looking to put an end to the service quality related cancellations that have been running rampant over the course of the last few months. They have become a significant problem within the company, and even though it looks as though they are going to be acquired pending legal look over of the process, it is not currently clear what the company is going to be able to do in order to stop this out flux of their users.
Many other users are canceling their service to the poor coverage in their own home. This is something that was first leaked to the press when an internal e-mail was released that stated that this was one of the country’s biggest problems. The memo that was leaked also warned that they should not be offering signal boosters to customers when they are looking to close the sale. In order to get the signal booster the customers will need to open a new two-year service contract, which suggests that they are looking to keep these customers from canceling their service and are looking to get going on long term. It will certainly be interesting to see if they were going to be able to keep the customers from leaving as a result of that poor service in their own home T-Mobile was acquired by AT&T, but it looks as though this could not go through as the courts are looking into whether or not the acquisition was legal.