T-Mobile customers traveling in Russia get free unlimited High-Speed Data, Calling and Texting

The biggest soccer tournament in the world only happens once every four years, and this time Un-carrier customers get the hat trick with their phones :)

Starting June 11 and through July 20 after the last match, unlimited data and calling just work in Russia for T-Mobile customers with postpaid plans, at absolutely no additional cost.

Having unlimited high-speed data will help customers traveling to the World Cup share photos and video, stream, and stay connected with speeds that ought to be much faster.

With T-Mobile ONE, Un-carrier customers already get free data roaming and texting in 140+ countries and destinations (customers automatically get unlimited data at up to 2G speeds).

Un-carrier customers also get free texting all flight long and a free hour of smartphone Wi-Fi on domestic flights with Gogo.

Company ran a similar offer earlier this year for the 2018 Winter Olympics.

T-Mobile One subscribers already get unlimited 2G data, but the high-speed data will be much more useful for sharing photos and videos and generally staying connected in a foreign country.


The Un-carrier is an official sponsor of “The Adventures of Kesha and Macklemore” tour, which will hit 29 U.S. stops this summer.

T-Mobile customers can get up to two tickets for just $30 each – saving $15-25 per ticket on average – from T-Mobile Tuesdays! And because the Un-carrier is all about up-front pricing, the price you see is the price you pay — $30 is all-in, including taxes and fees!

Claim your $30 tickets today through June 30 in the T-Mobile Tuesdays app while supplies last and redeem by August 5.


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