Digital Alchemist

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  • 22nd January
    2014
  • 22
T-Mobile Wants To Do For Bank Accounts What It's Doing For Phone Contracts

fastcompany:

"Millions of Americans pay outrageous fees to check cashers, payday lenders, and other predatory businesses—just for the right to use their own money," said T-Mobile CEO John Legere in a press release. “Mobile Money shifts the balance of power for T-Mobile customers and keeps more money in their pockets.

T-Mobile is getting into the banking business

I am so afraid to click on the details for this one…

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    I’m super interested to see how this develops. I’ve been basically delighted by my t-mo phone service, and would...
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    holy shit
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    I am so afraid to click on the details for this one…
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    Walmart Money Card. Rush Card. Ventra. Now T-Mobile. There’s a huge surge in stored value cards going on and potentially...
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