T-Mobile introduced a new Android application on Wednesday called “More for Me.” The app offers T-Mobile customers with phones running Android 1.6 or later, daily deals based upon their preferences, location, and interests. Discounts are provided by sites such as LivingSocial, which is available in more than 260 markets, but there are also exclusive discounts from T-Mobile or its partners. T-Mobile customers simply need to install the T-Mobile More for Me app from the Android Market to get started. Read on for the full press release.
T-Mobile Launches More for Me — Combines Daily Deal Offers Into One Easy Place for Consumers
The beta version of the T-Mobile More for Me application for Android provides personalized offers, discounts and deals to consumers on any mobile operator
BELLEVUE, Wash. — June 15, 2011 — T-Mobile USA, Inc. today announced More for Me™, a nationwide aggregation service that offers consumers the best in daily deals. The service is completely free. Beginning today, consumers using nearly any Android™-powered smartphone can download the beta version of the T-Mobile More for Me application from Android Market™ to get the best and timely offers, discounts and deals from some of the biggest names in daily deals tailored to their preferences, location and interests.
More for Me is the first nationwide daily deal aggregation service of its kind from a national wireless carrier. Discounts and deals are generated from popular social buying sites, such as LivingSocial – the online source for handpicked experiences at a great value – as well as exclusive offers from T-Mobile and its partners. Customers can get discounts on a wide variety of products and services, making it easier than ever for people to save money while on the go.
“Consumers are constantly looking for ways to save money and are turning to social buying apps in droves,” said Brad Duea, senior vice president, value added services marketing,
T-Mobile USA. “With T-Mobile’s More for Me application for Android smartphones, we’re bringing together the leading daily deal sites into one easy-to-navigate place so consumers spend less time searching and more time saving.”
The T-Mobile More for Me application is customizable, enabling consumers to find the most relevant deals, closest to their exact location. Users have the opportunity to see deals from a variety of retailers, in nearly any city, with many deals tailored to meet their specific interests and preferences.
“LivingSocial works directly with merchants in all of our 260+ global markets to craft great deals that drive our valuable members through their door,” said Jake Maas, senior vice president, corporate and business development, LivingSocial. “We are excited to bring our handpicked experiences to the millions of consumers who will enjoy T-Mobile’s new More for Me app.”
T-Mobile Android customers, and anyone with an Android-powered mobile phone using Android 1.6 or higher, can download the More for Me application from Android Market for free today.
In partnership with Out There Media, a global leader in mobile advertising, T-Mobile will expand More for Me to reach virtually all of its customers, regardless of phone type, by offering them the option of receiving free text messages of exclusive offers, discounts and deals. The T-Mobile More for Me application is also expected to be built for other popular mobile operating systems later this summer.
In both the application and opt-in text message experience, T-Mobile More for Me enables consumers to specify their interests and demographic information in order to receive the most relevant offers, deals and discounts.
More information on the T-Mobile More for Me application is available at https://market.android.com/details?id=com.tmobile.moreforme.
The college rules are not fair. Universities are bringing in massive amounts of revenue thanks to the talent of football and basketball players. The fans will pay to go see them, they will buy the players' jerseys or school apparel, they will pay to park and pay to eat in the school cafeteria.
All the while, the players don't see a penny of that money.
I am a college kid. My parents pay a lot of money for me to put my school's name on my resume, hoping it will mean something to my future boss. They pay a lot for me to eat sub-par food (my school eating facilities committed many health violations including having rat feces beside the storage of food and a grasshopper in a student's sandwiches, the list goes on) and live in a 17x20 foot room with two other kids.
Every college student worries about money. My school's campus is located in an area known as Little Italy so once or twice a month my friends and I go to a cheap restaurant to get a break from the cafeteria. We ask for the bread provided to the table to be wrapped up because our cafeteria only provides bread sticks.
To be honest, if people were willing to pay a lot of money for my stuff, I'd do it in a heartbeat. We're immature college kids, I'd love money to take that girl on a date or buy that expensive bottle of vodka I had last week (I don't condone underage drinking, but it happens pretty often in college believe it or not).
Just look at the ESPN documentary Fab Five. The school provided nothing to them, but reaped the benefits. And then Chris Webber gets in trouble for trying to get money. I'd love to be given a car. Asking any college kid to turn that down is stupid. The people providing these things to college kids should be punished not the student.
I sympathize with these kids who are criticised for breaking the rules that don't favor them (rules are rules but come on).
The actions of the North Carolina football players are asinine. The recent report that 12 players accumulated $13,000 in parking tickets is jaw-dropping. My college does not have a good football team.
Most of them are still cocky and mostly just hang out amongst themselves, and you could tell most are not the smartest kids you'll ever meet. But it is up to the coach to keep these kids on the right track. Parking tickets are easy to avoid, just park in the right spots.
The North Carolina kids showed a disrespect to the law by parking in fire lanes and handicapped spots. The coach didn't know about this?
These kids need to be taught discipline. Adding on to this situation was the group of players (most of whom still got drafted into the NFL) who got suspended this season. If it was up to Butch Davis, do you think they would have been suspended?
Probably not because it hurts the team. The kids show a disrespect to the law for parking tickets, just imagine what will happen when they are actually getting paid for real. The crimes could escalate and this is not what college football is all about.
I get it that Terrelle Pryor broke the rules, but making an extra buck and showing a disregard to the law are much different.
Butch Davis should take the brunt of the criticism. Letting his players get out of control is unacceptable for a man who is supposed to be a positive influence in their lives. This was over a three and a half year period so it wasn't just this year when a group got suspended.
If coaches lose their jobs for being ignorant to players getting money, then being ignorant to players breaking petty rules should be a red flag for any program. I hope North Carolina puts pressure on Butch Davis to resign, just like Jim Tressel was pressured to do by Ohio State.
Say whatever you want, Davis deserves it more than Tressel.
Comment, argue, let me know what you think. Thanks for the read
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