El Paso, Texas switches to T-Mobile

The City of El Paso, Texas has chosen T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) to provide 1,350 voice and data lines for city employees, deployed across 26 city departments ranging from Planning and Inspections to International Bridges, the company said.

The Un-carrier earned El Paso´s business with a combination of simple, cost-effective rate plans, a rock solid 4G LTE network that meets the demands of the city´s highly mobile workforce, and truly exceptional Customer Care.

The City of El Paso is already a hub for transportation, manufacturing and tourism in the region, and the city has ambitious long-term goals to create a sustainable economy and a safe and secure environment boasting exceptional recreational, cultural and educational amenities for locals and visitors alike. Positioned right along the US border with Mexico, many of the city´s residents and employees regularly travel to the neighboring city of Ciudad Juarez.

Before switching to T-Mobile, this border location resulted in wireless plan changes and additional roaming costs, which had to be absorbed by the city and its taxpayers. Now that they´re with the Un-carrier, city employees no longer have to worry about overages or hidden fees thanks to Mobile Without Borders, which offers unlimited talk, text and data in Mexico and Canada. This simple change alone is expected to reduce El Paso´s wireless costs by as much as 20 percent.

As America´s Un-carrier, T-Mobile US, Inc. (NASDAQ: TMUS) is redefining the way consumers and businesses buy wireless services through product and service innovation. For more information, visit http://www.t-mobile.com.