Today, new T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert teased the company's next Un-carrier event on Twitter. The video in the tweet pretty much just shows a phone vibrating and ringing with the text, "...Stay tuned". One other bit is that the phone is set to the time 7:16, and clearly this was meant to be a clue, as T-Mobile has confirmed that it's holding its next Un-carrier event this Thursday, on July 16.
Of course, the event will be held virtually, and it will start at 11:30AM Eastern Time. It will be hosted by Anthony Anderson, and then Sievert will "unveil how the supercharged Un-carrier will continue to change wireless for good". There will also be a Q&A following the event with T-Mobile executives.
T-Mobile has historically used these events to unveil some new change that's antithetical to what a mobile carrier like AT&T or Verizon would do. For example, that's where the firm originally announced that it was getting rid of contracts, that you can stream music and video with Bing On and not have it used against your data cap, later that it was abolishing data caps, and more.
You can tune into the event at t-mobile.com/uncarrier.