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Screen Shot 2014-01-08 at 4.13.06 PM4:15 PM — T-Mobile continues to attack its competitors with new and entertaining ways.  After announcing its “Uncarrier 4.0” plan, the company now has a way for you to express yourself to your current company.  If you plan to part ways with your current carrier, whether it be AT&T, Sprint or Verizon, T-Mobile will help you with the “breakup.”

If you head over to T-Mobile’s Facebook page, you will see a very entertaining way to create a breakup letter. To get started, choose your wireless carrier and then choosing a reason for the breakup, for example “I’m tired of you hiding things from me,” or “I’m tired of you using me for money.”  After you choose a reason, you choose a reason as to why you’re switching to T-Mobile, such as “They listen to me,” “They try new things” and “They won’t try to control my life.”

T-Mobile introduced this new “break up” letter as part of their 4.0 initiative.  The company has been aggressively attacking other carriers and it seems to be doing wonders.  T-Mobile recently posted their latest numbers telling that it added 869,000 net postpaid subscribers in Q4 2013, and 1.645 million total net customers.  This beat analyst expectation, which were at 650,000.  In 2013, the carrier added a total of 4.4 million net subscribers.

What do you think?