What CES 2014 Meant For Mobile Users Reviewed

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When T-Mobile decided they wanted to shake things up in the mobile industry, doing things like getting rid of contracts and offering to pay early termination fees, it was a great day for consumers.

Every year, the Consumer Electronics Show descends on Las Vegas, and sets the tone for the year in tech with announcements, product launches, and more. This year’s CES proved particularly interesting in the mobile industry, and consumers who were paying attention to the events of CES may be able to use their knowledge to drive savings on their phone bills and a better overall mobile experience.

According to Jason Hope technology entrepreneur, T-Mobile’s new role as a rebellious industry outsider can only mean good things for consumers.

“When T-Mobile decided they wanted to shake things up in the mobile industry, doing things like getting rid of contracts and offering to pay early termination fees, it was a great day for consumers,” said Hope. We’re talking about an industry that has been incredibly monopolistic and set in its ways for a long time now, but once T-Mobile made the first move, other carriers had to follow suit or risk getting left behind.”

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