T-Mobile's Rage Against Big Internet Tour speaks to people who find themselves "steaming mad, smoke-from-the-ears, red-faced anger dealing with Big Internet." The series of pop-ups are taking over the nation with the intention of helping frustrated customers let out their anger and angst about years of disservice. The first experiences introduce tour attendees to Whack-an-Internet Provider, which is touted as "part therapy, part game." After grabbing a magenta-colored mallet, people must patiently wait for a frustrating Big Internet policy to appear and they will find relief in mashing it back into its hole.
The Rage Against Big Internet Tour kicked off with T-Mobile's latest Un-carrier Move, Internet Freedom, which launched today for consumers and businesses. With this new option, T-Mobile is set on making it easy for broadband customers to break up with Big Internet.
T-Mobile is Kicking Off the Rage Against Big Internet Tour
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