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If you're a T-Mobile customer and feel left out of the current iPhone 5 craze, know that the company is doing everything it can to keep you on their network. Not only did they just announce a new CEO among reports of customer losses, but the company is now offering special content for Galaxy S3 owners as well the new phablet from Samsung, the Galaxy Note 2.
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Galaxy S3 owners on the T-Mobile network will be treated to a free HD version of the Marvel Avengers movie beginning September 25.
"T-Mobile is committed to bringing leading-edge smartphone experiences to our customers by offering new features, including exciting content such as 'Marvel's The Avengers,'" said Brad Duea, senior vice president, product management, T-Mobile USA.
If you're a Galaxy S3 owner, you can go ahead and download the movie for free beginning September 25 by visiting the Samsung Media Hub.
But that's not all - the company is also poised to launch the Galaxy Note 2. Samsung recently confirmed that the same five carriers who helped launch the Galaxy S3 smartphone will also be helping launch the Galaxy Note 2. This may come as as surprise to T-Mobile customers who just bought the original Galaxy Note from the company, but it should be a welcome addition to T-Mobile's lineup that sports the ominous lack of an iPhone.
The T-Mobile Galaxy Note 2 will feature the same specs as the international version.
T-Mobile also announced that a new CEO, John Legere, who will step in to revitalize the company, which has lost over 1.5 million customers recently, according to Bloomberg. As hype and demand for the iPhone 5 keeps mounting, T-Mobile stands as the only major U.S. carrier to not offer the handset. AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint all carry the iPhone series and will launch the iPhone 5 tomorrow, on September 21.
John Legere helped revitalize telecommunications company Global Crossing, and is expected to help T-Mobile help retain and gain customers - a good news for all you existing T-Mobile users.