Exciting news for anyone who likes hearing expletive-laden tirades against AT&T: Another one is likely to happen on July 10th. T-Mobile has scheduled a press conference for July 10th in New York where it promises to unveil its “boldest moves yet.” At T-Mobile’s first “UNcarrier” event this past spring, the carrier announced it was ditching two-year service agreements and unveiled a clever new pricing strategy that lets subscribers pay $99 down for premium smartphones with subsequent monthly payments for two years to make up the balance. T-Mobile CEO John Legere also called AT&T’s pricing policies “the biggest crock of s— I’ve ever heard in my entire life” and generously sprinkled profanity throughout his presentation.

Prior to joining BGR as News Editor, Brad Reed spent five years covering the wireless industry for Network World. His first smartphone was a BlackBerry but he has since become a loyal Android user.