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LAS VEGAS — T-Mobile this morning announced a new “KickBack” program that will credit customers up to $10/month for unused data on lines that use less than 2 gigabytes per month. The company also promised to include all taxes and fees in its advertised rates.

In addition, T-Mobile announced preliminary fourth-quarter results, including another quarter of more than 2 million net customer additions. Continue reading for our live blog from the event with T-Mobile CEO John Legere at CES in Las Vegas this morning.

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