Magenta Pegs Come in T-Mobile Version of Lite Brite Toy, according to Telecompetitor

From Telecompetitor:

BELLEVUE, Wash. — November 23, 2021 — Now that the dark days of winter have descended upon us, if there’s one thing we could all use a little more of, it’s a dose of lite-er lights and brite-er brights. And what more obvious way to do that than to bring T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) and Hasbro (NASDAQ: HAS) together to introduce Lite-Brite T-Mobile Edition, now with 184 magenta pegs.

Named one of the 100 greatest toys of all-time by Time magazine, Lite-Brite has been lite-ing up smiles and inspiring holiday nostalgia for children of all ages for more than 50 years. Meanwhile, over the past two years, T-Mobile has been lite-ing up the 5G map of America with the nation’s largest, fastest and most reliable 5G network including recently hitting nationwide Ultra Capacity 5G status.

Limited supplies of Lite-Brite T-Mobile Edition are available right now at for $19.99 plus free standard shipping through Cyber Monday. In addition to 184 all-new magenta pegs, each unit comes with four wireless-inspired templates and all the traditional Lite-Brite pegs that generations of children have used to create rainbow-colored fish, sailboats and unicorns. At the 5G Lite Brite website, users can download and upload design templates to add hours upon hours of fun.

“Toying with the mobile industry – killing off annual service contracts, crazy-high international roaming fees, data buckets, etc – has always been at the heart of the Un-carrier. So who better to partner with than Hasbro – the name in toys – to come up with what I expect to be the holiday gift for 2021,” said Mike Sievert, CEO of T-Mobile. “I like to think the 7-year-old me would’ve had an even bigger smile creating a Lite-Brite airplane with magenta pegs. With our partner, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, we’re going to bring that “even bigger smile” to thousands of Club kids and teens through toy drive donations in communities across the nation.”

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