How does a wireless carrier revolutionise mobile banking?

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T-Mobile have upended the wireless industry with their Un-Carrier approach and saw an opportunity to create a new business line to break the mould of the banking industry. The mission was simple - how might we launch a digital product that makes banking more approachable.

T-Mobile asked This Place to design The T-Mobile Money product experience and bring it to market. Working closely with their banking platform partner, BankMobile, our goal was to design a product that would build consumer trust in T-Mobile as a financial services provider, whilst also conveying the T-Mobile brand story throughout the app.

  • Business & digital strategy
  • Design & experience strategy
  • Digital product design
Example activities
  • Product, customer & market research
  • Concepting & rapid prototyping
  • User testing & iteration
  • UX & UI design
  • Design QA
A woman's hand holding a phone with T-Mobile Money app visible
The results
App store downloads
App store ratings
Fasted growing digital bank in the US
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The real benefit of T-Mobile Money might be its more contemporary app-based design, an approach that feels a bit more at home in our smartphone-centric world.
Screenshots of the T-Mobile Money app Home screens with example balances
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