Back in May earlier this year, T-Mobile had introduced a new campaign that targeted subscribers from rival Verizon Wireless. The campaign was called #GetOutOfTheRed, and basically it allowed customers who decide to defect from the Big Red and switch to a T-Mobile One unlimited plan to have their remaining device balances completely paid off by the Uncarrier, no matter how many number of payments have yet to be made. As for early termination fees, they are paid up to $350.
Rather quietly, T-Mobile has chosen to terminate its special pricing for its One Plus unlimited plan, effectively increasing the price from $5 per month to $10 per month, on top of the monthly fee it charges for its standard One unlimited plan. Thus, a single line of service under the T-Mobile One Plus plan is now priced at $80 per month. As for four lines of service, that now costs $200 per month.
T-Mobile is introducing a new special offer that is made available only for a limited time. In this promotional deal, the third biggest wireless carrier in the United States has decided to offer four lines of service of unlimited data for a price of $140. Specifically, users who opt to subscribe to a couple of lines of service of the mobile operator’s One Unlimited data plan will get to have a pair of extra lines of unlimited data for the price of one. To summarize:
Since August of last year, T-Mobile’s One and One Plus unlimited data options have already been live on postpaid, but customers of the third biggest wireless carrier in the United States have yet to see unlimited data make its way to prepaid. Well, their wait is over -- the mobile operator has debuted its new prepaid One spin off, albeit quietly.
T-Mobile has apparently decided to increase the monthly data cap on its unlimited plan by a couple of extra gigabytes. Thus, the 28 gigabyte data allotment each month has now been bumped to 30 gigabytes. According to TmoNews, the wireless carrier made the change in the data cap quietly just this week.
Back in August of last year, T-Mobile introduced two new unlimited plans -- T-Mobile One and T-Mobile One Plus. Since the launch of these options, the major US wireless carrier has been aggressively courting prospective subscribers by way of promotional deals and plan improvements. This time around, the third biggest mobile operator in the United States has decided to upgrade the bigger of the two plans.
Less than a month after announcing its new T-Mobile One and T-Mobile One Plus plans, the third biggest wireless carrier in America has decided to drop the pricing for a new multiple line plan geared towards families or groups. Indeed, T-Mobile is now offering its customers the chance to sign up for four lines of service that come with unlimited voice calls, text messaging, and data on the T-Mobile One plan, and expect to pay only $140 a month.
T-Mobile’s new single unlimited plan -- T-Mobile One -- is set to go live on September 6th of this year, which is about a week away. But apparently, the third biggest wireless carrier in the United States is bringing some last minute changes to its latest plan just days before it officially launches. What changes exactly? These include faster unlimited hotspot data, HD day passes, and the introduction of a new One Plus premium unlimited option.
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