T-Mobile Jazzes Up Its T-Mobile One Plan
T-Mobile today announced several new options for its T-Mobile One plan that adds various features for a few dollars more per month. To start, T-Mobile One customers can turn their plan into a T-Mobile One Plus line for $15 more per month. This nets unlimited 3G data speeds when roaming overseas; unlimited HD video passes; unlimited Gogo in-flight WiFi; voicemail-to-text transcription; and advanced caller ID. T-Mobile has made another option available called T-Mobile One Plus International. It adds unlimited high-speed mobile hotspot when traveling overseas; and unlimited calling from the U.S. to landlines in 70 countries and cell phones in 30 countries. The T-Mobile One Plus International line costs $25 more than the standard T-Mobile One line. Both new plans are already available from T-Mobile.
Verizon Intros More Flexible Mix-and-Match Unlimited Plans
Verizon Wireless today overhauled its unlimited postpaid service plans. The company now offers three tiers of unlimited service that each has its own features.
T-Mobile Uncarrier 12 Heralds Fully Unlimited Service
T-Mobile today announced T-Mobile One, a truly unlimited rate plan that includes all-you-can-eat data, messaging, and minutes. T-Mobile says the new T-Mobile One plan includes many of the Uncarrier benefits, such as T-Mobile Tuesdays, Stock Up, WiFi Unleashed, Carrier Freedom, Mobile Without Borders, and Global Freedom.
AT&T Follows 'Unlimited' Lead Set by Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint
AT&T today announced its own unlimited family plan meant to compete with the likes of those introduced by Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile, and Sprint earlier this week. Beginning Feb.
T-Mobile Debuts Plan for Those Over Age 55
T-Mobile today rolled out the T-Mobile One Unlimited 55+ offering, a wireless plan that includes two lines with unlimited talk, text, and LTE 4G data for a total of $60. That price includes taxes and fees, but requires autopay.
T-Mobile Slightly More Generous with Revised 'One' Plan
T-Mobile today made several adjustments to its T-Mobile One plan in order to halt the firestorm of criticism the plan has received. First, T-Mobile One subscribers will be able to use an unlimited amount of mobile hotspot data at speeds up to 512Kbps.