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T-Mobile Intros New Prepaid Option

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Nov 18, 2009, 12:40 PM   by Rich Brome   @rbrome
updated Nov 18, 2009, 1:05 PM

T-Mobile today announced T-Mobile Complete, a new pre-packaged, pay-in-advance offering. The plans are similar to the company's Even More Plus no-contract, unlimited plans, but offer the first month of service for free. Four phones are available initially: the BlackBerry Curve 8520, Samsung Gravity, Samsung t239 and the Samsung t229. Up-front phone prices start at $60. The phones are available at Best Buy and select Wal-Mart locations.

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Nov 18, 2009, 1:40 PM

Does anyone know if...

They will have a restriction on coverage/bands because this plan sounds like metro pcs. The evenmore plans are understandable but this I had to read like 4 or 5 times.
is cool and I love T-Mobile. Thank you lady in pink for delivering some sweet phones with nice plans and sim cards and being nice about it. I do love you.

I also love walkie talkies, and currently CB radios, glow sticks, skype and linux.
It is based on their Monthly, no-contract FlexPay prepaid service, which is not exactly the same as it's postpaid, though mostly similar.

It works on all of T-Mobile's US bands.
you would not have any restriction as far as any service since this is flex pay and uses same towers as postpaid unlike prepaid. only down side to flex pay is when u want to make a change on ur acount u gotta pay for bill cycle ur currently in and nex...

Nov 18, 2009, 12:43 PM


am I allowed to buy this and unlock it? I know it sounds skeet but this is a deal you can't pass up!
u can unlock it but only after having account for 90 days. and the blackberry is not 80.00 it says 80.00 on box witch is the amount of the first month of service that u get for free. i believe it is around 265.00 or somewhere in that ballpark i we...

Nov 18, 2009, 4:38 PM


Where does it say the Blackberry is 80? Cause that would be an ungodly deal me like me like!

Nov 18, 2009, 12:47 PM

Tmobile employees

I bet this will be a pain.

How many different rate plans have you had in the last year now?

From memory: postpaid, flexpay, evenmore, and now whatever this is. Not to mention anything before that. Bet your customers are confused as anything.
Tmobile complete is going to be a flexpay account type. the rate plans that it will support are even more plus. you can litteraly go out and buy the blackberry 8520 for 80.00 bucks with no contract, and your first month for free. there will be no rest...
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