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T-Mobile Intros New Pre-Paid Plans

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May 17, 2010, 11:10 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Today T-Mobile announced new pre-paid calling plans. The first plan (Unlimited Text) costs $15 per month and includes unlimited text, SMS/MMS, and voice calls for $.10 per minute. The second plan (Unlimited Talk & Text) costs $50 per month and includes unlimited voice, SMS/MMS/IM and email, and no per-minute fees.

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May 18, 2010, 2:47 AM

Failed attmept to save a sinking ship

T-Mobiles customers are running to other cell carriers either because of T-Mobiles expensive price plans or their sluggish 3G connectivity. Now at the end of the 4th quarter, 10seconds left on the clock,99yds for a touchdown and down by 14pts they decided to bring out a fresh new play book in the hopes that they could turn around their awful situation into a winner. Sorry but I believe it's a lil bit too late.
Since when is adding customers and making profits "sinking"? If you want sinking, look at Sprint. There's a perfect example.

May 17, 2010, 11:20 AM

Still Expensive.

I would rather go with Virgin Mobile new plans or even with Boost which includes unlimited 411 calls.
15 bucks is too expensive? For who?

Virgin Mobile's new plans focus on web. These plans aren't focusing on the web.

Unlimited 411 wouldn't make any of my customers want to get a service. You can call free 411 and still get that same feature.
411?!!!? I never call 411,...!!EVER!! I just look up a ph # on the internet! Google Maps is very useful for that also,
$15 a month for unlimited messaging, no voice plan required.

In what hell is that expensive?

May 17, 2010, 4:42 PM

I wonder...

...if you can add, say, unlimited web for, say, $10?

That would be good. $60 for unlimited talk/SMS/MMS/email/web.
Nope - T-Mobile prepaid doesn't have unlimited web except with the Dollar-a-Day Sidekick plan. You do have the option of the 99 cent hour pass, which is unlimited for that hour...
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