T-Mobile today announced a slew of new prepaid Monthly4G plans. The first plan offers unlimited talk, text, and 2GB of web at 4G speeds for $60 month. Those who exceed the 2GB soft cap will see their data speeds throttled down, but will still be to access unlimited mobile data. T-Mobile also announced new Pay by the Day plans. For $3 per day, T-Mobile pre-paid customers have access to unlimited talk, text, and 200MB of 4G data (throttled above 200MB). For $2 per day, customers have access to unlimited talk, text, and 2G web. Last, for $1 per day, customers have access to unlimited text. Voice minutes cost $0.10 each with the $1 daily plan. All plans are available at T-Mobile retail locations as well as T-Mobile's web site.
You sound like a disgruntled former employee...why are you upset with the Pay By The Day. It is just an additional type of plan that they offer. It is not replacing another plan that is good, but it is just another choice. I do not think it will b... (continues)
Is it me or does TMO have way to many freaking different plans. I mean seriously they just rolled out that $30 pre paid plan for Wal-Mart like 2 weeks ago. Add to that the dozen different post paid plans they have and its just super confusing for consumers. I think this is where Sprint has really killed them, you ask most anybody how much Sprint is and most know that its $79.99 for unlimited everything. If the deal doesn't go through with AT&T I'm sure TMO will be gone within a couple years.
Well Sprint does not have unlimited everything for 79.99 (just unlimited to mobile, 450 min to landline, data and text included. I think many sales reps are positioning it as unlimited everything, and customers do not know the difference).
T-Mobile is the company that is in the middle. They have to compete with the likes of Cricket and MetroPCS while also competiting with sprint at&t and verizon. All these plans are necessary for competiting at a high level.
Even with all the new plans and devices, their coverage area is poor, and GSM signal has been severely degraded in a lot of areas, no reception, dropped or missed calls, and their cohort AT&T who is trying to buy them out isn't any better, wake up people!
cyclekid58 said: Even with all the new plans and devices, their coverage area is poor, and GSM signal has been severely degraded in a lot of areas, no reception, dropped or missed calls, and their cohort AT&T who is trying to buy t
I also live in North Idaho, and wish the coverage was a little better, but I get great coverage when I need it, traveling. I don't char that I don't get coverage in the mountains near home, because I don't need it then.
There is also now a $30/month plan that allows for 100 talk minutes, unlimited text, and unlimited 4G data (throttled above 5 GB/month). For those of us who use our smartphones heavily for data but don't talk so much, this plan is genius.