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T-Mobile Gives Unlimited Customers More Hotspot Data

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Sep 11, 2013, 2:29 PM   by Eric M. Zeman
updated Sep 11, 2013, 6:53 PM

T-Mobile has quietly updated the mobile hotspot options available to customers who choose its $70 Unlimited plan. The original $70 Unlimited plan provided customers with unlimited talk, text, and web, but only 500MB of mobile hotspot or tethering data. If customers wanted to use their smartphone or tablet for tethering beyond 500MB per month, they had to pay additional fees for a 2.5GB or 4.5GB allotments. Now, the $70 Unlimited plan includes 2.5GB of mobile hotspot data. T-Mobile is offering 4.5GB of mobile hotspot data for an extra $30 per month and 6.5GB of mobile hotspot data for an extra $40 per month.

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Sep 13, 2013, 3:10 PM

Still not as good as sprint.

I can have unlimited data and download foxfi from the app store and get unlimited tethering.

Sep 12, 2013, 7:55 AM

Whoopdie Doo

WOW! T-Mobile is giving customers more data that costs them NOTHING extra to provide! How thoughtful!
4g uses more bandwith.......and its 2.5gb to share with up 2 5 others at the same time with out a price jump....so yea wow

Sep 11, 2013, 4:19 PM

New customers?

Article says new customers, so existing customers can't add this?
Existing customers just have to change their plan via my.t-mobile.com or go into a store and have it changed. The change wont happen automatically

Sep 11, 2013, 4:18 PM

This Post is all wrong

The 70 dollar plan included unlimited highspeed 4g and 500mb of hotspot data (it does not cost an additional $20 as this post seems to suggest). The new $70 plan now includes unlimited 4g data on the device and an addition 2.5 gb of hotspot data at no additional cost!
Actually good sir. You are the one who is wrong. The Tmobile plans have changed several times over the course of this year. At one point they did include 500MB of hot spot that is no longer the case as of a while ago. Previously the plan charged an ad...
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