T-Mobile Intros Rollover Data, Called Data Stash
Dec 16, 2014, 10:50 AM by Eric M. Zeman
T-Mobile today announced Data Stash, a way for customers to retain unused data from month-to-month. Rather than allow unused data to expire, T-Mobile will let customers keep access to that data for up to a year. For example, customers who have a plan with 5GB of data access per month, but only use 3GB, will see the unused 2GB added to their monthly allotment for the following month for a total of 7GB. Further, to kickstart the whole service, T-Mobile is putting 10GB of data in each customer's "data bank." T-Mobile is requiring a minimum level of service in order to qualify for Data Stash. Data Stash will be available for free to T-Mobile customers with a postpaid Simple Choice plan who have purchased at least 3GB of phone data or 1GB of tablet data per month. T-Mobile said there's no limit to how much data users can collect and store in Data Stash. The company said "you won’t lose data you don't use."
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Brad K said:...
Just like rollover minutes this sounds a lot better than it is. Sure there are some people out there who are inconstant with how much data is used each month and this would be good for them. But I have done hundreds
1. Families or individuals on a budget, but are using just slightly to moderately under 3GB per month, but well over 1GB may see a benefit now and again, as they can occasionally use a bit m...
Simply they will say that all your data will be roll over data, and call it something stupid like Banked Data or Data Save or somethin...