T-Mobile Increasing Unlimited Data Plan Price by $15
Nov 11, 2015, 10:53 AM by Eric M. Zeman
T-Mobile is prepared to debut new pricing for its unlimited data plan beginning Nov. 15. The price will increase from $80 per month to $95 per month, a jump of $15. In exchange for the price increase, T-Mobile has doubled the amount of mobile hotspot data available to unlimited customers from 7GB per month to 14GB per month. Customers who exceed 14GB of hotspot data will see that feature throttled through the rest of the billing period. T-Mobile is rehashing its single and family plans, as well. The entry-level, single-line plan costs $50 and includes unlimited talk/text and 2GB of data, up from 1GB. The $65 plan bumps data from 3GB to 6GB, but also increases the price $5 compared to the previous offer. The $70 plan doubles data from 5GB to 10GB and maintains the same price point. T-Mobile's two-line family plan with 10GB of data per line increases from $100 to $120. These changes go into effect the same day T-Mobile launches Binge On, its free video-streaming program.
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