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T-Mobile Gifting Customers with Free Unlimited Data

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Nov 23, 2015, 4:38 PM   by Eric M. Zeman
updated Nov 23, 2015, 5:18 PM

T-Mobile today said every postpaid Simple Choice customer will have access to unlimited high-speed data for the next three months. All customers with postpaid plans effective Nov. 23 or earlier are eligible. Customers will have unlimited LTE 4G data, even if they use up all their data and their Data Stash, demo Dec. 1, 2015 through March 1, 2016. T-Mobile is also offering a wide range of deals on smartphones and accessories during the holidays. T-Mobile said the promotions will change over the next few weeks and it encourages customers and prospective customers to check back regularly.


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Nov 24, 2015, 11:28 AM

I ported to T-Mobile

I bit the bullet and ported to T-Mobile. This is just one of the several reasons for doing so. I am sick of Verizon's high prices and arrogant ways. I was a 12 year customer with them and now I a with T-Mobile. So far, so good.

Nov 24, 2015, 4:16 AM

It's moves like this that make me want to switch to T-Mobile

Right now I am currently on a 20gb plan with unlimited talk and text on AT&T and I pay $90 after tax for 1 line after employer discount. I am tempted to switch to T-Mobile due to band 12 being active in my area, $95 for unlimited data (of course with deprioritization). I feel like i'd rather give my money to a company that at least invests in the customer. Anyone share band 12 experience or would I be in for a rude awakening in the Boston suburbs switching.
Suggest you try it out first to see for yourself. You can lease a phone from them and test the phone and coverage for 30 days.
Why not go with the 6GB service for $65 as streaming of audio and video are free?
You should also know that deprioritization only happens to a small amount of people in busy /congested areas. It's unlikely you would ever see it happen even with high usage.
i for one would rather see T-mobile invest in the netowrk itself than this, T-mobile still needs to work on their network to improve it not continue to just give away money till theres nothing left and finally get bought out and everything they "promi...
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