T-Mobile Tweaks Plans, Matches Discounts for Switchers
T-Mobile is tweaking its plans, including one increase that applies to existing plans, and extending a new discount-matching deal to new customers switching from competitors. To account for Netflix raising its prices, customers on an existing T-Mobile One plan with Netflix on Us will see a new $2/month Netflix charge starting in July. Customers can avoid the charge by dropping NetFlix on Us, or switching to a new Magenta plan. The new Magenta plan is the same as the existing T-Mobile One plan, but only includes Netflix Basic, (which does not include HD), although it does include 3 GB of 4G mobile hotspot data. The higher-tier T-Mobile One Plus plan is being renamed Magenta Plus, but is otherwise unchanged, including full Netflix. Starting June 2nd, new customers switching from Verizon, AT&T, or Sprint can also new have special discounts matched, up to $15 per line. Eligible discounts include employer, corporate, affiliate, military, and senior discounts.
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