T-Mobile Gives 40% Discount to Anyone 55 or Older
T-Mobile has a new set of "Unlimited 55" plans for customers who are at least 55 years of age. The plans come in three tiers just like its plans for everyone else, and include the same benefits at each tier, they simply cost around 40% less. The plans are available for one or two lines (not more). For accounts with two lines, only the primary account holder must be 55+ and show ID to qualify both lines for the special rate. The cheapest plan is Essentials Unlimited 55, which runs $55 total for two lines ($27.50/line), or $40 for a single line. Like the standard Essentials plan for everyone else (which costs $45/line for two lines), taxes and fees are not included at that price, hotspot is limited to 3G speeds, Mexico and Canada roaming is limited to 2G speeds, and international roaming includes texting but not data. The Magenta Unlimited 55 plan runs $35/line for two lines (normally $60/line), or $50 for a single line (normally $70). All taxes and fees are included at that price. It includes international data, including 4G in Canada and Mexico. It also includes 1 hour of Wi-Fi data on fights. The premium plan is Magenta Plus Unlimited 55, which runs $45/line for two lines (normally $70/line), taxes and fees included. It includes faster international data, HD video streaming, unlimited in-flight Wi-Fi, Netflix, and automatic voicemail-to-text.
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