T-Mobile Offers Family Unlimited Plan
Jun 4, 2008, 11:12 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Beginning today, T-Mobile is offering a new unlimited family plan for subscribers. The initial line is required to subscribe to T-Mobile's $99 unlimited everything plan. After that, each additional line added to the account will cost just $49 per month, but will still have unlimited national voice minutes, SMS, MMS and IM.
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For $99 + $49 2nd line, I would expect..
Continuing its efforts to give families the freedom to stay connected on their terms, T-Mobile USA, Inc. announced a new unlimited family plan that mee...
Everyone else is still charging $99.99 per line, and Sprint is the only one that offers unlimited data included for that price.
Even if you have 2 smartphones on T-Mobile it is still going to come out to $10 less per...
$149 a month to talk on the phone?????
Who needs to talk that much?
Even 1500 minutes is a lot of hours with a phone glued to your ear....like 25 hours???
Only those who use a phone for business need this plan
look at the ARPU
But 5 lines under T-Mobile's play is $300 a month in revenue divided by 5 lines = $60 a month. Very high ARPU.
it's all about the total ticket with the carriers, not the sum of the parts.