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T-Mobile Intros Promotional Plans for Holidays

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Nov 12, 2010, 9:30 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @zeman_e

T-Mobile today announced several new plans that will be available at a promotional price point for a limited time. Both promotions apply to T-Mobile's Even More plans. Starting November 14, individuals will be able to sign up for 1,500 voice minutes, unlimited messaging, unlimited web, and unlimited T-Mobile-to-T-Mobile calling for $80 per month. Also available on November 14, families will be able to sign up for 3,000 shared voice minutes, as well as unlimited messaging, web and in-carrer calling for $150 per month. T-Mobile didn't say how long the promotion would be available. Both require new contracts.

source: T-Mobile USA

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muchdrama

Nov 15, 2010, 12:15 AM

$80 bucks?

Don't forget the $16 in taxes on your bill. That's $96. I'll stick with what I NEED (450 min + $5 for 250 texts) and tag on the $15 data Verizon is now offering. Everything I need and it's only $60 per month (including taxes).

Value. Fah!
lol $16 in taxes? Sorry we can't control your state taxes. Well apparently this plan doesn't fit your needs now does it? Well when you look at it 80 bucks get you Unmlimited web (No 2gb or 5gb stops) 1500 whenever mins nights and weekends T-Mob to T-M...
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Thats understandable, and if a small amount of minutes and texting is all you need T-Mobile has a package for that too.

500 minutes
unlimited nights and weekends
unlimited text, picture, video and instant messaging

cost: $49.00 plus tax.

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landmarkcm

Nov 14, 2010, 3:23 AM

Tmobile is no longer the value leader

They all have there things. I mean the only thing that Tmobile is offering is more whenever mins then Sprint's Everything Data plan but they are STILL charging more. So how is Tmobile's plans better? To me at least the Any mobile Anytime on Sprint plus the 2 hours earlier nights and weekends offsets Tmobiles 1500 mins & Sprints pricing is still cheaper! Tmobile is no longer the value leader they once were. Sorry to burst anyone's bubble. But I think most would agree.
The value for a lot of families lays not in having Smart phones with unlimited data, but in getting the lowest price they can while still being able to text.

A 5-Phone family plan with 750 minutes, unlimited nights and weekends and unlimited texti...
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...T-Mobile still has competitive plans, depending on the type of phone that one purchases.

For instance, if a person that wants a phone-first device (like the Nuron or the Gravity T) wants unlimited talk/text/web, it's only 10 more dollars than Sp...
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DiamondPro

Nov 12, 2010, 6:14 PM

Sprints plan is still better

Sprint still has the best plans available on a much better network. Next!!! 😎
no way not a better network thats garbage dude
T-Mobile still has the best plans available on a much better network. Next!!! 😎






I guess if discussions can be one by simply stating randoms things I win because I spoke last!
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Yes Sprint is Now the value leader! when it used to be Tmobile. I had them abt 6 years with choppy coverage. Sprint has it's issues too, but I have better coverage and savings with them. Cant beat the 69.99 plan plus I get another 20 percent off throu...
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thatmarie

Nov 14, 2010, 6:44 AM

Woo..I like the new prices :o

Yes, it seems its not the best price compare to Sprint's $69.99 but at least you can change out phones easier than on Sprint ;)


I had sprint before and their coverage SUCK...i can't make phone calls anywhere in my house and my work area and I am in DFW area! I had Tmobile 4 years +...I love it..I change phones every 3+ month and have no trouble getting it set up without calling 611 🙂

The different is Sprint is 450mins(landline&businesses) and msg&data(without the 4g) for $70+tax vs 1500mins and msg&data

I would get people to go to tmobile bc of the flexplan and the different phone every few months 🙂
justfinethanku

Nov 12, 2010, 11:07 AM

0.o !!!!!! Looks good to me!

3000 minutes= 100.00
family messaging= 20.00
data x2= 60.00
Total= 180.00 plus tax

With the promo plan your saving 30.00/mo!

How much do Smart Phone add-a-lines cost?

is it going to be another 30.00 for web, or is that the infamouse "family web" plan that we've only dared to dream about?

I guess I'll find out later in the conference call.
let me know wat the add a line fee is goin to be....i havent told us either and i am wanting to know
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Sprint

2 lines

1500 landline
data both
unl msg both
nav
>>>all cells in america free
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I found out that for the new family plan:

149.99 for 1st 2 lines- 3000 min, text, data

add a lines: $5 or $25 with data. This applies to all type of phones, whether smartphone or feature phone.

I hope this info is correct; it looks good.
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justfinethanku

Nov 12, 2010, 12:41 PM

Add a line for $5.00 OR $25.00

If you want to add a line to the account you can do it for either $5.00 for just talk and text or you can add the $25.00 package for talk text and web.

Now THAT is a pretty slick deal.

Once you get to the third, fourth line you're even matching boosts pricing and getting better phones w/discount!
flip mode

Nov 12, 2010, 9:48 AM

Next!

lame deal, unless that $150 is for the 2yr contract price which still is asking a bit much in cost. not the month to month price which is like $30-$40 cheaper or something
nvm...i think i figured it out. 🤣
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