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T-Mobile Throws 10GB Data Plan into the Mix

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Mar 14, 2011, 12:58 PM   by Eric M. Zeman
updated Mar 14, 2011, 12:59 PM

T-Mobile recently introduced a new 10GB monthly mobile broadband plan. The 10GB plan, which can be used with its laptop dongles and other mobile broadband products, offers access for $84.99 per month with no overage fees. (T-Mobile noted that it will throttle down the connection speeds of those who exceed the monthly limit.) T-Mobile also offers a 5GB monthly plan for $49.99 with no overage fees, but with throttling. Last, T-Mobile offers a 200MB plan for $29.99, though this plan incurs overage charges for excessive use.

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Mar 14, 2011, 7:47 PM

not trolling, just saying

It's nice to see a rather cheap option with that 200 MB plan; however, for only 5 dollars more, Verizon's 35 dollar 3GB plan represents a much better value for anyone who needs regular daily access rather than merely checking their email only once or twice a month.
Well, if it is on an account with a voice plan, they give 20% off the broadband, I believe. So that would make it a little bit cheaper.

Anyway, with the 5GB plan (with no overages) that is 49.99 - 10 (20% discount if on voice plan), that would be ...

Mar 14, 2011, 4:20 PM

Cap & Throttle

I must say again- I really, really like T-mobile's pricing strategy here.

No hard caps + no overages = WIN!

Mar 14, 2011, 2:15 PM

Paired with Voice

Might want to mention that customers who already have T-Mobile postpaid voice service also get 20% off mobile broadband.
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