T-Mobile Serves Up New Monthly4G Plans
Oct 17, 2011, 12:06 PM by Eric M. Zeman
T-Mobile today announced a slew of new prepaid Monthly4G plans. The first plan offers unlimited talk, text, and 2GB of web at 4G speeds for $60 month. Those who exceed the 2GB soft cap will see their data speeds throttled down, but will still be to access unlimited mobile data. T-Mobile also announced new Pay by the Day plans. For $3 per day, T-Mobile pre-paid customers have access to unlimited talk, text, and 200MB of 4G data (throttled above 200MB). For $2 per day, customers have access to unlimited talk, text, and 2G web. Last, for $1 per day, customers have access to unlimited text. Voice minutes cost $0.10 each with the $1 daily plan. All plans are available at T-Mobile retail locations as well as T-Mobile's web site.
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Great idea T-Mobile... Not!
way to many plans
New Plan Coverage
Even with all the new plans and devices, their coverage area is poor, and GSM signal has been severely degraded in a lot of areas, no reception, dropped or missed calls, and their cohort AT&T who is trying to buy t
I am still against the merg...
Stay away! People have a right by choice to reside where they wish.
Not everyone lives in white picket-fence suburbia or the big city.
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