T-Mobile announces its new pricing for business accounts
0. phoneArena 22 Aug 2013, 01:43 posted on
T-Mobile on Wednesday announced some changes to its pricing on business accounts; companies now have two different plans to choose from, Simple Choice Classic and Simple Choice for Business. The Classic is, well, a classic plan where each employee receives a subsidized phone. The company signs a contract and the plans range from a monthly charge $40 per line to $70 each month for unlimited everything...
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1. Shatter (Posts: 1638; Member since: 29 May 2013)
I really don't understand how people don't feel like they are getting ripped off when they see the real pricing of Verizon and AT&T.
3. Doakie (Posts: 587; Member since: 06 May 2009)
Well it's like this. Your average American doesn't really think of how much money things cost them yearly or over their life time. They think "Can I afford this monthly payment?" So with remembering that in mind and comparing the fact that Verizon and AT&T have vastly superior networks than T-Mobile and Sprint you start to understand that in this situation you get what you pay for and most people can swing it. I own a Sprint HTC One and have been with Sprint for 11 years. I also have a couple T-Mobile phones: a Galaxy S 4G and an Asus Fonepad running on their refarmed network frequencies, I have had T-Mobile service for the last 7 years. Point is that I have extensive personal experience with these budget carrier networks and I really hate to say it because I'm a guy who is all about "bang for your buck", but Verizon and AT&T are a daily temptation for me. I can't wait for our Sprint contact to end because I'm tired of having only a 100 Kbps on my One. In 2013, only 100 Kbps is unacceptable.
5. MartyK (Posts: 651; Member since: 11 Apr 2012)
I agree with everything you said...I was going to pull the trigger and got to Verizon, until I realize, the only time I really need internet connection & Speed on my phone ( N-2), I am normally at work or home, and in both place I get wifi connection, thus I stay with Sprint (sero plan) and hoping, soon their 4G gets better now they have a new Owner.
2. PapaSmurf (Posts: 4138; Member since: 14 May 2012)
T-Mobile doesn't throttle if you have the unlimited plan. They give you 2.5GB of tethering like you mentioned in the first paragraph, but not in the third...