T-Mobile offers promotional plan with 1500 minutes and unlimited text/data for $80
Their Even More 1500 plan now includes unlimited texting and data for only $79.99 per month. That plan of course still includes unlimited calls between T-Mobile customers, unlimited nights and weekends, free domestic long distance, and no digital roaming charges within the U.S.
This plan is part of T-Mobile's stellar effort to rise above the #4 spot among U.S. wireless carriers. As it is a promotional deal, we can't say how long it will be available. Based on the "upgrade or add a line" option, it looks like existing T-Mobile customers can get in on the savings as well.
To put the plan's savings in perspective, we should point out that this plan is $20 less than the Unlimited Everything plan, and $10 less than the standard Even More 1000 Talk + Unlimited Text + Unlimited Data plan. So if you were considering a switch to T-Mobile, this looks like the right time to do so.
source: T-Mobile via MobileCrunch
1. jaysee (unregistered) posted on 24 Feb 2011, 19:09 0 0
this plan been around 4 a couple of months i don't know y there advertising it now. n t mobile doesn't even help prices on phones to there loyal customers only new customers been with them for 6 yrs and contract ended. just waiting for the i phone 5 to get the heck out of t mobile
2. Das70 posted on 24 Feb 2011, 19:13 1 0
Yeah this had been out for sometime. Its nothing new. I dont know why PhoneArena is stating this as something new.
3. luis_lopez_351 posted on 24 Feb 2011, 19:43 0 0
maybe phonearena probably didnt post this its tipsters did :) i tip them on some new articles and they post them (only if their important though...they only post like 2 of mine xD)
4. mr.man (unregistered) posted on 24 Feb 2011, 19:58 0 0
T-mobile needs to attract customer somehow, because their coverage/reception SUCKS. How about investing in better towers.
5. vvelez5 posted on 24 Feb 2011, 20:40 0 0
Investing in better infrastructure is too practical for most companies.
7. CRICKETownz posted on 24 Feb 2011, 21:42 0 0
because they cant afford to invest in more towers...they're giving everything away. i can see the headlines now..."MetroPCS purchases T-Mobile...a match made in heaven".
6. remixfa posted on 24 Feb 2011, 21:38 0 0
they are stating it as something new, because tmonews.com also state it as something new. copying the news.. lol.
and they are both wrong. like jaysee stated, its been around since... oh november i think.
there is also a limited time 3000 minute with unlimited text and smartphone web for 150 for 2 lines. try to beat that. :)
8. Jeromeo posted on 24 Feb 2011, 21:58 0 0
I have unlimited minutes for $49.99, unlimited texts for $9.99, and unlimited internet for $3.99 Grandfathered in on T-Mobile. This deal isn't so hot (when compared to Virgin Mobile, Sprint, MetroPCS, etc.).
10. knuckleballer34 posted on 24 Feb 2011, 22:49 1 0
I've been a T-Mobile customer on and off for several years. They won't gain a substantial amount of customers until they increase their coverage area. It's no coincidence that the two largest carriers in the U.S. by subscribers are also the two largest carriers in terms of coverage. All the 3G and 4G in the world doesn't do a customer any good if they can't use it.
11. remixfa posted on 25 Feb 2011, 07:56 1 0
technically, the 2nd largest network is sprint, not ATT. ATT is no bigger than Tmobile. They just pound the advertising and had what 4 years of iphone exclusivity that was their main growing point.
jeromeo, virgin and metro are not major carriers. sprint is much more expencive for the same plan.
12. Landmarkcm posted on 25 Feb 2011, 19:58 1 0
Depends how you figure Sprint is much more expensive?? Even w there new 10.00 fee for smartphones it's still 79.99 total for 450whenever mins. but you can call anymobile anytime & nights and weekends at 7 which to me is a better deal. & even better now that im on fam plan. Plus my 20 percent discount. Plus Tmobiles coverage still isnt as good..
13. jbash posted on 26 Feb 2011, 12:00 1 0
virgin is also owned by sprint. plus you cant use a grandfathered plan as an example. I'm sure someone on every carrier has some great plan that they are grandfathered into.