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T-Mobile's new no-contract Mobile Broadband Service Passes start as little as $15 per month

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T-Mobile's new no-contract Mobile Broadband Service Passes start as little as $15 per month
If you’re looking at T-Mobile for being your next mobile broadband provider, you might want to pay a little bit of attention now that they formally introduced their new no-contract offering that specifically target its tablets, mobile hotspots, and laptop USB sticks.

Attached with a May 20th debut, T-Mobile’s new flexible and worry-free no-contract mobile broadband service passes start as little as $15 per month – making it affordable for anyone to surf the web with the carrier’s expansive 4G network. The breakdown goes like this:



  • 300MB 1-week pass for $15
  • 1.5GB 1-month pass for $25
  • 3.5GB 1-month pass for $35
  • 5GB 1-month pass for $50

Vice President of marketing at T-Mobile USA, Jeremy Korst, said about the new offering, “although most of our mobile broadband customers choose postpaid rate plans for the best device prices and data rates, we know that many of our customers want the flexibility to be able to experience mobile broadband without committing to an annual contract up front. With better pricing and new features like an auto-refill option and a simpler purchase experience, T-Mobile’s No Annual Contract mobile broadband passes make it easier and more affordable than ever to experience high-speed Internet on the go on a range of devices.”

Now that it’s all official-official, what do you think about pricing versus the competition?

source: T-Mobile

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posted on 17 May 2012, 12:21 1

1. TrainFromUkraine (Posts: 63; Member since: 26 Mar 2012)


Does anybody know how much data per minute VOIP services consume? I wouldn't mind ditching my phone plan altogether and just port over to Google Voice.

posted on 17 May 2012, 13:01

2. eDiesel (Posts: 141; Member since: 17 Mar 2012)


I know groove ip using google voice uses about 1.2MB a minute.
read description....
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.gvoip&hl=en

posted on 17 May 2012, 14:39

4. items17070 (Posts: 70; Member since: 20 Dec 2011)


Yes, VOIP uses ALOT in a very little time, I would highly recommend you do not ditch your phone plan, UNTIL these carriers give more slack on that silly 5GB limit, using VOIP will consume that 5GB in a few days if you use ur phone alot..

posted on 17 May 2012, 13:09

3. skymitch89 (Posts: 1063; Member since: 05 Nov 2010)


I just hope that they will offer hotsopts or USB sticks for less than $100 off contract. That is one of the main reasons why I haven't gotten their prepaid monthly broad band yet. Thought about getting like a G1 or myTouch 3G off the internet, rooting the phone for wifi, and getting T-Mo's $30 prepaid plan that has 100min, unlmited text, and unlimited web at 4G for upto 5Gb just so that I could have better internet at home than throught my Sprint phone and what I can get for home internet.

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