It's Spring Break and T-Mobile has Data Gone Wild; two-lines, 12GB of 4G LTE data for $80 a month
posted by Alan F. / Apr 07, 2016, 11:33 AM
T-Mobile's Data Stash allows subscribers to put aside unused data for use anytime during the next 12 months. Music Freedom allows you to stream music from 40 providers without using any of your data. And 60 video streamers participate in Binge On, the feature that gives you the opportunity to stream video without it counting against your monthly data allowance. If you're looking for an affordable handset to go along with your new T-Mobile plan, you can purchase the LG K7 for $0 down and $5.84 a month over 24 months.
Keep in mind that this wireless plan is available for a limited time only.
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Beginning of second paragraph, you said Rollover Minutes instead of Rollover Data.
posted on Apr 07, 2016, 11:45 AM 0
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I will be happy to leave att if t mobile ever has good coverage
posted on Apr 07, 2016, 12:47 PM 0
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I always feel grateful I don't live in USA when I see the prices for phone plans. 20GB with unlimited calling, sms and tax (assume these prices are without tax?) is $36 and then $49/67 for 50/100GB here in Sweden. Not best prices there is, but sure is much better.
posted on Apr 07, 2016, 2:01 PM 1
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Same here, those American plan prices are so inflated, just like their college tuition. Here in Denmark i get 20GB, 4G, with 15 hours calling and free SMS, for just $15 a month.
posted on Apr 07, 2016, 2:54 PM 0
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New Jersey, with the population of Vermont. Meanwhile our carriers, although they don't always have great business practices for a number of reasons, cover us from coast to coast, and even California.
posted on Apr 08, 2016, 7:56 AM 0
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I have worked with Telecom companies network equipment both in Europe and USA and the advanced technological equipment that US telecom companies have is a big difference which might be one of the reasons for high data charges in U.S. The other is obviously the huge landscape which the companies needs to cover to provide good coverage
posted on Apr 07, 2016, 2:07 PM 2
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I pay $30 for TMobile prepaid for 5gigs of data... why would I pay for this overpriced s**tty plan???
posted on Apr 07, 2016, 5:27 PM 0
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