Pricing structure for T-Mobile's Project Dark made public?

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Pricing structure for T-Mobile's Project Dark made public?
T-Mobile employees recently received a packet of Project Dark related info with a label on it that said not to open until October 25th. Well, at least one naughty person opened his envelope early and passed along the info to BGR. The pricing data for Project Dark appears to work out this way. The Individual Plan has no contract requirement. The lowest tier is for 500 minutes of voice which costs $30 per month. Adding unlimited texts to the 500 minutes of voice brings the rate up to $40 monthly. For 500 minutes of voice, unlimited texts and unlimited web, prepare to shell out $60 monthly. The next level is 1000 minutes. Voice only is $40 a month. 1000 minutes of voice and unlimited text is $50 per month while 1000 minutes of voice, unlimited text and unlimited web will be $70 monthly. Unlimited voice is $50 per month. Adding unlimited texts raises the plan to $60 monthly and $80 a month will get you unlimited voice, text and web.

The Family Plan includes 2 lines and requires a signed two year contract. 750 minutes of voice is $60 a month. Adding unlimited texts is $80 a month and 750 minutes of voice, unlimited texts and unlimited web will run you $140 monthly. Doubling the minutes to 1500 will have a monthly price of $80. Adding unlimited texts to the 750 minutes of voice works out to $100 per month and the 1500 minutes of voice, unlimited texts and unlimited web will be $160 per month. Finally, unlimited voice is $100 a month. Add unlimited texts and the plan costs $120. For unlimited voice, texts and web, the charge is $180 monthly.

For all we know, T-Mobile could have expected that someone would pass along the info and handed out bogus figures to its employees. Somehow, though, we doubt that would happen. So then, T-Mobile customers, see anything outstanding in the rates? Any customers of other carriers feeling tempted to jump ship?

source: BGR


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