T-Mobile, your friendly "un-carrier", and its outspoken chief executive John Legere are back at it again with a new plan: T-Mobile #Unlimited55.
With this new plan, anyone that is over 55 years old can grab 2 lines of T-Mobile One service for just $60, taxes and fees included. This includes unlimited calling, texting and 4G LTE data along with the little benefits that come with the One plan.
The announcement is served with the usual (and perfectly well deserved) rant against the oppressive terms of AT&T's and Verizon Wireless' plans for seniors. Legere mentions that the treatment of seniors by those carriers is belittling and arrogant. For instance, AT&T's outrageously called plan "Senior Nation" only comes with 200 minutes and 500 texts, and no data included at all.
Here is T-Mobile's official statement about the new plan:
Just recently, T-Mobile swept OpenSignal's ratings and ranked as the number one carrier across all major categories, beating AT&T, Verizon and Sprint to the punch.
source: T-Mobile Newsroom