T-Mobile officially launches new Unlimited Nationwide 4G plan

T-Mobile officially launches new Unlimited Nationwide 4G plan
We have known for a while that this was coming, but now the day is officially here. T-Mobile is celebrating its 10-year anniversary in the United States, and as a gift to us, T-Mo is now offering its new Unlimited Nationwide 4G plan. The new plan offers exactly what you'd expect from the name: true unlimited 4G data with no throttling. 

The new unlimited everything plan on T-Mobile will be $89.99 with a subsidized phone, which puts it at $10 less than Sprint's unlimited everything plan. And, if you bring your own phone, the charge is only $69.99 a month. 

This is a very aggressive move by T-Mobile, and most think that the carrier needs a bold move. It has been losing customers, it has been slow to build out an LTE network (even though its HSPA+ network can be just as fast or faster than LTE in some areas), and of course it is the only major US carrier that still doesn't have a deal to carry the iPhone. 

What do you think: will this new plan help T-Mo?

source: T-Mobile

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12 Comments

1. Malique001

Posts: 58; Member since: Jun 08, 2012

This plan is cheaper than Sprint's unlimited everything plan and T-Mobile has a faster network so yes they should gain customers.

2. Aeires unregistered

Heck yeah it'll help, who doesn't love unlimited data? Will they let you convert plans though?

5. Aeires unregistered

Just changed my plan, took less than 5 minutes online. Happy camper, thanks for posting the article!

3. D.F.W.M

Posts: 3; Member since: Aug 29, 2012

Yes it will I don't understand why t-mobile is the fourth largest network when it comes to speed t-mobile is why better in more places not just two or three major cities. Hopefully t-mobile gets major credits on it's new unlimited 4G plan. I think we will be alright t-mobile but can't wait for 4G LTE.

4. cncrim

Posts: 1586; Member since: Aug 15, 2011

Alrite T-Mobile. Keep them around is the best choice, for those go the merge....... nowbu can see the the result, consumer win.

6. som

Posts: 768; Member since: Nov 10, 2009

I been with Tmo for 7 years I didn't know it was a young carrier in America. Great Tmo keep up a great cheap plans to lure more customers.

7. ricking

Posts: 59; Member since: Nov 10, 2010

i switched this morning and the service has been down for 7 hrs...too many signing up i guess it crashed according to the rep

8. RGreen

Posts: 83; Member since: Jul 06, 2012

Tmo unlimited data so I was told is not avalible for current subscribers, I was told to call back another day, you got to love it !!!

9. ITCHY_BOTO

Posts: 4; Member since: Sep 05, 2012

Sprint unlimited everything is 99.99 for basic talk text web phones. If you want a smartphone with sprint it will be a additional $10 for unlimited smartphone data. Tmobile is much more cheaper. Also in Hawaii T-mobile has better coverage than sprint. imo

10. richardyarrell2011

Posts: 510; Member since: Mar 16, 2011

Great move Tmobile people with the Galaxy S3 will be enjoying those devices even more. Plus with the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 on the way Tmobile customers will be extremely happy soon. Tmobile is the BEST place it's HSPA PLUS 42MPS network simply s**ts all over Verizon and At&t.. I am a proud Tmobile customers and Galaxy S3 owner.

12. archangel9

Posts: 233; Member since: Feb 07, 2010

Richard Friday I will be porting my number from Sprint to Tmobileon my PB GS III.Got the Unlimited 4g value w/Unlimited T&T ALL FOR 69.99/MO.Go Tmo it's your birthday!!

11. bikingpadres

Posts: 20; Member since: Jan 19, 2012

This is a great move for T-Mobile because now they are directly competing with Sprint and are still the most inexpensive one of the big four carriers plus with LTE on the way you can't beat them.

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