"the best plan for families that love data but don’t love to share," the limited-time offer also includes unlimited call and texts. For a total price of $120 per month, it's a novel way for T-Mo to tie whole families into its business, while the consumer gets a very competitive package.Touted as
10 GB is a fair amount of data for the general smartphone owner and should cover a month's use of Web browsing, Candy Crushing and any other app or activity that doesn't involve heavy amounts of download / streaming. Should more be required though, T-Mo customers can top up a line by 10 GB for an extra $10 per month.
It has been suggested that in the long run, T-Mobile's cheaper deals won't be sustainable, something that Legere was quick to rebuff earlier this year. Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure has also had a few choice words to say about Un-Carrier in the past, having implied that the package isn't as good as Legere and co like to make out.
But the numbers don't lie, and while T-Mobile continues to promote more flexible, less price-heavy offers, consumers will inevitably take the bait. Indeed, if the $120 family package from T-Mo takes your fancy, you can find more details at the source.
Do move quickly, though, as it's only going to run for a short time before disappearing again.