T-Mobile starting "Unlimited Any Mobile" on April 4th

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Just in case you were worried that T-Mobile hasn't been doing enough to keep the customers it has, or draw in more customers, the carrier is planning to launch a new feature next month to give customers more bang for their buck. 

Starting on April 4th, T-Mobile will be offering Unlimited Any Mobile as a subscription-level feature that can be added to any plan that doesn't already include unlimited minutes. The feature will cost $10 per month, and will allow customers to place unlimited calls to other mobile phones regardless of the carrier in the US and Puerto Rico. 

The leaked document claims that 80% of calls on T-Mobile are made to mobile numbers, which would make it seem like this is a pretty solid deal. So, if you don't get too many incoming calls (which wouldn't be included in this deal), you could theoretically drop down to the lowest minutes package and add on this feature to maybe save some money. And, because this is a subscription-level feature, it can be added or dropped whenever you want. 

source: TMoNews via pocketnow

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13 Comments

1. e.wvu unregistered

Unlimited minutes to any cell phone means very little to customers at this part in time. How about giving us unlimited data with no throttling. Sounds a lot better but those days are bye bye.

4. ph00ny

Posts: 2033; Member since: May 26, 2011

unlimited mobile to mobile calling was quite substantial for me when i got it on at&t for having an unlimited text plan. Enough for me to lower my monthly minutes

6. bigdawg23

Posts: 467; Member since: May 25, 2011

On At&t it saves me from going unlimited minutes. I have 700 minutes and only use 400 or so a month. While I use 3000 mobile to mobile minutes, most calls are to non AT&T numbers.

2. torr310

Posts: 1661; Member since: Oct 27, 2011

that's a better add-on than other carriers already.

3. ph00ny

Posts: 2033; Member since: May 26, 2011

really? Unlimited text plan comes with unlimited mobile calling on at&t my minute usage dropped by 40%

5. dodo1234

Posts: 40; Member since: Nov 06, 2011

1) T-Mobile already offers the best all included unlimited plans, EVEN WITH NO CONTRACT. HA! 2) AT&T charges $5 more for untilited texting on solo plan n $10 more on a family plan, HAHA! :D 3) T-Mobile has always been upfront about its throttling, letting customers use VERY AFFORDABLE plan options, HAHAHA :P

10. remixfa

Posts: 14605; Member since: Dec 19, 2008

you can get unlimited everything on tmobile for less than you can get a smartphone on basic minutes on ATT. There is no comparison. So basically this would be the middle of the road plan. half way between unlimited and just 500 mins as far as pricing is concerned. Its nice that its just a feature so if 1 person is blowing all the minutes the other doesnt need to be unlimited as well on the family plan.

7. tward291

Posts: 559; Member since: Feb 14, 2012

nice now bring the lumina 900 and titan 2 and were in business

8. JunitoNH

Posts: 1946; Member since: Feb 15, 2012

Exactly!!! if they do, willing to jump ship.

9. Roomaku

Posts: 278; Member since: Feb 06, 2012

T-moible Prepaid plan Unlimited "4G", Messaging and 100 minutes plus the unlimited minutes would be one of the best values around. For 40$ a month I might have to see if T-mobile covers my area.

11. remixfa

Posts: 14605; Member since: Dec 19, 2008

90% chance that this is contract only for now.

13. dodo1234

Posts: 40; Member since: Nov 06, 2011

The pictured ad says "No Contract required," idk if that mean just no extension or monthly 4g users included.

12. Jyakotu

Posts: 867; Member since: Dec 12, 2008

This is enough to convince my family to switch to T-Mobile. Sprint might have a little bit more coverage and "truly unlimited (slow) data," but T-Mobile just seems to be a better value at this point.

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