Leaked internal memo reveals new Global Plus plan for T-Mobile One subscribers

Leaked internal memo reveals new Global Plus plan for T-Mobile One subscribers
An anonymous tip sent to TmoNews indicates that T-Mobile will be introducing a Global Plus add on plan for T-Mobile One subscribers who travel overseas. Leaked internal documents from T-Mobile reveal that the carrier will launch the program starting tomorrow, November 9th. The Global Plus plan will cost $50 a month and provide subscribers with unlimited high-speed data while traveling to a "Simple Global" country.

Additional features include 5GB of international tethering in a "Simple Global" country, unlimited voice calls between these countries at no cost, unlimited messaging, unlimited stateside international talk and text (normally priced at $15 per month alone), and all of the features of the One Plus International add-on that was ended earlier this year. The latter featured unlimited 4G LTE usage in Mexico and Canada, HD video streaming, Voicemail to Text, unlimited in-flight Wi-Fi, and Name ID.

The leaked document also notes that the Global Plus add-on will not be available to business, government, No Credit Check, and prepaid accounts. It also must be used for a complete billing cycle. If you are a T-Mobile customer, Global Plus with its 4G LTE connectivity surely beats the unlimited 2G speeds available with the currently offered Simple Global plan.

If you want to know which countries are considered "Simple Global" countries by T-Mobile, you can find the complete list of all 210 by clicking on this link.

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4 Comments

1. kotan24

Posts: 320; Member since: Oct 29, 2012

This is a terrific add on

2. ECPirate37

Posts: 347; Member since: Jul 14, 2011

I wish it had launched last month! I love the free international 2G data, but I've paid the $20 for 1 gig of high speed a couple of times. I would have gladly swung for this. Always next trip!

3. zennacko unregistered

Unlimited 3G/LTE on most developed countries would be very nice. Having to deal with travelers' sim cards and their outrageous pricing is a pain.

4. RandysBuddy

Posts: 12; Member since: Jul 08, 2015

Yawn. This only affects 2 to 3% of T-Mobile’s customer base. Everyone else I know uses TMobile to get the T-Mobile Freeloader Friday deal.

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