T-Mobile to slash the prices of its "Even More" unlimited plans even more

T-Mobile to slash the prices of its
In a move that prepares for the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S 4G, which is coming February 23rd, T-Mobile is rumored to slash the prices of its Even More and Even More Plus plans.

The Even More Plus, which is hard to come by these days, unless you beg for it in the stores, will go down to $69.99 from the current $99.99, while the Even More contract customers will get $20 shaved off their monthly bill, down to $79.99.

It is not entirely clear if existing customers will be automatically included, they have to call, or what's the deal here. We'll know more in just a week's time, when the Samsung Galaxy S 4G gets delivered to the shelves with its 21Mbps-capable HSPA+ radio.

source: T-MoNews

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1. Das70

Posts: 124; Member since: Jan 05, 2011

Sounds good.

2. Ash unregistered

You got it wrong, EM+ is the cheaper one. Not EM

3. snowgator

Posts: 3621; Member since: Jan 19, 2011

Only one of the four major carriers not giving me service in rural IL. Stupid, stupid T-Mobile. But, I am happy for those who have option. (Stupid T-Mobile.)

4. oddmanout

Posts: 443; Member since: May 22, 2009

I'm paying 79.99 for 500 talk, unlimited messaging, and unlimited web. If their gonna match the price of their 500 talk plan with the unlimited talk plan, they should lower the 500 talk plan as well.

10. strawberrychick2869

Posts: 1; Member since: Feb 26, 2011

I Have the same plan. Even More Plus 500 plan 500 mintues unlimited text and web and i pay 74.56, does this mean they are going to cut the price in half? or no? i was thinking about switching to the Pre-Paid $50 a month bc its unlimited talk and text,which is cheaper.i wonder why most peoplewontuse that plan instead of this one. its much cheaper

5. Antbed unregistered

Dont think they will lower n e other plans. Frm wat my mngr told me...its just a promotional plan. Right now they hve the 1500 mins unlimited txt and web for 79.99 so I guess its replacing tht plan.

6. joey18

Posts: 668; Member since: Jul 20, 2010

tmo has much better plans verizon or att. are similar plans ....4g plans are going to b espenced 120 at month is to much ....

7. Landmarkcm

Posts: 507; Member since: Aug 11, 2009

This will be a good plan for Tmo too bad there coverage still sucks. I just switched to Att from Sprint now that they offer unlimited anymobile which is awesome. So on there 450 min plan which after my discount is 33$ and then unlimited mobile calling and messaging add on for 20. Plus data 200 for fifteen (which is all I need 90 percent using wifi) Im good.. Gotta love this industry though it's ever changing! Verizon on the other hand is just the biggest RIP ever! I dont care how good there "network" is LOL..

8. Ange S unregistered

@oddmanout you're right-in all fairness, yours should also be lowered! Got to love this industry...you can never really plan ahead for anything-ever changing and for 1ce it's a positive change! For me Straight Talk works just great and costs me $25 less than Tmo's improved pricing-also unlimited everything and on AT&T network (or Verizon if you're zoned right).

9. ssjassassin

Posts: 108; Member since: Aug 31, 2009

Phone arena really? EM+ Unlimited TTW is 79.99 EM Unlimited TTW is 99.99. If they drop the price it will be a promotional plan. T-Mobile loves promotional plans and so do the customers. They set a focus on a type of customer and offer the right promo to set them up. The 4G do more plans focused primarily on family's of two or more smartphones. A family of four could have all smartphones with 3000 minutes unlimited talk and text for 200 plus tax. The closest you could do at verizion is 700 for 250 plus tax unless you got hooked in for the free add a line credit that goes away after your contract then it is more like 230.

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