T-Mobile wants to warn you about getting mugged every month

T-Mobile wants to warn you about getting mugged every month
Do you feel like your carrier has his hands in your pocket each month? Does paying your cellular bill feel akin to a mugging? T-Mobile's latest television commercial shows an exaggerated look at how it feels to not have unlimited cellular service. The nation's fourth largest carrier wants you to know about its $79.95 unlimited talk, text and data plan.

Of course, T-Mobile's unlimited plan allows for 2GB of data per month before your speed is throttled lower, but other than that, it sure beats getting turned upside down for your lunch money every month.

source: YouTube via TmoNews



18. nemesis666 unregistered

somebody should HACK ATT so they can learn a lesson not to fuck with their customers. Please do it like they did it to sony...

17. nemesis666 unregistered

I think we should Fu***** Boycott ATT and make them cut their prices....smart-phones are not a luxury anymore they are a necessity... BOYCOTT ATT......

13. homineyhominey

Posts: 29; Member since: Mar 10, 2011

My friend has the Samsung Vibrant and I have the Samsung Epic. We did a speed test at her home and even when it wasn't throttled, Sprint kicked ass

14. luis_lopez_351

Posts: 951; Member since: Nov 18, 2010

the Vibrant runs on 3G the Epic runs on 4G... what a douche bag!

15. homineyhominey

Posts: 29; Member since: Mar 10, 2011

not where i live. both in 3g coverage!

16. luis_lopez_351

Posts: 951; Member since: Nov 18, 2010

then who ever bought the samsung epic in a non 4G area is R-tarded. P.S. Even though no 4G is available ur phone still looks for it and uses alot of battery.

8. networkdood

Posts: 6330; Member since: Mar 31, 2010

So, after 2GB, your speed goes to a crawl....you still better use wifi...that way you can be prepared for AT&T...

7. NMexpo unregistered

Sounds like a pretty good deal. But I think I'd stick with Sprint's "Everything Data" plan for $69.99. The only difference is you aren't limited to 2gb of full speed data and they offer any mobile anytime (unlimited calling to any carrier, 450 min for landlines). So unless you call landlines a whole lot, I think you're better off getting Sprint. Unless coverage in your area sucks of course.

9. networkdood

Posts: 6330; Member since: Mar 31, 2010

Wow, good - AT&T is 39.99 voice, 20.00 unl msgs, and 25.00 2GB data = 84.99....well that is why I was considering SPRINT back in JUNE...but their coverage is the 3rd/4th worst where I live.

12. heyitzme

Posts: 87; Member since: Jan 03, 2011

Good plan but you also have to keep in mind if you have a smartphone on the plan it's $79.99 instead of $69.99

5. AppleFUD unregistered

Dear T-Mobile and other carriers, Please purchase a quality dictionary and look up the word "unlimited."

10. remixfa

Posts: 14605; Member since: Dec 19, 2008

unlimited means no limit.. not no throttle.. that would be "unthrottled". maybe u should find that dictionary. :)

11. AppleFUD unregistered

But im an idiot and i dont know what a dictionary is. I might also add that i like to touch myself at night.

4. remixfa

Posts: 14605; Member since: Dec 19, 2008

lol. you pay an extra 5 bux a month to be on flexpay. And yea, it means you have bad credit. They got rid of flex and went back to a deposit system. There is no overages on data on any plan exept the 200mb plan. Its not a specail "flexpay" benifit. :)

3. Ohmy unregistered

JC bite me! You prick...

2. JC unregistered

Flexpay means you have shitty credit... and judging by your grammatical errors, isn't much of a surprise to me. Just saying. I think you meant you're gonna stick with your even more plus plan?

1. mark1 unregistered

Am going to miss this chick, i hope when att takes over tmobile..hope not...they don not fire her she really cute, about about after using the 2gbs of data then the speeds slow down that sucks,because if your like me, am always on the web and steaming video and audio like from pandora and my slingbox am sticking with my flexpay, with is the same amount per month the only down side is that you have to pay full price for the phone. at least YOU DON'T HAVE TO PAY EXTRA LIKE WITH ATT if you go over the amount.

6. JeffdaBeat unregistered

Ugh...I love the T-Mobile girl...she could tell me that T-Mobile has 5G and I'd be okay with it...but remember the Alltel guy? Gone...

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