T-Mobile's Even More Plus unlimited plan goes to $59.99 without fanfare on April 13th

T-Mobile's Even More Plus unlimited plan goes to $59.99 without fanfare on April 13th
The expected repricing in T-Mobile's Even More plans is occurring April 13th, according to leaked documents. After we saw that the Even More plan (which requires a contract, but the handset is subsidized) is set to go down to $79.99, now the Even More Plus customers seem poised to receive a discount too, with the price slashed down to $59.99.

That includes unlimited talk, text and data for sixty bucks a month, where you can use your own phone, or buy one of the carrier's handsets full price. "Unlimited", however, is just a catch phrase here. Once you reach 2GB of usage, the download speeds will be throttled down significantly until your next billing cycle.

source: T-MoNews




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22 Comments

1. networkdood

Posts: 6330; Member since: Mar 31, 2010

This is why T-mobile is having problems....you would think with their low prices prior to this change that they would have gained a lot of customers.....but they have not.

2. bluechrism unregistered

networkdood - i got the impression that as these are Non-contract postpaid prices, as they see it, they are losing customers whenever someone on contract ends their contract and goes to Even More Plus. However, these plans are there probably in part to compete with Simple Mobile who already offer this kind of plan at $60 and use T-Mobiles network.

3. Kappa unregistered

I've been on this same plan since October (even more plus, everything unlimited) and it's always been $59.99.

5. remixfa

Posts: 14605; Member since: Dec 19, 2008

unlimited talk text and web for a smartphone is currently 79.99 on EM+. You either dont have unlimited talk, or dont have a smartphone. :) No, networkdood, this isnt why tmo is having problems. It is the lack of good advertizing about the incredible plan discounts that is the problem. This is a great option for 90% of the peeps out there... for the tethering crowd.. not so much. People need to hop on these prices ASAP and come to Tmobile. If the merger does go through, ATT cant touch the pricing unless you change ur plan (and why would u at that price??), so you get the benefit of the really cheap plan on the expanded network.

7. Kappa unregistered

Woops, my deal is 200 talk, unlimited data and unlimited text for $59.

19. hellosies unregistered

Clearly you need to hop on this plan Kappa.

4. AndroidTroll

Posts: 359; Member since: Mar 05, 2011

It's a good deal. Especially since there is a huge amount of compatible phones on ebay and amazon etc for great prices

6. Evan unregistered

This is what all carriers should start doing, instead of capping the data usage, just slow it down, just like your minutes, wait until they start over the next month, "data re-charge"

8. WM6.5Sucks

Posts: 42; Member since: Apr 06, 2011

That my friend is.......One of the most smartest ideas I've heard for a data plan! ^_^

9. WM6.5Sucks

Posts: 42; Member since: Apr 06, 2011

But I think going even further with that idea though would be, for the big 4(Possibly 3) to do the same thing for data that AT&T does(don't know if they stopped it and I wouldn't be surprised if they did, looking now at their crappy data plans) for their minutes, which is that "Rollover Minutes." *I!* would simply call it "Rollover Data!" Basically you just pay a tad less than True Unlimited data and if you don't hit the GB limit(or MB? Whatever! Capping plans are stupid!), then you keep some of the data! *@EVAN THAT'S A GREAT IDEA YOU HAD! I THINK WE SHOULD *COIN* THESE DATA PLANS WE THOUGHT OF AND SUBMIT THEM TO THE COMPANIES(SOMEHOW! BUT ITS NOT DUMB TO TRY!) :D

16. ickyob

Posts: 24; Member since: Mar 19, 2010

Or you could just switch to Sprint where "unlimited" really means no limits, no slow downs after a certain ammount, non of that non-sense. Have you seen their new comercial with Dan Hesse in it, they make a really good point!?!

20. hellosies unregistered

To my knowledge, T-Mo's unlimited web really is unlimited web also?

21. donpeppino9

Posts: 67; Member since: Jan 24, 2010

sprint has good plans but their phone selection is poor and network quality isn't as good as att. i know cause i've used both services within the last couple of months.

10. luis_lopez_351

Posts: 951; Member since: Nov 18, 2010

The reason why T-Mobile doesnt have alot of customers is because it has Mostly horrible coverage and there is only a few areas that get its best coverage(Way better than att and verizon). I live in one of those very few Awesome areas and i love T-Mobile.

11. WM6.5Sucks

Posts: 42; Member since: Apr 06, 2011

Yea that's pretty much the reason. The speeds are fast but it sucks in buildings. Also I honestly don't like the MYtouch line of phones by HTC, in fact I don't like any of the HTC or any of the other smartphone lines at all on T-Mobile (hence my username -_- ). Maybe the "N" and "G" series but I already knew that the G2 and N*S* would become "outdated" since the news of dual core at the time. I just want a phone that can last longer than a 2year contract, which I think is a dumb decision to do on any carrier(at least for now)and something I would never do again. -_- So idk what I should do for now, I really really hope that the HTC "Pyramid" would come for T-Mobile, if not I'll just have to wait till next year after my "Blood Contract" ends, and switch to Verizon even if LTE isn't in this stupid city that I live in by then(And I wouldn't be surprised -_-). BTW on that note @Luis_lopez_351 do you live in a dumb city in NY? Because I think I might know you. Or is your name based of GTA:TBOGT? I don't feel like looking up that number if its an area code.

12. luis_lopez_351

Posts: 951; Member since: Nov 18, 2010

NY is for rats. I live in California. And no, i im not ______ to put my area code as my username.

13. WM6.5Sucks

Posts: 42; Member since: Apr 06, 2011

Hmmm it seems like you took that as an insult. I actually asked you that because I didn't want to compromised the city just in case I was right because I thought I did Knew someone named Luis here, but I remember the last name now.

14. luis_lopez_351

Posts: 951; Member since: Nov 18, 2010

not at all. I just dislike seeing my name in the same sentence with the word New york. political reasons to hate*

17. WM6.5Sucks

Posts: 42; Member since: Apr 06, 2011

I guess I understand. I wouldn't want my name or body with the same States as NY, MI, IL, NJ, MA, WI, AZ or CA for economic reasons mostly, some political (at lest for now maybe).

15. joey18

Posts: 666; Member since: Jul 20, 2010

Is great price but for how long tmo or att b comes to be att will chAnge everthing

18. captainobvious unregistered

do any of you people realize what's going on? the resaon why these prices are so low is that they got bought out! it's a fire sale, primeco did this to u.s. cellular a long time ago. when unlimited minutes was $200 a month they launched a $79.99 unlimited min plan, and when old primeco customers wanted to upgrade their phones for a contracted price they had to change that plan so many people just decided to pay the outright price because it was such a steal of a plan for the longest time. so what t-mo is doing is something not common. heck they are going to get paid $39 billion, adn they are just trying to squeeze out a little bit of $$$ out of all of us.

24. jamie-nyc

Posts: 2; Member since: Apr 13, 2011

I actually just called T-mobile customer service because I would love this discount. However, I found out because I have the Even-more-plus Family-2-line-plan, (with unlimited everything / absolutely no data throttling) I can't get my rate lowered. The discount is only good for individual even-more-plus plans if you're willing to get throttled after the 2 gig mark. Not for me, I just got a Galaxy 4G and plan to have a party on it.

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