T-Mobile's new unlimited plans are confirmed to start at $59.99; available tomorrow

T-Mobile's new unlimited plans are confirmed to start at $59.99; available tomorrow
Certainly that didn’t take long to become official, but it appears that T-Mobile is dead set on offering its new unlimited plans starting tomorrow; April 13th.

It was only a couple days ago when rumors broke out about the possibility of seeing super affordable unlimited plans from the nation’s number four wireless carrier, and rightfully so, we’re getting the confirmation that some desperately are seeking.  Perhaps it might be the impressive notion of being unlimited, but it’s rather difficult to not think about this one if you’re planning on starting up a new line of service.

Specifically, it simply breaks down into two distinct unlimited plan offerings – $79.99 per month for Even More customers and $59.99 for Even More Plus. Meanwhile, you’ll be able to feast on unlimited talk, text, and web, but it’s worth noting that exceeding the 2GB data mark will result in reduce speeds for the remainder of the billing cycle. Still, if you can somehow swallow that capacity, then this one might be the right choice for you.

In any event, you’ll need to think about this one quickly because T-Mobile is offering them for a limited time only!

source: TmoNews


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3 Comments

1. luis_lopez_351

Posts: 951; Member since: Nov 18, 2010

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3. luis_lopez_351

Posts: 951; Member since: Nov 18, 2010

Phone arena cut off my comment -__- i ment T-Mobile is getting better at being a true network...something Verizon can follow

2. remixfa

Posts: 14605; Member since: Dec 19, 2008

there has been a distinct amount of backhanding tmobile by the blurb writer lately. seriously. you cant just post without adding in your 2 cents of negativity?

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