T-Mobile Money to get new eligibility rules starting March 31

T-Mobile Money to get new eligibility rules starting March 31
T-Mobile is one of the many carriers around the world that offers an online banking account to customers eligible for such a product. Although it doesn't have any perks that make it exceptional, T-Mobile Money does have some benefits that some will find very useful.

For starters, you don't have to be a T-Mobile customers to be eligible for Money. Secondly, there are no fees attached to the account, no balance requirements and your T-Mobile Money account is insured up to $250,000.

The best perk of having a T-Mobile Money account is the 1% APY (annual percentage yield), which can be raised to 4% by T-Mobile and Sprint customers. However, in order to earn 4% APY, you must deposit at least $200 per month into your account.

According to TmoNews, that's going to change come next month. According to a new report, starting March 31, T-Mobile Money customers will no longer be required to deposit $200 per month to benefit from the higher APY. Instead, you will have to make 10 qualifying purchases each month to earn 4% APY.

The information hasn't been confirmed by T-Mobile yet, but it looks like the carrier is already informing customers about the new changes.


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