T-Mobile announced two new 4G data plans that don’t require an annual contract. With the new Monthly4G plans customers will get unlimited Talk, unlimited Text and Web service on their smartphone. For $50 per month, users will get unlimited talk, unlimited text and 100 MB of data at up to 4G speeds. For $70 per month, another plan provides unlimited talk, unlimited text and 5 GB of data at up to 4G speeds.
T-Mobile Offers Monthly4G Plans Featuring Unlimited Talk, Text and Web With No Annual Contract
Bellevue, Wash. — May. 23, 2011 - T-Mobile USA, Inc. today announced two new No Annual Contract, unlimited Monthly4G plans starting at $50 per month, bringing more choice and value to customers on America’s Largest 4G Network™. The new plans make it easier than ever for customers to step up to a rich data experience across T-Mobile’s entire portfolio of Android™-powered, Windows® Phone and BlackBerry® smartphones without an annual contract.
“Consumers today want more value and simplicity in how they purchase wireless,” said Cole Brodman, chief marketing officer, T-Mobile USA. “And that’s exactly what we’re delivering with our new Monthly4G plans — providing customers with the nationwide network, great prices and a choice of any of our latest smartphones.”
With Monthly4G plans, customers can enjoy unlimited Talk, unlimited Text and unlimited Web service on their smartphone from T-Mobile. Monthly4G plans start at $50 per month for unlimited talk, unlimited text and unlimited Web with the first 100 MB of data at up to 4G speeds, or $70 per month for unlimited talk, unlimited text and unlimited Web with the first 5 GB of data at up to 4G speeds*.
In addition to the Monthly4G No Annual Contract plans, which became available May 22,
T-Mobile continues to offer a 1500 Talk and Text plan with 30 MB of data for $30 per month, as well as Pay As You Go plans for as low as 10¢ per minute for voice calls. To find the T-Mobile plan that best fits their needs, customers can visit http://www.t-mobile.com.
* Monthly4G plans provide access to wireless service for 30 days; capable device required to achieve 4G speeds. After high-speed allotment is used, speeds slowed for remainder of month. T-Mobile’s HSPA+ 4G network not available everywhere. See coverage details at T-Mobile.com.
The $70 prepaid plan is actually really awesome if you already have a phone. Its 2gb of high speed data, with unlimited minutes and text. on ATT, the closet thing you get for $70 is 200mb.
Its 5GB for $70 :).
So it says it is unlimited web... with the first 5GB being 4G, what speed is the rest after the 5GB?
The price seems reasonable. Throttling back speeds after you hit your "limit" is better than cutting you off entirely or charging overages.
its like basically dial up once you go over, its basically enough to get an email, thats about it.
News:After high-speed allotment is used, speeds slowed for remainder of month.
Yes, if it smells like unlimited DATA,....it must be a Duck.
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