T-Mobile Intros “America’s Only” Unlimited LTE Family Plan, Brings Back Four Lines for $100 With 10 GB of LTE Data

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T-Mobile announced new plans this afternoon, an unlimited family plan starting at $100 for two lines, and the previously “most successful promotion,” four lines for $100 with 10GB of LTE data to share. 

Available starting tomorrow, the new Simple Choice family plan starts at just $100 per month for two people, then goes all the way up to 10 people for just $40 more per line. Now, the most important aspect is that T-Mobile states this is an unlimited plan, but at this moment, we have no word on how much of that data is at full speed. Usually, after a certain amount of data is reached, your line will get throttled. We reached out to T-Mobile for confirmation on what this data limit is.

Finally, T-Mobile has reintroduced its 4 line family plan for $100, allotting 2.5GB of 4G LTE data to each line. This plan is for the families which don’t hog down countless GBs, which is quite doable given how many WiFi hotspots there are in this country.

Starting tomorrow for a limited time, for just $100 per month, a family of four can get up to 10 GB of 4G LTE data − that’s 2.5 GB per line with no sharing required. Your family will get the extra data until 2016 starts, and after that, you’ll still get 1 GB of 4G LTE data per line.

Both plans go live starting tomorrow, so if you are interested, head on into T-Mo. Again, we have reached out to T-Mobile to see about the amount of full speed data you are given on the unlimited family plan. We will update this post once we have an answer.


Via: T-Mobile



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