T-Mobile Adds New Monthly4G Plans Tailored To Fit Anyone’s Budget


Yesterday, T-Mobile added a 3 new additions to their Monthly4G data plans. First up is a new $60/month unlimited talk, text web with 2GB of data (before being throttled). A more affordable $30 plan was also added, which happens to be a exclusive only to WalMart locations featuring 100 minutes, and unlimited text and web with 5GB of data (throttled after the limit).

A few new prepaid “Pay-by-the-Day” plans made the lineup as well with $3 unlimited talk/text/web (200MB limit), $2 unlimited talk/text/2G web (Edge speeds), and finally the $1 10 cents a minute unlimited text (no data).

As confusing as all this may be, T-Mobile is definitely looking to satisfy all customers with an almost dizzying amount of plan options tailored to fit just about anyone’s budget. Can’t knock ’em for tryin.’

[T-Mobile via TMoNews]

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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    1. HAHA! They have the hottest mascot aside from the Geico gekko.. O_o

  2. are they really throttling this at 100megs?

    1. I’ll burn that in a day

  3. Lmfao I think cell companies just rewrote the definition for unlimited

    1. I hate typing unlimited and then immediately having to type a data amount right after. Lol Drives me crazy..

  4. thank god i can still keep my unlimited data once i upgraded to 4g……. on Verizon that is.

    1. don’t hold you’re breath on that.. they’ll force ya into a “new and improved” plan before ya know it.

    2. How much do you pay?

  5. im sticking with sprint they have unlimited data and its pretty good……tmobile should say limited to only 2gb or 5gb!

    1. What??? They should stay limited? Why?

  6. 5gb for $30 not bad better than att and verizon with no contract just need lte

  7. Looks like I need no to switch back to T-Mobile.

  8. Everyone is off base about the usage of unlimited. It is unlimited internet usage as in the fact you can use as much as you want. They just slow your speeds down after a certain amount is used, they don’t charge you more or take away your access.

    Is it cool….no. Is it unlimited…yes. Unlimited means as much as you want it never meant as fast as you want.

    1. You are entirely correct, for tmobile at least.

    2. So speed being “limited” is still “UNlimited”?

      My idea of unlimited is this definition:
      not limited; unrestricted; unconfined; without any qualification or exception; unconditional.

      throttling is a restriction/limit/exception/condition. That’s why they have to use those poor overworked asterisks.

  9. The plans almost look good enough to switch from Big Red. Now if only that AT&T deal would fall through, I might think about it.

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  11. “A more affordable $30 plan was also added, which happens to be a exclusive only to WalMart locations featuring 100 minutes, and unlimited text and web with 5GB of data (throttled after the limit).”

    Fortunately, no. Buy an Activation Kit and a new SIM ($20, total) at any T-Mobile store, go home, go to t-mobile.com, and set up your new $30 no-contract account with very limited talk, unlimited text, 5GB 4g data. And best of all, no WalMart!

    1. Would you be able to move your prior phone number over to it? Even if you were already a t-mobile customer?

      1. I don’t know. Probably not. I moved to Google Voice a couple years ago, and I only have that one number for everything. Actual device phone numbers are irrelevant. I recommend doing that.

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