T-Mobile to bring ‘unlimited any mobile’ feature come April 4th


Following Sprint’s footsteps, T-Mobile is now planning to introduce unlimited calling to any mobile (on any carrier). Most US citizens already have cellphones, so this pretty much translates to unlimited minutes.

According to TmoNews’ sources and leaked document, Magenta will be introducing this as an added feature. It will be available beginning April 4th, for an extra cost of $10. As it is a feature, no contract will be required. Another of the benefits may be that customers’ overage charges would be substantially decreased, if they get the Unlimited Any Mobile add-on. Your minutes will stay the same, but most of them will probably not be used.

The offer has been a great success for Sprint customers. This and unlimited data is what keeps its customers from leaving (as well as the prices). As always, this is unofficial news, so take a good dose of sodium with it. But stay tuned, as you can be sure we will be reporting any official details that may come.

How many of you would be interested in adding Unlimited Any Mobile to your current plans?

[Via: TmoNews]

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  1. I thought it was for true unlimited data :(

  2. This is great. $10 per line isn’t bad, if you are adding this to only 1 or 2 lines on a family plan. However, a family of 5 would be paying $50 extra if all lines wanted unlimited mobile to mobile on any carrier.

    At&t is still the better deal. Their $30 family messaging gives you unlimited mobile to mobile on any carrier. I think sprint has something similar too.

    T-Mobile should make it $10 for individual lines, or lines 1-2. Lines 3-5 should be only $5. Or something like that.

  3. Sodium chloride… You will be fucked if you have a dose of sodium.

    1. What? You consume sodium on a daily basis, you would die without it.

      1. Not pure Sodium… that’s what he means. 

  4. I’ve had unlimited calling for so long that I wasn’t aware that T-Mobile still offered minute plan.

  5. Does that means.. no more 5GB cap per month? Just unlimited like that?

  6. We get free mobile to any mobile on att. Why should it cost tmobile customers extra for something that’s free on another carrier?

  7. They are talking about unlimited mobile to mobile calling, it has nothing to do with 5GB data cap and than throttling

  8. Didnt AT&T have that option before Sprint?

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