T-Mobile celebrates its 10-year anniversary by launching unlimited 4G data plan


T-Mobile picked a very special day to launch its unlimited 4G data plan. Today happens to be the brand’s 10th birthday, and T-Mobile wants to make sure it stays true to its roots by reviving truly unlimited data. For sure, no party would have beaten this celebration!

“Since our inception, we’ve always strived to shake up the industry with plans, network capabilities, and innovative products and services for our customers. Today’s release of our Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data plan continues our tradition of bold moves that enhance the customer experience and change the way wireless is done.” – Brad Duea, senior vice president, product management, T-Mobile USA

T-Mobile’s plan is to “empower customers” by bringing an affordable and reliable network in a world where smartphones have become so popular and necessary. There is no doubt many of our readers will be signing up for T-Mobile’s unlimited data plans.

Life hasn’t been the same for Android users since companies started slashing unlimited data plans, replacing them with limited, tiered plans. Sprint continues to offer unlimited data (and prides itself for that), but their network is simply not up to par with the competition, as they still have very few LTE markets.

If you would like to take advantage of T-Mobile’s (very capable) HSPA+ 4G network without caps or speed limitations you can sign up as of today. T-Mobile will cater Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data plans in two styles. It will cost $20 for those that sign up for a Value Voice and Text plan, while Classic Voice and Text subscribers will have to pocket out $30.

“For example, a single line Value plan with unlimited talk and text combined with unlimited nationwide 4G data will cost $69.99 or a single line Classic plan with unlimited talk, unlimited text and unlimited nationwide 4G data will cost $89.99.”

So what are you waiting for, guys? Head over to T-Mobile’s site to learn more details about its Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data plans. I know I am seriously considering switching carriers – are you?

T-Mobile Unleashes Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data

Starting Sept. 5, T-Mobile will be the only carrier with a nationwide 4G network to offer unlimited nationwide 4G data

T-Mobile USA, Inc., today announced an industry first — a truly Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data plan. Featuring no data caps, speed limits or bill shock, as well as fast, dependable nationwide 4G coverage, T-Mobile’s new Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data plan offers the ultimate worry-free experience. The new plan is designed to satisfy both data-hungry customers who want to experience all their smartphones are capable of and those wanting the peace of mind of never having to keep track of their data usage.

Today’s smartphones offer amazing experiences, and consumers are increasingly relying on them for everything from navigation, entertainment and shopping to just staying connected. With the introduction of the Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data plan, T-Mobile® is the only U.S. carrier to empower customers to do what they want, when they want, with their smartphones by making fast, nationwide 4G data accessible for everyone — without limits and at a great value.

“We’re big believers in customer-driven innovation, and our Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data plan is the answer to customers who are frustrated by the cost, complexity and congested networks of our competitors,” said Kevin McLaughlin, vice president, marketing, T-Mobile USA. “Consumers want the freedom of unlimited 4G data. Our bold move to be the only wireless carrier to offer an Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data plan reinforces our value leadership and capitalizes on the strength of our nationwide 4G network.”

For customers seeking an unlimited experience on their smartphones, T-Mobile offers several ways for new and existing customers to take advantage of its Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data plan. New customers can purchase any smartphone in T-Mobile’s robust lineup of innovative devices or bring their own compatible smartphone and have access to a worry-free unlimited data experience on T-Mobile’s fast nationwide 4G network. Current T-Mobile customers on Classic or Value plans can simply upgrade their existing service by adding an Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data plan.

The Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data plan will cost $20 per month when added to a Value voice and text plan or $30 per month when added to a Classic voice and text plan. For example, a single line Value plan with unlimited talk and text combined with unlimited nationwide 4G data will cost $69.99 or a single line Classic plan with unlimited talk, unlimited text and unlimited nationwide 4G data will cost $89.99.

Available starting Sept. 5, T-Mobile’s Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data plan will provide smartphone customers with uncompromised, dependable access to data on the blazing-fast speeds of T-Mobile’s nationwide 4G network. The Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data plan will be available at T-Mobile retail stores, on and through select dealers and national retail stores.

[Via: TmoNews]

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  1. Switched to a friend’s T-Mobile family plan earlier this year. My contract is almost up and I’m trying to not get suckered into this… gonna be hard to resist >.<

    1. It should just be a feature they can add on for you. Even if you are on an older plan. Ask someone in a store to try to add the unlimited feature on for you

      1. Don’t fall for it Chris! I am very surprised myself to see that they have been around for ten years. I’ve been with them for 8 or those years and am saying goodbye. Just don’t have coverage where I need it these days.

  2. do you have to sign a new contract to get the unlimited data plan? or can you get a contract free one?

    1. I just changed my plan to the $69.99 unlimited everything. I had to sign up for a 2 year contract. I was currently not on contract as I buy my own phones. If you want your phone subsidized you will have to pay $89.99.
      I am saving $5 a month and have true unlimited and they also are paying my last month bill of $87.
      All in all a great deal.

    2. You can change your data plan without renewing your contract. That may not be what you are asking though.

      1. i am not on tmobile in fact i am using straight talk as my service provider because sprint is working on the network vision in my area, so i am using contract free carrier for now until sprint fixes its network, but i used to have tmobile before and i would like to know if they will offer this on a none contract service?

  3. Only T-Mobile has it…. Right

    1. Sprint has been dropping hints of maybe capping data, this might stop it from happening

      1. Funny because they were the ones running ads against the merger.

  4. It TMo’s combined coverage was larger than the state of Alabama, they might have more customers. I laugh everytime I see one of their commercials that advertise “the nations largest 4G coverage”. LMAO! That’s funny stuff right there.

    1. Their HSPA is comparable to 4g speeds in most cases. LTE do get higher speeds but not all the time and LTE is not everywhere as much as Tmobile HSPA. I moved to Tmobile 2 months ago and everywhere I go I get 9mpbs avg. I’ve never gotten anything less than 5mbps. I’m in the bay area. However my friends who are on verizon do not get LTE everywhere. So technically for me Tmobile has better high speed coverage which they consider 4g…but thats good enough for me.

  5. It’s not unlimited its 10 GBs for 114 dollars metro pcs wins I use 10 gig in ten days

      1. This post, did you not READ?

        1. LMAO!!!! Jeff got silenced…DumbFuc&

    1. wrong, its unlimited for $30, unless you’re on a value plan then its unlimited for $20

      1. the 4g speeds they provide for these plans suck….i used my friends phone earlier and mind you we live in new york where the coverage is excellent and on the 89.99 plan the speeds are very slow it takes a while to load a 2 minute video on youtube…and i downloaded a random app with a size of 9 megabites it took like 10 to 15 minutes to download and the phone had full signals.

        1. Tmo has bad ping, not bad download speeds. There’s a difference.

  6. Imagine if AT&T took T-mobile. I doubt this would happen.

  7. Swapped my data plan to this one earlier today. Now I can stream to my heart’s content.

  8. its really unlimited but the speeds you get are not good…..unless you get the 124$ plan…you only get like 2 to 3 mbps or less on the other regular plans. they didnt disclose that when they released these plans.

  9. From reading the comments to get the cheapest unlimited plan you have to buy your own phones non-subsidized and you get slower data speeds. Is this right?

    1. the speeds suck……and unless your going with no contract then the phone will be subsidized

  10. Are you saying that Tmo came out to the US 10 years ago? Even though my mom had their pager and has been a Tmo customer before I was even born?

    I’m confused on what the anniversary is about. =.(

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