News by Luke Jones on Wednesday December 10, 2014.
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T-Mobile is continuing to go to war with other carriers with aggressive pricing and plans, the latest of which is the Simple Choice family plan. The company found that 40% of customers are worried about going over their monthly data, so the Uncarrier created this plan that gives two lines unlimited data per month for $100.The Magenta Network sent as an email and infographic that sums up the new plan. Check out the details below and the infographic in the main image.
Now, T-Mobile helps families save their hard-earned money, with a simpler plan for everyone - and unlimited 4G LTE data for everyone! Additional details: Beginning tomorrow, the Simple Choice family plan starts at just $100 per month for two people, with up to 10 people for just $40 more per line, on America's fastest nationwide 4G LTE network. Customers on T-Mobile's unlimited LTE family plan also get all the Un-carrier "Simple Choice" goodness of no annual service contracts or domestic overages, unlimited talk and text, unmetered music streaming on T-Mobile's nationwide network plus unlimited data and texting in 120+ countries and destinations, next-gen Wi-Fi calling and free in-flight messaging, among other benefits. Also, for families who use less high-speed data - but still want to live worry-free - T-Mobile is re-introducing its most popular promotion in the last decade. 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 T-Mobile is unveiling Unlimited 4G LTE Data for businesses, too. Starting at just $100 for two employees and only $40 more per employee for as many lines as they need, this is T-Mobile's best value ever for businesses. Small businesses with lower data needs can also take advantage of the 4 lines for $100 with 10GB of data offer.source: T-Mobile
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