T-Mobile is reportedly planning to offer a number of new plan and pricing options to their customers. According to a leaked screenshot, you'll have some great deals from the carrier. We're talking $50/month for unlimited anytime minutes with long distance, voicemail, three-way calling, and caller ID. Those customers who add a line and port a number to T-Mobile are in line for a $135 credit as well.

Family Talk Anytime Unlimited would be $90 with additional lines at $40. Data and Text messaging bundles are quoted at their current rate. We're not sure how accurate this report is, but it's definitely a juicy one. These unadvertised deals are supposed to begin on March 1st and will be offered to eligible customers via text, email, or phone.

[via electronista]


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T-Mobile To Offer $50 Unlimited Plan


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I had been with Aerial, Voice Stream then T-Mobile for years, even though I worked for Sprint. Recently I had to cancel my account due to several months of dropped calls, not receiving messages etc (living in an area that did not have strong signals).

Last week I "finally" got a job and get to move back home. I contacted T-Mobile and they will NOT provide me this plan, why? because I was ONE day short of requesting it be re-instated.

This is loyalty to their faithful customers?