T-Mobile's 'Project Dark' is especially of interest to us because of T-Mobile's faith in Android. Because of their support (and the great customer service), we have a soft spot for the fourth-place, magenta loving carrier and hope that 'Project Dark' can be all its prepped up to be and catapult T-Mobile into the big boys table. And if it follows the lead of these screenshots, we think 'Project Dark' will become an out and out success.

Tmonews got their hands on these leaked images that show new pricing structures and rate plans for T-Mobile. According to this report, T-Mobile will offer two new options, Even More and Even More Plus. The details are as follows:

 

Even More Plan:

  • $100 for unlimited voice/SMS/data
  • $70 for unlimited voice and SMS
  • $60 for unlimited voice
  • Requires two year contract

Even More Plus Plan:

  • $80 for unlimited voice/SMS/data
  • $60 for unlimited voice and SMS
  • $50 for unlimited voice
  • Pre-paid, no contract

What's really amazing is that the 'Even More Plus' plans are not locked in a 2 year contract and yet are cheaper! There's also word that you'll be able to purchase phones over four different installments. We're hoping that the no-contract plans of 'Even More Plus' can still lead to carrier subsidies for phones and that the 2-year contract plans of 'Even More' can offer ridiculously cheap options. Yeah, we want to eat our cake too. Don't you?

How do you feel about these details of T-Mobile's 'Project Dark'?