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If all the changes to carrier data plans  lately are making you a bit nervous about your current data usage, T-Mobile wants you to know that you can quit worrying and sign up for their new plans with unlimited data packages. Starting July 24, the new Value plans feature a variety of  monthly rates for talk, text and unlimited data with 2 GB, 5 GB or 10 GB of high speed data – with no overage charges – for individual and family customers on new two-year agreements. T-Mobile will continue to offer traditional plans under the new T-Mobile Classic plan brand (previously called Even More plans), as well as Monthly4G No Annual Contract plans and Pay As You Go plans. More information and the full press release can be found after the break.

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T-Mobile Unveils Affordable And Worry-Free Unlimited Data Plans
New T-Mobile Value plans make the latest 4G smartphones and wireless services affordable for all
BELLEVUE, Wash. — July 20, 2011 — T-Mobile USA, Inc. today announced new Value plans, making it more affordable than ever to step up to data on America’s Largest 4G Network™. Featuring flexible pricing for unlimited data and available with affordable monthly payments on any of T-Mobile’s phones and mobile broadband devices, including the latest 4G smartphones and tablets, the new Value plans could save customers hundreds of dollars annually.
Slated to be available beginning on July 24, the new plans build on T-Mobile’s commitment of offering affordable, consumer-friendly plans in tune with the evolving needs of wireless customers. Available with a two-year agreement for new and existing customers, the Value plans offer single-line and multiline options with a range of price points for talk, unlimited text and unlimited data with 2 GB, 5 GB or 10 GB of high-speed data — with no data overage charges. Customers can choose from a variety of monthly plans and only pay for the high-speed data they need.
 
“T-Mobile is committed to making the always-on benefits of smartphones and tablets more accessible and worry-free for all Americans,” said John Clelland, senior vice president, marketing, T-Mobile USA. “Customers want to enjoy all that the mobile Web has to offer, but they don’t want to pay for more than they need or worry about bill shock. Our incredible value comes from the combination of our nationwide 4G network, exceptional device portfolio and affordable plans that offer unlimited data access without overages.”
 
With the new Value plans, customers are empowered to purchase any product in
T-Mobile’s innovative device lineup or bring their own device and have access to the company’s best pricing. With no overages on the new unlimited plans and flexible terms, customers can pick the wireless data plan that best fits their needs and choose how they want to pay for their device. Value plan customers who purchase a device can pay an upfront down payment on a new device and make low, interest-free payments for the full price of the product while still getting T-Mobile’s best available rates on monthly service.* T-Mobile will continue to offer its traditional plans under the new T-Mobile Classic plan brand, previously called Even More™ plans.
 
For example, T-Mobile’s new Value family plan with unlimited talk, unlimited text and unlimited data with 2 GB of high-speed data is just $49.99 per line for two lines. Even with the addition of purchasing two smartphones, such as the T-Mobile myTouch® 4G Slide, on T-Mobile’s Equipment Installment Plan, customers may yield savings of more than $800 annually. *
 
“Families are looking for ways to affordably include mobile data so the kids can communicate via social networking, watch YouTube and surf the Web without parents breaking the bank,” said Tole Hart, senior analyst with Yankee Group. “Plans that help them get more while paying less will get a lot of attention.”
 
T-Mobile also will offer a robust lineup of mobile broadband service options under both the new Value and Classic plans. For instance, customers could add an overage-free mobile broadband Value plan to their voice service for $19.99 per month with 2 GB of high-speed data for products, including laptop sticks, tablets and the T-Mobile 4G Mobile Hotspot, which allows a family to share their 4G mobile connection with up to five Wi-Fi devices using a single mobile broadband connection.
 
T-Mobile’s new Value and Classic plans are expected to be available beginning July 24. In addition to the unlimited Value and Classic plans, T-Mobile also will introduce new Value plans for small business customers this summer with additional details available in the coming weeks.
 
T-Mobile continues to offer no annual contract plans with its Monthly4G plans, as well as Pay As You Go plans for as low as 10 cents per minute for voice calls. More information on T-Mobile’s service plans is available at http://www.t-mobile.com.
 
* Based on comparison of $99.98 Unlimited Value — Plus Plan (two lines), with a $15 per month smartphone payment per line, against comparable post-paid family plans for smartphones from Sprint, AT&T and Verizon Wireless; does not include taxes and fees. T-Mobile myTouch® 4G Slide is available for a down payment of $249.99, with 20 additional monthly payments of $15; O.A.C., 0 percent APR. Plan features and limitations may vary among carriers. Data as of July 2011.
 
T-Mobile’s HSPA+ 4G network not available everywhere. See coverage details at http://www.t-mobile.com.
 
About T-Mobile USA, Inc.
Based in Bellevue, Wash., T-Mobile USA, Inc. is the U.S. wireless operation of Deutsche Telekom AG. By the end of the first quarter of 2011, approximately 128 million mobile customers were served by the mobile communication segments of the Deutsche Telekom group — 33.6 million by T-Mobile USA — all via a common technology platform based on GSM and UMTS and additionally HSPA+/HSPA+42. T-Mobile USA’s innovative wireless products and services help empower people to connect to those who matter most. Multiple independent research studies continue to rank T-Mobile USA among the highest in numerous regions throughout the U.S. in wireless customer care and call quality. For more information, please visit http://www.T-Mobile.com. T-Mobile is a federally registered trademark of Deutsche Telekom AG. For further information on Deutsche Telekom, please visit www.telekom.de/investor-relations.
 
For more information about T-Mobile’s 4G products, please visit http://www.t-mobile.com.

 

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T-Mobile rolling out new Value plans July 24th

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Then the following month the will come out with the: Even Truly More Than Ever Still Unlimited Plus Extra-- Plan...

this now makes it cheaper than sprint for 2 lines (I get 27% off with sprint and 15% with tmo through my job)

I'm sure the nexus 3 (prime) will release on tmo and I will be switching :)

I pitted my evo 4g vs my friend's htc sensation and his 4g was the same, if not faster than mine in every test. and on top of that, his is "always on" without the battery drain that wimax causes when it's on.

Don't forget that Tmobile 4G is just supped up 3G running on a tweaked 3G radio. Wimax uses an extra radio to pick up Sprint's 4G Wifi type signal.

Breakdown : Tmobile has faster data until you reach your slowdown point. Sprint has steady data with no slowdown at all.

@ ben dover the HTC Sensation has a dual-core processor which will run faster then the EVO 4G single core phone so comparing these 2 phones is stupid.

But what happens on T-Mobile if you use a certain amount of data? Don't they throttle your data speed? I hope AT&T doesn't get them. AT&T and Verizon need competition from more than one vendor.

Yes, they throttle your data speed once you hit a cap. From what it looks like, these plans give you options on where you hit your cap. It sucks that they throttle, but when compared to Verizon or AT&T, it beats getting nailed on overpriced overage charges.

Sad really that T Mobile is being absorbed into AT&T so this all will definitely go away as these contracts expire. If not for their atrociously small and pathetic network I would be with T Mo. Then again I know why they are being bought by AT&T. Too small to be competitive with no hope of ever being anything but a bit player. Like it or not I'm stuck with big red.

i just don't get why on post pay you pay all kinds of fees, taxes and on the pre-pay only pay 3 dollars, you still using the same network for god sake? that is where all these carriers need to be call in to question, i just switched tmobile post pay for pre-pay about a month a go and i am very happy with my decision.

Those who have the unlimited on Verizon are ok.......they are grandfathered in. As far as I know Sprint it not changing their unlimited data. I have a friend who left TMobile and went with Sprint on my recommendation