AT&T's new plans are only really decent choices for moderate data users, but T-Mobile will be offering a few that are geared for more hardcore smartphone owners. A leaked internal memo is detailing two new plans that will be available for a limited time starting January 25. The Unlimited-Premium 5 GB and Unlimited-Ultra 10 GB plans will both toss in mobile hotspot and cloud storage for photos as free additions (normally costing $20/month combined).
Although specific price points are shared in the memo, the prommo will be available to both new and existing customers. You might have to ply your sales rep to get this offer, though; the memo instructs employees to "not proactively offer the bundled features to customers already on a 5 GB data feature who do not want additional data" in order "to protect T-Mobile revenue".
I'm curious to see how well these promo plans are priced. Anyone on T-Mobile with a particularly sweet grandfathered plan?
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