T-Mobile is reportedly set to start offering new data-only plans for those who would rather skip the voice portion of their cell service. According to a leaked document obtained by TmoNews, T-Mobile will launch the so-called Simple Choice Data Only plans on March 30 with a variety of data bucket sizes and unlimited texts.
The options start out at $20 per month for 2GB of data and cap out at $95 per month for 22GB. Aside from that 22GB option, the prices and data buckets line up with the tablet plans that T-Mobile currently offers.
Data-only plans would offer an interesting option for a number of smartphone users who communicate more via text and services like Google Hangouts and Skype than over traditional voice calls. In any case, we should find out what T-Mobile has in store on March 30.
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