$15 a month for Unlimited Talk, Text, and 2GB of Data. Every yearly anniversary of your plan, 500MB of data is added to your monthly data allotment (2.5GB after first year, 3GB after the second year, etc) for up to 5 years total (after 5 years 4.5GB of data per month).
$25 a month for for Unlimited Talk, Text, and 5GB of Data. Every yearly anniversary of your plan, 500MB of data is added to your monthly data allotment (5.5GB after first year, 6GB after the second year, etc) for up to 5 years total (after 5 years 7.5GB of data per month).
If you reach your data limit within any month, your data will stop working. Since this is pre-paid, you can simply buy a "data pass" to add extra data if this occurs to instantly get your data working again. Here's a link to information on data passes: https://www.t-mobile.com/support/...ata-passes
- You need to pay $10 for a new sim card (you can keep your existing mobile number).
- Monthly plan rates are locked and will not change ($15 or $25 a month)
- This is a prepaid plan. Cancel any time without penalty
- It gives access to T-mobile's 5G network
- no T-Mobile Tuesday
- no international roaming/calling/text – aka no service outside of the United States
- Features often seen in post paid accounts like "Music Freedom" or "Netflix on us" is not available ($30 grandfathered plans didn't have access to this)
- hotspot tethering included
- wifi calling and visual voicemail available
- include 100MB domestic roaming
- Bring your own device, no device purchase required
- Up to 5 lines can be added to T-mobile connect
- No credit check required, this is prepaid
This plan is great for people who don't use a ton of data. I've been on T-mobile's $30 unlimited text/ 5GB 4G (unlimited data is throttled after 5GB) plan (with 100 minutes of talk a month) and I've learned that I don't go over 5GB very often. Wifi is everywhere. I force all of my apps to only update over wifi. I rarely ever use over 5GB a month in data. But what nags me is the 100 minutes of talk! It's very constraining. Losing out on T-mobile Tuesday is a bummer (although it has been quite pathetic the past few months) but if you go with the $15 a month plan that would save people on the previous $30 plan, $180 a year. Not bad! T-mobile is merging with Sprint so the network is getting larger and they are pioneering 5G.
(Starting 3/20) T-Mobile has Buy One Get One Free Promotion on LG V60 ThinQ 5G: Buy 1 for $799.99 and get 2nd one FREE via bill credits of $33.34/month over 24 months. Shipping is free. See Promotion details.
Be gentle, first deal post here. A store employee mentioned this to me and I could not find it here nor online.
T-Mobile has a promo going on allowing you to get a second wearable/tablet/sync line free when you add a wearable line or tablet line. You don't have to buy the watch or tablet with T-Mo, just add existing devices.
E.g. I added a smartphone line to the Apple Watch 4 and got a second line for a tablet for free. Wearable line is $10 after autopay ($15 otherwise) and tablet is $20 for unlimited, so you would still pay $10, but there is also a 2GB LTE tablet plan for $10/month which is free when you add a watch for example. You can mix and match wearable, tablet or sync devices as you like. In store and online. I ordered via chat.
T-Mobile is offering T-Mobile and Metro data customers some temporary benefits due to coronavirus affecting many people (emphasis and link are mine):
Starting now - ALL current T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile customers who have plans with data will have unlimited smartphone data for the next 60 days (excluding roaming).
Providing T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile customers an additional 20GB of mobile hotspot / tethering service for the next 60 days – coming soon.
Working with our Lifeline partners to provide customers extra free data up to 5GB of data per month over the next two months.
Increasing the data allowance for free to schools and students using our EmpowerED digital learning programs to ensure each participant has access to at least 20GB of data per month for the next 60 days.
So I have 5 unique codes that will give you 20% off your rate plan when you switch to T-Mobile and choose a Magenta Plan. These codes are ONE-TIME use codes and are FIRST COME FIRST SERVE.
I will check them to see if they have been redeemed once a day and remove the used ones. Don't get upset at me if the code has already redeemed. I'm posting them as a kind gesture.
Codes expire December 31st
2019 5G Insider:
Register your exclusive code, activate a new account, bring (port-in) over an eligible number to save 20% off Magenta voice lines. To get more details and to redeem the codes, visit hookup.t-mobile.com[t-mobile.com]