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35orLess Launching 2.5 GB and Unlimited Data Add-Ons. New Activations Get Free Unlimited Data This Month

T-Mobile MVNO 35orLess is launching add-on data plans next month.  For an extra $15 per month users can add an additional 2.5 GB of high-speed data (including LTE)  to the $35/month or less LIVE Plan. Unlimited 4G data is available as a $25/month add-on.

The Live plan includes unlimited voice minutes, messaging and data. Without a data add-on. data speeds are throttled to about 128 Kbps after 500 MB in a month.  Both LTE and off-network voice and data roaming are available on 35orLess at no extra charge.

35orLess is running a promo for the rest of February to get the word out. New activations are eligible for unlimited 4G LTE for the rest of the February at no extra charge.  To get this deal, add a SIM to the shopping cart and upgrade the plan to $25 unlimited. At checkout use the discount code 4glte, which will make the unlimited upgrade free and also give you free shipping. Your total charge will be $35 for the SIM and unlimited data.

The 35orLess Live plan has a baseline price of $35/month plus a Universal Service Fee of about $2/month. The first month costs the full $35, which includes the SIM. For renewals, the $35 base price is adjusted downward based on how many new users signed up in the previous month.  For February the plan price was $26.24.


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  1. With the added $15 for total of 3gb, aren't you better with Straight Talk or Net10?! Something about the variable monthly rate and tax/fee add on makes this not so attractive.

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    1. It seems like a push with $15 add on - since the SIM is included The real deal is the unlimited no throttle. $25 +$26.40 = $51.40 unlimited T-Mobile 4G LTE

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  2. 1GB P/Mo and that plan would work for many more. 500 megs is just not enough

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  3. Straight Talk has well documented problems (unpredictable throttling) that eliminates them for many as a option. Now, the AIO changes make it folly to go with 35 or less, excepting the unlimited - which is a deal for the data hogs. But how long will it last having customers that cost them more than their rate?

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    1. How does Aio make using 35orLess "folly"? At every price point, 35orLess offers the same amount or more of faster data for less money than Aio.

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    2. Folly, serioisly? 35orless is cheaper! The startup is less and the variable rate makes it cheaper every month. Coverage is similiar to AT&T. It really just depends were you are using your phone most often

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    3. AIO has stability coming from the backing of a major carrier, AT&T network coverage, high throttle that is usable for most things, flat no-tax rate, better and cheaper phone selection, local stores in some areas. Lots on the plus side for AIO. 35orless is trying very hard, I have been watching their struggles on the boards. They have a good product, but AIO in my opinion wins easily.

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  4. AIO is owned by AT&T. Not sure how that turns out to be something better from a customer experience side. They have had some major AIO only outages- did they forget to pay a bill to the parent (or better yet did the parent forget to give them their allowance?) 35orless is smaller that's not debatable. They are very attentive to their customers.

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  5. All valid points. If you need a plan that is just like Tmobile's, with their coverage, 35orless is a great option to save some money. Lighter users, family plan folks, and those who can't do what they need with Tmobile coverage will find a better fit somewhere else.

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