Target Stores nationwide. That's most of them as Target has 1801 stores in the U.S.
Univision Mobile is a joint venture between T-Mobile and Spanish language TV network Univision Communications which launched a year ago. It targets Hispanic Americans with features like unlimited international text messaging and international call and roaming credits. Some plans include unlimited access to Univision's Music-Uforia streaming music service and an extra 2.5GB of data exclusivelyfor using Univision's Uvideos streaming video service. Univision Mobile offers plans priced from $30 to $55 per month. LTE data is available on, domestic roaming is not.
GoSmart Mobile is T-Mobile's value priced prepaid brand which is noted for large amounts of data at relatively low prices GoSmart's top plan offers unlimited talk and messaging and 10 GB of data for $45 month. All of GoSmart's plans include unlimited high speed access, including LTE, to Facebook and Facebook Messenger. Eexcept for Facebook, GoSmart's high speed data is limited to HSPA+ only with LTE not available. HSPA+ speeds of as high as 20 Mbps have been reported, although speeds of 6-8 Mbps are more typical.
The Latin Post article did not say when Univision and GoSmart would be available at Target. I checked a Target Store today in the San Francisco Bay Area, which has both strong T-Mobile coverage and a large Hispanic population, and saw no sign of either brand.
Source: Latin Post
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