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T-Mobile Makes Changes to Prepaid Plans

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T-Mobile has just announced new changes to their Simply Prepaid Plans. These changes include the following:

High Speed Data

T-Mobile has increased the monthly allotment for high speed data for each plan under the Simply Prepaid lineup. The new plans now include:

  • $40 - 3GB high speed data (previously 1GB)
  • $50 - 5GB high speed data (previously 3GB)
  • $60 - 10GB high speed data (previously 8GB)
In addition to increasing the monthly allotment, the high speed data on plans under Simply Prepaid are no longer throttled to 8Mbps.

Mexico and Canada Unlimited

Apart from improving the high speed data allotment for their subscribers, T-Mobile now allows Simply Prepaid customers to add calls to and roaming in Mexico and Canada for $5/month.

Music Unlimited

Another new change T-Mobile has announced to its Simply Prepaid users is that they can now enjoy Music Unlimited service. With this service in place, they can stream music on their phone without worrying about their data.


New Unlimited Talk and Text Plan

T-Mobile has also included a new $25 unlimited talk and text plan that they have separated from the Simply Prepaid label. With this $25 monthly plan,you get the following services:

  • Unlimited talk and text (no web)
  • Add Mexico Unlimited Landline for an extra $5 per month to enjoy international texting to virtually anywhere and make unlimited calls to landlines in Mexico.
 If any of these changes interest you, you may visit their website to learn more about what's in store for you.


Source: T-Mobile

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  1. Under my account app there are 2 $50 plans!

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  2. Why get this over MetroPCS where taxes are included and they have unlimited at $60? Only think I can think of is customer service.

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    1. T-Mobile is prioritized over Metro too, not sure if it makes any difference in the real world.

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    2. Byod or root/rom tether?

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    3. There is absolutely no good reason to chose Simply Prepaid over MetroPCS. I have not noticed any problems streaming videos or with slow data speeds.

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  3. Finally the $50 plan is competitive.

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    1. Might not be enough to make many change but

      Zach you are right that with T Mobile unthrottled that 5gb users on Cricket should consider if TMOBILE works for them..
      especially considering that without any churn prices will likely only stay the same or even go up!

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  4. my metro is sporadic I'm only getting a good day sporadic service supposed to be getting LTE but I'm only getting edge now and minutes ago no data just gsm
    DON'T KNOW IF IT'S PRIORITY OR NOT BUT EVEN LOCAL STORES (one corp) ADMIT THAT THEY'VE LOST CUSTOMERS from the CDMA days.
    Sadly also that corporate knows too. Quess coverage along a major 4 lane US HIGHWAY in one of the most populous states with over 80 million tourists isn't a concern for the UN carrier CEO
    But UN concern and proud of being an UN CARRIER he's done his job of giving pretty close to UN service. .
    but would like to know if anybody knows whether T Mobile proper is a more reliable service than metro or the MVNO's wouldn't think so?
    Oh now showing 4G likely not the faster hspa sad.

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  5. why bother with the $25 talk and text plan on t-mobile when AT&T through cricket will give you the same on a much bigger more reliable network?

    Is there now really left any place that T Mobile works that AT&T doesn't?

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  6. Especially of you own an older non band 12 TMO phone. Unlocked, it will likely work much better on Cricket.

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  7. "Apart from improving the high speed data allotment for their subscribers, T-Mobile has included calls and roaming in Mexico and Canada. If you want to be able to do these, you just need to add $5 to your monthly subscription."
    This statement is misleading or at least confusing. If the feature was included, it wouldn't cost an extra $5 per month.

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  8. What is the difference between these Tmo prepaid plans? Instead features.

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    1. Simply Prepaid plans are less expensive than Simply Choice plans with comparable amounts of high-speed data.

      Simple Prepaid plans lack the following features which are exclusive to Simple Choice plans:

      unlimited international texts, unlimited video streaming ($65 and higher Simple Choice plans only) and "Data Stash" rollover data ($65 and higher Simple Choice plans only).

      Unlimited Canadian and Mexican calling and roaming is a $5 add-on on Simply Prepaid and included at no extra cost on Simple Choice plans.

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    2. Simply Prepaid™ also lacks MUSIC FREEDOM™
      STREAMING MUSIC THAT DOESN'T COUNT AGAINST YOUR HIGH‑SPEED DATA ON OUR NETWORK in comparison to Simple Choice™ Prepaid.

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    3. Simply Prepaid now includes "Music Unlimited" which is identical to Simple Choice's "Music Freedom" except for the name.

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  9. TMO has been very good to us in the past. We've gotten by just fine with unlimited talk/txt/data (w/1GB of high speed data later upped to 2GB) for $80 per month for two phones. The coverage has been fine. But MetroPCS can get me unlimited talk/txt/data w/1GB high speed for $50 per month on the same network. Hmm. Where do you think I'm going to save $360 a year?

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