Earlier today, the T-Mobile MVNO announced that they will be
- $22/month - One month of service (formerly $21 plus a $1 recovery charge)
- $17.50/month - Two months of service paid in advance (formerly $16.50 plus a $1 recovery charge)
- $15/month - Three months of service paid in advance (formerly $14 plus a $1 recovery charge)
- $12.50/month - Four months of service paid in advance (formerly $11.50 plus a $1 recovery charge)
- $35/month - Two lines at $17.50/month/line (formerly $33 plus a $2 recovery charge)
- $45/month - Three lines at $15/month/line (formerly $42 plus a $3 recovery charge)
- $50/month - Four lines at $12.50/month/line (formerly $46 plus a $4 recovery charge)
Each line includes unlimited talk, international text and calls to 10 countries, and 250 MB of 4G LTE shareable data with monthly roll over with no expiration. Taxes and fees are not yet included on the prices listed above and may still vary according to the customer's location.
Update 6/28: An Ultra Mobile dealer sent me a copy of an online invoice showing that Ultra is still charging $46 plus a $4 recovery fee for a four line Flex plan renewal. The dealer believes that Ultra is just including the recovery fee in the price and that there hasn't been an actual price increase. On the other hand, the Flex Plans page on the Ultra Mobile site shows the new higher prices along with the statement $1 regulatory recovery fee charged for each month and/or line purchased.
Update 6/29: Another Ultra Dealer sent me a copy of a notice he received from Ultra (posted below), that makes it clear that the changes to Flex Plan prices are not a price increase. What's happening is that Ultra is now including the $1 month, per line regulatory fee in the base price of the Flex plans rather charging it separately. This change only applies to the Flex plans, Ultra's other plans still have a separate $1/month regulatory fee added to the advertised price of the plan.