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T-Mobile Updates Prepaid Plan Options

T-Mobile has given its prepaid plans a new update just before the year ends.

Instead of offering six different plan options, T-Mobile has limited the selection to just three prepaid plans.

Each of these plans, however, comes with its own capacity and affordability. These three plans are called Simply Prepaid, T-Mobile ONE Prepaid Domestic Only, and the Pay As You Go option.

T-Mobile Simply Prepaid Plan

One of the plans that have been updated is the $40 Simply Prepaid plan. Before, this prepaid plan used to be a limited time offer. Now, T-Mobile has adapted the plan into a permanent option for customers. With this plan, customers get to enjoy 10GB of data, unlimited talk and text, Wi-Fi calling, mobile hotspot (full LTE data speeds), and many others.

This plan is available with multi-line discount:
  • 2 lines - $70 per month
  • 3 lines - $100 per month
  • 4 lines - $130 per month
  • 5 lines - $160 per month

T-Mobile ONE Prepaid Domestic Only Plan

Another plan that T-Mobile has made permanent is the $50 T-Mobile ONE Prepaid Domestic Only plan. This plan was launched last month as an offer, and is now available for good. This plan includes unlimited talk, text, and LTE data at a price of $50 per month. The plan also includes unlimited mobile hotspot (limited to 3G data speeds) and video streaming up to 1.5Mbps. Once the allotted 50GB of LTE data has been consumed in a month, the network speed is reduced in times of network congestion.

Multi-line discounts are available for this plan:

  • 2 lines - $80 per month
  • 3 lines - $110 per month
  • 4 lines - $140 per month
  • 5 lines - $170 per month

Pay As You Go

Lastly, T-Mobile is offering a Pay As You Go option that starts at $3 per month. At this price, customers get to enjoy up to 30 minutes and text messages. Additional text messages and minutes cost extra at 10 cents per message or minute. 

There is an option to purchase a $5 data day pass add-on, which adds 500MB of LTE data. This extra data is available for 24 hours only. For a higher amount of data, a $10 data pass add-on for 1GB of LTE data is also available, which lasts up to 7 days.

Across all plan options, taxes and fees are not included and cost extra.

Source: T-Mobile Prepaid 

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  1. For most users,Simply Prepaid with its full speed LTE is a better option than One-Prepaid..

  2. Most people will pick unlimited high-speed data T-Mobile One Prepaid over limited high-speed data Simply Prepaid 10GB.
    For most people, unlimited high-speed phone data with 3Mbps throttle on hotspot/tethering trumps limited high-speed phone data with limited full-speed hotspot/tethering.

  3. I am using the T-Mobile $50 prepaid domestic and the download speeds are in the 1.2 to 1.7 mbps range as measured on my phone using The fast.com website. The nearby towers are transmitting 6 to 10 mbps as measured by ooklah. When compared to postpaid by placing a postpaid T-Mobile one sim card into my phone the download speeds are 26 to 45 mbps on my phone and ooklah measures 60 to 70 mbps at the towers. T-Mobile can now offer this $50 plan because they can throttle the download speeds. I am averaging 200gb of usage each month due to streaming ESPN and after reaching the first 50gb of usage my download speeds when there was network traffic was reduced to 0.13 to 0.18 mbps making the service unusable. Hotspot is consistent between 0.26 and 0.45 mbps

  4. Can one purchase the pay as you go out right or must one purchase a regular plan in order to be eligible to activate a pay as you go plan option?

  5. At ~$55/mo with taxes and fees, I'd just go with the $70 postpaid plan instead and take advantage of phone financing.

    If you can wrangle a senior into the 55+plan and knock the cost down to $35, then it becomes a no-brainer.

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