T-Mobile rolls out cheaper tier of unlimited service2018-08-06 16:54 by Daniela
T-Mobile introduced a less expensive version of its unlimited plan, offering four lines of no-frills service for $120. The plan essentially is the least expensive of T-Mobile's three unlimited options, and the launch of the offering comes amid similar tiered-pricing strategies from the rest of the nation's wireless operators.
The new plan is called T-Mobile Essentials. For $60 per month or $30 per line for four lines each month, Essentials gives customers unlimited talk, text, and data on the company's network. T-Mobile will begin offering the plan on Friday.
As for mobile hotspot use, that's also included, though not at the same sort of speeds as T-Mobile ONE customers might experience. Essentials includes unlimited mobile hotspot use, but capped at 3G speeds. If you need faster, $10 per month adds on 10 GB of LTE mobile hotspot access.
The release of T-Mobile's new plan also comes just a few days after the carrier said it now expects to acquire more new customers during the course of 2018 than it previously expected. Specifically, the company said it now expects to gain branded postpaid net customer additions of between 3 million and 3.6 million—figures up from the 2.6 million to 3.3 million guidance that the company released earlier this year.
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