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T-Mobile’s new unlimited data plan is what all phone plans should be like

05/01/2017

At its Uncarrier Next CES event in Las Vegas today, T-Mobile announced it’s getting rid of data brackets. All of its plans will (...)
At its Uncarrier Next CES event in Las Vegas today, T-Mobile announced it’s getting rid of data brackets. All of its plans will be ‘unlimited,’ without a worry about speed throttling for most users. Secondly, the company is implementing a what-you-see-is-what-you-get policy with bill prices. That means that the price advertised includes all taxes and regulatory fees, and that’s what’s charged to your account. T-Mobile says it’s doing this without raising current prices too, so new customers will theoretically be paying even less than they were before As it stands, that means prices are as follows, without any additional fees: $70… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: T-Mobile At its Uncarrier Next CES event in Las Vegas today, T-Mobile announced it’s getting rid of data brackets. All of its plans will be ‘unlimited,’ without a worry about speed throttling for most users. Secondly, the company is implementing a what-you-see-is-what-you-get policy with bill prices. That means that the price advertised includes all taxes and regulatory fees, and that’s what’s charged to your account. T-Mobile says it’s doing this without raising current prices too, so new customers will theoretically be paying even less than they were before As it stands, that means prices are as follows, without any additional fees: $70… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: T-Mobile
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