Catherine Zeta Jones Loves Project Dark


UPDATE: I have added 2 more images after the jump!

I am still a little befuddled by where these came from?! According to one of our @Tmonews twitter followers, they were posted in a Grocery Store in Corpus Christi, Texas. Ok, so that is just strange. For the moment though, these images further “confirm” the recent leaked pricing information and we have to again wonder, did T-Mobile really go through all this trouble printing up fake documents???? All will be revealed Sunday, but until then enjoy the image of the still lovely Catherine Zeta Jones and hit the jump link for one more image. Not of Catherine though, sad.


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  • Rob

    @ Alex
    My bad about the Galaxy. I meant the moment and other Samsung phones are using 800mhz. As far as the HD2 I know for a fact it is coming out Dec. early Jan.

  • FEZ!

    _Susan J: By the way, I see you have an unlimited calling plan. Isn’t it great to be able to keep in touch and not worry about going over minutes?
    David Bui: Yes! I love it!
    David Bui: I heard rumors about a new plan going around for unlimited minutes?
    _Susan J: I am not at liberty yet to discuss it, but check on Sunday or Monday to read all about it.


  • The Observer

    no wonder tmobile call it the even more plans, because you pay “even more” smh

  • deangelo724

    you guys won’t believe this, i just called t-mobile, and a representative, very nice btw, just confirmed everything for me. she is even in the process of trying to futuredate my price plan to the even more plus as we speak. i am currently on the myfaves 600 minutes for 49.99 with android web svc for 34.99, and trying to migrate to the Even more plus unlimited talk text and web for 79.99, and as it is, she is speaking nothing of the $35.00 migration charge we’ve been seeing.

    Brb with updates.

  • Luis

    so this is officially the new plans???? wow i really pray theres somthing else behind this plan cuz that just doesn’t look right or very appealing to me even with or with out contracts… iam hoping this is a cover up to the real price points at least a lil lower cuz it just looks like some would be saving a few bucks…. $99 for everything unlimited wow anyway.

    even with this still doesnt turn me away but wow dam t-mobile so much hype for this? its not that big.

    thats y there has to be somthing else behind all of this

  • deangelo724

    wehere is something that may help, hopefully the rep doesn’t get fired, but i don’t think there is going to be any migration fee for the change. so for some of you guys that have been concerned with this, it may not be an issue.

    also i did not find that you would be locked into any promissary agreements with the eip(handset financing). So what i am speculating is that you may be able to purchase another under eip and pay the difference, but maybe there is a catch, like returning your device in like new condition of course. but again that is just my speculation.

    oh t-mobile systems are gonna be down tomorrow evening of course, so if you have any questions or problems, just wait til sunday, cause i doubt anyone will be able to do anything until then, as the refresh in systems is necessary for the uploading of the new even more plans.

    God bless the rep as im sure she is probable in training, or idk. but i hope she doesn’t get into any trouble. But again, these prices are accurate.
    Sorry to disappoint anyone who had “maybes” and “possibly’s” in their hearts.

  • fmh

    Welcome to network congestion… more people, even more talk,even more plus network drops.

  • josh uhlemeyer

    well that’s more then what i got out of a customer service rep. all i got was that the plans will have the choice of being on a contract or not on a contract. and that they will have unlimited talk and unlimited text and unlimited text & talk & web. i couldn’t get any pricing out of the the customer service rep. i talked to. she did say that having questions about new plans is understandable when they phase out other plans. since i have myfavs it seem’s like they are getting rid of those. and she told me just to wait till sunday if i have more questions. anyway it’s not much info that we all didn’t already know about.

  • helloo

    hello people lets just wait til sunday for true trueness :) haha!

  • James

    Quick Question,

    what happend to the $49.99 Unlimited Talk? i see that on the other Topic, Also what happend to the Unlimited Talk+Talk=$59.99..? did Tmobile change that from the Previous Project Dark or White Ads..? am confused… because i just changed the Unlimited Text from My plan and went to 1000 text for 9.99,

    i have Unlimited Talk for $49.99+$14.99 Unlimited Text = $64.98

    but according to the new Plan, it will cost me $69.99… so i better get my Unlimited Text Back before this Project Dark come out..? i can save cuple dollers… right..?

  • Moblow55

    I was told today by a Tmo Rep the prices for current Tmo customers was going to be better than the Tmo employees have.
    If these prices are correct, Tmos employes discount blows!!!

  • hahah

    To: The Observer

    you got it right.

    That is how Tmo names their plan, in which you pay EVEN MORE</r? than your current plan PLUS you pay the full price for phone

  • hahah

    Even More: You pay more, even more than your current TMO Plan
    Even More Plus: You pay more, PULS you pay for the phone

  • helloo


  • Hec

    I’m currently on a $89/mo unlimited talk for two phones, plus the 400 msg add on that would be $100 plus tax…so why bother with the even more plans? are they nuts, or out of their minds, Boost has a $50/mo unlimited talk text and web period, no tax , i can’t wait till my contract expires.

  • captspalding

    Any word on what AT&T or Verizon will counter with. Based on these plans and pricing it won’t take much to blow TMO out of the water.

  • RWWackostu

    Interesting – If you go on the my tmobile site and try to click on a plan, they all pop up with an error page. They are already starting the switch.

  • tmogeek

    Who ever said this pricing is better than tmo employee pricing is an idiot I have 2000mins w/myfaves with unlimited txt and web for $20 before tax!

  • RWWackostu

    Now some of them are back. I guess there is much site work going on.

  • JR

    What phone is she holding? It’s not the Mytouch or the Cliq unless I’m blind.

  • RWWackostu

    Based on what we have seen with even more and EM+ , should I lock in a loyality plan while I have a chance? According to my tmo, it still offers me the unlimited loyality family plan for 89.99. Still wont get me the data im looking for but will ensure unlimited talk and text. Im on queue with CS (#31)(for a software exception popping on my Berry) and will ask about it.

  • Filmore

    I don’t get it, the majority of you bitch about the plans, how fucking cheap are you. I think the plans are well for what is being offered and the coverage, sure you can go with boost and cricket for 50 a month, look at the phones they have. Get a fucking life. You don’t even have to go to those plans, I hear you can keep the same plan your welfare ass has already. It seems like the majority of you people bitching are the trailer people that need to be on cricket. Quit crying and wipe the sand out of your vagina.

  • Moblow55

    @ tmogeek

    the rep told me that the prices r going to be better than what tmo employee have.

    u pay $20?

  • bastage

    there is no way its gonna be better then the tmo employee plan’s..

  • Matt

    @hec – I have had problems with Boost. Go with Straight Talk, they are your friend for Unlimited Talk/Text/Web and 411. No smart phone, but one smart price at 45.00

  • MaysBerry

    umm correct me if im wrong but isnt cathy Z holding the HTC HERO????? that doesnt look like the galaxy(behold2) or the my touch OR the tattoo or whateva!! isnt that the hero???

  • Andrew


    I thought the same thing at first, but it is most definitely a black mytouch 3g.

  • Rossi

    @ filmore

    Get bent. For the record my profession is one of the most white collar professions out there. It also has 6 figure salaries across the board. Excuse me if I don’t want to spend extra money on my cell phone plans for measely data usage. Part of having and being successful with money is careful management of said funds. Apparently you’ve never heard the fact that most self made millionaires are stingy by nature.

    Why did I just reply to such trash… I’m tired of ignorance that’s why. Thanks for exposing your’s for all to see…

  • Porter

    Just spoke to a rep…your current plan won’t change if you want a subsidized phone in the future, they can’t change your current plan. For me I will add web tomorrow to make sure I lock it in at that price and I will wait to agree to a 22-month agreement when one of the better smartphones comes out like the Behold II or hopefully the Hauwei. If the new plan is better then I will adjust, but I am not holding my breath.

    Again, I was guaranteed that I could get a phone for the subsidized price and continue my current contract even after all of the new plans have taken effect.

    Does any of this sound wrong?

  • wellsaid

    Well said!

    @ someone else:
    I always tip waiter at least 30%, because the hard-working people deserved; I just paid cash to buy my 2010 Lexus 460L, because it is worth. But why should I pay a mobile service 1 penny more when there is a better plan.

    Smart isn’t frugal, over-spent just proves your stupidity

  • Moblow55

    Actually, it does look like the Hero. It has the big trackball.

  • Timothy

    I wish people would stop mistaking footprint for network strength. Network congestion won’t be a problem for magenta, learn from the mistakes of others.

  • atomic

    @ filmore.

    The majority of us want better plans to save money. You sound like a little fat kid that gets his cellphone paid by his/her parents. Maybe you should get off your lazy fat ass and go get a job and go sign up for a gym so you can see how many bills pile up on your faggot ass. Stfu with that crap.

  • 4real

    @ Rossi

    Interesting that a response with promoting profession and salary at someone with an opinion about all the gripping upsets you. Then the lesson on how millions are made…lol

    I wonder if some truth must be hitting home to get so offended… in any case, it’s simple to just leave.

    Typically I’m interested in reading the plus and minus on actual phones that readers divulge, but this is too much.

  • yes

    So I want to say it right now the unlimited loyalty plan for one phone is 49.99 plus tax and includes unlimited minutes (not unlimited text, that is an add on). The unlimited loyalty plan for two phones is 89.99 (again does not include text). The text rate right now is at 24.99 unlimited for the family or 14.99 for just one phone. If you are a new customer coming off the street the price for unlimited is 99.99 which includes talk and text (not web). The web rates are 9.99 per month for regular phones, and 24.99 per month with a data device. On each of those web plans it is sometimes cheaper to add the unlimited messaging on them than to add each seperate. If the plan prices are correct then it is quite a bit cheaper for a new customer to get unlimited service than it is currently for T-Mobile. Also if we look at the competitor prices:
    Sprint unlimited everything for 99.99 or 89.99 for two lines or above
    AT&T and Verizon unlimited minutes for 99.99 for each line. (does not include data or messaging.
    So again if these prices are correct for T-mobile then the plans either beat or are the same price as the other top four carriers.
    The only companies that have it cheaper are Boost and Cricket. Which there are many horror stories with those two companies.
    So to me everything that we see here is a step in the right direction. And maybe we can see some change in the US Wireless industry (i.e. no contracts!!!) How many times do we say we don’t want to sign a contract for this or that. Well now T-Mo gives them a chance. And if they mess you over then just leave! There is no ETF to do so. It almost sounds too good to be true, but I bet its not.

  • Ricky

    This looks like it’s a better deal than the sprint plan. For $99.99 you get unlimited everything with 2 year contract on sprint, same now with tmobile’s new plan. For $69.99 you get 450 + unlimited data+ text with 2 year contract on sprint, which beats tmobile’s new $79.99 plan that has 500 + unlimited data + text; however, tmobile’s other new plan with no contract and unlimited everything is $79.99 which beats sprint $99.99 deal and also for $59.99 you can get 500 + unlimited data + text which is cheaper than sprint’s deal and no contract.

  • Kurt

    Comparing Tmo’s cheapest plan is unfair to compare the the big three phone companies (who subsidize their phones) because Tmo’s new cheapest all inclusive plan requires that you buy a smart phone at full retail value of $400-500. I love these people that say, “Well, I’ll just bring that old Blackberry 9700 that has been sitting in my closet to T-mobile!” Any old phones people have are just that! OLD PHONES (and they can’t be old phones from Verizon or Sprint). To get at ‘fairly’ new smart phone you have to Shell out $500 retail for to Tmobile to get the 80 dollar plan….Many keep missing this. $500 is big chunk of change and is deceptive.

  • Googly

    if I brought an unlocked iPhone to Tmobile would I be paying $10 or $25 for web. I’d have to use EDGE since 3G is not compatible with Tmobiles frequencies.

    How would this work?

  • Rossi

    @ 4real(idiot)

    There’s only one thing that you’re correct about in your post, which is, Let’s get back to the news. I’ll keep the rest of my posts on topic.

    @ the rest of you,

    To all those that sent these photos in, I appreciate it. This site would have nothing to talk about without your input! Seriously, who likes waiting until a planned release date to learn about something like this? I sure don’t! Now let’s get some new phone leaks!

  • Eraser

    @Kurt I agree 100%.

    The only way these plans can be a “game changer” is if the phone financing is included in the quoted prices for EM+.

    If you bring your own phone (old phone, buy it on eBay, whatever), then they should knock the price at least $15/per month to be competitive.

    I would be more than willing to purchase my own phone at full price if I get unlimited everything for $65, for $80, not so much.

  • Steve


    I agree with wbat you said about pricing on unsubsidized plans. I’m really dissapointed by these plans. While I agree that everything plus is new to to the national carriers it isn’t new to the prepaid market AND you’re paying $30 a month more for what? I think $60 a month unlimited everything and non subsidized phone would have shaken things up significantly…..$30 more just ticks me off and makes me want to look at sprint and gamble on their reputation of poor customer service.

  • helloo

    the phone she is holding is the black MT3G

  • mattymatt72

    I love tmobile, and will not change to another provider, however. I have 5 lines of service on a family plan and the above does nothing for me. Tmobile again over promises and under delivers. Add this to the fact they are always behind the curve on the latest phones( we get the moto cliq, verizon gets the moto droid, we get the magic, sprint gets the hero, etc….) and its not hard to see why tmobile is in 4th place. They will have to buy the competition to move up the ladder, thats just a fact, or fire senior management and replace them with a new management team better able to grow a business.

  • rossi

    @ mattymatt72

    I have to agree with you. I am still holding out hope that tomorrow brings something other than these lackluster new plans. If you want unlimited the new plans are a great bargain. For everything else, the new plans are no better than what we already have. In some cases actually worse. Especially for those of us who have 5 lines on our family plans.

  • Rob

    Well…possibly good news (at least for me). I just talked to a CSR at T-mobile. I explained to her that I was worried about the MyFaves plans going away because they work perfect for me. And I’d end up having to pay a lot more to cover my minutes in these new ‘dark’ plans.

    My wife currently has the 300 MyFaves plan. She uses almost all 300 minutes + about 1000 minutes worth of MyFaves. So a total of just under 1500 each month. I’ve been planning to add a line for me in a MyFaves family plan.

    Long story short, I asked if I should sign up today in order to get grandfathered in before the new price plans. She said that MyFave Plans are NOT GOING ANYWHERE. The new ‘dark’ plans are ONLY in addition to existing plans for more options. So if she was correct, all old plans will still be there.

    I guess that actually makes some sense with the new plan naming scheme:
    Even More
    Even More +

    Both those plans are Even More than what??? So if the CSR didn’t lead me astray it looks like T-Mo will have:
    Old current plans
    Even More plans (new dark plan)
    Even More Plus plans (new dark plan)

    Anyways…hope she was right cuz MyFaves work perfect for my situation!
    Tomorrow the dust settles!!!!!!!!! What a ride we’ve been on this week.

    Here’s hoping that t-mobile gets a cool phone soon (Droid anyone??)

  • Jordannn

    project dark sucks. like someone already said, its not even the best prices out there. unless they have something else up their sleeve this is a complete let down.

  • niididy

    I personally don’t know what to think anymore after reading everyone’s comments. In less than 24 hrs, we’ll find out.

  • SamanthaQ

    Well I’ve been a T-Mobile customer for years, and I’ve had the 49.95 unlimted voice plan for a while now. No contract extension, nothing. I’d signed up years ago getting 1000 minutes for 39.95 and I figured it was worth the peace of mind for an extra ten bucks. I just upgraded my phone to the Merlot MyTouch and upgraded my dataplan from 19.95 a month for the Dash I was using to the 24.95 for the unlimited MyTouch. I don’t really use text messages considering with data, I just leave IM, Twitter and FB running and folks can easily reach me.

    So I don’t know if “Dark” is going to do anything for me that I can use.

    I do think it’s awesome that they are trying to get more competitive with the other carriers.

  • Chris

    Why are so many people crying. These plans are nothing but good news and a move in the right direction regarding contracts in the us cell phone industry. I have the loyalty plan and I’ve been contract free for 3 years and have no intention of going under contract any time soon so the option to buy a new phone in 20 installments could be a good option for me. These prices are good for unlimited, undercutting sprint by $20+ is great but I guess you can’t please everyone

  • Queen

    With BOTH plans, it seems that TMO wants you to stay with them for TWO years.

    Even More (2 year contract req)
    Even More Plus (20 month phone payment plan)

    I prefer ONE year contracts with the discounted NEW phone price.

    So how are these plans benefiting me???