T-Mobile To Introduce Lower Priced Unlimited Plan?

We’ve just received word through our ninja grapevine that T-Mobile is set to introduce two revamped individual unlimited plans for both Even More and Even More Plus customers. Accordingly, T-Mobile will lower the price of the Even More individual unlimited plan to $79.99 (from $99.99) and for Even More Plus customers, that price would be further reduced to $69.99. While Even More Plus is currently on the back burner and you almost have to know to ask for it, no word on whether or not this signals a return to Even More Plus offerings online. We’re told this plan will drop February 23rd coinciding with the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S 4G. No word on changes to any other T-Mobile rate plan offerings.

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  • http://twitter.com/mrjlwilliams J. Williams

    I agree. What are you doing? But I do feel that people should not be so upset about them slowing the speeds down. There are others out there that need the network as well…lol. Share! I bet if they offered a plan for let’s sayyyyyy, $79.99, that is TRULY unlimited. NOT very many would get it, because people would say it cost too much. Most of us do not need 5GB of data every month, and for $20-$30…that is a great price.

  • Quitwhining

    Why are people *on contract* complaining that they don’t get discounts meant for new customers? I don’t get it. If you have signed a contract and received a specific deal, why should TMo change things just because you now want a better deal? Want the latest phone but already got one cheap/free when you signed your current contract – buy it at full price! It is a contract, honor it.

    • Jizzle

      Touche my friend! Anyone ever try to get a price adjustment on the purchase of a new car, all because the price dropped a few months after you bought yours?

  • Flashfox

    Nice… but what I am waiting for is an international data roaming plan. When I travel outside of the USA with my Vibrant, I need to make sure ALL data roaming is turned off. I even use a 3rd party app to make sure this happens. Thus my “super phone” becomes a “basic phone” overseas unless I find a WiFi hot spot. Sure, I can swap SIM cards but my business needs dictate that I use the same phone number.

    • kuntri

      Use your WiFi Calling app if u are overseas, calls are free. also, if u are in the US and want to call international. check out the international talk + text rate plan for $10 .. mobile to internation mobile = uses your mins on plan + texting to mobile phone is unlimited.

      • OnTheFence

        Except WiFi calling uses your minutes and International Talk still costs $/mn just at a reduced rate for most countries.

      • OnTheFence

        Except WiFi calling uses your minutes and International Talk still costs $/mn just at a reduced rate for most countries.

    • kuntri

      Use your WiFi Calling app if u are overseas, calls are free. also, if u are in the US and want to call international. check out the international talk + text rate plan for $10 .. mobile to internation mobile = uses your mins on plan + texting to mobile phone is unlimited.

  • Anonymous

    Already wrangled the above plan out of them during resigning recently. Sprint has a 69$ plan plus 10$ for the good phones, so tTMO is just matching. They need to do better, with phones and plans.

    • kuntri

      what else u want them to do? BTW Sprints rate plan has 450 Bucket mins towards In/out landline phone calls vs TMO EVERYTHING UNLIMITED for $79.99 no +10 for data.

      • OnTheFence

        BUT Sprint offers UNLIMITED calling mobile-to-mobile

        • O_o

          O_o….who the F@#% cares if EVERYTHING is unlimited on the tmo plan…you will never have to be the b-bag that ask someone “is this a landline cuz you know i only have 450 mins with sprint”

  • Gatorboyncaa

    Anything about a cost reduction for unlimited family plans?

  • Gatorboyncaa

    Anything about a cost reduction for unlimited family plans?

  • TenWays2Sunday

    If they came out with a truly unlimited data plan, I’d jump on it…even if it was more expensive.

  • http://twitter.com/darthenol Glenn McCloud

    I have found the #1 key when dealing with TMO IS TO BE OUT OF CONTRACT. I’ve been out for nearly 6 of the 9 years (going back to Voicestream) I’ve been with them. Out of contract gives you ALL the leverage ALL the time with them. And of course key #1A, is to be be polite; it goes a long way in getting what you want.

    Remember, it costs a business ‘x’ times more to get a new customer than to keep an existing one. I’ve had to gently remind a CSR or two of this fact of life.

    What I’ve spent buying (and reselling) my own phones combined with the freebies and other goodies I’ve received from TMO has made being out of contract worth it, no doubt.

  • http://twitter.com/darthenol Glenn McCloud

    I have found the #1 key when dealing with TMO IS TO BE OUT OF CONTRACT. I’ve been out for nearly 6 of the 9 years (going back to Voicestream) I’ve been with them. Out of contract gives you ALL the leverage ALL the time with them. And of course key #1A, is to be be polite; it goes a long way in getting what you want.

    Remember, it costs a business ‘x’ times more to get a new customer than to keep an existing one. I’ve had to gently remind a CSR or two of this fact of life.

    What I’ve spent buying (and reselling) my own phones combined with the freebies and other goodies I’ve received from TMO has made being out of contract worth it, no doubt.

    • Thagreat93

      agree 100% and u can get any new phone u want for the price u sold the old 1 for

    • bryan

      I think where a lot of people fail in this is your 1A, lots of people are flat out rude and that starts you out on the wrong foot.

  • Thagreat93

    they been did that just ask for loyalty they drop 20 bucks

    • TweetMo

      What?

  • Pete

    no plan bet tmobile prepaid unlimited talk taxt 100mb for $50.00
    i with tmobile for 7 year my contract is done i call tmobile to match there prepaid there told me it can,t be done.

  • Anonymous

    very interresting, but unless they drop a little more i will stick to my straight talk unlimited plan that only costs me $45 a month. i have unlimited talk, text and data with that and so far great nationwide coverage. somebody try and beat that, and i might be interested……….

  • Anonymous

    well i guess they have to try their best and hardest to gain back all the customers they have lost recently……but unless they jack up their network coverage and lower their prices even more, i think they will keep on battling to keep their existing users. i am with tracfone prepaid on a family plan which costs me $28 a month. the fact that it makes the control over the kids cellphone usage so much easier is only one of the reasons i opted for tracfone. their nationwide coverage is simply the best thanks to verizon and AT&T. to me a very important factor when it comes to choosing a cellphone provider

  • New3raent

    You are all aware that simple mobile is t mobile right???