T-Mobile To Roll Out Pay Per Day Monthly4G Plans?

T-Mobile is looking to continue beefing up their Monthly4G prepaid selection with the rumored addition of pay-per-day plans rolling out sometime in the future. We just received the above image which indicates new plans will be available on T-Mobile’s website, though a visit to the page itself didn’t yield any intel about “Pay by the Day” plans.

We now turn your attention to the below image showing what we believe may be the possible addition of the “Pay by the Day” Monthly4G plans to T-Mobile’s prepaid lineup. As you can see there is a $1 per day, $2 per day and a $3 per day option with details yet to be finalized for the first two amounts. It’s possible this intel is preparing for an upcoming rollout geared to attract customers during the end of year, typically the busiest sales season of the year.

So is T-Mobile adding “Pay by the Day” Monthly4G plans to their prepaid line up? Time will certainly tell but if these leaked screen shots are any indication we should have an answer very soon.

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  • J. Williams

    Just wanna clarify.  So is that $2 for web at 4G speeds, or 2G speeds?

    • juicy fruit

      Its 2G speed. The rest that refer to gigabytes are labeled GB. Good questioin.

      • J. Williams

        Thanks.

  • Anonymous

    Wheres the $60/mo monthly 4g option you told us about recently dave?

  • Jonathan123

    You guys should be working on getting unlimited speed and unlimited data atleast on WEEKENDS!

  • Jonathan123

    You guys should be working on getting unlimited speed and unlimited data atleast on WEEKENDS!

  • Vahshe2

    who cares when you can get Simple Mobile for $40 unlimited everything for $40 with 3G speeds.

    • Tbyrne

      3G isn’t really what you think it is. More like 2G.

  • TmoNinja

    Look at the image carefully.. these are only for VOICE lines.. Using a prepaid mobile bradband device will still default back to the $10. $20. $30, and $50 passes

  • tmobile

    They aren’t going to have a 70 dollar option with 5gb of data. Its 2gb. Now and it will probably stay that way

    • cellular-dude

      Are you saying the $70/5GB is going away in favor of the $60/2GB plan?

    • Anonymous

      If I could recall, the $70 plan includes 5 gigs of data. I would know this because this is the plan I’ve been on for 3 months now. I never heard anything about that changing. Plus, why would they do away with this plan when so many people use it?

  • Vahshe2

    I get 3G speeds and for email, IM, Facebook and basic browsing it works great. Not everyone has a fancy smartphone and needs to pay $60 or $70.

  • Anonymous

    Interesting, I’ll probably pick this up for a senior relative of mine.

  • Maschwar77

    Someone forgot to mention that there is a 60.00 per month plan that will allow 2GB of 4G data