T-Mobile To Introduce Unlimited Calling To Any Mobile On April 4th, No Contract Required

I have to say, I’m thrilled to see T-Mobile add this to their current rate plan offerings and for such a good value. “Beginning April 4th, T-Mobile will offer Unlimited Any Mobile, a $10 per month subscriber-level feature that includes unlimited calling to any domestic mobile number, including Puerto Rico, regardless of carrier.” Love it.

So why choose Unlimited Any Mobile?

1. No contracts required — Customers currently on rate plans with limited minute allotments may be hesitant to bump up to the unlimited plans due to a contract extension. This $10 add-on doesn’t require a contract extension and considering 80% of T-Mobile calls are made to mobile numbers, it can just be as good as Unlimited.

2. Bill reduction — Customers with monthly overage charges but still hesitant to jump on to an unlimited plan may find the $10 a month Unlimited Any Mobile plan very beneficial.

3. Does not change existing rate plan — Unlimited Any Mobile will not require a change to your existing rate plan and can be added or removed at any time. Customers anticipating a short-term rise in call volume, can add Unlimited Any Mobile for a billing cycle or two and then remove the feature.

I love the idea of a Unlimited Any Mobile feature and while it’s hard to argue that Unlimited Minute plans don’t offer the very same feature, for some…this is a great offer.

Thanks TmoExpert88!

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  • Recorptnh

    I see this being a huge deal… to people that still live on the minutes era…no one else

  • phong nguyen

    T-Mobile needs to get a family version, AT&T has a family Messaging, with Unlimited MOBILE 2 MOBILE all for $30 for the entire family plan. Meaning if I had 5 lines on the account I only needed to pay $30 and all five lines would receive unlimited messaging and mobile to mobile to mobile regardless of carrier.

    • Jcj1

      you do realize they had that for a long time on family plans, even before ATT did

      • phong nguyen

        Oh really? T Mobile has had the option to call ANY MOBILE REGARDLESS OF CARRIER Unlimited (not fav five) meaning as many numbers you want for free? Than someone needs to tell Tmobile they are introducing something they already have. Next time try reading it, ATT has a package that includes UNLIMITED TEXT and UNLIMITED Mobile to Mobile on any carrier and ANY number for $30. Where is Tmobile’s? The Article clearly states that it is $10/line.

  • chumlee46

    Who is on minute plans anymore? Am I reading a page from 2005?

    • me

      Uh, lots of people. I stay well under my 500 anytime minutes thanks to unlimited myFaves + M2M/nights/weekends.

    • deeoh1084

      we (family share plan 5 lines) only use about total of 450 minutes per month average 

    • Guest234

      I have a 450 minute bucket. I used 3 minutes in my last billing period. However, I used 823 of my free nights & weekends and mobile to mobile. Depending on usage, not everybody needs unlimited.

  • EXIBITman

    Yea its compatile just call custermer cares. i get the same services people who sign contacts do the same handsets same 4Gs data. For about 60:00$ less per month.

  • Fed Up

    aw dang, t-mobile is bringing us a great NEW service for 10$…. per month, per line!! oh what’s that you say?!? sprint has had it FREE on its plans for years now? AT&T offers it for FREE on a 20$ texting plan? WELL you know, T-Mobile does have the BEST PRICES AND ALL… So i guess we have to make some tradeoffs.. right? We have to give up things like competitive service quality? competitive data speeds? competitive customer service? well all of those are GONE so it appears as if they’re definitely succeeding! but hey, at least we have cheap prices!

    dear sprint,
    if only i didn’t have a contract…..

  • UMA_Fan

    What’s amazing about this is how a family plan of 5 on T-Mobile completely destroys anything else out there.  Including the Sprint any mobile any time.

    5 lines, 1000 mins to landline, unl any mobile, free wifi calling to landlines, unl texting, unl 2GB data for everyone comes to $260…. That’s nuts!!!   Increase your data by $10 per line if you need more high speed data of course.

  • Brenton Cotter

    FML  I just left TMO for Sprint and now I see this.  


      The Grass ain’t always greener now is it? 

    • fixxmyhead

      i hope u like dial up speeds

    • in2android

      Thers like rwo places in the country that Sprint runs more than 512kbps. I’ll never understand why anyone goes to them? Ppl say Tmo’s phones are looking bad right now, but Sprints lineup  is worse IMO. I don’t care for the iphone, so that’s not enticeing to me. Not to mention, that with Tmo refarming for the 1900 band, you have a vast amount of choices if your willing to pay for them.

    • Tierra Jackson

      I did the same thing I got sprint last week.

  • JrC

    It is unlimited, but after 1000 minutes you have to talk real slow!



    • in2android

      That’s the funniest comment I’ve ever read on this site! ROTFLMAO!

    • TechHog

      I love you.

  • Gouv

    I’m actually surprised T-Mobile wasn’t the first to roll out such a feature or include it in some way.  Some of the competing carriers have had it for a while but something like this always struck me as a t-mobile style feature considering they used to the my faves thing.

  • voodchl

    This is a great option for people out of contract and grandfathered rate plans. It’s rare to come across a grandfathered rate plan that works out better for the customer, but it does happen from time to time. Don’t hold your breath on the monthly plans getting this option. There are a lot of features that are contract only. I don’t seeing this being any different.

    And for all the complaints about having to add it per-line on a family plan, the idea is that you only add it to the lines that need it. Little Suzy might only use her line for text, Little Timmy might use a lot of data, but Mom could use the extra voice coverage. If you’re adding it to all the lines, then yes, Unlimited makes more sense.

  • http://cosmicbreeze.tumblr.com/ DtheArtist

    It’s great, but then again it’s kind of a fail, because I’ve read it’s only for outgoing calls, not incoming calls too.

    • Charlie Brigante

      Who are you? I should remember you? What, you think you like me? You ain’t like me… I’ve been with made people, connected people. Who’ve you been with? I don’t trust you, much less who you heard it from. I’ll wait and see what T-mobile says instead. Now stop spreading nonsense. 

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/NWOCIYMX64U6TYAUMI5NSK2O5A chris meyers

    These carriers really don’t compete on voice anymore anyway. Why not just throw in unlimited voice minutes period for $10. None of this mobile only/ no landlines/ outgoing calls only (maybe) nonsense. It just confuses customers. The real competition in the future is data bundles, voice is incidental. It’s just a matter of when not if.

  • http://cosmicbreeze.tumblr.com/ DtheArtist

    It would be great if they left the monthly plans (Monthly 4G) up to be more personalized. Like I could pay like $30-$40 for unlimited messaging, & 500 minutes, & they allowed you to add your own data usage that works for you at a reasonable cost, then add on the $10 unlimited any mobile subscription & it would end up to like $50 or $60 w/ like 500 minutes, unlimited any mobile 5GB’s of full high speed 4G, & unlimited messaging.

    • in2android

      We have multiple lines, grandfathered prices, and 15% discount. Per line we pay $50 for unlimited text & talk and $20 for 5g of high speed 4g. Thats $70, before the 15%, so all said and done it’s $58.50 plus tax X 4 lines. T-mobiles amazing, and we could never let go of that deal! I was actually considering adding an AT&T line in order to use some of the unlocked international, but after paying my current rates for so long, i just couldn’t bring myself to pay the amount they wanted. I’m so excited T-mobiles finally gona have the 1900 band! I was ready to scream like a girl…. Lol. I really don’t think there’s a better service in the states at a better price than what T-mobile gives me! Unless you work for a major carrier, or you have a company paid line.

      • http://cosmicbreeze.tumblr.com/ DtheArtist

        True, our bill is like $130 thou. I’m still confused how in a sense. We don’t even use stuff that much. I feel like $100 even would be reasonable. But this… ugh.

  • heh!

    its not gonna be available for families!!!!!

    • http://cosmicbreeze.tumblr.com/ DtheArtist

       Are they serious? I mean one person on a line can’t just add it for $10? I mean it doesn’t have to be $10 for both lines, but I wouldn’t be able to add it to my line for $10?

      • http://twitter.com/travh13 BlazersFan12

        It will be available for each line separately.  As of now there is no feature for the entire account. 

        • http://cosmicbreeze.tumblr.com/ DtheArtist

           Ok, good. Thanks

  • http://twitter.com/iDiotGear Rob Daman

    i’m glad i just have unlimited everything so i don’t need to worry. my wife talks over 14,000 minutes a month. I am NOT kidding!

    • Netflyr


  • Edward M

    T-mobile also got that value plan that’s pretty good…and the monthly 4G that’s 100 minutes/ unlimited text/ 5GB of data for $30. I got it for my daughter she don’t talk a lot but she be texting a lot.

  • Netflyr

    @UMA_Fan:disqus  Rob Daman – I call bull pucky on 14000 min a month.  Do the math before you try looking cool on a comment thread that in fact makes you look like an idiot.  Simple math.  14000 min = 233.33 hrs.  that means she either spends a total of 7.78 hrs a day on the phone OR 11.67 hrs a day during the work week and no time on the weekends…assuming a 30 day month.  Ya…sure she does.

    • Anonymous.

      Before jumping to conclusions how do you know this guy isn’t saying “14,000” to over-exaggerate that his wife talks on the phone too much. You don’t have to take things so literal.

  • kennington

    I hope this will be availible for prepaid monthly4g customers too… I really hate having my minutes restricted…

  • SalesRep101

    I think this is a great feature for those customers that are on a bucket minute plan or an older plan that is cheaper or has as much value as some of our new plans. Working for the company and how tight-knit they have become with using a Right Fit Guide on EVERY customer that comes through the door and drilling us on the “Keep Them” aspect part of the company, this is going to make the sales reps angry with the amount of e-mails we receive and the responses from upper management.

    They are pushing us for contact renewals on any kind of plan. In our market, if a customer is on a grandfathered SunCom plan, they’re most likely going to stay on that plan and keep using a BlackBerry or a phone first device being their rate plans were extremely cheap by no comparison with any other carrier.

    Proactively offering this to customers will be good for a short amount of time as upper management always pushes new feature releases. After a month or so, they will be on our case about why the number of contact renewals have dropped significantly. Most of our customers enjoy T-Mobile as their cellular carrier but just like me, they enjoy being out of contact and being able to switch whenever that time comes with paying no penalty.

    This is a little longer than I wanted it to be but either way it’ll be both good and bad. It’ll be extremely beneficial for the customers but as for the sales reps, be prepared to receive that e-mail or one-on-one with your manager about “contract renewals being not to quota.”

  • JeremyMeiss

    I haven’t seen anything else on this – are they going to allow this on Monthly4G plans?

  • http://www.ringcentral.com/phone-system/index.html Phone Service

    This sure is good news. Even if the service is limited to T-Mobile subscribers only, it will still give you a whole lot of savings on your phone bills.

  • Sarah10031

    I found this to be all hype

  • Earlgrey

    I simple can not take the horrible T Mobile customer service anymore. I found with the T Mobile plans that their is so many hidden fees and the ordering process of phones can be a nightmare.

  • Milicalen

    This seems great but I don’t see how or where to find this feature, it doesn’t appear in my change services page nor anywhere on T-Mobile’s website.

  • dmitriy

    on your mobile device go to My Account and then choose Plan and after go to change additional Services > extra Minutes.