T-Mobile 10Gigs4All is back, get four lines with 10GB each for $120 per month

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The 10Gigs4All family plan is making a comeback! T-Mobile says that starting today, customers can sign up for a family plan that includes up to 4 lines of 10GB of 4G LTE data for $120 per month. The first 2 lines are $50 each, and adding a third line is $20 more. If you’d like to add a fourth line, you can do so at no extra charge. If you’ve got a line that needs more LTE data, you can bump a line up to 20GB of LTE data each month for an additional $10 per line.

In addition to each line getting 10GB of LTE data, all four users will get unlimited calls and texts — including to and from Mexico and Canada — 4G LTE data in Mexico and Canada that comes out of your data bucket, rollover data, unlimited data and text in more than 140 countries, unlimited music streaming with Music Freedom, Wi-Fi Calling, unlimited international texting from the US, and unlimited in-flight texting with Gogo.

This 10Gigs4All plan originally launched over the summer, and T-Mo says that it is its most popular promo ever. As before, though, this plan will be around for a limited time, so it’d be wise to sign up sooner rather than later if you’re interested in taking advantage of it. The 10Gigs4All plan is available to new and current customers and you can sign up in stores, online, and through telesales, (1‑844‑222‑1941) so you’ve got several ways to enroll.

Source: T-Mobile

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  • kev2684

    The first 2 lines are $50 each, and adding a third line is $20 more. If you’d like to add a fourth line, you can do so at no extra charge. Additionally, you can add another 10GB per month for $10 per line.

    if you look at the website, the 4th line is free.
    $50+ $50 + $20 + $10 = $130 not $120.

    • Alex Wagner

      Yes, that’s what I was getting at. I tweaked my wording to make that more clear.

      • kev2684

        what i want to know though is if it’s possible to get unlimited with this plan. i don’t see it anywhere

        • beyondthetech

          They don’t offer unlimited with this plan.

          Just add the 10USD to whichever line you want to bump it to 20GB per month. Unless you’re AVERAGING over 20GB per month, the Data Stashing of the remainder of your 20GB allotment should keep you well stocked, not to mention having an initial 20GB at the start of the plan.

          I had the grandfathered unlimited data plan for 20USD per month, but after noticing I’m averaging 7-9GB of monthly usage, I decided to switch to this plan. I’m saving money and with the Data Stash, it still feels like unlimited.

        • Zacamandapio

          No. You have to get the other plan that has $80 for two lines w/1GB of data per line and then add unlimited for $30. Or add 3GB for $10 and/or 5GB for $20.

  • how about a 5gb plan? 4 lines 4gb for all for 100?

    • Daniel Marchand

      I’d love that… but from the T-Mobile perspective it’s probably a heck no! They are trying to raise the income per user each family of 4 they get to switch off the old 2.5GB promo for $100 adds an extra $240/yr in revenue (assuming all lines have 2.5GB and go to 10GB).

      • indeed true but any level of income is income… doesnt seem right to offer 2.5 then jump all the way to 10..

  • steven berson

    Ill stick with my old unlimited plan for 20$. I use 20gb a month. Have the promotion 2.5 gb plan. 100+20 unlimited = $120. Wish you could share the 10gb per line.

  • Nivek

    i still don’t think i will give up my 2 unlimited for 100. Still it’s a killer deal.

    • whiskers

      I agree , that’s what i currently have as well .

    • kev2684

      can you add lines on those?

      • JLV90

        yes at $40 each

      • lynyrd65

        Yes, at $40 a line for as many lines as you are approved for (I think I can have up to 10).

    • Fabian Cortez

      They need to bring that back briefly.

  • Qstar

    with a family of 5 is it possible to have the first 4 lines at $120 and the 5th line with the grandfathered $20 unlimited data?

    • Rupesh

      I don’t believe that would be possible. It’s all in or not. I could be wrong but I highly doubt if they will allow it (it will be great if they do :-))

    • NexusPhan

      Absolutely not. Sorry.

    • JLV90

      unlimited isn’t allowed on this plan

    • Zacamandapio

      No. You either get this package and get all lines with 10GBs and add 10GB/line for another $10 or go to the other simple choice plans that have the unlimited data. I was on this plan when it came out but I went back to unlimited. 20GBs weren’t enough.

  • Zach Mauch

    Question. If I do this and then at some point in the future want to add a fifth option will that phone be an additional $20 or an additional $40?

    • Rupesh

      I guess it would be whatever the price is at that time.

      • Zach Mauch

        Assuming the price is still $20/line, my concern is are they going to honor the previous deal (one line free) or say any changes invalidates it and I have to pay for both lines. Make sense?

        • steveb944

          I would assume you pay whatever the add on is. We initially had something similar years ago when add ons were $5 and they switched to $10/$15, all we did was pay extra for the 5th. With promos tho…

          Here’s my example with the 4/100. We had 5 lines, we added one more, so they placed all 6 on that plan. Afterwards we added a 7th, but she was placed separately from the main plan because she only wanted 1GB or they couldn’t add her anymore.

          Just last week I called T-Mobile for the fraud issue, and they added the 2.5GB to the 7th line to match them all up at no extra cost (it’s been a year). So ultimately YMMV, but you should be fine.

        • Andrew

          as long as you’re on the 10gigs4All plan and don’t change, it will cost $20 per line for lines 5 thru 10. Adding a line won’t change your plan.

  • mattcrecelius

    Just be careful if you are combining existing plans. My brother and I combined our 2 lines each into this plan. Three of the EIP’s transferred but the 4th line was a Jump on Demand lease and is not transferable. Customer service told me numerous times that it was and now I have to pay off my lease.

    • Ordeith

      JUMP is such a scam.

      • Whiskers

        The new Jump On Demand is a rental / lease scam.

        • That Cool Guy

          Troll of the year…we already explained to you how you’re wrong in the previous news post but you just keep coming back for more.

        • Alex Pilaia

          Jay, you are 100% incorrect.. The point of JOD is to trade in the phone anytime with any balance on it. no more 50% or paid off BS. Get the iphone 6 with JOD, wait a day, JUMP to the 6s for $5. Problem solved and you dont pay $700 for it with other carriers..

        • Andrew

          yeah that’s really not how it works at all but good luck.

        • Alex Pilaia

          Would you rather pay $700 for the iphone at Verizon/ATT or $90 at Tmo ($5/mo x 18mo)? Thats what I thought.. So it is a very good deal

        • Ordeith

          I’d rather pay $80 for a Lumia 640 and be done with it, but that’s just me. :)

          and you conveniently left oft the “eligible, fully owned smartphone to trade-in” cost of entry, there.

        • Alex Pilaia

          Not really.. Just get the iPhone 6 with JOD, then trade it in to get the 6s for $5/month. Worked like a charm for me;;.. :P

        • Jay

          Only way you get it for $5 is if the iPhone 6 was paid off in full. Just upgrading to the 6s doesn’t give you the $5 month promo. Phone has to be owned by you.

        • Ordeith

          That wouldn’t qualify as a “fully owned smartphone”, so no.

        • I’d rather pay $649.99 for the Lumia 950 XL and remain on Simple Choice Prepaid. Why? Because the ETFs really hurt your credit when you have to pay it.

        • Daniel Marchand

          ETF’s don’t affect your credit so long as you pay them.

      • skywalkr2

        If the insurance deductible was useful it would not be a scam… but $180 to repair a cracked screen? That’s grand larceny.

    • brybry

      are you going to lose the credit?

      • mattcrecelius

        I spent over 30 minutes on the phone with the “Solutions Department” They credited me the final lump sum payment and let me pay the rest off over 12 weeks. I only had my G4 for about 2 months, so I owed almost the whole purchase price.

        • dtam

          if there was only 1 JOD, why don’t that person take ownership of the entire account?

        • mattcrecelius

          Without boring you with too many details, my brother needed to keep the account in his name for work reasons.
          Plus, if customer service would have told us from the start that JOD is not transferable then we would not have combined the plans.

        • dtam

          gotcha

  • TechnoRealz

    How much is it to add more lines beyond the 4 in the advertised plan?

    I have 6 ppl in my current Simple Choice plan where we are paying 170 currently with L1+L2 at unlimited & L3-L6 at 2.5GB data.

    • mattcrecelius

      $20 per line. So your bill would be $160 with 10gbs on each line. Plus you get data rollover and all 10gbs is available to use for hot spot data

      • TechnoRealz

        Thanks. I wasn’t sure if it was $20 or $30 for addl lines beyond 4.

        I’ve never really gone over 10gb on my unlimited lines but then my 4 lower lines are starting to get data fever with all the content that is out there & this looks attractive in total.
        But giving up grandfathered $20 unlimited is tough cause you never know what the future holds LOL!

        • mattcrecelius

          Plus TMo automatically gives you 10gb in your data stash. So the first month you actually have 20gbs. This is basically unlimited data unless you are seriously streaming netflix 24/7

        • steveb944

          I would try to somehow keep the grandfathered unlimited somehow. There’s no way that returns.

    • brybry

      How does that work out? Cuz I have the 6 x 2.5 @ 120 but if I add unlimited to 2 of my lines it’s $60 bucks (30+ additional per line).

      • TechnoRealz

        This was one of the early SC plan when they offered: 6 lines for 120 & Unlmtd data could be gotten for $20 ea. & $10 for 3.0 GB lines that wanted data stash. So that’s 120+20+20+10+0+0 for us.

        • brybry

          oh wow that’s a good deal what’s the plan called ? maybe i’ll call retention and try to have them switch me ;)

        • TechnoRealz

          Not really cause the 2.5 GB reverts back to 1GB after 2015 & the Unlimited data only has 3GB of tethering available.

          it was called: SC Family Shared Plan

        • Daniel Marchand

          No reverting, plans are grandfathered now for life… It stays 2.5gb, only the unlimited plan promos came with a caveat to them

        • TechnoRealz

          Really?! That is great to know.

        • Ty Christensen

          I can confirm this as well, no reverting back to 1GB after 2015…many different reps have told me this so we’re grandfathered in which is a good thing as we have 10 lines for $160 on the 2.5GB deal. 4 for $100 then 6 lines @$10 each = $160 then my companies 12% corp. discount so we’re not going anywhere ever!

  • Nitesurfer1

    Will corporate discount remain with this 10Gigs4All plan?

    • nutmac

      Since this falls under Simple Choice North America, I doubt it.

    • Daniel Marchand

      Unless they changed their mind no… When it first came out they didn’t allow it, which makes the switching cost $35 (plus taxes) over the 4 lined at 2.5gb plan ($15 discount loss plus $20 price increase)

  • nutmac

    I have 2 young kids that are not ready for phones. Can I stick with 2 lines for now and get 4th line for free few years down the road?

    • MadJoe

      I see a few things that lead me to believe you can get the 2 lines with 10GB each for $100/mo. You should call and ask if that’s possible (the promo landing makes it seem so, and the 2nd question down at the bottom in the FAQ area that specifically asks “Can I get 10GB for 2 lines or more?” with the answer being “Yes, this plan is available for Family Plans with 2 or more lines”. It could be tricky wording, but I take that to mean 2 lines are available if that’s all you need. Now whether or not the 4th line for free will be around when you need more will depend on what promotions are available then, but I doubt this one will be. If you need 3, might as well grab the 4th for free now, though.

      • Scottie

        2 lines for $100, 10gb each. 3 lines for $120, 10 gb each. 4 lines for $120, 10 gb each. Grab the 4 lines and keep them as a back up.

    • Mike Palomba

      I believe the minimum is 3 lines but I could be wrong. Either way, you could get the 3rd like and just not use it or keep it as a spare

    • brybry

      I’d personally grab all 4 lines and keep 2 as a backup in case you run out of data.

  • steveb944

    Now’s my chance. I just have to convince the other users that it’s good to switch from the 4/100 for more data and $$.

    • JLV90

      as long as no one else has or needs unlimited data it’s a good switch but then again another $240 a year is a lot

      • dontsh00tmesanta

        thats cheap

        • skywalkr2

          not for everyone it’s not… especially if they don’t need all that data.

        • Kiwini

          Yeah it’s like tmobile keeps telling you about Mexico or streaming Spotify but if people don’t use those things they’d prefer a cheaper price. $50 for 1gb on Tmo Vs 5gb for $45 on Straight Talk, where yesterday I got a speed test exceeding 40mbps in an area with 4 bars. I. Don’t need to call Mexico & that more than covers any data streaming I’d do

        • George

          Hate T-Mobile much??????

        • dontsh00tmesanta

          Most people spend more than that on lunch so it’s not a lot even people working min wage can afford it. If it means one less lunch or even going out one time less.

        • dontsh00tmesanta

          It’s better to have it and not need it than need it and not have it

          Besides its a great deal

  • Corporate Discount

    If you have a corporate discount, the discount will apply to this plan. Customer Service may tell you otherwise, however, my corporate discount is still active on the 10GB promo plan.

    • Daniel Marchand

      You may have gotten very lucky… I’ve been told discount gets taken off, maybe they forgot to remove yours? I had a buddy who lucked out on AT&T and got unlimited data free, he started abusing it, they caught the anomaly and “fixed it” by adding the pay per MB option back on there, however they never took the unlimited code off, and unlimited trumped the pay per MB code in the system so it was still free… lol It’s always a gamble with CS reps….

      • Acdc1a

        My co-worker had the corporate discount applied to his 2 for $100 unlimited promo for many months before it just one day disappeared.

        • Daniel Marchand

          Confirms my suspicion that it’s most likely a mistake… thanks. I’m sticking with the 2.5GB/line $100 plan. :) I can bump all 4 lines up to 4.5GB and with the discount it still ends up being $119 ($1 cheaper then the 4 lines w/ 10GB), that said were all on the base 2.5GB plan now and it’s working fine…

        • OZ

          Can you elaborate on the bump to 4.5?

        • Daniel Marchand

          Sure! As we know the standard plans go 1/3/5/unlimited, well when they introduced the 2.5GB promo (same price as 1GB), people were grumbling because paying an added $10 only gives them 0.5GB extra… so T-Mobile decided to add a 4.5GB option for $10 for those on the promo plan (since I have it and it’s grandfathered I can still opt for that 4.5GB $10 option if desired).

          So standard plan: 1/3/5/unlimited
          Promo plan: 2.5/4.5… (and the following are still available at normal price points: 3 (same price as 4.5)/5 ($10 more then 4.5)/unlimited)

        • OZ

          Thanks. I guess this is not compatible with Data Stash. I opted to the 3 GB for $10 extra as they were giving me extra 10 GB until the end of the year.
          Regards

          — Oscar

        • Daniel Marchand

          As I understood it, if I opted for the 4.5GB option I would have a stash since it’s above the baseline included plan (considered = to 3GB standard), but the 2.5GB plan is considered like the 1GB standard option so no stash.

    • Mergim Gjombalaj

      I really wanna switch to this plan but have an older plan that I pay $125 for before discounts for 5 lines all with 5gb of data. This plan would only come up as a little more expensive if the discount applies on top of the promo price.

      • Daniel Marchand

        Everything I’ve read except for what’s stated above says you can’t combine this promo with discount, so in your case it’s about an extra $34/mo ($140 vs $106). Being on the grandfathered 2.5GB plan I’m reluctant to gamble… if I was just on the standard 1/3/5GB plans I got nothing to loose.

    • miamia

      Spoke with T-Mobile…They confirmed that the Advantage “Corporate” Discounts do apply to these accounts. However, they did mention that they apply only to the first two bundled lines for $100.00. The additional lines do not receive any discount. However, if you’re coming from the 4-Lines for 2.5Gigs (and add the $10North America Feature) to the 10 for all, it’s only an additional $10.00.

      Simple math:
      2.5Gigs 4-Lines $100.00 – 15% = $85.00 + $10.00 = $95.00
      10Gigs 2-Lines $100.00 -15% = $85.00 + $20.00 (Additional line) + Free Line = $105.00

      • Daniel Marchand

        Well if that’s true they changed their policy, and I’m much more open to switching… everything I’ve read previously it was always a this plan doesn’t qualify for discounts period. Of course I don’t really care about Canada or Mexico so it’s $85 vs. $105

        • Gseltj

          Same info I got here. I was told I would not lose my discount but after I switched my next bill did not have the discount anymore :(

      • BeerguyOE

        I don’t get it people say no others yeah you can get the discount so confusing!

    • Gseltj

      They removed the discount
      from my account but I have gotten conflicting information from several reps. I used to have the 4 lines for $100 (2.5 GB of data) and got my government discount. I was told I would not lose it yet I did not get it since switching to this plan but when I called customer care last week they told me that I need to re-verify my eligibility. So, I don’t know if they removed it because I have to verify my employment every year or because of the new plan. Anyways I filled out the link to verify my employment so we’ll see.

      • Kiwini

        Tmobile has huge problem with customer service reps. Irs mpossible to ever get 2 reps to tell you the same thing. I literally had a live chat rep put in writing that there was a $35 activation fee…. The poor quality was a main reason for leaving several years ago and have been shocked how bad & inconsistent it still is

      • Third_Eye

        TMobile screwed me up [rather the Store clerk] who sold me the 100$ unlimited plan for 2 lines. I had a 10% discount plan through my employer which I am grandfathered as long as I do the yearly verification. Once this plan was added, the discounts went away.

        I would not bore you with details but the following is what I heard from TMobile Customer service online.

        When you have an unlimited data plan at the standard rate. 30$ per month per line your corporate discounts still apply.

        But if you get Unlimited Data via any promotions like 2 lines Corporate discounts go away.

        Similarly I think if you have plan that you pay the declared official rate then the discounts apply.

        http://www.t-mobile.com/cell-phone-plans/family.html

        If not they do not. So in this case it is 4 for 120 it is actually

        50 + 50 + 20 + 0 and hence 3rd and 4th line have a promotional/uneven rate and hence the discounts apply on the first 2 lines and not the remaining. Same case if it had been 50 + 50 + 10 + 10

        If it had been a 40 + 40 + 40 + 0 then discount would be for the first 3 lines and so on.

  • I hope T-Mobile will keep the Data Stash promo beyond December 31, 2016.

  • phone145264

    Alex can you tell people to call back to tmobile about breach if they have any doubts. The breach is bigger than thought. When i first called i was ok, Now a big maybe, tied to phone on payment plan. Not new line or activation. I didn’t recall needing credit run because of payment history.

    Please write an article so we can see if this is happening to others. It is very important to followup with tmobile if they originally said no.

    also

    That line is now getting a crazy amount of calls from unknowns from everywhere even from outside the country.

    Please include this in article to see if its a trend.

    No twitter so can someone pass this on to alex.

    • Very Serious…

      I agree and I am very surprise (disappointed). Simply said, I had been impacted by the data breach. It is more serious than I initially thought…

    • John Wentworth

      I too have had a big jump in calls from unknown numbers in the past month or so.
      Oddly I didn’t at first connect it to the data breach which I am definitely a part of as I joined T-mobile in December of 2014 :(
      I signed up for the experian protect my ID free 2 year service, I guess that’s all I can do for now.

  • Mirad77

    Does anyone knows how much data tethering comes from this plan?

    • Acdc1a

      10GB per line.

      • Mirad77

        Thanks.

    • jelp2

      Your tethering comes out of your 10GB plan. There’s not extra tethering added like in the unlimited plan. I wish there was a separate tethering allotment.

  • Android2013

    how is the tmboile coverage in the Los Angeles/Pasadena area?

    • Very good!

    • laqueffa

      Los Angeles area is on par with at&t and verizon. Only sprint sucks here in LA.

      • maximus1901

        People are saying that LA is crazy congested. That they’re dropped from lte to Hspa.

  • NardVa

    $120 for 4 lines at 10GB each is a killer deal.

    • Kiwini

      Unless you are single..

      • David

        maybe you know other single people that will join you on such a plan. roommate? coworker? I have 10 people in my plan and I don’t have a large family. To avoid the troublesome to charge on a monthly basis, I ask the other 9 to pay on a annual basis in advance (also help in case someone doesn’t wanna pay). I deposit into T-Mobile account and never have to worry about it for a year. We also have unlimited international calling, so everyone call text and use data all unlimited. (2.5GB LTE data per line)

        • Fabian Cortez

          Interesting proposition you’ve figured out there.

        • David

          I mean average out, it’s between $22-35/month/line depend on which plan you choose. Once more than 4 lines, any extra lines bring the average down further more. Max allowed is 10 lines, in my case after the 4th line, each additional line is only $10. More lines = lower average per line.

        • Joe D

          Thats all well and good but I just wouldnt trust or want 10 people on my account.

        • David

          That’s the thing, you do not authorize them as primary account holders. In the profile section logged into my.T-mobile.com select them as limited profile. So they can use all they want, but they won’t be able to charge any purchase to the account nor can they make any change to the account. Say they wanna get a new phone, they won’t be able to go to the t-mobile store and sign up with my credit. The other day one of the guys in my plan wanted a new sim card, he went to the store and they wouldn’t even change the sim card for him. (micro change to nano) because he is not authorized even though he had the phone in his hand.

        • John Wentworth

          Sounds like a big hassle to me too, but I guess it depends on how much your need to save $$
          If it was like my mom and dad I wouldn’t mind but I wouldn’t want to go adding coworkers or friends which we all know can be flightly.

        • Fabian Cortez

          You’re right, that’s not very much for the year.

          But what I meant to say was that I found your proposition of requiring those on your plan to pay for the year rather unique and a somewhat sure-way to avoid the monthly headaches playing bill collector.

        • David

          exactly. I didn’t want to be the bill collector, and the other 9 in my plan trusts that I won’t just take their money and run. Most of them have known me for quite a while and knows I’m trust worthy, at least for their $300. :-)

      • NardVa

        You’re right. T-Mobile doesn’t run any special promos for single lines. A 5GB single line will run you $70 a month. It seems like T-Mobile is overcharging the single line population to offset the heavy discounts they provide to family plans.

        • SFBayAreaWaitingForBand12

          You never know, Nov 10th is right around the corner. It would be awesome to have some killer single-line postpaid options.

        • randian

          An unlimited line on T-Mobile is $80 + tax (or around $95 here in FL), on Metro it’s $60 no tax. I don’t see them discounting single lines by that much, even though on a per-line basis they discount family-plan lines by far more.

  • Kiwini

    Nothing for single people. Or those young millennial they seem to target. Guess sticking with my $45 5gb Straight Talk LTE. Don’t have mommy & daddy or friends I want to get into cell phone biz with. Maybe one day, single people will get some ♥.

    • John Wentworth

      Individual plans do always seem to get screwed in pricing.
      I was in the same boat for a long time until I got married then my wife and I jumped on the 2 for $100 unlimited plan.
      It only cost $20 to upgrade from my unlimited plans to 2 lines with unlimited.
      It’s kind of nuts how it works, unfortunately that’s just how it is mostly because family plans have a MUCH lower churn rate, getting a family to agree to switch is difficult.

  • Ryan Reynolds

    the plan is great but if u use more than 10gb or 20gb a month dont do it..with this plan u CANT get unlimited data, the max is 20gb.. i had to switch out my line from my family plan to a single plan so i could get my unlimited data…so they need to get that changed ….great plan though

    • Fabian Cortez

      the plan is great but if u use more than 10gb or 20gb a month dont do it..with this plan u CANT get unlimited data, the max is 20gb.. i had to switch out my line from my family plan to a single plan so i could get my unlimited data…so they need to get that changed ….great plan though

      That’s not true. The maximum is not 20 GB.

      • Joe D

        Explain

        • Fabian Cortez

          Explain

          Explain what?

        • Joe D

          Explain your statement. Are you saying there is an unlimited data feature option for the 10/20 plan?

        • Fabian Cortez

          Explain your statement. Are you saying there is an unlimited data feature option for the 10/20 plan?

          Yes.

          All of these plans come with unlimited smartphone data.

        • Joe D

          Quit trying to be too cute by half. You and I know EXACTLY what he meant. Dont play dumb ;-) We both know he meant an unlimited data feature like on the other plans that doesnt knock your speed down after with throttling.

        • Ryan Reynolds

          thank you joe lolol….

  • Fabian Cortez

    Value.

  • Jason

    So this does sound great for new customers, probably the best family deal in the industry, but I like a few other dudes below will never give up our unlimited data features. Especially those of us who still have it for $20. Unlimited is being phased out and I will always keep it since they promised theyd never take things away. I dont ever want to be on a meter again even if the top end is something Ill probably never get to. Its a psychological thing and I dont want to ever even think of that.

    • maximus1901

      Eventually they’ll increase the price cause of douches who use 100GB.

      • Jason

        Theyre just phasing out unlimited all together. But were all grandfathered on the 20 so nothing will happen to us.

        • maximus1901

          Wrongo. Anyone’s price can be changed if you’re not on contract.

          Legere, during uncarrier ?9? said he guarantees that for all plans EXCEPT unl your price will never be increased.
          Unl will be increased earliest in 2017

        • Jason

          Oh I see. Well regardless Im never giving it up.

  • john

    my home internet was out for more than 2 weeks and comcast took it long cos some wires needed fixed, no excuse though. Not only I finished my 10gb monthly data , i also finished 10gb of data stash. wife’s finished both in few days and the only option was 20gb data for $10 and finished those as well. I HAD to use tethering from cell phone to home PC and hot spot too on my smart tv so my toddler can watch baby shows.

    So yeah, if you need more then 10 or 20gb, YOU HAVE TO change the entire plan. I hope TMO adds unlimited data option on this plan

  • laqueffa

    Question for all i kno wrong place to ask this i have tmobile no problems here with my new s6 edge ,im going to mexico city and guadalajara nxt week has anyone used tmobiles free roaming in mexico and has any experience using it? Is It really free as they say? Im scared lol since before when i had att mexico roaming was a nightmare for me HUGE bills ,expensive data etc.. so help anyone .

    • Jason

      Completely free with a Simple Choice NA plan. Unlimited minutes, messages, and LTE data. There wont be any charges because Mexico is considered a home area for the plan.

      • laqueffa

        Thanks!

    • steveb944

      Make sure you have the newer plan that has it. The older plans don’t have it. Your plan may look the same, but it has to dictate that it has the Mexico/Canada roaming.

  • kekel1123

    With this plan, are corporate discount customers still will loose their discount of they switch to this plan? The last time they had this promo plan, corporate discount will be removed once you change to this plan? Just wondering.

    • Eric

      I want to say yes you will, I do not believe any of the “Simple Choice” plans are corporate discount eligible.

      • Joe

        I’m on a simple choice plan and still have my corp discount. I’m just scared to change it to any other plan in fear of losing the discount. 15% off is a lot of money.

    • ejuliorod .

      yes you will I lost mine but eventually I am sure Tmobile will do away with it soon anyway

    • JB

      I think it was last year or something when I switched plans or did some kind of adjustment to my account, and for the life of me, don’t remember which one it was, but I ended up losing my corp discount and my tethering data. I called up CS and after routing me a few times I got to one of their specialists that apparently has access to all of the legacy plans and configurations and they were able to put my corporate discount back on my account. It was a hassle that took about an hour and a half and the guy had to call me back twice, but from my experience, your corp discount can be put back on your account. Though it may not be worth the headaches and hoops you have to jump through. Plus who knows if that’s still available since it’s been so long ago.

    • Lou

      Just spoke with c/s, she stated that yes you would lose the discount.

      • Gi

        Corporate does…US Military Discount Remains on the account.

        • Lou

          Not true per c/s. You keep your affiliation but lose the discount on all promo’s If you go back on a non-promo then you get the discount back.

  • JB

    Question. Say I want 10Gigs4All for my three other lines on my account, but I need unlimited on my line, is there no upgradable option like that or do all four lines stuck with 10GB?

    • AG

      I had the same question when I switched my family to the 4x$100 promo a while back where each line gets 2.5GB. Switching to the plan was seamless and hassle-free.
      I had (and kept) my $20 unlimited data option on my line, so the end result was 1 line with unlimited data and 3 lines with 2.5GB for $100+$20

      I don’t know for certain that it would work on this plan, but it did on that one. YMMV

  • ajsaloon

    T-mobile really needs to fix their website. I go to change my plan online and for 7 lines it shows the price as $123.99. This is not the first time it has happened.

    • Irfan

      try another browser / such as chrome / Firefox with out add blocker .. hope this will work

    • steveb944

      That’s what I got, I almost signed up until it was taking off my international call/text with no option to add it back.

  • gmo8492

    I can’t really take advantage of this deal, because of my grandfathered plan, but I’m glad to see the promo is back. Maybe the 2 unlimited lines for $100 should make a comeback too.

  • NardVa

    How do the other people with lines upgrade phones on EIP or On Demand?

    • David

      all the people in my account simply directly buy phones, no one on EIP or JOD. None of us go after the latest and best which costs a lot. $700 phone is worth $300 or less only a year later, so as long as you don’t buy the newest, you’ll be fine.

  • Mike

    I’m happy with my 4 lines for 100$. Each line gets 2.5 gb of data and I/we rarely go over our limit. We are all in wifi all day at work and while at home. I guess this would be helpful for people who travel a lot or don’t have wifi available. Wifi is everewhere these days and I sign on at at the mall, the airport, the YMCA, Bob Evans and McDonald’s

    • steveb944

      Remember we’re dropping to 1GB at the end of the year. I was reminded when checking out these plans today on My T-Mobile.

      • brybry

        no it’s not it’s staying at 2.5gb

  • steveb944

    How do you deal with extra fees that can come about?
    E.G. I play bill collector for two of the lines on our account, and I have to deal with international calls/texts fees at times.

    • David

      we don’t have to worry about that. There is this stateside calling w/mobile feature which allows ALL of the lines to call internationally for free for $10. Yes, it’s $10 for all ALL the lines, so it comes out to be about $1 something / line. It was a promotion back then, don’t think it’s available anymore. Or say it’s still available, but definitely not for $10, maybe more. It’s not a per line charge, it’s an add on feature for the family plan which applies to all lines.

      • steveb944

        I have that.

        I was referring to calls done to mobile overseas, and when overseas calls performed are also charged.
        Also there are certain countries that we can’t use data/text free roaming.

  • Philip

    Still waiting for $15 for unlimited cell/land call to 130 countries for ALL THE ACCOUNT on the family plan.

  • BobbieDooley

    If T-Mobile closes all its stores and replaces sales people with vending machines, they could probably afford to offer unlimited service again.

    They’d save so much money that the only thing they could invest in is coverage.