T-Mobile kicks off fourth line free promo, four Unlimited LTE lines are $150 per month

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To celebrate its performance in yesterday’s OpenSignal network report, T-Mobile is kicking off new deals for families.

T-Mobile’s new offers include its “best-ever pricing for families” on 10GB and Unlimited LTE lines as well as giving families their fourth line free. Under these deals, four Unlimited LTE lines will cost $150 per month. If you need more lines, you can add ‘em at a rate of $30 each up to 12 lines.

If you don’t need bottomless LTE data every month, you can also sign up for a 10GB per month plan. Two lines with 10GB per month will set you back $100 per month, or you can up that to four lines with 10GB every month for $120 using the fourth line free deal. A similar deal was available last July, but more recently that $120/month price got you four lines with 6GB each.

These offers are available to both new and existing Simple Choice customers, and it’s available in stores, online, and through telesales (1-877-413-5903). T-Mo also notes that folks that sign up can keep their Unlimited LTE plan for at least two years and any other plan for as long as they’re a T-Mobile customer.

Source: T-Mobile

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  • Acdc1a

    Awesome! I’ve been waiting for a promo like this.

  • christian reyes

    Hell yea gonna get that plan

  • maximus1901

    tmo’s kinda all over the place. makes me wonder if they’re not doing so well this quarter.

    • patt

      So it’s bad that they are doing promos? 150$ for 4 lines unlimited is even better then what I have 100$/2 lines unlimited – I am 3rd line. But I don’t have anyone to join as fourth line.

      • brybry

        I have an opposite issue. I have 5 lines, but only 4 lines really use data. 5th line barely uses 500mb.

        • patt

          Put it on prepaid maybe? Doesn’t look like bad option.

        • brybry

          would love to but cant the line uses the other feature I have which is the family international mobile/landline calling.

        • patt

          Then you have some decisions to make. If unlimited is important for you go for it. If not then it’s up to you to make a good decision :)

        • ernesto f.

          You will lose any grandfathered plans, including the promotional “family international” plan (which as far as I know is no longer available on T-mobile) if you switch plans, in any case. When I first switched to T-mobile, I used to have $5/month international family calling promo plan with 4 lines and switched plans from $100/month plan (2.5 GB per line) to $120/month (10 GB per line) last July. Salesperson was doing a hard sell on the data “upgrade” for only $20/month more, and insisted I would NOT lose the add-on international calling feature, only for me to find out that was NOT the case. Then had to add feature back to the one line that is most used for international calling, but at the standard rate of $10 for just one line, vs $5 for 4 lines… Was NOT happy with t-mobile for that bait-and-switch.

        • brybry

          yea my plan is 6 lines at 2.5gb per + intl landline and mobile for $130 + tax

        • VINN

          I don’t know if you know this, but adding an extra line for this promotional plan is only $30.

        • patt

          yes of course but he said he has 5 lines and one uses barely any data so he would have to pay some extra in that case. Maybe he does not want to we don’t know the exact situation :)

        • VINN

          I don’t know of a good prepaid option with 500MB for less than $30, do you? I really don’t. Maybe GoSmart.

        • patt

          ultra mobile has a 19$ option,29$ option I think even has international calling or lyca mobile

        • VINN

          Oh yeah, the $29 Ultra Mobile plan has 1GB, but I heard it has a horrible customer service, and Lyca has a horrible Privacy Policy, I was reading it the other day.

          There’s also Total Wireless from Tracfone and Walmart, $25 for talk and text and you can buy carryover data and international call service.

          I would go Ultra or Total.

        • patt

          I doubt most people call customer service often on prepaid.

        • AngryBadger

          Google Fi?

      • Acdc1a

        No, not bad that they are doing promos, just doesn’t bode well for customer adds when they take away a promo for a couple of weeks and come back with something even bigger than what they had before. My guess is Q1 numbers aren’t doing so well and there’s nothing wrong with using promotions to get back on track.

  • Frankwhitess

    Huge Question!!

    Do we get Hotspot data ??

    And that last paragraph threw me off… What happens if am still on this plan after two years?? They can kick me off??

    I am worried because it sounds too good to be true… What’s the catch ???

    • maximus1901

      they dont’ guarantee forever price on unlimited, only on non-unlimited plans.
      google “tmobile uncontract”

    • Fabian Cortez

      Hotspot up to 14 GB and then 2G speeds after that.

      • Frankwhitess

        Thank you Fabian!!

    • Alex Wagner

      Yes, hotspot is included. Unlimited LTE lines include 14GB of high-speed data for hotspot usage, then speeds will be slowed.

      • Zacamandapio

        And unlimited hotspot for binge-on and music freedom services.

        • Guest 2

          I don’t think so, this is from the Stanford report:

          “Once customers reach their caps (and have used up any unused rollover data from prior months), all of their Internet traffic, including video from Binge On providers, is slowed down to 2G speeds (about 1/100 of the 4G LTE speeds).”

          (pages 8, 40, 41 and 42)

        • Zacamandapio

          I agree. But that’s if you go over the 14GB hotspot (which I don’t). I only stream from the Binge-On partners.
          And that note seems to be from a limited plan (such as the 10GB).
          On unlimited plans (if you have Binge-On turned on) you can stream unlimited to the Binge-On partners and Music freedom.

        • Fabian Cortez

          That is correct.

          The “Stanford report” has absolutely nothing to do with this article so I’m unsure why anyone would bring it up.

        • Sam

          Apples and oranges. Unlimited users have no cap, so they can’t “reach it”.
          There is a 14gb tethering allowance and at 25gb if you are on a congested tower, your speed will be temporarily slowed.
          Zacamandapio was pointing out tethered binge-on partner video and partner music will be whitelisted and not counted toward the 14gb.

      • Frankwhitess

        Thank you Alex!!!!!

  • JaswinderSinghJammu

    They have said in the past that whatever plan they give you is good for at least 2 years.

    • maximus1901

      that’s only unlimited. lookup uncontract.

  • VINN

    Thank you T-Mobile, thank you John Legere.

    • Android_God

      WOW, your very inteligent.

      • VINN

        So are you to. I just noticed now. Thanks.

  • JLV90

    cheaper than previous promo on the unlimited by $10 and $10 cheaper per additional line over 4

    • Fabian Cortez

      Price per GB is certainly going down it seems.

      Which makes sense when you factor in Music Freedom, Binge On, and the competition from AT&T as they bring back unlimited.

      • VINN

        WOW, your very inteligent.

        • donnybee

          WOW, your comment isn’t.

          Also, it’s “you’re” and “intelligent”.

        • VINN

          I don’t know what to say.

        • VINN

          I’M SO ASHAMED!!!

        • Sam

          LOL… your. Try again.

  • themask128

    Wonder if these plans will make you loose the corporate discount. They seem to be excluding corporate discounts from many of the new plans

    • Croq

      You will almost assuredly lose your corporate discount. They have cut down on “double-dipping” like that (doing a promotional plan and getting a corporate discount). That happened to us – we had the discount on top of the promo rate for a while, but when we went to re-verify, they figured it out and removed the discount.

      • AngryBadger

        Same thing here lol…

      • themask128

        That’s why I wont get rid of the plan I am on anytime soon. Would much rather have the extra percentage off – it is still cheaper than most promo plans.

    • Christina Raymond

      They honored mine. I have discount through the government.

  • Croq

    Too bad they don’t have a 2-line unlimited promo going. We have that currently through a previous promotion, but have some friends that wanted to get in but missed out…

    • Christina Raymond

      They do have 2 lines unlimited. I think for 120.

      • Croq

        Cool, I’ll let them know. Only $20 more than what I’m paying, so still not a bad deal for unlimited.

    • SirStephenH

      You could always add them to your plan. You can add and remove lines to an existing plan and keep it as long as you maintain the minimum requirements for that plan.

  • J Cav the Great

    So I have the 4 Lines of 10GB each…Can I just switch to this plan???

    • patt

      Would you gain anything? seems like you already have 10GB per line and 4 lines.

      • J Cav the Great

        Right, but this plan on the article is for the 4 Lines of Unlimited Data for $150.

        I just saw my plan. 5 Lines 10GB each for $140..10GB is more than enough. I’ll keep what i got. Thanks bro.

        • patt

          5 lines unlimited would be 180$ so if unlimited matters for you you can do it if not then keep what you have :D if you had 4 lines but you said you have 4 then yeah you should switch but with 5 lines. It’s all up to you.

        • VINN

          There are like 3 or 4 offerings/plans in this promotion.

  • Christina Raymond

    Just switched to the 2 lines with 10 GB. No price change and keep my government discount. Hell yeah thanks John Legere!

    • patt

      2 lines / 10GB 100$ right? my friends wants to hop onto T-Mobile and website shows 120$. Might be in store only.

      • VINN

        The other answer up there was to this question of yours.

        One of the promotional pages says:

        “Want the 10GB offer? Call 1-877-413-5903”

        • patt

          Not really lol because I don’t want 10GB plan. Why would I want it if I already have unlimited. I am only talking about hot-spot amount.

        • VINN

          You said your friends… anyway, I just wanted to share my finding.

        • patt

          OOps i made 2 posts my bad lol and yea I just realized that you have to call or go to the store

        • VINN

          No problem.

          How long ago you got your Unlimited plan?

          (because of the 2 years clause)

        • patt

          That just means they might stop offering it after 2 years I think. I have tmo for 2 months but the the owner of the account for about a year.

        • Acdc1a

          Actually it’s really tempting for me since most of my data was burned on Netflix. I have a 3rd line with no data (loyalty department) that I can now get 10GB on for an extra $20 over what I pay now…Very tempted…and I give T-Mobile what they want, my unlimited plan.

      • Christina Raymond

        Yes $100. I called customer service and did it because it didn’t show up on the website for me either.

      • Sam

        Yeah, you have to call telesales or go to a store. Can’t order most of the promo plans online for whatever reason.

    • kekel1123

      Just keep an eye on your bill.I used to have 4x$100 with 2.5 GB each then switched to 4x$120 with 10 GB each .Good thing I checked my bill (on paperless billing) , I was not given the corporate discount on the new plan and it did not showed on my bill I called CS and rectify the issue.So watch out .

      • Jason

        Did they put the discount back on?

        • kekel1123

          They did after I called and they told me that they already gave me credits for those months that I did not have it .But I will still continue to check my bill in the future to know if im getting it monthly.

  • Ascertion

    Is this new unlimited data plan eligible for employer discounts?

    • Romdude

      I think only the people who have the discounts now still get them. Better ask if you are an existing one if this will remove your discount. New people with a corporate agreement unless they are in the military or government only get a discount when they buy phones if I remember right.

  • patt

    Hey guys those of you who have the 100$/2 line plan like me I am 3rd line (+40).
    Did you guys have success by calling retentions and having them UP hotspot at least? now with this promo there might be a chance for that maybe?

    • VINN

      Follow the links… you have to call.

      • patt

        How would you know? do you have the same plan? I won’t be switching as it would cost more.

        • VINN

          Sorry, I thought I was answering your other question:

          “2 lines / 10GB 100$ right? my friends wants to hop onto T-Mobile and website shows 120$. Might be in store only.”

          Thank me.

        • patt

          I do have the plan that has unlimited everything for 100$ for 2 lines. I am 3rd line so there is 3 lines for 140$/ vs 150$ now if I went with the 3 line option and someday adding 4th line for free. But I don’t that’s the thing. I was wondering if anyone on same plan called retentions and asked if they can double the hotspot or something.

    • eanfoso

      I am on the exact same boat, hopefully this turns out true. Please update man.

      • patt

        I didn’t call shout hotspot. Can you?

      • patt

        Did you have any luck?

  • Heezyfosheezy

    I had the Simple Choice Unlimited plan with 7gb Hotspot per line for two lines for $100, 2 additional lines for $40 each, so $180 total. Just switched over. Now I’ll be paying $150 for 4 lines with unlimited everything and 14gb Hotspot data.

    • Scarfacemario

      Does this now include the unlimited Calling, Texting and LTE Data in Canada and Mexico ?

      • SirStephenH

        All new plans should come with it.

    • Thorhand

      I have the unlimited plan with 4 lines for $180 with 14 GB hotspot data. I want to do exactly what you did and save some money but not if they force me off this promotion in two years, by which time who knows what their plans will look like.

      • Sam

        They likely had the same “two year” crap in your current plan. To date they haven’t done anything to the people who have passed the two year mark. If they did do anything, it would probably only be a price increase. You’re not in any different danger of things changing by switching to this promo plan.

      • theseanteam

        Theoretically with no contracts, no plan is “safe”. T-Mobile could conceivably raise the prices after the 2 year guaranteed period. But considering they don’t screw customers on grandfathered plans, I would consider any plan as safe as any other.

        • Thorhand

          Good point!

  • sspaez

    What do you guys think will happen to the unlimited promo after the guaranteed promo price ends after 2 years??

    • SirStephenH

      You’ll keep the plan but the price may or may not go up.

      • sspaez

        I just got off the phone with customer care, and they said the unlimited plan is available as a “phone order” promotion only and it would be grandfathered at that price. I don’t trust that salesman though. I asked for it in writing or for him to put in the call notes but he refused.

        • gmo8492

          He can’t guarantee that it will stay at that price forever or else it will considered false advertisement if it eventually does go up. It will be treated as a grandfathered plan until further notice. I still have my $70 unlimited plan that I got 3 years ago which became a grandfathered plan after T-Mobile raised their prices. Verizon and At&t eventually raised their prices for people who still had their unlimited data plan.

        • Romdude

          I’m still grandfathered for unlimited 4g data for $20 extra for three of my lines.

  • guest

    i have a question if anyone can answer i canceled my line a month ago and i have one more payment to make how do i get my number back if i want to continue with tmobile

    • Sushimane

      U lost ur number. You can’t get it back.

    • gmo8492

      You can tell the T-Mobile rep if you’re old number is still available.

    • Sam

      If you didn’t port the number out before cancelling, you are likely out of luck. This goes for any carrier, not specifically T-Mobile.

    • JoeyKhache

      You have 90 days to retrieve that same phone number from when you cancelled it. Don’t listen to these clowns. I worked for the company, many many years.

  • Thorhand

    Wooow hold it right there… “Folks that sign up can keep their unlimited data for at least two years”. Does this apply to this plan or any unlimited family plan? I currently have the same plan in this promo but I got it for $180 while it was available in early January. With my State Employee Discount it comes out to $153. Seems like I should keep my current plan because the government employees discount may not apply to a promo and the promotion seems to be limited in time. Right?

    • Sam

      They’ve had it in the fine print for all the unlimited plans that they only guarantee the unlimited plan will continue for two years from the date you activate it. To date, they haven’t done anything to the people who have passed the two year mark.

  • AS118

    I got the 4 lines with 10gb for $120 last year, and so far, so good. Had to open up a 4th line (which we use as a spare phone) for it, but it was still cheaper than upgrading our heavy data users up 1 or 2 tiers of data.

  • livewire1981

    In the case of the 10gb, would the 5th line be +20?

    • mrpickem

      yes 5-10 $20 each

  • mIke

    I got the 4 lines for 100$ with 2.5gb each line and unlimited call and text. This was a promo that was time limited but has never been pulled by TMO. I am keeping it. I’m in wifi all day at work and at home so I never use my LTE data allotment. Kids have but they know the drill use wifi where possible. LTE data coverage sucks in my community so wifi is given.

    • Kaulana1989

      switch to the 10 gigabyte promotion 5 line for $140 have the kids pay a portion of the bill charge of $50 each line that’s what I would do every line gets 10 gigabytes

  • Ordeith

    Tmobile doesn’t have the phones I want or the coverage I need for me to have more than the one line with them. All my other lines are elsewhere.

    • lolwut

      Then why are you reading tmonews?

      • Hector Arteaga

        Haha true.

      • patt

        Does he know it’s a GSM carrier lol?

      • Ordeith

        I am ever hopeful their bigotry and love of duopolies would change.

  • Hector Arteaga

    What a deal! I just moved from 3 lines unl for 140 to the four lines for 150. 14gb of tether! Can’t beat that.

  • Hiro

    That’s one hell of a deal! I’ve got the old $70 unlimited plan, with a large account (6+ lines) discount, and the 2.5GB free upgrade for a couple lines. This ends up being just $10 extra a month for 7 lines of unlimited data, instead of 4 lines of unlimited, 1 line of 4.5GB for +$10, and 2 lines of 2.5GB for +$0… damn. We’re updating!

  • Mikey

    I just switched to this plan with my 5 lines. We had the old 100 for 2 and 40 for each line after unlimited data + 7gb hotspot. Double the hotspot and $40 a month cheaper. Rep on the phone said I should retain this pricing and features as long as I want as long as I don’t make any changes. Sweet!

  • Ronn Obrien

    I had Select Choice FAM UNL TT+D 50 with 4 lines and unlimited date for each line the monthly cost is $150 dollars. When I spoke with t-mobile today about the 4 unlimited lines for $150 they told me that I could keep my Advantage Program discount. Seems like a no brainer more tethering and free calling to Canada and Mexico I switched immediately.

    • IamTwone

      I am on the the Select Choice $50 with the $20 unlimited lte, the only negative bout this new plan is, there no $5 add a line. & that your required to keep 4 lines, i only keep to 2-5 dependin on my friends payin there share of the bill & how much data they want. Because without the canada & mexico addon my bill is $140

      • Davion Byrd Smith

        It’s $120 for 2 lines unlimited the $30 for additional lines. I have 3 lines and switched over really didn’t need 4 line free so didn’t take up offer.

  • kev2684

    dang T-Mobile. It’s even better than $100 unlimited 2 lines + 40 Unlimited line each.

    • Jose Hernandez

      That’s the plan I had before switching to this one.

  • Guest

    Good deal, but what about individual lines? $95 is way too much for unlimited when Sprint is changing $70

    • Fox Gabann

      They want to encourage families because instead of winning you over one by one, they can win you over in lump sums. Which then turns into promotors that then drag their friends into the mix. Very smart but I feel you though. :(

  • jcool99

    Crazy deal right now moto 360 for 99.99 on tmobile website

    • OZ

      They are all gone :(

  • OZ

    I have 6 lines + 2 tablets. The $5 stateside family international call feature is what keeps me locked into the 100 x 4 / 2.5 GB plan (10 more for each add.). 2 lines with 20 unlimited internet, and 1 line with 10 4.5 GB plan. Top it off with 15% gov discount. No incentive for me to change plan.

  • ronjon400

    we have 5 lines under the old 2.5GB family plan. 4 lines were $100 plus $10 for each addition. so were at $110 and then i use my corp. discount good for 15% off. I’m not changing anytime soon with a phone bill of $100 every month.

  • davidwal

    I jumped on this plan because my Dad is using a lot of data. My Mother Also wants to call family in Canada. I will keep this plan even if I lose my corporate discount. I took off the promo data on my Mothers old Nexus 7 tablet. I am going to give my Mother my old Lumia 640 to replace her Lumia 521. I am just waiting for a pink case from China to come in. If my plan goes up I will just not finance a new phone like I wanted to do. I will just end up buying a new Galaxy S5 from Walmart during black Friday in November.

    • Philip

      From what I been reading, the corp will stay on with this plan. Will know when my first bill comes.

      • spamnrice

        i also asked in the online chat, discount still counts so i signed up for the 10gb plan. He said i had to reconfirm my discount which i did today so we’ll see.

  • Philip

    I got the 15% gov discount, making the 4 line unlimited for $127.50 before tax. Good deal.

    • Deihmos

      The discount will not be applied to this plan. It is already discounted.

      • Philip

        It is apply to this plan. I got my gov 15% off. Someone else have the govt discount also.

        • Deihmos

          You will see. Not sure how someone can already get the discount when this offer just came about. T-mobile does not apply the discount to already discounted plans. The discount remains on your account but does not get applied unless you switch plans.

        • Dan

          I just signed up for this with and confirmed I’d get a 15% discount through my wife’s work for a total of $127.50 before tax. Thus, the government deal surely exists too

        • Deihmos

          The rep that told you that doesn’t know what they are talking about. The discount stays on your plan but it isn’t applied. That’s how it works.

      • ELVIRA ALDACO

        I just called because I was really interested in paying the $127.50 but the rep. informed me that I would lose my government discount if I switched. She said they wouldn’t be able to apply the gov. discount since this promotion is already discounted :-(

  • Ruskastud

    Now that it’s been over a month, can anyone confirm that you did get your Gov discount…?