T-Mobile One promo will give you a fourth line for free

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After teasing a T-Mobile One promo yesterday, T-Mo has now fully detailed the offer.

Starting today, Sept. 8, customers can sign up for a T-Mobile One family plan of four and pay $140 per month with Auto Pay. That’s $20 less than it’d normally cost for a family of four on T-Mobile One, so you’re getting the fourth line for free.

This promo is available in T-Mobile stores, by calling 611 or 1-877-533-2533, or through T-Mo’s website. It’ll be available for a limited time.

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As a refresher, T-Mobile One includes unlimited talk, text, and high-speed data. Also included is unlimited mobile hotspot at 3G speeds, unlimited 480p video streaming, and unlimited 128kbps data speeds internationally. You can also upgrade to T-Mobile One Plus at a rate of $25 per line and get unlimited 4G LTE mobile hotspot, unlimited HD Day Passes for HD video streaming, and 256kbps international data.

The T-Mobile One plan is still fairly new, having launched one week ago. This promo is aimed at getting more people to sign up for T-Mobile One by saving them $20 per month on a four-line family plan. T-Mobile One may not be for everyone, but if you’ve got four lines on your account, this promo may be a way for you to save some cash on your rate plan each month.

It also appears that T-Mobile is now running a promo on its Simple Choice 6GB plan. As spotted by Reddit user VGinNYC, T-Mobile’s website shows that you can get four lines with 6GB of high-speed data each for $120 per month, which is a promo that T-Mo has run in the past.

Via: Reddit
Sources: T-Mobile (1), (2)

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  • themask128

    Does anyone know if this plan plays nicely with corporate discounts?

    • Jimbo

      No corporate discount is available on the ONE plans.

      • enoch861

        Well that throws a kink into things…

      • themask128

        In that case I’ll gladly keep my 4 lines 10gb for 120 plus Corp discount.

        • Mark

          How’d you manage that? They told me no discount applied. They did offer me a one time credit for a few months because they seen a rep “confirmed” in their notes that discount applies.

        • themask128

          I asked the rep to confirm by reading the details of the countractime terms for discounts. They told me that it was not restricted from discounts. Had them check with their manager confirmed. Than double documented everything. Been on the plan since April with no issues yet.

        • Mark

          Make sure it’s on the notes! Or in writing. Thsts saved me many times.

        • Acdc1a

          I have the same plan with the corp. discount. If they gave it to me for the T-Mobile One plan I’d have it.

      • Mark

        T-Force said on Twitter that government, corporate, T-Mobile employee discounts can apply.

        • Acdc1a

          If that’s the case, I’m switching.

      • Lit

        Not even for people who are grandfathered in?

    • Joe

      I’m on 6GB 2 lines for $80 plan with one additional line at $20. My corp discount is 15% so I pay $85 really. I have 20 GB in my stash and the rest of the lines are close to being there. T-One can’t compete with that. Hopefully they never force people off our old plans.

  • Acdc1a

    This is one hell of a promotion.

    • Fabian Cortez

      Yes it is.

  • gmo8492

    Sounds good, but then again its T-Mobile 1 and its the base plan with the video kept at 480p and only 3G tethering. The 4 unlimited lines for $150 was by far the best promotion T-Mobile has ever offered. But for those who don’t care about full HD should get this while the 4th line is free.

    • Acdc1a

      1 of your lines can get the premium add-on and still save $5. I think this is an awesome deal.

      • Fabian

        The 6GB/4 lines for $120 is still available, you can turn on Throttle/Binge On and make it last. I’ll even forgive you for violating Net Neutrality.

        • Acdc1a

          But for the fact that it doesn’t.

        • Fabian Cortez

          Exactly. It doesn’t violate net neutrality. Though I’m not so sure what Binge On has to do with this conversation.

          Troll tactics?

        • Fabian

          Come on dude! It’s just a joke. Take a deep breadth.

        • Fabian Cortez

          Come on dude! It’s just a joke. Take a deep breadth.

          Troll someone else, troll.

        • Fabian

          I was kidding. But if you use a lot of data on your phone, don’t mind the low res videos and don’t need high speed tethering then this promo is good for you.

    • Philip

      Yes, 4 for $150 or the 2 for $100 the best deal ever.

  • kev2684

    So glad we’re on the $150 3 line plan + 4th line free unlimited everything WITHOUT having to add HD FEE and Free 7GB tethering… So sad new customers will be hit with this price hike.

    • Zacamandapio

      That’s the best plan ever. I’ve four lines and I had that plan. I’m really sad I switched. At least I got to get the 10GB/4-line on time.
      But don’t switch your plan my friend.

    • Muhammad Ali

      I have same plan but 14 GB of tethering.I am not changing anything

  • Myphone007

    Does that mean if you have 5 phones the cost is +20 = $160 and 6 phones is $180?

    • JG

      I’d like to know how much for 6 lines also. ??

      • Myphone007

        I was correct it is $20 each additional. 6 lines would be $180. This new promo certainly is worth it for me and saves me $20 + $10 (when I have to turn on the canada feature). Only difference is I had 2.5 gb hotspot and now it is 3G, but not an issue. I can always add $25 if I ever use it.

        • JG

          Did you contact a T-Mobile rep? If the math is correct it makes a good option for me too as it will only increase our bill by $10/mo.
          The only drawback is the tethering. I use mine for work often and need that speed. I get the speed now with my current plan, and I don’t want to pay $25 more for it.

          It’s a great bargain though!

        • Myphone007

          Yes, I actually changed my plan with the rep and change happened right away (not sure if it was because my bill date starts today as a coincidence). I confirmed the changes online in my account as well. One thing I’m not sure is the wearable plan where they charged $15 but you got a $10 credit for simple choice plan. Now that I’m on T-mobile One, I’m not sure if I will get the $10 credit to make it $5 and I also see they have a Tmobile One Wearable at $20 – $5 autopay.
          So wearable uses may be getting screwed here….

        • Phone Guy

          Its $5 as an add on, BUT, big BUT, it’s limited to 2G speed. That’s a bad thing. Currently you get 500MG of 3G, and now it’s unlimited 2G, but features like Google Now, voice activated stuff on Android Wear phones, etc. and voice texting where it send your voice to transcribe to text will not work well. So I think the old plan is much better from a usability stand point.

        • JG

          Thank you!

  • dontsh00tmesanta

    Nice

  • Chris

    I have att grandfather 450mins / unlimited text/data . I pay about the same as tmobile customers, i never have a problem with pre-order.

    • Zacamandapio

      Pre-order the plan?

  • Mo

    I’m going to stick with my 4 lines for $100 with 2.5gb of data per line. In wifi at work and home so I don’t need unlimited data. Probably alot of others use more wifi than data.

    • Deihmos

      I can’t believe they got rid of those plans. T-Mobile got really expensive.

      • Acdc1a

        $10 more per line for unlimited everything isn’t exactly outrageous. New customers can still head to metro for the 4 for $100 up side is it includes taxes, downside is you only get 1gb per line.

        • Deihmos

          Not when you don’t need it. I have 3 lines and one is unlimited and not this fake unlimited. The cost is $110.

        • Acdc1a

          But you can still get Simple choice at 4 for $100 with 2gb per line or the Metro plan I mentioned earlier. I fail to see the issue.

        • Deihmos

          Metro pcs does not offer free calls to Canada and other perks.

        • Acdc1a

          So back to Simple Choice…

        • mofay

          How is this new plan fake unlimited?

        • Deihmos

          It limits the video streaming rate.

      • Fabian

        You can still get Simple Choice plans, except the unlimited one, for how long I not sure. But T-Mobile says:

        “We will eventually stop offering Simple Choice because we don’t believe customers are going to want to buy data buckets once they experience the value of having unlimited data with T‑Mobile ONE.”

        And the 4 lines/6GB for $120 still available.

        I’ll even forgive everyone for violating NN.

        PS. That last part is a joke. I don’t have the powers to forgive anyone for that. Check with your self.

        • Fabian

          Go to prepaid-phones(dot)t-mobile(dot)com/ then to ‘family plans’.

        • Mo

          Sorta have unlimited data when in wifi areas. Can even use xfinity to log into a wifi network. Use network data to fill in the gaps. Wish project fi offered the option of bringing your own device.

    • Clintoncrat_for_Palin

      I understand: it’s $40 extra bucks on $100 bucks you will never need; aka throwing it down the East River. But it’s like voice now: who needs unlimited?

      • Moe

        I think the unlimited Thing is a rip off. The tmo network in my area (19380) is crappy and use wifi calling for most calls, wifi messenger and wifi for internet. I use on average less than 100 mins a month because of wifi calling. Only use tmo to fill I’m the gaps. They should come up with a new plan called ” TMO 4 filling in the gaps” price it at $10-15 a line with smaller buckets of minutes, texts and data. Bet it’d be a hit!

  • Trevnerdio

    *Clutches $20 truly unlimited simple choice plan close to chest*

  • Manny

    Did anyone get a text about free data? I got free unlimited for two years?!

  • Sub

    I finally gave up my $70 Simple Choice unlimited plan from a couple years back and switched my family plan to T-Mobile One. Now everyone else in my family plan won’t have to deal with soft data caps anymore and the bill will be $10/month less.

  • Meg

    How much does it cost each additional line after the 8th line?