T-Mobile launches @Work All-In Bundle with five lines for $160 and five LG Stylo 2 Plus phones

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With the holiday season approaching, there will be deals coming out left and right. Today T-Mobile is contributing to the stream of deals with a new business-focused offer of its own.

The new @Work All-In Bundle offers five T-Mobile One lines for $160 per month when using autopay, which works out to $32 per line. Also included are five LG Stylo 2 Plus smartphones (pictured above) for free after 24 monthly bill credits.

T-Mobile notes that activation of five lines is required to take advantage of this deal.

T-Mo’s @Work All-In Bundle is available starting today, November 14, at T-Mobile stores, @Work direct sales, customer care, and telesales. The offer will be available for a limited time.

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

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  • Frankwhitess

    What ??? What’s the plan?? Is it unlimited data etc ??? Or is it a plan you sign up and it’s $160 but has no data, No text and no calling…. Because that is a very unique plan if your paying $160 a month and only includes 5 lines with no data, text or calling…

    • thenew3

      It says it’s the tmobile One plan which is their new unlimited data plan.

      • Frankwhitess

        Thank you for replying back…

  • Bklynman

    It has to be a plan with data,since it state it is for business. How much data,have no idea.

    • PC_Tool

      Unless the article has been edited, it’s stated in the article: 5 T-Mobile One lines.

      There’s been plenty of coverage of that the T-Mobile One plan includes, so I’ll not rehash that here….

  • Mike

    Unlimited data on TMO 1plan.

  • Lukasz Balicki

    It’s a T-Mobile one plan for businesses

  • Acdc1a

    Things just got serious in the B2B arena.

  • Austin Ramsdale

    So it’s a better deal than tmo one consumer?

    • Acdc1a

      If you have 5 lines, yes.

  • Panzer

    I’m almost tempted to get some friends and family who need a cheap plan. Just the cost per line is so high comparatively.

    • Acdc1a

      $32 per line for unlimited phone included? High?

      • Panzer

        You’re misunderstanding me. $32 per line plus phone is cheap compared to what I pay now.

        • Acdc1a

          Got it. $32 per line is a steal!

  • DILAW IDDAHLA

    I believe to qualify you need to provide a business tax ID. I remember 5 or 6 years ago T-Mobile had a plan for businesses and when I called even though I wanted to open 7 to 10 new lines I was told to provide a business tax ID which I didn’t have.

  • If you’re a Sole Proprietor, all you have to do is sign up for a free EIN and Viola! FamilyPlan/BusinessPlan.
    Ia have my own EIN because I operate my own Internet Radio station. But I would not sign up for TMo under my business name, unless they are giving me a LINE OF CREDIT.

  • Avatar.

    I have the LG Stylo2 on Boost Mobile and I’m very happy.