Right on schedule, the new T-Mobile One plan with taxes and fees included is available.
The new T-Mobile One plan officially launched today, January 22. The goal of this new T-Mo One plan is to simplify customers’ monthly bill by building the taxes and fees into the advertised price of the plan. The new T-Mobile One plan is also now the only postpaid plan that new customers can sign up for.
T-Mobile One starts at $70 per month all-in for a single line. It’ll go up to $120 per month ($60 per line) for two lines, $140 per month ($46.67 per line) for three lines, and $160 per month ($40 per line) for four lines.
Keep in mind that all of those prices include Auto Pay. If you don’t sign up for Auto Pay, you’ll pay $5 more per line per month.
You also have the option of adding T-Mobile One Plus or T-Mobile One Plus International to each line. T-Mobile One Plus costs $15 per month per line and adds unlimited Gogo inflight Wi-Fi, double international data speeds (256Kbps), Voicemail to text, Name ID, and unlimited HD day passes for streaming. T-Mobile One Plus International is $25 per line per month and includes all of the features of the One Plus add-on as well as unlimited 4G LTE mobile hotspot as well as unlimited calling to landlines in more than 70 countries and mobile numbers in more than 30 countries.
Pricing for adding non-smartphone devices to your T-Mobile One plan is set at $20 per month for a tablet or $5 per month for a wearable. Again, these prices include Auto Pay.
It’s worth noting that current T-Mobile One customers will not automatically have taxes and fees built into their plan. These subscribers will need to enroll in the new T-Mobile One plan with taxes and fees included. If you do move from the old T-Mo One plan to the new, all of your lines will move with you.
T-Mobile has also rolled out KickBack, another major piece of its Un-carrier Next announcement. With KickBack enabled, T-Mobile will credit you up to $10 per line on your next bill for each line that uses 2GB or less of total data in a month.
KickBack is available on postpaid T-Mobile One voice and tablet lines, including both the old T-Mo One plan and the new One. You can add KickBack to your plan by logging into your account online or through the T-Mobile app.
So now that the new all-in T-Mobile One plan is here, will you be signing up?