T-Mobile One Plus price will increase from $5 to $10 per month on July 6th

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If you’ve been thinking about signing up for T-Mobile One Plus, you may want to make your move today.

T-Mobile will increase the price of its T-Mobile One Plus add-on tomorrow, July 6th. Rumors of the change began circulating on Reddit yesterday, and today T-Mobile confirmed to me that it is happening.

T-Mobile One Plus is currently priced at $5 per line per month, but that’ll grow to $10 per line per month tomorrow. Customers currently enrolled in T-Mobile One Plus at $5 per month can keep that price following the increase so long as they stay enrolled, so now would be a good time to sign up for One Plus if you’ve been considering it.

The One Plus add-on includes unlimited HD video streaming, unlimited mobile hotspot with up to 10GB at 4G LTE speeds, international data speeds up to 256Kbps, unlimited in-flight Wi-Fi on Gogo-enabled flights, Voicemail to Text, and Name ID. For a limited time, T-Mobile One Plus also includes a free Digits line.

Are you currently enrolled in T-Mobile One Plus? If not, does this news have you thinking about signing up?

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  • TheCudder

    What are the current HD Video Streaming & LTE HotSpot limitations for non-Plus T-Mobile One users?

    • Jonathan Villicaña

      You have no HD only SD and 3g hotspot not LTE speeds

      • chunk

        False on HD video. It limits download in video streaming to around 1.5mbps during peak hours. More or less. You can pull 720p on that, depending on content. And off peak there’s really no limit on content providers that tmo has no agreements with, like plex, because it doesn’t know what to limit bandwidth on. That’s why tmos FAQs and fineprint say “typically limits”, because it’s not always.

  • I have the One Plus Promo which is free, hopefully it stays that way.

    • Joe2050

      I have that to, however it shows HD Pass expires on 2025. I’m not sure why it saids that as there should be no limit as long as you keep your plan. Does it show on yours as well?

      • brandenlee87

        I have it for free and it don’t say that on my Mytmobile plan. you should call.

        • SpaceGho5t

          Yours should definitely say it, you might not have your HD enabled.

        • Mine does not but that might be because I never went into my T-Mobile app to activate HD streaming. (I’m always streaming at home). So I think @SpaceGho5t:disqus has the right idea.

      • Sharti24

        Mine says it too

      • Mine does not but that might be because I never went into my T-Mobile app to activate HD streaming. (I’m always streaming at home).

    • Mike

      It will stay free long as you keep your account active and in good standing.

  • Trevnerdio

    All the more reason to stick with the Simple Choice plans

    • Mike

      If your already signed up for it the price increase isn’t a concern so buzz off

      • lomsha

        You buzz off

      • Trevnerdio

        That’s all fine and well, but read my comment above. It’s so much more expensive if you’re on a really old plan.

    • gmo8492

      Simple choice is the best, never getting off my plan until T-Mobile forces me.

      • Kilroy672

        My wife and I are also on that same plan. If I were to switch over to the One Plus plan it would take away our Jump plans. I really enjoy those, more me than my wife. I’m Godfathered in so why would switch over now? That’s another $20 month.

        • Chris Ferry

          Will tmo wake up with a horse head in the bed if they mess with your plan?

        • Kilroy672

          Huh? That doesn’t make any sense.

        • Chris Ferry

          You mean “Grandfathered in” … Have you never seen The Godfather?

    • mreveryphone

      I told myself that I was never going to switch off my simple choice plan but I went ahead and made the switch. I’m getting more for the same money I was paying with simple choice by being on the One plan with taxes included. I also fly a lot for work so the gogo in-flight was a no brainer… I guess it just depends on what works best for you but the one plus plan has a lot more to offer than simple choice for me…

      • DILAW IDDAHLA

        You are right, it depends on what works best for you. I have 9 lines with 4.5GB each and I am paying $155 including tax. The One Plan would never come close to that

        • That is pretty dope. I pay $120 with tax for 5 lines no throttle unlimited data on a legacy grandfathered family plan. But I don’t have any hotspot tether. I’m thinking of adding a new line with the Comcast Xfinity mobile service too now just to test the waters.

    • stuman19741974 .

      I don’t see myself ever moving from Simple Choice as well. I’ve chatted with T-Mobile support and if I move to ONE, I’d lose a free phone line and two tablet lines that I have (from Thanksgiving and March promos).

      If my wife really ever needs more data than her 4gb, I’d be better off paying $15 more for her to go to 6gb (and then get the rollover).

  • Sharti24

    Glad i signed up on march 1st. I got all the above included in my 2 for $100 plan plus add a line for free then a 20% insider hookup discount on top of it. I dont use my 3rd line and the sim just sits in a drawer. Tmobile was giving me a $10 kickback for the past 4 months for using less than 2GB but when i checked my new bill they took that off because the 3rd line is free. So 3 line for $80 total. Includes Tmobile one plus on all 3 lines. Not bad at all

    • Corey Jalette

      I’ve got the same plan with 2 phones and 2 tablets. All lines aside from 1 tablet have the one plus promo for free, just added my last tablet for half off. So total I’m paying $85/4 lines. 2 phones and 1 tablet with kickback on.

  • Bruce Wayne

    So much for the “uncarrier”.

    • Chanki Lee

      Well it shows Tmobile is still corporate. Now they have enough subscribers they think they can increase the price.

  • Dakota_Offspring

    Well hopefully T-Mobile adds an extra benefit for the extra $5.00

    • Corey Jalette

      It was $15 before. Then they did a promo that it was free, then a promo that it was $5 and now it’s up to $10.

  • Jonathan S. Flores

    I work for tmobile and i have not heard this!!!

    • Corey Jalette

      It’s true. Just checked on mytmobile website and the option is now $10. Last night I tried to check it but it only gave me the $25 one plus international option. (on the base tmobile one plan)

    • mreveryphone

      It’s on the website…

  • Charlie

    Looks like I missed my chance… Oh well.. More than a days heads up would have been nice…

  • Deadeye37

    Apparently, Verizon is now cheaper than T-mobile since Verizon’s basic unlimited plan that includes all the same perks as one plus comes out to $180 for a family of 4, whereas T-mobile is $200 for a family of 4.

    You’re slipping T-mobile. I also have a feeling that Verizon is going to jump all over T-mobile for this.

    • Deihmos

      I pay 100 for 3 lines. 2 of them don’t use much data so I end up paying 80 tax included. You have missed all the great deals.

      • Chanki Lee

        Then you are not taking benefit of unlimited plan so i dont think you are good example.

        • Locust Gee

          He’s playing with the cards he’s dealt with.
          Only a fool would not take advantage of it.

        • chunk

          You completely missed their point. Read their last sentence over and over until it sinks in. Slowly, if you have to..

          Im in the same boat as they are. 3 lines for $80 WITH unlimited HD and 10gb 4g tethering. Whether or not im “taking benefit of unlimited plan” is completely irrelevant. I have it because i took “benefit” of free HD+ tethering deal, and free line deal, when they offered them, plus $10 kickback per line because I’ve wifi at home and work.

    • Locust Gee

      VZW adds addl taxes.
      TMO1+ have taxes built it & as stated has kickbacks.

    • Andrew Singleton

      T-Mobile is actually $180 after the autopay discount (no-brainer). Also, they don’t charge taxes and fees, so it’s more like a $35 savings with T-Mobile. Indeed, closer.

    • AnthonyReyes

      you noT adding in the tax from Verizon

  • NardVa

    That’s why a Sprint and T-Mobile is bad for buisneses. Nobody to keep T-Mobile honest if low-cost Sprint isn’t a player any more.

  • samsung freud

    Don’t forget the recent 20$ sim card activation fee and the 20$ customer assistance fee…
    Verizon is starting look better and better

    • Brian Jr

      I paid 27 activation fee here in nyc.

      • Brandon

        That is crazy

        • Brian Jr

          I only lasted one week with T-Mobile unlimited plan is extremely slow in New York City and the service is very spotty it and then consistent. But i have a tablet with them since its very affordable to finance accessories with them hehe:)

        • Brandon

          Who do u have now?

        • Brian Jr

          Ive had verizon from the start just thought tmobile would be faster and reliable considering the all the advertising they do especially for new york city and michigan which according to them and open signal and rootmetrics are “neck to neck” in speed and stuff but thats not true. Not even close to the tmobile atore that i activated service was the servce good for downloading and setting up the phone and then ince home i had one bar of service. So i popped my verizon sim back into my 6s and called it a day. I lasted 5 days couldnt do it was very disappointed

        • Brandon

          I’m seriously considering joining Verizon in December

        • Brian Jr

          All that I can say is that you won’t regret the decision I think every carrier has their pros and cons and I genuinely feel that every carrier strives to provide the best service possible but Verizon just has more experience in this area when it comes to network services and I would rather invest my money in an expert someone with a long history of providing good Quality services versus a rookie reliability and consistency in my service is what I expect and US-based customer service is what I expect and that’s exactly what I get and my bill is only $99 a month with taxes insurance and everything taxes aren’t as high astobile makes it seem its only 3.50 in my area. Insurance is 11 and my plan 85 i use about 120gigs of data a month my speed varie between 70-140 down to 30up 24/7 tech coach support and customer service till 11pm on weekdays and 9pm weekends.

        • Brandon

          I love Tmobile to death, but I’m tired of going into certain buildings and my signal goes completely out. And every time that I call their customer service, I always get people that don’t speak any damn english. I kinda look at it as, sometimes I wish that I’d never left AT&T

        • samsung freud

          How friendly is verizon to unlocked phones?
          I’ve heard that they’re somewhat friendlier but not much…

        • Brian Jr

          Verizon is very friendly to bring in your own phone but just keep in mind they’ll tell you this that they won’t be held liable if you have service issues because they can’t guarantee that the phone will work 100% because they didn’t sell you the phone so it’s not Verizon certified but it’s like that with every carrierbut Verizon sell all their phones are unlocked.especially the iPhones they come unlocked right out of the box so you don’t have to call them to request for them to unlock it and all of their phones come international ready so are you do is pay $10 a day when you’re abroad if you want like better service

        • Bklynman

          I live in NYC too,never had the issues you have,only in buildings,or downtown Brooklyn,what I have been told every carrier has problems down there.

      • samsung freud

        I’m curious, what transaction did you have with tmo when they imposed this charge?

      • Drewski Leslie

        Hey you paid 27 Dollars for a freaking activation fee?? I always known for T-Mobile to only charge 20 Dollars for activation purposes verses the whole 27 Dollar activation deal. And on top of it, from what I was reading from a reply you wrote someone else on here, stating that you only pay 25 Dollar, plus tax and it coming out to being 27 Dollars? So that is only in New York is the reason why you got charged the 27 activation fee instead of it being 20 Dollar outright?? Make me understand it a little bit Better Bro. So it a New York thing or what?

    • Brandon

      R u serious?

      • samsung freud

        Yup, actually looking at ting too

        • Brandon

          That is awful

    • Andrew Singleton

      the $20 upgrade support charge is for the extreme amount of time, attention and risk involved in transferring professionals’ entire mobile lives from their old, often unsupported device, to their new one. those who don’t require assistance enjoy a waived fee by purchasing over the phone or through t-mobile’s website.

      • AnthonyReyes

        wrong, they have charge me over the phone. have not ordered online since JOD cant but on the phone they still charge it.

        • Andrew Singleton

          didn’t know that thanks.

  • Sharti24

    Tmobile should be charging sprint prices to take away verizon and att customers. Charging verizon prices will end up costing them customers because verizon has a very well known reputation for their coverage….tmobile not so much but they’re getting there

    • itguy08

      Verizon’s “reputation” is vastly overrated. But them and AT&T have stellar coverage compared to T-Mobile and now that the prices are going to be about the same it makes little sense to go with T-Mobile.

      • Sharti24

        Ask the average cell customer (not people like you and i on cell forums) who the best cell provider is, It will be verizon. My friend switched his family to tmobile from verizon and his wife didnt want to switch to tmobile because she thought they were “ghetto”. Yes that was the reputation they had in the past but theyre improving. All you hear in verizon ads is how much better their coverage is. They have a stellar reputation because their phones just work. Unlike tmobile in rural areas

        • itguy08

          I’ve had all 3, Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile.

          Verizon has great brainwashing but the coverage is on par with AT&T. It’s nothing overly special like they claim. At&T has good bundles.

          My Axon 7 has an AT&T Sim a d T-Mobile Sims in it and TMo has vastly improved service in the past 2 years.

        • Sharti24

          If you put a non active att or verizon sim into an unlocked phone will signal strength show? I know it will on tmobile but not sure with the other two

        • itguy08

          I’m not sure on that one – I don’t have any to test but when I ported my one line out of T-Mobile a few years ago due to signal issues, the phone showed no service near immediately. I don’t know if that’s due to the line being terminated vs never active though.

        • Sharti24

          If i insert a brand new never activated tmobile sim card into an unlocked phone, tmobile signal strength will show up. I have an old verizon sim and i want to check out their coverage in my 6s plus when i get the iphone 8. Compare both equally when i travel

  • samsung freud

    Don’t laugh so hard, when upgrading from one phone to another,
    I had to pay an “activation fee”. This was just a simple transaction.
    My phone didn’t need “activation” since the old sim card worked fine
    in the newer phone.
    A call to customer service got this ridiculous charge removed.

    • Brian Jr

      Representatives can’t waive activation fees the only time that they are waived is if you buy the phone online and in online it says clearly no activation but if you do it at the store They charge you an activation fee unless for some reason it gets waived.but yes taking the old Sim card and put it into your new phone is smart but if you go to the store and you upgrade or you get a new phone they’re going to charge you an activation fee the only way you can avoid that is if you get a phone from Amazon or something and then just pop the Sim card that you have into it

  • Botiemaster

    Oh geez another Tmobile price increase. You know, it’s never a good sign when prices start to rise with 4 major players in the mix.

  • arandomperson7

    TMobile gained millions of customers, no need to be the “uncarrier” anymore except as a buzzword.