Tag Archives: classic

T-Mobile’s Mobile Hotspot Feature Bundle Option Still Up For Grabs, Now Listed On T-Mobile Website As “Limited Time” Offer

Remember the “hush hush” data Unlimited-Premium 5GB and 10GB data plan promotions we discovered and reported on earlier this month? Do you remember how the screen shot we obtained mentioned that these rate plans were not to be proactively offered to customers? About that…turns out that T-Mobile had a change of heart and has now listed the Mobile Hotspot compatible rate plans on their website as “limited time” offers. This plan(s) can be … [read full article]

T-Mobile Classic And Value Rate Plans Go Live

Right on schedule T-Mobile has unveiled the Classic and Value rate plan selections and they are now ready for your buying pleasure.The new plans represent yet another industry first for T-Mobile as they attempt to move customers away from the equipment subsidy model that has been a staple of the American wireless industry for years. Time will tell how receptive customers are to the changes T-Mobile is making and whether or … [read full article]

(Updated With Pic) New Classic, Value Rate Plans Go Into Effect July 24th?

Update: Added picture confirming July 24th date. We’re eagerly awaiting the launch of T-Mobile’s new rate plans to see if they can bring some stability to the T-Mobile customer base in the coming months. While early feedback based on our reports has been decidedly mixed we’re still waiting to get a look at the whole picture to see what’s really awaiting us come launch. So when are these new plans … [read full article]

T-Mobile To Introduce “Value, Classic” Plans, Replace Even More Plus

After doing a little teasing yesterday regarding T-Mobile’s plans to revamp their current rate plan selection (again) beginning in late July. We’re still compiling information which means all of this is subject to change but we’re pretty confident the end result will look similar. According to our ninjas T-Mobile plans to kill off their Even More Plus plans once and for all and introduce “Value” and “Classic” plans.  Value plans are very … [read full article]