Tag Archives: data plans

The Complete Breakdown Of Simple Global International Data And UnCarrier Phase 3

As T-Mobile’s Simple Global international data roaming plan continues to earn rave reviews, I’ve received many inquiries on Wi-Fi calling and traveling abroad. Well, some good news all around as T-Mobile has posted a full breakdown of the Simple Global plan, including its impact on Wi-Fi calling. There’s plenty of data contained within, including a breakdown of … [read full article]

Sprint Prepares To Challenge T-Mobile With One-Size-Fits-All Rate Plan

While T-Mobile’s CEO John Legere and CTO Neville Ray made no attempt to hide their laughter at Sprint’s pitiful data network, the “Now” network is preparing to challenge T-Mobile right back. The folks at PhoneArena received the image via an anonymous tipster and Engadget has learned the plans are correct and could kick off as early as tomorrow, Friday, July 12th. Sprint looks to replace its existing “Everything” plans with new “Unlimited, My Way” … [read full article]

T-Mobile Will Introduce New “Unlimited” Data Plan That’s Actually Unlimited

Hello brand new unlimited data plan coming to T-Mobile that is actually…unlimited. Be still my heart as T-Mobile is finally introducing, or re-introducing from days gone by a data plan that is without “speed limits, caps, or overages.” I’m so happy I just might shed a tear that T-Mobile is finally using the word “unlimited” properly with regards to a data plan offering. The best news, this plan is just $30 for Classic … [read full article]

T-Mobile Takes A Shot At Verizon’s Share Everything Plans

While T-Mobile and Verizon are cutting deals over spectrum, T-Mobile’s still taking shots at their competition. Verizon’s new Share Everything plans launch this week and they’re a big shift away from the traditional style of pay-per-line rate plans we’ve seen in the industry thus far. Verizon’s new plans have no doubt created a lot of discussion across the web, the majority of … [read full article]

T-Mobile Announces New Set Of Business Oriented Data Plans

T-Mobile has just announced revamped mobile broadband data plans for business users allowing them to choose whether they or not they want to be throttled when reaching their data cap. T-Mobile is now offering “overage-free” and “high-speed” data plans for use with its tablet, mobile hotspots, and USB data stick lineup. The “overage-free” data plans allows businesses to control the cost of monthly data usage with plans that slow data speeds down when … [read full article]

T-Mobile Says ‘No Thanks’ To Family Shared Data Plans

As Verizon ramped up their own planned shared data plans earlier this week, T-Mobile’s Senior Vice President of Marketing, Andrew Sherrard has taken to T-Mobile’s own blog to lay down the company’s position on shared family data plans. According to Sherrard’s posting, we shouldn’t expect to see shared family data plans on T-Mobile anytime soon and that’s just fine with me. It’s an interesting position and yet, Sherrard brings up some key … [read full article]

T-Mobile Considering Video Channel That Doesn’t Require Data Plan?

T-Mobile Senior Vice President, Brad Duea sat down in an interview this morning and hinted at a new effort by T-Mobile to expand video content for your smartphone. The data plan under consideration by T-Mobile (Verizon hinted at the same style plan as well) would allow for a new video channel that would be available on T-Mobile smartphones carrying T-Mobile ads and device tips alongside entertainment programming. The cost of the data plan … [read full article]

Google Wanted To Subsidize Data Plans Through T-Mobile Before Android Platform Launched

As the Oracle v. Google trial continues today over patents, documents shown during the trial hinted that Google mentioned to T-Mobile back in 2006 that it wanted to subsidize Android data plans for $9.99. By Google’s math, customers would pay just $9.99 a month for unlimited data — to help subsidize the reduced cost, the company would forgo commissions it would earn from T-Mobile for referring Android buyers to its online store. Google … [read full article]

T-Mobile Raising Price On Classic Unlimited 5GB and 10GB Data Features Beginning April 4th

Beginning April 4th, T-Mobile will increase the price of the Premium 5GB Promotional Bundles and Ultra – 10GB Promotional Bundles Classic data features by $5 per month. The currently available Classic 5GB and 10GB promotional bundles will be replaced with new plans and a $5 monthly rate increase. This price will not affect any customers who have added the 5GB or 10GB promotional bundles prior to April 4th. There is no change to … [read full article]

T-Mobile Making Changes To Off-Network Data Roaming Plans In The Future?

Word coming out of Howard Forums tells us T-Mobile will be making some changes to their data roaming plans when you are wandering off the T-Mobile network. According to the Howard Forums tipster, sometime in early April, T-Mobile will change their domestic roaming policies to 100MB of data on the 5GB plan and 200MB on the 10GB plan. If you exceed the 100 or 200MB limit, the network will cut off any data … [read full article]