Tag Archives: Even more

Right On Cue, T-Mobile Unveils 3000 Minute Family Plan

Right on cue, T-Mobile has unveiled its newest rate plan addition in the form of a 3000 minute Family Plan for both Even More and Even More Plus customers.  As previously mentioned, some of you may ask why T-Mobile unveiled a rate plan at a price point that’s already offering unlimited minutes?  Of course, not everyone needs unlimited minutes but 1500 just isn’t enough.  On top of that, currently both Even More and Even … [read full article]

Leaked T-Mobile Calender Contains Four Upcoming Devices?

Thanks to my friends over at Phonedog who received a juicy training calendar that contains secrets regarding upcoming products and services.  We can take guesses at some of the information, but for some we are just going to have to inquire a little further.  For instance, both July 21st and July 28th are scheduled for handset launches.  Considering we have been calling for a July 21st launch date for the Samsung Galaxy S, … [read full article]

Family Talk $5 Add-a-Line Available In Retail Stores

If you may recall, yesterday we told you about a new T-Mobile $5 add-a-line Family Talk Promotion.  At that time we could not confirm if this promotion was indeed valid in T-Mobile Corporate Stores.  However, thanks to a trusty tipster, we’ve confirmed availability in retail locations.  To briefly summarize, starting April 4th, Magenta will be offering a new $5 add-a-line promotion to Even More Family plans.  The promotion will reduce the add-a-line price on Even More … [read full article]

T-Mobile Even More Family Talk Promotion For $5?

Rumors and “not finalized info” ahead, subject to change! Well, T-Mobile says they are the low-cost carrier and they are out to prove it.  Starting April 3rd and lasting through May 19th, rumor has it that T-Mobile Retail Partner Sales will be offering $5 add a lines on Even More Family talk 750 and 1500 plans.  The Even More unlimited family talk plan?  Dropping from $15 to $10 dollars for add-a-lines?  Even More Plus plans look like they are … [read full article]

Unlimited Plan Breakdown

While we work on a complete and total breakdown of the new T-Mobile Even More/Even More Plus rate plans, Fierce Wireless has put out a cheat sheet. Breaking down the offerings of the big 4, and showing the advantage of T-Mobile plans versus the competition, the breakdown will hopefully put out a few of the fires I’ve been reading in your comments. Conspicuously leaving out MetroPCS, Boost Mobile and other regional carriers who might otherwise offer … [read full article]

Even More Rate Plans Explained

As you may already be aware (its only been on the blog a few hundred times) T-Mobile officially launched its newest rate plans as of Sunday, October 25th 2009. T-Mobile announced a new approach to truly show itself as the cheapest carrier compared to AT&T and Verizon. Yesterday during the “So You Think You Can Dance” show, T-Mobile aired its newest T-Mobile ad to explain the Even More Rate plans. And I have to say I’m impressed with T-Mobile. I … [read full article]

Did T-Mobile Let The Pitch Go By?

Sat at the keyboard all morning wondering how best to word this article. We’ve been talking about Project Dark for almost a full two weeks, and after all speculation, hype, and confusion and questions still remain. We have concluded however, that we really don’t what kind of  impact these plans will have. We’ve been a little rough on the magenta lately, yet let there be no question we want the Even More and Even More Plus plans to succeed. … [read full article]

Project Dark Day 2, Love it, Hate it, or Meh?!

Many people are saying project Dark didn’t quite take the wireless world by storm like we had all hoped, speculated or hyped. That being said, T-Mobile did introduce some “game-changing” features by moving away from the typical wireless practices the big 4 continue to deliver. How the industry receives these practices is a question that may not be answered for some time. Until then, we at Tmonews want to ask your first impressions of these plans. We’ve … [read full article]