Tag Archives: Rate plans

Even More Plus Unlimited Plan Will Be $59.99, Quietly Launches April 13th

Even More Plus customers who caught wind of last nights Even More $79.99 “Unlimited” Everything plan were understandably upset that they wouldn’t be able to take advantage of this offer. Well of course we did a little more digging and as you can see by the image above, Even More Plus customers will in fact be able to take advantage of this plan at the wonderful price point of $59.99. That will … [read full article]

(Updated) T-Mobile Releasing Unlimited Promo Plan April 13th?

Update: There is a catch to this plan regarding data usage, after the first 2 GB’s of data speeds are throttled till the bill cycle resets. Check out the image below for more detail! Rumors of an unlimited $79.99 unlimited plan first surfaced back in the middle of February and was then delayed for unknown reasons. Well it’s been delayed no more as the $79.99 “Truly Unlimited Data + Talk + … [read full article]

AT&T Says T-Mobile Can Keep It’s Current Pricing Structure

One of the more pressing questions for current T-Mobile users facing a takeover from AT&T is what will happen with their existing pricing plans. Well thanks to the guys at IntoMobile who managed to get an answer out of Ralph de la Vega at CTIA 2011 T-Mobile will keep it’s existing pricing structure. While we could interpret plenty from that as the IntoMobile folks did, does that mean T-Mobile will operate as … [read full article]

New Do More Plans Planned For February 23rd Delayed?

We just received word that the new Promotional Single Line Plans that were set to launch on February 23rd have been delayed. According to our ninja, T-Mobile’s marketing department has asked for more time to properly communicate the launch of these new plans. No word was given on any expected time frame moving forward, but, as stated this morning, we’re still hearing rumors for a T-Mobile overhaul of all current rate … [read full article]

T-Mobile Adding Unlimited Data Plan Later This Year?

Thanks to Mr. Blurrycam himself we’ve just received the above image from a trusted ninja showing off what we believe is a hint toward revamped data plans later this year. While the wireless industry as of late has been leery of allowing unlimited data usage, T-Mobile will have to carefully evaluate data offerings as they prepare to launched devices capable of faster and faster speeds. Without a doubt there must be a balance … [read full article]

T-Mobile Pushing FlexPay Conversion To Postpaid, Proof FlexPay Is Going Away?

On the heels of yesterdays post regarding the rumors FlexPay will soon find itself sleeping with the fishes, T-Mobile asks reps to assist qualified FlexPay customers to switch to postpaid. What you see is what you get with this story so anything beyond what’s written on the image above is a guessing game at this point but it provides a little more evidence that something might be up with FlexPay.

T-Mobile Dropping Flexpay, Returning To Deposit Based System?

Combined with the introduction of a new, individual lower priced unlimited plan we’ve also received word through our ninjas that T-Mobile is preparing to kill off its Flexpay offerings and bring back a deposit based system for the activation of new service. Deposits will be based on credit qualifications with deposits ranging from the $50, $100, $200 to $400 range. According to our ninjas this change will take place around March … [read full article]

T-Mobile To Introduce Lower Priced Unlimited Plan?

We’ve just received word through our ninja grapevine that T-Mobile is set to introduce two revamped individual unlimited plans for both Even More and Even More Plus customers. Accordingly, T-Mobile will lower the price of the Even More individual unlimited plan to $79.99 (from $99.99) and for Even More Plus customers, that price would be further reduced to $69.99. While Even More Plus is currently on the back burner and you almost have … [read full article]

T-Mobile Cancelling kidConnect And Take Control Plans

For those currently on kidConnect or Take Control plans, T-Mobile will soon begin to cancel your rate plans. According to T-Mobile, due to systems changes, Take Control and kidConnect grandfathered rate plans will be removed from T-Mobile systems in the next few months. For those of you still enrolled in either of those plans will be notified by mail, text message, or a call from Take Control/kidConnect rep to convert your plan over to … [read full article]