Tag Archives: simple choice

New Stateside International Talk plan announced, $5/month for your entire account

T-Mobile is continuing in its generous pre-Black Friday spirit and from today you can sign up to a new Stateside International Talk plan. For $5 per month – for the entire account – Simple Choice customers can call from the U.S. to international landlines in more than 70 countries. To make that clear, that’s $5 per month, per account – Not per … [read full article]

T-Mobile Music Freedom now includes Grooveshark, Rdio and Songza, Google Play coming “later this year”

T-Mobile today announced that it’s adding 6 new music streaming services to its Music Freedom movement. As part of its Simple Choice plans, customers can stream music as much as they like without it counting against their data allotment. Until now only iHeart Radio, iTunes Radio, Pandora, Rhapsody, Samsung Milk, Slacker and Spotify were included. From today, customers will also be able to listen to music using AccuRadio, Black Planet, Grooveshark, Radio Paradise, Rdio … [read full article]

Some legacy plan customers being moved to Simple Choice

With the arrival of Simple Choice plans last year, T-Mobile’s mission was to have a selection of easy to understand plans separated by $10 tiers. With no overages, free streaming, international texts and data, and unlimited calls and texts on all plans, the only differences are the amounts of data offered at each tier. And it would seem T-Mo wants as many people as possible joining the Simple Choice ranks: The company is … [read full article]

T-Mobile to throttle customers who use unlimited LTE data for torrents/p2p

In an internal memo to staff, it’s been revealed that T-Mobile is going to clamp down on users taking advantage of their unlimited 4G/LTE plans for peer-to-peer file sharing and other misuse of their data allowance. It reads: “T-mobile has identified customers who are heavy data users and are engaged in peer-to-peer file sharing, and tethering outside of T-Mobile’s Terms and Conditions (T&C). This results in a negative data network experience for T-Mobile … [read full article]