T-Mobile Confirms New Unlimited Plans, Available Tomorrow

T-Mobile has officially announced the new, single-line unlimited plans starting at $79.99 per month for Even More customers and $59.99 Even More Plus customers. These plans are only available for a limited time and you’ve had a few days to think about it. Of course we suggest giving serious consideration to your data needs and determine if you can stay within a  2 GB data offering? If the answer is yes then these plans are right up your alley. Act fast as they are only available for a limited time and we all know those words can have more than one meaning these days so lock these plans in now!

Full Press Release:

T-Mobile USA, Inc. today announced that new, single-line unlimited plans are available starting tomorrow for just $79.99 per month, with an Even More plan and a two-year contract, or $59.99 per month, with an Even More Plusplan with no annual contract required. Available for a limited time, the new plans offer great value for new and existing customers with unlimited nationwide calling, texting and data on America’s Largest 4G Network.

“Consumers today are looking for even more value and flexibility from their wireless plans,” said John Clelland, senior vice president, marketing, T-Mobile USA. “While data plans for many of our competitors continue to be very expensive, T-Mobile is lowering the price of our unlimited plans and offering more options, making it easier than ever for customers to step up to a richer mobile data experience on our 4G network.”

Combined with an extensive lineup of affordable smartphones, T-Mobile’s new Even More unlimited plan allows customers to save more than $350 per year on an unlimited smartphone plan, compared to similar plans from AT&T, Verizon and Sprint1. Customers have the flexibility to purchase any phone in T-Mobile’s lineup and sign up for an unlimited rate plan — with or without a contract term commitment.

In contrast to some competing offerings, T-Mobile’s new Even More unlimited and Even More Plus unlimited plans enable customers to use mobile data on their smartphones without incurring any overage charges. Consumers exceeding 2GB of usage in a billing month will still have access to unlimited data at reduced speeds until their new billing cycle starts. On average, T-Mobile 4G smartphone customers consume about 1 GB of data per billing month.

In addition to its unlimited plans, T-Mobile continues to offer one of the industry’s most affordable entry-level data plans, starting at just $10 for 200 MB per billing month. The company also strives to help customers on these data plans avoid surprise bills with SMS alerts when they are reaching their data limit.

The new $79.99 Even More unlimited and $59.99 Even More Plus unlimited plans are available starting tomorrow for qualifying customers. To find the T-Mobile plan that best fits their needs, customers can visit http://www.t-mobile.com.

T-Mobile’s HSPA+ 4G network not available everywhere. See coverage details at T-Mobile.com.


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  • Kurigami

    Anyone else notice that the 2GB throttle limit the the same as AT&T’s?

    • except at&t is a hard cap…tmobile won’t charge you if you go over

      • Hurlamania

        They have done things like this with other mergers. it is so the 2gig option is in both systems n case of merger.

        • Josation218

          When will this promotion be available. It says tomorrow but do they mean Wednesday or Tuesday..

        • Uniball

          Seeing as the article was written on the 12th…I’m going to reasonably assume tomorrow would mean the 13th. Now I’ll let you decide which days in the week those are…

        • Anonymous

          lol give him a break!

  • Skeletor

    Im totally cool with $59.99 a month for unlimited..paying that for 500 mins now haha

  • Anonymous

    Anybody with a need for the unlimited talk and text, but doesn’t have an android phone should be jumping on this offer.

  • Anonymous

    I’m off contract, have an android phone, but don’t get anywhere near 2GB each month. I pay for 1000 minutes and texts. It comes up to about $95 dollars with my data each month. Which one of these should I do???

    • Hurlamania

      Even more plus

      • Anonymous


    • Anonymous

      It’ll just depend on whether you prefer the discount on your bill or on your phone. Can you afford to pay for the phone upfront? Is your credit good enough to do an installment plan? If not go with contract.

      • Anonymous

        I actually don’t want a new phone. My android HD2 is just fine.

        • Anonymous

          If you don’t plan on buying a phone anytime soon, you’ll be fine on Even More Plus.

        • Anonymous


  • Anonymous

    why is the off contract one less expensive?

    • Anonymous

      No subsidized phone purchasing price (you pay the full price of the phone in exchange for lower monthly bill and no contract).

    • Bayboy

      $79.99 = discounts on phones
      $59.99 = buy phones at FULL retail price

      • TrollSeason

        Only dumbasses actually buy the phones at FULL retail price from T-Mobile. There’s always ebay and craigslist. I wish I would pay $500 for something I know I can get for atleast half that. You got people out there that use there contracts to get these high-end phones at a discounted price and then re-sell them right away to make some extra cash. Then manipulate T-Mobile and Assurion Insurance and say they lost their phone, pay a $150 deductable and do it all over again. Lmao!

        • Anonymous

          Then t-mo should blacklist the previous phone and the sim card from it when someone redeems for a new phone.

        • Climber42104bg

          That’s what happens in the UK, maybe pan-european too, the IMEI is blocked.

        • Nexus guy

          Sounds like you are talking about yourself lol.

        • TrollSeason

          As far as the insurance manipulation of getting a new phone replace… yeah… I use to do that on contract!

        • Anonymous

          I buy phones for FULL retail from T-Mobile. So I guess I’m one of those dumbasses (sic) to whom you are referring since you said “only” dumbasses do that.

          Bottom line first: You need to look at a mirror and go Karate Kid all over the http://tinyurl.com/42n5qyl in the reflection.

          Bonus Comment: Spend your time in a remedial English class. That’s better use of your time than sitting in your parent’s basement calling us “dumbasses” and LYSFBAO.

          Hmm… I just realized that you are too dim-witted to know what I’m talking about. So here’s a free lesson.


          dumb asses, not “dumbasses”

          could pay, not “would pay”

          who use, not “that use”

          at least, not “atleast”

          their contracts, not “there contracts”

          resell, not “re-sell”

          lost their phones, not “lost their phone”

          deductible, not “deductable”

        • TrollSeason

          Awww you mad, DUMBASS? Lmao… good!! Sorry, but I have no desire to try to fit in with the rest of you blog nerds and try to sound like the Urkel of Tmonews.com

        • Just use a cal. and do the math. This is over 2 year period without adding taxes.
          Even more plus=24(60)+400(brand new phone like G2x)=$1940 (no contract)
          Even more=24(80)+200(G2x)=2070 (2 year contract)
          On the even more plus plan you can spread the cost of the phone over 20 payments. So you could go to the tmobile store get a brand new g2x on the unlimited even more+ plan for 79.99(59.99plan + 20phone installment plan)+ tax a month with no contract and pay nothing up front.

        • eYe

          Except that G2x is going to be $500+ off contract, I can’t remember last time phone was priced $400.

    • LC

      That’s the difference between the two types of plans.

    • TrollSeason

      Because they subsidized the phone price on the contract (Even More) plans. Even More Plus is the way to go if you want your bill to be under $100. And the same phones that cost $400 + without a contract in T-Mobile retail stores, you can find people selling devices (most of the times “New In Box” condition) on craigslist for half that price or less…. well at least I do, ha! =D

  • Anonymous

    Good price, how about family plans?

    • TrollSeason

      Nope, only single line plans. Its a WRAP for families. Lol

      • Aajeev

        Yea. I’d hope they do something with family plan as well.

  • Alvin B.

    3G is so bad where I’m at that I might as well just switch for the unlimited minutes, as browsing is painful without wifi and I will *never* be able to stream audio or video over 3g.

  • Tony

    hmmm. very tempting. this will save me ton of money if i switch from at&t. ummm. i hope this plan is still available when g2x launches. or i should just sign up with tmobile and swap devices once g2x arrives to be grandfathered on the rate plan? hmmm

  • Anonymous

    Is even more plan the 2 year conract and even more plus the one year or no contract?

  • well this is t-mobile so if do get one of these plans and get throttled due to goin over ur data i’m sure they will let you bump ur plan right back up to the 5gb plans just like i do if i go over my 1000mins i bump it up to unlimited, no new contract required

    • But you can’t go back to the other plan unless you sign up for another 2 years.

  • will this support two lines?

    • Msjones0228

      no this plan will not be for family plans

  • SN

    Will there be a $49.99 1000 min version of the plan???

    • TrollSeason

      Yeah the 1000 minute would be alot better for $50 because I don’t even use more than 950 mins a month.

  • SN

    Will there be a $49.99 1000 min version of the plan???

  • Anonymous

    I don’t see these plans on the website.

    • Gg

      coming out tomorrow 13th. and the even more+ wont be on the website. you have to call tmobile or go in person to a tmobile store.

      • Anonymous

        Thanks for the heads up.

  • Anonymous

    now that a plan that would be perfect for me, 59.99 for unlimited data w/ 2gb throttle, unlimited text and call. currently at the moment im paying 59.99 for 500 min, mobile to mobile, unlimited text and 200 mb of data for my mytouch 3g. im definitely getting the htc sensation, and i already know from experience with the g2 that the hspa and hspa+ networks are data hoggers and you go through 200 mb very quickly, unlike the edge and 3g networks.

    • remister

      How’d you get 200MB throttle? I thought it would be 5GB throttle?

      • Anonymous

        5gb throttle is for current even more plans. 2gb throttle is for this plan which is part of the even more plus plans

  • remister

    If only I can get this plan for Even More Plus and then upgrade my throttle limit to 10 GB :P

    • HeLLkAt31

      why just 10gigs why not 50gigs of data with unlimited talk n txt for 50 bucks a month =O now thats a plan I would sign for 2yrs or more and that would have everyone joining Tmobile to become your #1 cell phone company ever!

  • Jim1348

    I am currently on Even More Plus, BUT I have five lines. The deal I am on has the add a line fee deal, but I am guessing that to switch to this eliminates the possibility of the 4 extra lines sharing then? If so, I wonder if any extra lines can be added or if this is straight up single line only then.

  • Karolinakydd26

    ok…so let me know if i got it…i currently pay $99.99 Even More (unlimited $59.99 +$30data +$10 text)….so with the new limited time contracts coming out tomorrow….i can pay $59.99 unlimited (with 2gb data cap).excluding the taxes…if i switch to it?

    PS….Im not a dumb ass….

    • Jaygqitalia

      No .. your 99.99 plan will go down to 79.99 when you call and tell them tomorrow.

      • Xpress8609

        Read you fool !

  • Anonymous

    Right now their prepaid monthly unlimited plan is $70 or $10 less than ‘even more plus’.

    Will they drop that down to $50?

  • Alvin B.

    Apparently there has been a misunderstanding. When I tried to change my Even More + account, what I was offerred was $49 Unlimited Talk+Text and $25 internet, which is $74.99/month NOT the $59.99/month I have with 500 minutes or even $69.99/month with the $1000… so it might be less than the current plans, but it is definitely not a “free upgrade”…

    • Xpress8609


    • Dma

      I got the even more plus ulim talk, data and text and i confirmed it’s 2GB per billing cycle before they throttle you down, after which you still get unlimited data just at slower speeds, which even if they cut back to edge speeds, 90% of my activity wouldn’t really hold me back that much. and i have never yet gone over 2gb, most of my intense downloads i do over wifi when i’m home.

  • Iowa1

    Just switched from EM+ 500 to EM+ unlimited talk, text AND Web for 59.99.. you need to talk to a representative

    • I just tried doing the same, I have the same exact plan you had 500 EM+ so I tried calling a rep and I got the run around how it cost 79.99 and not 59.99 so I guess I’ll try calling again later and hopefully get a different rep or just go to my local store tonight or tomorrow

      • Iowa1

        OK my online profile now says that the new plan will start next cycle and it shows up as
        “4G Unl DTT SP11” which stands for 4G unlimited data-talk-text.. same as on that screenshot..
        I guess I got lucky and the customer service guy knew about the plan. Make sure he/she knows its the EM+ and not EM.

        • I got it! I actually did it over live chat under the support section online so that’s another way as well

  • Aerofanbig

    Billing plan change section of the website is down right now, they must be screwing around with the prices at the moment because I can’t access it

  • dualcore

    wohoo… got unlimited all for $60

  • Vic

    before this sale, was there a “limit on the data” if you had the unlimited data?

  • Gg

    tmobile said i had to do 2 yr. plan for the 59.99. and still pay full price for phone.. lame i thought it was no contract. anyone had the same problem?

    • Dma

      59.99 is the even more plus, which is no contract. whoever you spoke with was wrong, just call in and do it over the phone. i went to a store, but they had to call into customer service and complete it over the phone anyways, so save your self the trip.

  • michael jacksons mytouch

    had the promo plan from earlier this year the 79.99 1500 min unltd text and web switched to this plan and now unlimited everything for same price. im keeping this plan and itll be my plan from now on ( unless i get married)

  • The Observer

    the 2gb cap before they throttle is effin retarded

  • Hope they better cut prices

  • On April 13 I signed up for even more plus for 5999 and seen it was pending on my account when I logged into tmo site. Today April 17 this happend: T-Mobile changed my pending plan of 59.99 that I singed up for on April 13 to 79.99 and then deleted the change all together and kept me on my old plan and fully removed my blackberry data!!. After yelling at 5 people, 2 supervisors in billing and customer retention they all lied and said they didnt know what I was talking about. 1 super said they dont have bundles and that i signed up for the 59 unlimited talk and then had 10 unlimited text and 10 unlimited data and that is how it is unlimited everything at 59.99. When I called back and asked where to email my screen shot and their legal department they said “oh yea we know what plan you are talking about, we did have it but pulled it before the launch, some systems did not remove it and that is why it was added but it is not a promotion we can give you, sorry. If you want unlimited everything it is 79.99 CAN SOMEONE PLEASE EMAIL ME AND LET ME KNOW IF THEY SUCCESFULLY HAVE THE EVEN MORE PLUS 59.99 PLAN ACTIVE ON THEIR ACCOUNT? IF SO I AM GOING TO FILE A BAIT AND SWITCH LAWSUIT AND PUSH FOR A CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT: apathetic30@yahoo.com

    • Ex-Tmobile Customer

      I too had this happened. I spoke with a CSR last week who confirmed they made the change to my account. I called this week to confirm the change was made, only to be told no change was ever made, and their records confirm that.

      Good old fashioned bait ‘n switch.

      Goodbye T-mobile. You were good for the last decade or so, lately you have gone downhill, and this was the last time I was going to be lied to. Have fun with the AT&T merger.

  • If you use less than 2GB of data, this is the best plan on the market. However, if you really need unlimited data I would go with the Sprint any mobile anytime.

    • Deihmos

      Sprint service is terrible. You can’t even talk on the phone and use data at he same time