T-Mobile offering multi-line discounts on some prepaid plans

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T-Mobile has added a multi-line discount to some of its prepaid offerings.

T-Mobile now offers multi-line discounts on its T-Mobile One Prepaid Domestic Only and Simply Prepaid plans. According to T-Mo employees on Reddit, this featre was added very recently. T-Mobile’s third prepaid plan is a Pay As You Go option.

The T-Mobile One Prepaid Domestic Only (boy, that’s a mouthful) plan offers unlimited talk, text, and 4G LTE data as well as unlimited 3G mobile hotspot and Wi-Fi calling. Video streams at 480p. Customers can add usage in Canada and Mexico for $5 per month and get up to 5GB of high-speed data and then 128kbps speeds, and stateside international calling can be added for $15 per month. Here’s how the pricing for this plan breaks down (plus taxes and fees):

  • One line: $50 per month
  • Two lines: $80 per month
  • Three lines: $110 per month
  • Four lines: $140 per month
  • Five lines: $170 per month

The Simply Prepaid plan makes a couple of notable changes. Unlimited talk and text are included, but you get 10GB of 4G LTE data and then your speeds will be slowed to 2G speeds for the remainder of the month. Mobile hotspot is included and it draws from your data allotment, and Wi-Fi calling is included as well. Available add-ons are coverage in Canada and Mexico for $5 per month or stateside international calling for $15 per month. Pricing for Simply Prepaid (plus taxes and fees) is:

  • One line: $40 per month
  • Two lines: $70 per month
  • Three lines: $100 per month
  • Four lines: $130 per month
  • Five lines: $160 per month

And then there’s Pay As You Go, which is pretty much how it sounds. Pricing starts at $3 for up to 30 minutes and 30 messages, and you can add more of each for $0.10 per minute or message. Data can be added by purchasing a data pass, which is available at a price of $5 for a one-day 500MB pass or $10 for a one-week 1GB pass.

Via: Best MVNO, Reddit
Source: T-Mobile

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  • riverhorse

    T-Mobile One Prepaid Domestic Only with SOME 4G Hotspot and SOME HD STREAMING would be fantabulous at $50.
    Also, is it eligible for Tmo Tuesdays?

    • Sharti24

      Metro offers 5GB Lte hotspot for the same price. Taxes and fees included. Tmo Prepaid is eligible for tmo tuesdays but not metro

      • riverhorse

        Thanks. One of my lines is the grandfathered $50 Metro Unlimited. For a laptop on the road, the best value is5 that Tether is 4G and Streaming is HD.
        Another line is a real cheap Tmo prepaid that is not eligible for Free Tuesdays.

  • Philip

    The best plans are those of few years ago.