T-Mobile has a new prepaid plan called Simply Prepaid Unlimited Plus

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As T-Mobile prepares for its New T-Mobile Un-carrier 1.0 announcement on November 7th, it has kept mum on what the big news will be. The company has been focused at this reveal that it has discreetly added a new option to its prepaid lineup. 

The new plan, called Simply Prepaid Unlimited Plus, was discovered by a Reddit user. The plan comes with unlimited talk, text, data, and 10GB of mobile hotspot at a price of $60 per month. Before this discovery, T-Mobile was offering a base plan at $40 per month. 

So what makes this new plan different? For starters, it comes with 10GB of mobile hotspot while the two older plans don’t. It also includes the option to enable and disable T-Mobile’s Data Maximizer feature at will. With this option, you can switch that on to optimize video streaming at DVD quality. T-Mobile’s Simply Prepaid Unlimited plan does not have an option to switch off this function. Only the new Simply Prepaid Unlimited Plus plan has the option to do that at will. 

The new plan costs $60 for one line of service. If you add more lines, it will cost $30 per month. But you can only add up to five lines.

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  • SurvivingSunnyvale

    Remember when a prepaid plan meant that if you didn’t use the phone at all, it cost you $0 for the month?

    It was a great way to keep emergency phones ready when needed.

    • RealShit

      Oh you mean Pay As You Go with no data? You just wanna go back to the 90s I see.

      • No he means for emergency phones. You’re not using data for emergency phones, only calls and maybe text once in a while. If you needed data, a lot of them came with a small bucket of data for a price and if you hit the limit, that’s it until the next month. Very predictable billing as you only pay for what you need.

        • Red

          Any phone can be a true emergency phone for those who may not know. Any carrier is required to receive 911 calls from any phone, regardless of any plan the phone may or may not have.

    • Martyy

      that is true. I used to have boost back in the day with the walkie talkie. My family all had walkie talkie features and i remember it was a $1 day for unlimited use. So it was very predictable.

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  • Jon

    Does this have global roaming? Looking at this to replace my 2-for-$100 Unlimited plan.

    • RealShit

      Nope, prepaid doesn’t include Simple Global. This new prepaid plan is still, prepaid.

    • Brandon

      If I was u, I would keep the plan that your on for eternity.

    • Zo

      Check out the current deals. Many are better than what you have if you qualify. 55+, military, first responder, etc.

      • Bklynman

        The new 55+ plan are not as good as the 1st one which I have. I will not give it up.

        • Zo

          Fax

        • Bklynman

          Fax?

        • Zo

          Yeah facts

    • KMB877

      May I suggest you to look over Ultramobile’s plans? It’s a T-mobile MVNO, so you can bring your device, will work. They have nice roaming plans, international calls & SMS included. Way cheaper vs. T-mobile prepaid.

  • Acdc1a

    Based on what AT&T and Verizon have just done T-Mobile will have to react. This proves they will.

  • 5G plans?

  • This contains an error, you do NOT have the ability to toggle data maximizer.