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T-Mobile to offer $50 unlimited plan, more?

updated 04:45 pm EST, Wed February 18, 2009

T-Mobile unlimited plans

Wireless provider T-Mobile is reportedly planning to offer a number of plans to its existing loyal customers starting on Wednesday, says a Tuesday HowardForums post based on leaked company documents. The $50-per-month Single Line Unlimited Anytime Minutes plan reportedly includes unlimited anytime minutes across the USA with long-distance, voicemail, three-way calling and caller ID services. Those same customers who add a line and port a number to T-Mobile will also receive a $135 credit.

Next up, the FamilyTalk Unlimited Anytime Plan is due to cost nearly $90 before tax, and would include the same features as above for two phone numbers. An additional line costs $40 per month. Data bundles or text messaging packs are not included in the plans, but can be added at T-Mobile's current rates. An unlimited voice, data and messaging plan is priced at $85 for a single line. A similar plan for BlackBerry users will cost the same.

The unlimited plans will purportedly be offered to new and current T-Mobile customers from across the US beginning on March 1st. The deals will not be advertised, with T-Mobile offering them exclusively to eligible customers via text, e-mail or phone calls. [via CellPhoneSignal]










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