Originally published: April 13, 2011
Last updated: April 28, 2011 - 1:00pm
T-Mobile introduced two new unlimited plans, though it will continue to throttle data use over 2 GB per month. The new Even More plan costs $79.99 a month and won't charge consumers overage fees for calling, texting and data usage. It requires a two-year contract. The Even More Plus plan, for the month-to-month crowd, will costs $59.99 and requires no annual contract. Even More Plus plans are not advertised on T-Mobile’s Web site, but customers can ask about them at T-Mobile retail locations. T-Mobile has said it will honor any plans made before the company’s proposed merger with AT&T. AT&T’s plans tend to be pricier than T-Mobile’s, so if you’re interested in one you might want to lock it in now.
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