T-Mobile’s Prepaid Data Plans Sneak Out
Our European readers are already accustomed to having data available on a prepaid basis, and although not competitively priced for the European counterparts, T-Mobile is getting ready to roll-out prepaid data plans.
According to engadget, T-Mobile is going to offer the prepaid data in tiers. A cool $10 gets you 100MB of data or a weeks’ access, whichever comes first, $30 gets you 300MB or a a month’s worth of access, while $50 nets you 1GB or 30 days. As you can see from the pricing sheet here, they are not exactly the greatest deals, but definitely a step in the right direction for those of us that do not want to be bothered by a contract. Personally, I think this is the best option for travelers who need broadband on the go for a temporary time, and for those that plan on using it regularly, a post-pay is best. Just my opinion, what do you think?
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