T-Mobile Formally Unveils Pair of Monthly4G Plans with No Annual Contract

T-Mobile has formally announced a pair of no-contract rate plans for customers today with their new unlimited Monthly4G plans that go as low as $50 per month. The two plans, which went into effect on May 22nd, provide consumers with unlimited Talk, unlimited Text and unlimited Web. Of course “unlimited” web in this case means you 4G speeds only up to a certain point. And that point depends on how much you wanna spend each month.  Once you hit the wall, T-Mobile will throttle your data speeds.

  • For $50/month, customers get unlimited talk, unlimited text and unlimited web with the first 100 MB of data at up to 4G speeds.
  • For $70/month, customers get unlimited talk, unlimited text and unlimited web with the first 5 GB of data at up to 4G speeds.

Also keep in mind that these 4G speeds will depend on your handset and the market(s) in which you use the service. For more information, or a look at the coverage map, be sure to check out T-Mobile.com.

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8 Comments

  1. gramesy
    May 31, 15:52 Reply

    This is really interesting. So if you go over 100MB in a month they just throttle your data speed rather than charge you overage fees? I’m in home or work wifi range about 95% of the time, so this sounds great.

    • gramesy
      May 31, 16:00 Reply

      Hmm, they only show one crappy Nokia phone for this type of plan. No Android phones, even though it says they have them. Lame.

    • gramesy
      May 31, 16:00 Reply

      Hmm, they only show one crappy Nokia phone for this type of plan. No Android phones, even though it says they have them. Lame.

      • SG
        May 31, 17:14 Reply

        It’s no contract, just bring whatever phone you want. That’s the point!

  2. Ben Pike
    May 31, 15:57 Reply

    Keep in mind that there’s a $10/mo premium if you want BlackBerry BIS data access…

    Android & Windows Mobile don’t have that “tax”.

  3. Ben Pike
    May 31, 15:57 Reply

    Keep in mind that there’s a $10/mo premium if you want BlackBerry BIS data access…

    Android & Windows Mobile don’t have that “tax”.

  4. waliu
    August 08, 14:14 Reply

    Hi guys,
    on other networks, like simple mobile, you can have 3G speed, but for the iphone you get only EDGE-2G. Do you know if you get 4G with an iphone with this T-Mobile prepaid card?

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