T-Mobile on Thursday introduced a new set of option for customers looking for just the most basic of prepaid service. Dubbed “Simply Prepaid”, the trio of rate plans offer unlimited talk, text, and (2G) data. Prices range from $40-$60 per month and include at least a portion of data at 4G LTE (8Mbps) speeds.

Simply Prepaid:

  • $40 / month for unlimited data, talk and text + up to 1GB of 4G LTE
  • $50 / month for unlimited data, talk and text + up to 3GB of 4G LTE
  • $60 / month for unlimited data, talk and text + up to 5GB of 4G LTE

Should a customer end up going over the allotted bucket of data they will find speeds throttled to 128kbps, or 2G. These new plans do not include the Music Freedom, Data Stash, and other features; this is straightforward prepaid.

The new Simply Prepaid plans take effect on January 25 at retail stores, dealer locations, and at authorized retailers.

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  1. I am a post paid customer with T-Mobile. These prices are comparable to the post-paid with exception of the features. My biggest issue with T-Mobile’s Prepaid, and MVNOs using their network is the lack of call forwarding which is needed when using Google Voice for voicemail (or any alternate voicemail service). Hopefully they fix these with the new plans.

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