November is the perfect month to do some deal hunting, so T-Mobile is looking to contribute to the vast array of promotions paving the path to the holidays. This time the magenta carrier wants to get cozy with business users, so it has unleashed the new @Work All-In bundle.

Users jumping onboard with T-Mobile during the promo, will be getting their hands on five devices and five T-Mobile ONE lines for just $160/month. The phones in question are five LG Stylo 2 Plus and they come free of charge with a two-year contract. This means customers will end up paying $32/month for a line and save up to $1,200 in total (one LG Stylo 2 Plus is priced at around $240).

lg-stylo-2-plus-phabletFor those unfamiliar with the ONE plan, we’ll remind you it’s a pretty controversial plan by T-Mobile. In theory users get unlimited LTE data, talk and text as well as free roaming in Mexico and Canada for $70 (for one line). However there are a few catches. The plan comes with unlimited tethering – at max 3G speeds (according to T-Mobile’s page). If users want LTE tethering they will need to pay more.

But wait there’s more. Video streaming is limited to 480p resolution. If you want to watch your favorite videos and movies at 1080p or 4K it will cost you an additional amount of money.

Also take into consideration that the ONE plan is not really “unlimited”. Those who download over 28GB per month, may experience throttling.

T-Mobile.svgAs you can see the ONE plan has a few disadvantages, but with the latest @Work All-In bundle, T-Mobile hopes to make it more attractive in the eyes of business users.

If you have forgotten what the LG Stylo 2 Plus brings to the table, let us remind you real quick. The device arrives with a 5.7-inch HD TFT display and a Snapdragon 430 processor onboard. There’s 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage (expandable via microSD to 2TB) and a 13MP/5MP camera combo.

The phone runs Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow out of the box and comes with a stylus so you can scribble your ideas real quick.

Anyway if the @Work All-In bundle sounds good to you, you can visit one of T-Mobile brick and mortar stores and get sign-up or contact the carrier directly. The deal is available starting November 14.

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