T-Mobile on Monday kicked off the week with a revision to its recently introduced ONE rate plan.

As a result of the feedback (read as: criticism) of its all-inclusive option, T-Mobile has made an adjustment to its mobile hotspot data speeds. Now, instead of capping at 128Kbps, T-Mobile will let users access share data at 512Kbps.

Additionally, T-Mobile will offer HD day passes for $3 per day. Instead of watching your video streams at 480p, you can watch services at 1080p, 2k, and even 4K resolution. Previously, customers could only purchase an HD add-on package in a one-month bundle.

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Today also sees T-Mobile rolling out a One Plus plan that offers unlimited mobile hotspot and unlimited HD day passes. Priced at $25, the option defaults to the standard resolution for streaming video but can be toggled to HD at any time. What’s more, the Plus option doubles international data speeds to 256Kbps.

Previously expected to launch on September 6, T-Mobile’s One plans will now debut five days earlier. Look for things to kick of on September 1.

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