More Data to T-Mobile Simple Choice Plans

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T-Mobile has just announced us that it is ready to come with some changes to its Simple Choice plans and there is no reason to be worried about. We are actually talking about more data for its subscribers, as well as well as free international texting to everyone on March 23. T-Mobile promises that its new plans are great for everybody that currently uses the carrier or who wants to give it a try, without paying any extra money. Just as CMO Mike Sievert says: “Every single one of our millions of Simple Choice customers will wake up with more value without lifting a finger” and we are sure that no one isn’t going to complain about having more data; quite the contrary, we are curious to find out the new numbers.

New T-Mobile Simple Choice Plans

The new plans increase the LTE data starting with the basic $50, giving us 1GB of LTE data instead of those previous 300MB, along with 1GB of tethering. We know that for some of you this 1GB of data might not seem a whole lot, but it is enough for many users and we appreciate T-Mobile’s efforts to improve its Simple Choice Plans.

More Data to T-Mobile Simple Choice Plans

More Data to T-Mobile Simple Choice Plans

When it comes to the $60 monthly plan that offers us 2.5GB of LTE data and 2.5GB of tethering, it will give us 3GB after March 23. As for all those T-Mobile subscribers who have unlimited data plans, things are changing too, but not necessarily in the way that you might be expecting. Their $70 per month plans won’t get them unlimited data anymore, but 5GB of LTE data, along with T-Mobile’s announcement to increase their tethering data caps to 5GB.

Finally, the new $80 per month plan is the one that gives unlimited LTE data and 5GB of tethering data to all its subscribers, so it is all up to you to decide which plan suits you the best.

So, what do you have to say about these new Simple Choice Plans changes? Are they affecting you in any way? Has T-Mobile convinced you to change you current carrier and give them a try? Don’t hesitate to share your thoughts with us.

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Loredana has graduated Communication and Public Relations and works as a copywriter for over three years. She uses technology every day ( just as anyone else having her age ), but somehow things turned into something more than that. She just loves to discover more about what’s new and interesting, so why not combining that with her passion for writing? Here, on Android Flagship she contributes articles regarding the best choices that you could take when it comes to the latest Android releases and not only and she promises to keep you updated.