T-Mobile’s $50 Monthly4G plan increased to 500 MB

T-Mobile Monthly4G

T-Mobile just won’t stop increasing their per-dollar value, and that’s okay with me. Set to launch on January 28th, T-Mobile’s $50 Monthly4G rate plan will increase its data allotment from a meager 100 MB to much more useful 500 MB. This change will happen automatically for anyone currently subscribing to that option, and there is no interaction required. Your first billing cycle after January 28th will allow you up to 500 MB of high-speed data before 2G throttling occurs.

Just recently, T-Mobile also improved its $70 Monthly4G plan to be truly unlimited, and with the improvement in the lower tier, T-Mobile is certainly making their Monthly4G plan more valuable and desirable. They’re closing in on some of the competition with their own MVNOs, and a healthy competition is certainly beneficial to customers.

via TmoNews.

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I’m just one guy on the internet who’s come about this knowledge of prepaid phone plans from various sources and become empassioned enough about it that I feel like it should be shared with everyone in one easy to find place. It is my goal to provide you with the information and the tools you need to make an informed decision in the easiest way possible. IF you find my information helpful and you make the switch to a prepaid phone plan, I do have referral links which throw a monetary kickback in my direction if you sign up, and I’d appreciate if you use them – but if you don’t, that’s fine too. My goal is education, not monetization. There are no lies, no marketing spin, no abstractions of the truth, and no fine print to be found here.
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