Mobile Essentials plan goes back to basics

T-Mobile Essentials: new unlimited data plan

T-Mobile Introduces New “Essentials” Plan, Starting at $60

T-Mobile's move to a tiered pricing structure for its unlimited options follows similar moves by the rest of the nation's wireless operators. Theyve got Above Unlimited, Unlimited Plus, Beyond Unlimited, Unlimited and More…Unlimited and More Premium?! Customers on the Essentials plan will also be the first to be throttled when T-Mobile's network is experiencing congestion, so it's probably not a great buy for users who need a guaranteeably fast connection. Most unlimited plans allow you at least 22GB of data before being throttled, while T-Mobile and Sprint hit the brakes at 50GB. By comparison, T-Mobile ONE is $40 per line per month, but comes with additional features. But things have gotten decidedly more complex since T-Mobile announced that it would offer only a single unlimited plan to its customers.

One line of T-Mobile Essentials costs $60/month, $30/month for the second line, and $15/month for lines 3-6. The other guys make it sooo confusing! The Un-carrier wants to make it easy. Wireless companies (including T-Mobile, which was contacted for this article) don't provide any guidance on average taxes, given the vast difference in how the taxes and fees are calculated and applied in different states. During times and places with heavy network demand, Essentials customers may notice slower speeds than other customers. If you add ONE Plus “for the whole family”, you can have it for the previous rate of $10 per month per line.

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T-Mobile Essentials will be available beginning August 10th.

T-Mobile ONE Plus is an update to ONE and it adds HD streaming, 10 GB of LTE mobile hotspot data, 4G/LTE data when used internationally, unlimited in-flight Wi-Fi on flights with Gogo Internet access, voicemail to text functionality, and Name ID for calls from unknown numbers. Now you have to decide if you want all the extra stuff and whether you want to pay for it or not. Customers arent really going to save money with this plan when ONE costs a few bucks more with all the perks included. If you don't choose autopay, the prices are $5 more expensive per line per month. Is T-Mobile still the UnCarrier?

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