T-Mobile's New Promo Plans Are Official, Announces "America's Only Unlimited 4G LTE" Plan

Earlier we reported about some possible promotions T-Mobile would be running on plans as well as other deals on smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy S5, and potentially a free cell spot for those who activate new lines all starting tomorrow according to TMO News and their source. Although we have no idea if the deal on the S5 will be an offer nor do we know anything official about the cell spot yet, when it comes to the promotional plans we mentioned which includes the return of T-Mobile's popular 4 for $100 promotional deal as well as a 2 for $100 promotional deal which would give customers two lines on the same plan for $100 a month and completely unlimited everything, those are now official as T-Mobile has just recently made the announcement, with what T-Mobile is calling the "America's Only Unlimited 4G LTE" plan.

This is already good news, but T-Mobile isn't just giving us unlimited everything for two lines, they're expanding the savings to everyone on the whole family by offering the same set of features to additional users up to a total of 10, and they're offering multi-line discounts to sweeten the deal. Additional users on the plan past the original 2 will now only be $40 per line, which could end up fairly expensive if you had a full roster of 10 people on the plan, but when compared to the exact same services on competing carriers, you begin to see the difference and the savings. If you wanted the same thing from Sprint, it would cost you a maximum of $320 a month, while Verizon is set at $360, and AT&T is actually less than Sprint at $280, although neither Verizon or AT&T actually offer unlimited data on their More Everything or More Shared data plans.

The plans will start tomorrow just as we stated they might in our earlier post, but something new we didn't know at the time is that there is no planned expiration date for these plans so if consumers sign up for it, as long as they keep everyone that's on the plan at unlimited everything they'll be allowed to keep the promotional pricing, even after the promo offers end. If you use a lot of data, we would consider giving this promotion plan a look. If you aren't already a T-Mobile customer would this promo get you to switch?

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