T-Mobile had introduced its 'Spring Break' promo last month that offered 2 lines with 6 GB of data each at just $80 per month. However, those wanting to sign up to that plan may now have just a few hours to do so, as an online report seems to indicate that the 'un-carrier' is all set to pull down the curtains on that promo by the end of today. However, even as T-Mobile is looking to end its promo offer from last month, the report states that the carrier will likely introduce "another unbeatable rate plan offer", so not all is lost for those looking to get the most bang for their buck by signing up for an inexpensive plan from T-Mobile.
While T-Mobile is yet to make its new promo official, the report seems to suggest that the carrier will discontinue its 'Match Your Data Mobile Internet' rate plan from May 25th. According to an image that's said to be of an internal T-Mobile document, the company plans to start notifying its customers about the impending end of the aforementioned plan from Wednesday, May 11th via SMS or e-mail. Subscribers of the plan will automatically be migrated to a mobile internet plan that brings 5 GB of LTE data for just $20. Those customers will also be eligible for a $10 bill discount per month if they already have a voice line on their account. Those without a voice line, meanwhile, will be moved to a $10 Mobile Internet plan that will bring 1 GB of LTE data, but such customers won't be eligible for any discount.
There's a lot happening at T-Mobile these days, with some reports indicating that the company is likely to launch a couple of mid-range smartphones from Samsung and LG on its network later this month. While the Samsung Galaxy J7 was unveiled earlier this year in China and launched recently in India, the LG K10 was introduced to the world media back in January this year at the CES 2016 trade show in Las Vegas, Nevada. Meanwhile, T-Mobile recently acquired the rights to put an ad on the right shoulder of American sprinter, Mr. Nick Symmonds. When the company's CEO, Mr. John Legere, asked his followers on Twitter what message they'd like T-Mobile to put on Mr. Symmonds' shoulder, popular opinion apparently suggested a profane reference to AT&T, although the un-carrier is unlikely to go down that route.