T-Mobile Intros @Work All-In Bundle For Business Customers

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The holiday season is quickly approaching which means that great deals will be hitting all kinds of markets. The wireless carrier industry isn't immune to the holiday sales fever and T-Mobile has now announced an attractive deal for business customers. More specifically, the third largest carrier in the country just debuted their so-called '@Work All-In Bundle' which is aimed at small businesses. For $160 per month, the company is promising to deliver five T-Mobile ONE lines and five LG Stylo 2 Plus phones free of charge – after agreeing to a two-year contract. In other words, you'll pay $32 per line, and T-Mobile will sweeten the deal by giving you five mid-range smartphones priced at approximately $240 each, or $1,200 in total. For the uninitiated, the T-Mobile ONE plan includes unlimited calls, text messages, and data. With that said, the carrier states that all plans — this one included — may be susceptible to certain data caps due to data prioritization if they use more than 28GB of data per month. More specifically, video streams are likely to be limited to 480p in that scenario.

The third largest US carrier also pointed out that this plan doesn't include any overage charges. The said bundle is available to all new and existing T-Mobile business customers as of today. Given how this is a limited-time offer where the announcement specifically mentions the holiday season, the presumption is that this bundle will only be available until early 2017 at the latest. Unfortunately, the bundle itself isn't flexible so you can't activate four, six, or nine T-Mobile ONE lines, but you have to agree to exactly five instead. Still, this seems like a solid for all small businesses looking to switch to another plan. If you happen to own one of those, you can either call T-Mobile telesales or simply visit any T-Mobile store in order to sign up for the @Work All-In Bundle.

With this business-centered deal out of the bag, this is likely to be only the beginning of T-Mobile's Holiday season antics. This time last year, there was quite a few announcements coming from T-Mobile including a video where John Legere baked holiday cookies and made fun of T-Mobile's competitors.

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