T-Mobile Prepaid Offering 10GB Plan for $50/Month

T-Mobile is now bringing a pretty incredible promotion over to their prepaid accounts. New customers can now run to their local T-Mobile store and sign up for this 10GB plan which nets you unlimited talk and text with 10GB of high-speed data and then it's throttled after that (so it is technically unlimited), all for just $50/month. That's a pretty great deal, to be honest. In fact, it's the same price as their 5GB plan on the Prepaid side of things. So if you are on the 5GB plan, it's definitely worth it to upgrade to the 10GB plan, seeing as the price is the same, and you get double the data.

For those that are on the existing 10GB plan, you'll also want to switch on over, seeing as you'll be saving $10/month, and who doesn't like saving a bit of cash. It's great seeing T-Mobile bringing some promotions to their prepaid business, especially since they have bene offering plenty on the postpaid side, and of course Cricket, Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile are doing what they can to up the competition in the prepaid space lately. Remember, with prepaid options, your taxes and fees are included in that price. So $50/month is the price you'll be paying every month, and not slightly higher due to some other taxes and fees. One of the major perks to having prepaid service.

T-Mobile's prepaid service hasn't gotten a whole lot of attention as of late, this is partially due to the fact that they have been focusing on postpaid as well as MetroPCS, which is their flagship prepaid brand. So it's nice to see them give them a bit of attention. T-Mobile Prepaid doesn't have all of the features of the Simple Choice or T-Mobile ONE plans, but it does have a few, like Binge On and Music Freedom. So you can get even more out of your data plan each month. Those that are interested in this plan, hit the link below to learn more. Unfortunately you do have to head to your local T-Mobile store to actually sign up for it.

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