One of the largest telecom operators in the USA, T-Mobile will start its new plan starting this Wednesday. The plan will be just $15 a month, with additional taxes extra. This plan will make T-Mobile the cheapest of all in the entire USA.
Although the plan was announced in the month of November last year. This was done was that after merging with Sprint, T-Mobile users can have seamless access to their 5G network, without much of a hassle. After the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, T-Mobile shifted its decision to launch the plan right now. Because, at this time of the year, there will be a certain necessity for cheap internet and call networks.
The perks of the $15 plan include unlimited calling with unlimited text messages and 2GB of data every month. Additionally, there is another plan which includes 5GB of monthly data. Moreover, you get Annual Data Upgrade perk as well. This means you will receive 500MB of extra monthly data with every incremental year. This will continue for 5 years since the day of the plan started. For example, in 2020, you will get 2GB of data every month, next year, you will get 2.5GB data every month. And this goes on for 5 straight years.
Other things to note in this T-Mobile plan.
Do note, this plan will not differentiate from 5G. Using this plan will let you use the 5G network of T-Mobile. However, the date given every month will vanish before you start even noticing. So better stick to the 4G network. Also, for 5G you need a 5G compatible mobile phone.
What if you managed to finish 2/5GB data within a day ( just like me 🤷♂️)? Well, in the domestic network, the telecom provider will throttle you down after the consumption of monthly data.
The plan will be available for purchase starting March 25.
Source: Android Authority
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