T-Mobile Launches new Simply Prepaid Plans

By | 28th January 2016


For those of you looking to go the no contract route, it looks like some new options for prepaid phone plans have just arrived courtesy of  T-Mobile. Introducing the new and revamped Simply Prepaid Plans.

There is a grand total of 5 different options to choose, ranging in cost from $25-$60. The baseline $25 plan is pretty barebones, netting you unlimited talk and text but absolutely no data. In order to access the web you are gonna have to settle for WI-FI networks. The step up above that plan, coming in at $30, is pretty different from anything I am used to seeing. You get unlimited web access, with 5GB at 4G speeds, unlimited text, but only 100 minutes of talk. Just a heads up for those of you interested in this plan, that unlimited web access is only for surfing the web, you are going to need WI-FI for all your other data needs.

Above these plans are the three that merely build upon prior offerings. The $40, $50, and $60 plans will all net you unlimited talk and text, with 3GB, 5GB, and 10GB respectively. The same priced older versions of these plans used to get you about half the data for the same exact price. These new plans also come with Music Unlimited (aka Music Freedom), Data Maximizer (aka the controversial binge on), and Smartphone Equality which guarantees that, if you make 12 straight on time phone payments, you will receive the best up front phone pricing afterwards.

If international calling is a must, depending on the countries you need to call, there are three different options to supplement the plans above. These add-ons range from $5 for unlimited calling to and from the United States, up to $15 for unlimited calling to mobile phones in 30+ countries.

These new plans seem to be a pretty good deal. They aren’t exactly groundbreaking, but they are giving you double the data for the exact same price as the old plans. If you are interested in any of these you can hit the source link below to sign up via T-Mobile’s website.

Source: T-Mobile

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