T-Mobile Expands Simple Global Coverage to Include All of Europe and South America

T-Mobile Expands Simple Global Coverage to Include All of Europe and South America

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T-Mobile has announced the addition of 20 new countries to its Simple Global coverage which now includes all of Europe and all of South America. Simple Global now gives Simple Choice postpaid unlimited data and texting at no extra cost and low flat-rate calls for just $0.20 a minute in a total of 145 countries and destinations worldwide.

The Un-carrier has steadily expanded the number of countries and destinations it covers, from 115 at launch in 2013 to 145 today. Now, Simple Global covers more than 90% of the trips Americans take abroad each year. The most notable addition in today’s list is the Bahamas, where over 2 million Americans travel each year, and now those travelers with T-Mobile won’t have to worry about expensive roaming charges or add-on plans.

T-Mobile Expands Simple Global Coverage to Include All of Europe and South America

“We’ve just made your traveling even easier in 20 more destinations around the world, expanding Simple Global to cover all of Europe and all of South America,” said John Legere, president and CEO of T-Mobile. “The carriers have made billions overcharging consumers who just want to stay connected overseas, and we’ve changed all that! Today, we made it even simpler to text, search or keep up on social media in a total of 145 countries and destinations, all at no extra cost!”

Check out the charge below to see how much Simple Global could save you when roaming.

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T-Mobile Expands Simple Global Coverage to Include All of Europe and South America
El Compa - September 29, 2015 at 4:49am
Can T-Mobile focus on getting coverage in the United States first? Why is it that I don't get signal in many places such as going across the country in car and random small towns west of Chicago? Service sucks. Those are places where we need it the most!
Hokiepark - September 18, 2015 at 4:22pm
What is the speed in Brazil? Could one get just a hotspot from tmobil and use that to push data to my verizon phone?
iProService - September 18, 2015 at 6:23am
I recently used this in Mexico and was able to use high speed data. Was really nice. However I believe high speed is limited to just North America still?
Lolwut - September 18, 2015 at 12:25pm
They have been proven fast countless times. Look at john's tweets.
Ren - September 17, 2015 at 11:03pm
Up next, another planet!
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