T-Mobile Officially Announces Unlimited Data and Texting Worldwide at No Extra Charge

T-Mobile Officially Announces Unlimited Data and Texting Worldwide at No Extra Charge

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T-Mobile has officially announced that it will deliver unlimited global data at no extra charge in 100+ countries.

Starting Oct. 31, Simple Choice individual and business customers automatically get unlimited data (at up to 2G speeds) and texting in more than 100 Simple Global countries worldwide, and they will only pay a global flat rate of 20 cents per minute for voice calls when roaming in the same countries. Eligible customers on T-Mobile’s popular Simple Choice plan won’t have to activate anything or pay an extra monthly fee.

And, for customers in the U.S., the company announced its new Stateside International Talk & Text feature for discounted calling and texting from the U.S. to all Simple Global countries. Customers never pay more than 20 cents a minute to any number in any Simple Global country, including mobile to mobile. Calls to landlines in more than 70 of these countries are unlimited and included at no extra cost. Unlimited texting is also included to all countries. Stateside International Talk & Text is available to most Simple Choice customers for just $10 a month.

T-Mobile has also announced that its latest-generation 4G LTE network is now nationwide, reaching more than 200 million people in 233 metros across the United States. The company claims that its 4G LTE nationwide network delivers faster speeds than the 4G LTE networks of Verizon and Sprint and that it beats AT&T in 10 out of the top 20 metropolitan areas.

Finally, the company has announced a multiyear partnership agreement with Shakira that includes the creation of unique content, fan engagement and exclusive access to her new music.

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T-Mobile Officially Announces Unlimited Data and Texting Worldwide at No Extra Charge

Owen Densmore - October 11, 2013 at 2:57am
So how about world wide calls .. via international roaming? Every time I land in europe I'm met with "which carrier" would you like to join? If Tmo could make it unnecessary to get a new SIM every time I land outside this tiny island of the US, I'd switch in a minute!
El Compa - October 10, 2013 at 3:22pm
The hell are they fixing shit outside of the United States for? How about fix your damn towers here in the states first, tmobile. You've gotten very shitty over the last few years. Thinking about switching.
Suhail - October 10, 2013 at 6:34am
They are copying Zain. Zain introduced "1 network" in early 2000 where prepaid and postpaid customers could make calls, send SMS at no extra charge from several countries (where Zain had a presence).
MUKAI - October 10, 2013 at 3:14pm
STFU who even heard of that corny company
YaMe - October 10, 2013 at 4:01am
Yeah, they only cleverly "forgot" to mention that it's only "at up to 2G speeds", losers
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