T-Mobile Announces New Lower Cost 'T-Mobile Essentials' Plan

T-Mobile Announces New Lower Cost 'T-Mobile Essentials' Plan

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T-Mobile has announced the launch of a new lower cost 'T-Mobile Essentials' plan for customers who just want the basics.

T-Mobile Essentials is designed for those who say they just want the basics: unlimited talk, text and smartphone data in the U.S. – all at the industry’s best price, only $30 per line for a family of four with autopay.

T-Mobile Essentials will be available in T-Mobile stores nationwide starting August 10 and starts at $60 for a single line, $30 for the second line and $15 per line for lines 3-6, plus taxes and fees with autopay. Without autopay, it’s $5 more per line. During congestion, Essentials customers may notice speeds lower than other customers and further reduction if using >50GB/month. Video typically streams on smartphone/tablet at DVD quality (480p). Tethering at max 3G speeds.

“The other guys got one thing right – some customers just want the basics, but the Carriers did it all wrong,” said John Legere, CEO at T-Mobile. “They seem to be doing everything they can to turn rate plans into a hot, confusing mess. They’ve got Above Unlimited, Unlimited Plus, Beyond Unlimited, Unlimited and More…Unlimited and More Premium?! No wonder nearly half of Verizon and AT&T customers are still stuck on data bucket plans with overage penalties. The other guys make it sooo confusing! The Un-carrier wants to make it easy. Give customers the options they want … but keep it simple, stupid!”

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T-Mobile Announces New Lower Cost 'T-Mobile Essentials' Plan

1reader - August 6, 2018 at 5:53pm
Not bad! Let’s see att and Verizon’s answer... They should be around 30$/line with all inclusive anywhere and not after the 2nd or 4th line.
stevenlacross - August 6, 2018 at 6:19pm
What do you mean not bad? It’s throttled like hell, not a good deal, cricket is better with better coverage too
1reader - August 6, 2018 at 6:43pm
Meaning price it’s going down, which we (consumers) appreciate. Ps. In many other countries cell bill is much lower.
nocci - August 6, 2018 at 6:52pm
That's all cricket has going for them compared to loads of things T-mobile has offered customers for years.