In mid-July of this year, T-Mobile launched a limited-time promotion that saw subscribers net 10GB of high-speed LTE data per month for up to four lines, all for $120 per month. That final price tag was available because the magenta carrier made the fourth line free, which it says saw people “flock” over to the Un-carrier, opting for the new plan.
It was such a hit, T-Mobile has decided to bring it back. The carrier announced today, October 14, that the promotion has returned, and as usual, it will be available only for a limited time. As far as the details go, it’s the same promotion that the carrier launched earlier this year. That means a subscriber can buy two lines with 10GB of high-speed data access per month, which will cost $100 per month. Each additional line — which also comes with its own access to 10GB of high-speed data per month — costs $20 more per month, but T-Mobile is making the fourth line on the account free, which means the running total for four lines is only $120. Get four for the price of three.
T-Mobile put a handy chart together as well, comparing its own new plan to that of Sprint’s, Verizon’s, and AT&T’s. While Sprint offers the same amount of lines with 40GB of shared data for the lines at $120 per month, T-Mobile also notes that Sprint has overages, while they do not. AT&T’s 40GB of data with 4 lines, according to the chart, costs $360 per month, while Verizon is $380.
If you missed switching over to T-Mobile to sign up for this plan, do you intend to this time?