Dec 21 AT 1:13 PM Evan Selleck 0 Comments

T-Mobile One Plus plan now offers two options

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Earlier this year, T-Mobile officially unveiled its One plan, which offered a variety of different perks and features under one plan’s roof. And now the Un-carrier is back to shake things up.

T-Mobile has officially announced that the T-Mobile One Plus plan has been divided into two different options. The first keeps the name One Plus but reduces its price by $10. That means it’s now $15 per line per month, but customers will get access to free unlimited Gogo in-flight Wi-Fi for the entirety of their flight, international data speeds up to 256kbps, unlimited HD Day Passes, Name ID, and voicemail to text.

The second plan will now be known as T-Mobile One Plus International. This specific add-on is available to subscribers for $25 per line per month, and it adds Stateside International Talk to the mix as well as unlimited 4G LTE mobile hotspot. It also includes all of the aforementioned One Plus plan perks.

With Stateside International Talk, subscribers can call landlines in 70 different countries across the globe for no additional cost, and call mobile phones in over 30 countries. It also includes unlimited texting to “virtually anywhere” and discounted call rates in more than 200 countries.

Does the new T-Mobile One Plus International plan option catch your eye?

Source: T-Mobile Newsroom

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