Black Friday, the biggest shopping day of the year in the United States, is this Friday, which means deals are coming in fast. T-Mobile may have one of the best deals all year, as it is giving all customers three months of free unlimited data.
Yes, all existing customers by the end of November 23rd (today) will be getting unlimited 4G LTE data from December 1st, 2015 until March 1st, 2016. No prices will be increases and the data will stay in your account until either the expiration date, if you change your data plan, or if you deactivate Binge On, whichever comes last.
This deal applies to all Simple Choice customers, so even if you’re on one of T-Mobile’s original 2013 plans, such as the long-gone 500 MB plans, you will get unlimited data. Though if you’re on one of those, you might want to consider upgrading to the new 2 GB plan after the bonus is over.
To get this plan, you don’t have to do anything. T-Mobile will automatically add it to your account for free on December 1st. As long as you were a T-Mobile Simple Choice customer before today (the 23rd), you’ll get it. Are any of you T-Mobile customers and glad about this?
In a move that’s likely to counter the deals offered by their competitors, T-Mobile is once again launching new deals for families on data plans. They’re even discounting the truly unlimited data plans.
First, T-Mobile is bringing back a familiar promotion. During the past summer of 2014, T-Mobile ran an offer for a family of four to get 10 GB of data for $100 per month. This deal is back, and it’s exactly the same.
If you choose this plan, each person gets 2.5 GB of LTE data before their speed is slowed. When 2016 starts, the non-throttling data limit is lowered to 1 GB. But for $100 per month (before device installment fees and various taxes), it’s a good deal.
Of course, if you want more data, this new deal is a much better option. For just $100 per month for two lines, families will have unlimited everything. This includes data, which will not be throttled. If you want additional lines, it’s $40 per line. So for a family of four, it would be a base of $180 before installment plans and taxes.
This plan, unlike the 10 GB deal, will never have the data amount per user lowered. Once you sign up for this plan, it will be permanent unless you decide to change it. So for families who want unlimited data, this is by far your best option.
Both deals are only offered for a limited time, so if you want either plan getting to a T-Mobile store or using their website would be wise. They still pay your ETF as well, so switching will be easy. What do you think of T-Mobile’s deal offers?
Source: T-Mobile via Android Central