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The Un-Carrier Strikes Again

By Kevin / January 9, 2017

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T-Mobile continues to shake up the wireless industry and gain market share. And this time it strikes again by giving customers what they really want - more data and lower prices.

That's right. The self-described "Un-Carrier" ​strikes again with its new "All In” T-Mobile One plan.

The new T-Mobile One plan will replace the Simple Choice plans. And probably cause the other wireless carriers to update their plans as well.

(Editor's Note: While writing this article, Verizon announced that they will scrap all 2-year service contract plans. Everyone must now enter into an equipment installment plan when buying a new phone.)

Introducing T-Mobile One

The idea behind T-Mobile One is to end hidden fees (including taxes), simplify plan offerings, and provide customers more data.

With T-Mobile One, you are "all in" because you get unlimited data. With fairly straightforward pricing. The cost will be $70 per month for a single line, with each additional line coming in for less money. In fact, four lines will only cost $160 per month.

And that price includes all taxes and fees!

Pretty simple and easy.​

For current Simple Choice customers, you will be able to keep your plan if you signed up prior to January 6, 2017. Otherwise, you automatically will be switched over to T-Mobile One on January 22nd.​

The only downside is that for new single line users who do not consume a lot of data, there will no longer be an entry plan of $50/month.

To off-set this cost difference, T-Mobile will offer a "KickBack". For each month that you use less than 2GB, you will will receive $10 back in the form of a bill credit.

T-Mobile vs VZW, AT&T and Sprint

T-Mobile became the self-described Un-Carrier by offering more customer friendly pricing and service than their competitors. Plus, it has put a lot of money upgrading its network.

And those investments really paid off this year, as it has won market share from Verizon and AT&T.

We are sure the competition will be responding soon. Which means we will probably need to update all our wireless reviews and pricing comparisons.

Go "All In" With T-Mobile One

Now is your chance to simplify you plan, get rid of hidden taxes and fees, and so good-bye to data overages. Now is the time to switch to T-Mobile.

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