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US Mobile (T-Mobile MVNO) launches new Verizon Unlimited Plan starting @ $35

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USMobile [usmobile.com] (T-Mobile MVNO) has added the Verizon network to their plans. There are 2 types of plans, regular monthly plans and pay-per-unit rates (i.e Ting and Tello)

They have also added unlimited (deprioritized) plans:
  • $35 a month for 100 mins/text and unlimited data capped at 1 Mbps
  • $45 a month for 100 mins/text and unlimited data capped at 5 Mbps
  • $65 a month for 100 mins/text and unlimited data up to 150 Mbps
  • $47 a month for unlimited data capped at 1 Mbps + Hotspot
  • $57 a month for unlimited data capped at 5 Mbps + Hotspot
  • $75 a month for unlimited data capped to 150 Mbps.+ Hotspot
The $35 plan could be a great option for those on the $30 5GB T-Mobile plan from Walmart.

There is also a $200 credit if you BYOD an iPhone X
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Created 10-30-2017 at 02:56 PM by DrRad
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Well, it is NOT unlimited when it has 100 min/text. Fix the heading to be "unlimited data".
A crap of a deal tbh
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Kinda surprised a member who's been here since 2007 with 1800 rep points make a post with frustrating title. GGGGRRRR.
Not really a good deal compared to other carriers, even if you are a single line user..
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The Xfinity mobile mvno seems to be a better deal at 12 dollars per gb or 45 unlimited with Verizon airwaves
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For what it's worth I've been using US Mobile's T-Mobile service for 3 years and have been really happy with their service. Their website is really simple and nice--it's easy to see your usage quickly, which a lot of carriers I've found don't seem to do. Cool to see more options from them, although yeah I agree 'unlimited' with just a handful of talk/text is kind of a bummer.
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Quote from gkumar
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The Xfinity mobile mvno seems to be a better deal at 12 dollars per gb or 45 unlimited with Verizon airwaves
Yeah, that's what I'm using, but this plan is a pretty good alternative to Tracfone, Tello, or Ting users that want more data and Verizon coverage.
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Unlimited data is always implied or if you took a few seconds to read the post. Confused
He means the minutes and texts aren't unlimited
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He means the minutes and texts aren't unlimited
It is unlimited minutes and texts, just not on the lowest tier plan.
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Post looks fine to me OP. Not that my one thumbs up will make a difference to avert your roasting....
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So... is the hotspot on the unlimited plans also unlimited? Not a terrible option if you need internet access @ 5mbps for $61/mo.
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(1 Mbps) * 30 days = 324 gigabytes
(5 Mbps) * 30 days = 1.62 terabytes
(150 Mbps) * 30 days = 48.6 terabytes

Absolutely no chance in hell will this be "unlimited" nor last in its currently sold form.
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Carriers still limit text and mins used?
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The Xfinity mobile mvno seems to be a better deal at 12 dollars per gb or 45 unlimited with Verizon airwaves
I'm curious about their plan. Any catch? Does it try to use wifi everywhere? The Xfinity hotspots near me are terrible.​
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They dunt have a BYOD plan yet. You have to purchase a device from them to use this service
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