T-Mobile.com (T-Mobile Newsroom) is offering their T-Mobile One Unlimited Plan: 2-Lines for $100/month (taxes + fees included) w/ AutoPay. Thanks desimillionaire
Note, to receive this offer simply visit a T-Mobile Store, T-Mobile.com or call 1-866-437-9418 and switch to this promotional plan
T-Mobile One Unlimited Plan includes
- Unlimited Data
- Unlimited 2G Data (Rest of World)
- Unlimited Text (Rest of World)
- 1 Hour Data GoGO (Rest of World)
- Unlimited Calling/Texting
- Standard Definition Video Streaming
- 1-Line $70
- 2-Lines $100
- 4-Lines $160
- High Definition Video Streaming
- 10GB LTE Hotspot
Editor's Notes & Price Research
Plan includes unlimited talk, text, and high-speed data on the nation's fastest LTE network in the US, Canada, and Mexico, as well as free data roaming in 140+ countries. Don't forget, T-Mobile Kickback offers you $10 per line when you use less data. Limited time offer; qual'd plan req'd. Please refer to the forum thread or here for additional details - Discombobulated
Use that pre-paid card quickly if canceling lines, T-Mobile has been know to cancel pre-paid cards on closed lines (not that they have a legal right to, they have anyways).
The above is a complete load of crap.
You can use the Pre-paid card to buy a money order (with the pin)... USPS or even walmart, if doing it at walmart, swipe card than have them put in amount you are paying on that card... if your side shows processing, hit cancel and than debit. if the system goes straight to signature, something is being done wrong.
Max spend on card is amount of card up to 12 transactions or $1500 a day, so if you have a card for $1750, you will need to use the card over 2 days to use it up.
Tmo Press Release
*Update April 18 - As of 4/1, the following free add-ons have been removed and are no longer offered with this plan: 10GB LTE hotspot, HD video streaming or double (256k/sec instead of 128k/sec) international data roaming included. You also can't get the 20% employee referral discount anymore
(4/18) IMO, you should wait to switch to T-Mobile, as these four perks above made the plan great and they're now gone. Wait until the next round of promos is announced, hopefully in the next few weeks.
No more HD Passes
old faq showed you lose all free lines if changing to the all in plan. faq showed moving from 2 free lines to $130 for 4 lines ($30 discount) and $150 from 1 free line ($10 discount). the faq was removed Friday (or before Friday) and is available if cached somewhere on the internet, or someone can add it to the wiki (maybe).
if you switch to this new plan you will lose the 2 free lines you got last year around november, end of the story.
UPDATE: if you have the original t-mobile one plan you can now add the t-mobile one plus promo(10gb hotspot) in when you click to manage add-ons, not sure if is a glitch of the system or what but it did work for me, please note that i am posting this 02/22
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What if I need more than 2 lines?
This special 2 for $100 offer is just for 2 lines but we have great rates if you need more lines! You can get 3 lines of T-Mobile ONE with taxes and fees included for just $140 a month with AutoPay! And if you need 4 lines, you can get our best rate of $160 a month with taxes and fees included with AutoPay! Additional lines are $20 each up to 8 lines and $30 each for lines 9-12.
Noticed this was not in the Wiki so figured Id add it. I used this code when i called and it worked!
Free T-Mobile SIM card with new plan. Call 855-389-9733, mention promo code: 317SWAP.
If you got charged for the SIM Card at the store and can't get the rep to give if for free -
- call this # 1.800.937.8997 and plead your case
- the amount +tax will be credited back to your account
- it helps to get the account setup first so you can see the credit in your account - almost immediately
Does T-Mobile Autopay accept credit cards? Verizon threw in a curveball and excluded credit cards from their autopay, however nothing would prevent you paying off the bill with a credit card before autopay draws from the account
Yes, T-Mobile Autopay accepts credit cards
You can also get $10 back per paid line if that line uses less than 2 GB of data per month by signing up for kickback. Details here: