T-Mobile Plans $15 Plan After Merger with Sprint

By Jesse Sokolow on 8 November 2019
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IMG_5660Ahead of its not-quite-fully-approved merger with Sprint, T-Mobile teased its plans to offer a $15 per month plan with unlimited calls, texts, and 2 GB of 4G or 5G data.

Currently, the cheapest plan that the self-proclaimed “Uncarrier” offers costs $30 per line and that is with a discount for having four lines on an account.  The new T-Mobile Connect offering would be a prepaid plan.

T-Mobile said it plans to turn on its own nationwide 5G network on December 6.  This will bring 5G coverage to over 200 million Americans in more than 5,000 cities.

“We’re building a 5G network that will allow us to deliver future New T-Mobile moves that are going to be so massive we couldn’t WAIT to share the first few,” said company CEO John Legere.

In addition, T-Mobile announced Project 10 Million.  The company said it plans to offer students 10 million hotspots to students across the country that will provide up to 100GB of free mobile data per year.

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