Despite the fear that rung in our hearts that T-Mobile pricing would soon shoot up as a result of AT&T's acquisition plans, that doesn't seem to be the case---at least not yet. T-Mobile just confirmed two new unlimited plans that continue the carrier's competitive pricing tradition. The plans called "Even More" and "Even More Plus" offer unlimited voice calling, unlimited messaging, and unlimited data.
However, there is a catch, in that the plans aren't truly unlimited. There is a cap on usage of up to 2GB per month. If you go over your usage allotment for the month, they will throttle your bandwidth, which is nonetheless better than paying for overage fees.
The Even More plan is $79.99 per month and requires a two-year contract and according to the company, saves customers more than $350 per year compared with an unlimited smartphone plan from AT&T, Verizon, or Sprint. The Even More Plus plan is $59.99 per month with no annual contract required and is geared towards the month-to-month prepaid customers.
Additionally, you can purchase any smartphone from T-Mobile's lineup such as the T-Mobile Sidekick 4G and pick up an unlimited plan for it. The plans are available for only a limited time and start tomorrow.
[via Unwired View]