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T-Mobile introduces new prepaid plans

We’ve been waiting a few weeks for this one, and today we got it. T-Mobile has announced the expected two new prepaid plans, though one has an unexpected twist. First, as we expected, the $50 plan will include unlimited voice and messaging, including email. The other plan, which features a $15 monthly fee, will offer minutes at 10 cents each. On top of that, though, SMS and MMS will be included with the $15 fee. This means T-Mobile’s basic prepaid plan blows those from AT&T and Verizon out of the water. That’s only 50 cents per day, and it includes unlimited messaging. Verizon’s unlimited messaging add-on is $20 by itself.

The plans are available now on T-Mobile’s website.

One Response

  1. Lisa Says

    I am currently on Net10 prepaid and it rocks because there is no contracts. When I bought my phone I got 300 minutes free and 2 months service, when I need to top up I just buy 150 minutes for $15 and that is enough for me.

    Posted on May 24th, 2010 at 10:21 am

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