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T-Mobile to launch prepaid data plans

According to a training document leaked to Engadget, T-Mobile will soon unveil a set of prepaid broadband plans that can be used in connection with netbooks, tablets, and USB modems. These are what you’d expect to see from a major carrier offering prepaid broadband data. The plans come in three tiers: $10 for 100MB in 7 days, $30 for 300MB in 30 days, or $50 for 1GB in 30 days. The document doesn’t contain a launch date, at least that I can see, but it sounds like these will be announced soon enough. Unfortunately, the prepaid data plans do not provide access to T-Mobile’s Wi-Fi hotspots.

One Response

  1. Ike Denvers Says

    Tmobile’s new data friendly talk plans are a lot more exciting then these less then great broadband data offerings.
    I’m surprised their new $30/1500 minutes and /or text/30 meg, $50 unlimited talk/text/100 meg and $70 unlimited talk/text/2 gig data plan hasn’t been brought up. Those are a lot more groundbreaking then these mehdiocre data only plans.

    And no wifi access? Double meh.


    Posted on October 7th, 2010 at 10:46 am

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