Well done T-Mobile. I never use all of my monthly data, but that works for me. I have a brother who might switch carriers for this.:D It seems likely that the other big players will have to offer something at least as attractive to not lose their customer base. Hopefully that's the case.
Yup at&t and verizon made a big mistake. Theres alot of turnover customers wanting that unkimited date coz now adys its all about social media instant messaging youtube and everything is done on the net not only that picture messaging and skyping. And if u have a data cap and you combine sharing of data feature youll go over and have a horrible experience. Good job tmoblie.
I have been a Tmous subscriber now for almost a year and a half. I have had no problems I even switched the wife over and got my mom to switch over the two lines she has to t-mobile now as well. Of course me being the knowledgeably individual in the house IT wise I watch my data very closely. I got us in under the old data plans though so were "grandfathered" on the $10 data plan the funny thing is no one ever goes over and if they due there throttled for usually 2-3 days. Either way I pay for 2 smart phones both with data unlimited texting etc and it is like 104 a month and some change. The added plus and the reason I went with Tmous to begin with is totally free wifi calling included as no one that I have tried (Verizon, Sprint, and my brother has At&t) has service at my address but they all do 50 yards from my house (we are on a dead network corner its kind of weird especially where we are at) there is 4G service from all 4!
I would switch to Tmobile if indeed there's an iPhone 5 in their future. Hell it may behoove me to buy the iPhone unlocked and drop AT&T for Tmobile. I would have liked to stay with AT&T but I don't want to be forced to jailbreak in order to tether and use FaceTime, which will probably be necessary.
I switched from AT&T to T-Mobile quite some time ago, and will never go back. Although I have no need to switch over to the new Unlimited, as I don't even come close to the current thresholds, I like seeing that it's available should that need arise.
The big difference between the new Unlimited plan and the current Unlimited* option is that the Unlimited* plans allow users to share their phones Internet connection with other devices. That's a knock against the new service, but unlike some of the restrictions AT&T and Verizon have imposed, it's a fair one. Laptops and desktops can be enormous data hogs, and a handful of users with exorbitant usage really could hurt the company's ability to deliver good service to other customers in the same geographical area. So no tethering if you go unlimited either via wire/WiFi/Bluetooth? I'll stick with my quota/cap.
So no tethering if you go unlimited either via wire/WiFi/Bluetooth? I'll stick with my quota/cap.
Really? Yeah of course because they offer a great offer.[:)]
Hope this doesnt; have some secret clause