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10 responses to “T-Mobile Debuts Even More and Even More Plus Service Plans (Updated)”

  1. tmobilerep

    with the no contract, you have up to 20 payments, not just 4!

  2. Bill

    Exactly where on the T-Mobile web site does it in fact state additional lines are $35; thank you.

  3. thom

    on the plus plan. add a lines are $5 on 750 and 1500 and $30 on unlimited. As far as data the $25 smartphone addon is only for the talk and talk/text plans. The talk/text/web plans covers any phone

  4. dowen

    Garbage plans and a garbage network. No thanks.

  5. Benjamin A

    Does this mean My Favs is dead?

  6. thom

    yeah no more new my faves

  7. Don Louie

    Them cutting my Faves is dumb and can somebody clarify the cost of a 3 line 1500 plan w/text and data on all with 2 smartphones and one dumb?

  8. DaveB

    There is no way you can even for a moment think that these ‘Even More’ prices are all that good. $79 for unlimited talk, text & data? I pay only $45! I use the Straight Talk unlimited plan available at Wal-Mart. It uses the Verizon network, so it’s not as if its just a regional carrier or something like that. True national coverage on the best network at a much reduced price.
    I think the ‘even more’ stands for even more money for the same old network.

  9. Don Louie

    Straight Talk and any other pre pay has limited phone options though. Another item about it is you only have access to native coverage and the map in the ads doesn’t equal that.

  10. Cindy C

    Updating to the even more plus plans sounds like a pretty good deal. However, if you have any add-on such as the $9.99 unlimited family text or others that are only compatible with the grandfather plans, they’re going to remove those from your account or give you the updated price.