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T-Mobile enhances FamilyTime plans, adds promo myFaves plan and unlimited M2M on individual plans

T-Mobile customers will be happy to learn of some changes the company is rolling out some positive new plan changes. Nothing too crazy, but we’d be hard-pressed to find someone who would turn away free minutes or features. Let’s have a look:

Individual Plans

  • We’re adding unlimited mobile to mobile on all single line plans at $49.99 and higher, at no additional cost.

Family Plans

  • New promotional myFaves plan for $89.99 that includes 1800 minutes, unlimited nights and weekends, unlimited mobile to mobile and my Faves.
  • Adding 500 additional minutes to the $99.99 and $129.99 FamilyTime Plans at no extra cost.
  • For the $119.99 and $149.99 myFaves for families plans, we are adding 500 minutes, and we are lowering their prices by $10.

It’s not all sunshine and rainbows however, as there are a few changes T-Mobilers might not be so excited about. The Family Allowances introductory period is now over and the service will run new users $4.99 per month as opposed to $2 (we knew that was coming though so it’s hard to complain). Also, it looks like data plans have been shuffled around for some accounts as we’ve seen two reports of the $20 internet option disappearing in favor of the newer $25 unlimited web + 400 messages option. We can confirm the $20 add on is still available on several types of accounts however, so don’t worry just yet. In the end, the positives certainly outweigh the negatives so good show, T-Mo.

[Via TmoNews]


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