It looks like T-Mobile will be joining AT&T and Verizon Wireless in offering pre-paid wireless data to its customers. Engadget has been sent in an image detailing exactly what Magenta’s data buckets will look like. Pre-paid data will be sold in 7-day and 30-day increments: a one-week, 100 MB pass will retail for $10; a one-month 300 MB pass will retail for $30; and a 1 GB monthly pass will cost $50. The pricing is in-line with both AT&T and Verizon Wireless, but, curiously, doesn’t give T-Mobile the price-point edge it usually touts over its competitors.
UPDATE: TMoNews is now reporting that T-Mobile will be revamping their pre-paid calling plans as well. The new plans will look like this:
- $70 Unlimited Talk & Text includes 2 GB of data
- $50 Unlimited Talk & Text includes 100 MB of data
- $30 1500 Talk & Text includes 30 MB of data (use any combination of minutes or messages up to 1500)
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