Pricing details of T-Mobile’s new plans

By: t-marco October 21st, 2009

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T-Mobile is cooking something called project dark or black and, that includes, besides getting new phones with monthly payments, new unlimited plans. EVEN MORE and EVEN MORE PLUS plans are coming soon. What is the difference. We will explain you now with more details.

The EVEN MORE plans ( in Blue) will be applied for existence and new customers who sign up for 2 years contract. The EVEN MORE PLUS plans,  ( in magenta), will be for FLEXPAY plans, no contract has to be sing.  Weird!! why a loyal customer who sing up for 2 years have to pay more?

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FlexPay costumers will pay $79.99 all-you-can-eat (voice, text and web), $69.99 with 1,000 voice minutes, or $49.99 with unlimited voice and no data. while with 2 years contract, $99.99 for unlimited everything  or $59.99 for unlimited voice alone.

This is totally unfair.. Hope T-Mobile will make a good choice with this prices.

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Via Engadget

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12 Responses to “Pricing details of T-Mobile’s new plans”

  1. JIM MCCONN on October 22nd, 2009 12:11 am


    FRAUD……………………….

  2. Alvin B. on October 22nd, 2009 1:13 am


    Actually…. not fraud and not unfair. Currently people view the no-contract Flexpay as a "lesser" account. This changes everything about that. The *better* account is the no-contract one. That's the one you want to be on. Yes, you pay full price for the handset, but in turn, you get a lower monthly rate and aren't locked into the service. If you want a lower overall cost for the handset, you have to pay it off in 4 payments and agree to the subsidized rate plan, which in essence, has you paying off the handset discount over the 2 years of the contract by having a higher priced plan. So basically, you're better off both ways taking the Even More Plus and no contract – that's why it is the PLUS and contracted plan isn't.

    This is contrary to the way cell phone plans have been marketed previously, but it makes sense when you think about it. Why require someone to have a contract if they have a separate agreement to finance their phone? Why hide the cost of the phone in higher monthly fees?

    This is even better from the viewpoint of the credit class A customer who only wants to talk on their basic handset. They get their Samsung whatever handset for cheap, and have a monthly rate that isn't inflated to pay off subsidy costs. It is also good for people who don't want to ride the upgrade cycle. The higher monthly rate is as high as it is because of subsidized phones. But what about if you don't upgrade after your 2 years are up, or you bought your phone on eBay? Why should you have to pay the inflated rate that's designed to cover a subsidized phone? Now you don't. You pay a lower rate on Even More Plus, as there's no subsidy for the handset, and there's no contract, since the carrier isn't out the COST of the subsidy. If you DO want a handset, you have a clear price to pay that isn't hidden inside the rate plan, but instead is made in 20 installments separate from your rate plan.

  3. T-Marco on October 22nd, 2009 1:17 am


    i can see one good thing here. at least you dont have to pay 6 dollars extra to get unlimited t-mobile to t-mobile calls.. that is a plus.. but i still dont want to pay more and sing 2 years contract .

  4. mike on October 22nd, 2009 1:59 am


    the get more plus isnt for flexpay but is for customers who choose not to sign a contract. t-mobile gives you a discount on your phone if you sign a contract or they give you a lower rate for the fact that they do not have to discount your phone. but not only that…they will let you pay it off in 20 payments!! take a g1 for example on an unlimited everything plan…
    $130 right now and 100 a month on an even more plan…excluding taxes thats $2530 over two years….or you can choose not to sign a contract and pay $400 for the phone (split up into twenty $20 payments) and you are paying $80/month for the unlimited everything plan…still the$100/month that you were paying before but only for 20 months with a grand total of $2320…thats a $310 savings over 2 years and you dont have a contract and you can leave/purchase a new phone at any time.

    sounds like a great deal to me….

  5. mike on October 22nd, 2009 2:01 am


    oops…thats supposed to be $210 not $310

  6. david Munoz on October 22nd, 2009 2:35 am


    Yea, I still think its bull shit. Im not going to beat around the bush. I've been a pretty loyal customer of T-Mobile because we for some reason think that this company is going to get even better sometime soon. Its been how long since we've all been saying this? I think I'll cut my loses now and save some more money with a company thats just as good and just as cheap. Its not all that hard to find in Chicago.

  7. T-Marco on October 22nd, 2009 2:52 am


    i will wait until an official word from t-mo…. hope they will consider the loyalty on its costumers

  8. c jones on October 22nd, 2009 4:52 pm


    They don't tell you about the hidden fees that comes with it… BE CAREFUL

  9. T-Marco on October 22nd, 2009 5:46 pm


    then new plan for existing customers with unlimited voice and text is 70 bucks… what about the loyalty plans that t-mobile released few months ago.. 49.99 for unlimited voice, but if you add unlimited text on it?.. what u get 65.00 dollars… so, what are those new plans?… just crap..

  10. dumer on October 23rd, 2009 2:40 am


    I believe you compared the wrong plan I thought u were showing about the different between the Even more and Even more plus because $ 100 against 80. The Even more plus doesn't save that much money the G1 people only save $ 80 with a phone that is over one year old on the market. it's good but not that great

  11. michael key on November 2nd, 2009 2:59 pm


    and another thing they want to charge a 35 dollar migration fee and myfaves no longer will exsist so everyone would have to get the higher rate plan ive been with them for 6 years and thinkin about jumpin to another company

  12. Enormous on December 3rd, 2012 4:26 pm


    The EVEN MORE plans ( in Blue) will be applied for existence and new customers who sign up for 2 years contract. The EVEN MORE PLUS plans, ( in magenta), will be for FLEXPAY plans, no contract has to be sing. Weird!! why a loyal customer who sing up for 2 years have to pay more?

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