Last week, leaked documents uncovered T-Mobile’s new contract-free mobile phone service called GoSmart Mobile. As previously reported, GoSmart Mobile’s plans start at $30 a month for unlimited talk and text, and can go up to $45 a month for unlimited talk, text and unlimited web.
There is some fine print to be aware of those. The $45 plan’s unlimited data option includes 5GB of data at 3G speeds. If you go over that allocation, your data speeds will be reduced to 2G for the rest of the monthly cycle. There’s also a $35 monthly plan that offers the same thing, but data speeds are slower than the $45 plan.
GoSmart Mobile customers are required to purchase a GoSmart SIM Kit for $8 in order for their phone to work on the network. Any phone that’s unlocked and accepts full-size SIM cards is compatible. The only phone GoSmart Mobile sells is the Alcatel OT 838 for $69. It’s a basic feature phone with a dedicated Facebook button.
GoSmart Mobile’s network coverage is pretty much identical to T-Mobile USA’s.
Source [GoSmart Mobile]