New rate plans seem to be coming to T-Mobile on May 22

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New T-Mobile plans coming May 22

There’s been rumors of T-Mobile changing up it’s plans for a little while now, and it looks like May 22 may be the day the changes are finally happening. It looks like both Individual and Family Plans will be changed next week, with Even More Plus seemingly being dropped by the carrier.

According to TMoNews, the Individual Plan will have three tiers fro voice: 500, 100 and Unlimited. There’ll also be for tiers for data plans: 200MB, 2GB, 5GB and 10GB. With the new plans, the cheapest Individual Plan will cost $39.99 for 500 minutes, $49.99 with unlimited messaging added, and $59.99 with the minimum 200MB data plan. That plan will top out at $109.99, with 10G. of data while. The highest priced plan with Unlimited talk and text with 10GB of data will top out at $10 more for $119.99. If you’re an individual with need for more than 500 minutes you can go for the 1000 minute plan for $49.99. But, that the only option, if you want messages with that, you have to go up to the $59.99 Unlimited talk and text plan.

The Family Plans, on the other hand, will have tiers of 1000, 2000 and Unlimited for voice. The same tiers for data will apply. The Family Plan starts at 1000 minutes and nothing else for $59.99, adding texting brings that up to $79.99 a month. If you want to add just 200MB of data, it’s $99.99, with the lower-tier voice plan topping out at $199.99 with 10GB of data each month. To add a line it’s $10 for shared minutes or 500 minutes, or $30 with unlimited minutes. You’ll also be able to play anywhere from $10 to $60 depending on how much data those other phones need.

The leaked documents point out that the plans are generally cheaper that similar plans on other carriers. The numbers are close to that of Sprint, with the same price usually getting at east a few more minutes per month. Overall they seem like good changes, even if Even More Plus will be gone.

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