• T-Mobile/Walmart: $30/month: 100 min, unl texts, 5GB data!

    New T-Mobile.com/Walmart plan to compete directly with Virgin Mobile's $35 plan:

    http://www.tmonews.com/2011/10/t-mob...-october-16th/


    Who thinks this plan will take customers away from T-Mobile postpaid plans?
    This article was originally published in forum thread: $30/month: 100 min, unl texts, 5GB data! started by jet1000 View original post
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    1. primetechv2's Avatar
      primetechv2 -
      What's that, T-Mobile? You don't have to force customers into contracts to subsidize the prices of their phones?Sounds like a giant leap forward for Deutche Telekomm kind. (sic.)
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