1. Almeuit's Avatar
    07-12-2018 12:14 PM
  2. krazyatom's Avatar
    Oh no I just got their Kickstarter $15 plan but $22 unlimited plus is even better for $7 more.
    07-12-2018 12:50 PM
  3. Rukbat's Avatar
    Krazyatom, "Unlimited Plus and Unlimited Basic are available to existing customers" Just go into a store and ask them to change it for you - as of July 13.

    This is why "the cellphone industry" is also known as "Monkey See, Monkey Do". Your company does something and it works, I'll do it too. No one subsidizes phones any more, we don't get 400 minutes of talk/50 texts for $70/month - every carrier copies every other successful move. If they don't, one company comes out with something good and the others all lose customers. (It drives dealers mad - when you open the door in the morning and there are 5 customers waiting who want the new plan - that you haven't even read about yet. The carriers don't always notify the independents in advance.)

    Of course, for people like me, who need only 1 line, these unlimited data plans are still pretty expensive. I'd be paying $70/month for 2 lines even though I only use one.
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    07-12-2018 03:13 PM
  4. stackberry369's Avatar
    Krazyatom, "Unlimited Plus and Unlimited Basic are available to existing customers" Just go into a store and ask them to change it for you - as of July 13.

    This is why "the cellphone industry" is also known as "Monkey See, Monkey Do". Your company does something and it works, I'll do it too. No one subsidizes phones any more, we don't get 400 minutes of talk/50 texts for $70/month - every carrier copies every other successful move. If they don't, one company comes out with something good and the others all lose customers. (It drives dealers mad - when you open the door in the morning and there are 5 customers waiting who want the new plan - that you haven't even read about yet. The carriers don't always notify the independents in advance.)

    Of course, for people like me, who need only 1 line, these unlimited data plans are still pretty expensive. I'd be paying $70/month for 2 lines even though I only use one.
    Get them to activate it after your CURRENT billing cycle to avoid a prorated bill
    07-14-2018 01:37 AM
  5. stackberry369's Avatar
    Krazyatom, "Unlimited Plus and Unlimited Basic are available to existing customers" Just go into a store and ask them to change it for you - as of July 13.

    This is why "the cellphone industry" is also known as "Monkey See, Monkey Do". Your company does something and it works, I'll do it too. No one subsidizes phones any more, we don't get 400 minutes of talk/50 texts for $70/month - every carrier copies every other successful move. If they don't, one company comes out with something good and the others all lose customers. (It drives dealers mad - when you open the door in the morning and there are 5 customers waiting who want the new plan - that you haven't even read about yet. The carriers don't always notify the independents in advance.)

    Of course, for people like me, who need only 1 line, these unlimited data plans are still pretty expensive. I'd be paying $70/month for 2 lines even though I only use one.
    With Hulu and Tidal bundled in the plan a 15 GB Hotspot is a good deal IMHO
    07-14-2018 01:39 AM
  6. Almeuit's Avatar
    I'd agree but for my area no.. simply due to lack of data speeds.
    With Hulu and Tidal bundled in the plan a 15 GB Hotspot is a good deal IMHO
    07-14-2018 03:42 AM
  7. stackberry369's Avatar
    I'd agree but for my area no.. simply due to lack of data speeds.
    The unlimited plus plan is a mirror image of the Tmobile One plan lol, compare them.
    07-14-2018 11:38 PM
  8. Almeuit's Avatar
    The unlimited plus plan is a mirror image of the Tmobile One plan lol, compare them.
    Not surprised. They all mirror each other in some form or fashion.
    07-15-2018 12:05 AM
  9. stackberry369's Avatar
    Not surprised. They all mirror each other in some form or fashion.
    However, sprint may be brought by tmobile
    07-15-2018 02:47 AM
  10. Almeuit's Avatar
    However, sprint may be brought by tmobile
    Possibly. Either way my point still stands. They all copy each other.
    07-15-2018 02:49 AM

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