There are two unlimited prepaid plans for T-Mobile. One plan is truly an unlimited plan while the other one is a type of an unlimited prepaid hybrid.
For $50 you can purchase unlimited talk time, text message and pictures/video messaging. There’s no need to pay another dime after spending your $50.
If you don’t want to spend $50 a month, you can purchase the $15 option. With the $15 prepaid plan you get unlimited text messaging, picture and video messaging but you must pay $.10 a minute on all domestic calls.
The $15 a month plan sounds like the perfect solution for anyone who has a teenager. Teenagers spend more time texting, video messaging and picture messaging more than talking. Why pay $50 a month when $15 a month would satisfy their requirements.
All T-Mobile Phones
As mentioned in the earlier post, all T-Mobile prepaid plans come with nationwide long distance, no roaming, voicemail, caller ID, call waiting and three-way calling. If you’re not one who wants to count pennies and calculate available air time, the T-Mobile Unlimited plan is the way to go.
Limited Time Offer: If you hurry and activate your T-Mobile phone prior to 9/28/10, you get a $10 discount for the first three months. It’s a limited time offer so hopefully you’re reading this prior to September 28th (here’s some of the fine print).