T-Mobile is at it again with a great new promotion for those looking to save on their monthly cell phone bill.  T-Mobile now is offering their Family Plan up to 4 lines for only $100 a month.  Yes, for you math geniuses, that is only $25/per month per line.  Now, you can really only get a cheaper plan on Republic Wireless, but this is going to be the next best thing.  I just wanted to share this with you as I know a lot of my readers like to save money on their cell phone bills.  I do to and that is why I review so many services.  Anyway, here is the gist of the offer.

T-Mobile’s Simple Choice Family Plan Promotion

4 Lines Plan
$100 per month
Plus taxes, fees and monthly device payment

Line 1 / $50 per month

  • Unlimited talk, text & data while on our network
  • Up to 1 GB of 4G LTE data (Speeds reduced after 1 GB)
  • Unlimited data & text in 120+ countries & destinations

Line 2 / $30 per month

  • Unlimited talk, text & data while on our network
  • Up to 1 GB of 4G LTE data (Speeds reduced after 1 GB)
  • Unlimited data & text in 120+ countries & destinations

Line 3 / $10 per month

  • Unlimited talk, text & data while on our network
  • Up to 1 GB of 4G LTE data (Speeds reduced after 1 GB)
  • Unlimited data & text in 120+ countries & destinations

Line 4 / $10 per month

  • Unlimited talk, text & data while on our network
  • Up to 1 GB of 4G LTE data (Speeds reduced after 1 GB)
  • Unlimited data & text in 120+ countries & destinations

You are probably reading this and going, what kind of promo is this?  T-Mobile has increased their 4G LTE data allotment. You now get 2.5GB of high-speed data per line per month.  That is 10GB per month for the plan.  This promotion is good until January 2016, so why not jump on board and save some cash.

T-Mobile even decided to show you how much you can save per year compared to the bigger carriers.  Here is what it looks like…

T-Mobile Savings Comparison

 

[lightbox full=”https://www.debtroundup.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/t-mobile-vs-verizon.png” title=”T-Mobile Versus Verizon”]Here is how the cost breaks down compared to Verizon[/lightbox]

Anyway, if you are looking for a new cell phone service provider, take some time to checkout T-Mobile. I had a good experience with them when I was on Walmart Family Mobile, but had to move away after I moved to an area that didn’t have the best service.

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  1. Avatar Kassandra says:

    We use T-Mobile and their Simple Choice unlimited talk and text plan. It’s great for those like myself who travel internationally because in over 120 countries you have unlimited text and data access for no additional charge and calls are $0.20/minutes which is fairly cheap.

    1. Thank you for the feedback on T-Mobile Kassandra. That is good to hear about how they handle international calls. I had heard it before, but glad to see it is true.

    1. It is nice you own the phone outright. It really provides great flexibility.

  2. It would be nice if they had service everywhere though. We are kind of stuck with our cell phone company sense they are the only ones they can reach out in the middle of nowhere where my mom lives 🙁

    1. I think that can be true with everyone. Who is your provider? There are typically lower cost solutions like PagePlus running on Verizon and Cricket Wireless on AT&T.

  3. the only thing i don’t like about this sort of deal is that they “throttle” your speed after 1GB. I use slightly more than that each month (even though I’m usually on wireless), and once I hit that throttled speed I would be endlessly annoyed as there’s a HUGE difference between 4G and the speeds below it.

    1. They do throttle your speed, just like everyone else unfortunately. This offer does throttle after 2.5GB of 4G LTE data. Once you get throttled, you go down to 2G, which is barely usable. If you need more data, you have to pay for it. The information I put in here is the real plan, but the promotion is for 2.5GB of data per line instead of 1GB.

  4. I don’t know if this would beat my legacy grandfathered family plan with with unlimited everything no throttle for $120 with taxes for 5 lines plus 5gb hotspot or unlimited with root & tether app? ?

    1. With what company? Because I need to switch this company.