Walls have had ears for a long time now, and the latest news on the grapevine would be having T-Mobile’s prepaid data plans leak out. Check out this employee training sheet that details the upcoming Passes plans, where you will notice that every single one of T-Mobile’s mobile broadband products are eligible. The plans themselves aren’t exactly up to snuff though, where $10 nets you 100MB of data or a weeks’ access, whichever comes first, while $30 will garner 300MB or a a month’s worth of access. For those who are heavier users, $50 brings home 1GB or 30 days. It doesn’t seem too competitive when compared to T-Mobile’s standard monthly $39 data plan with a 5GB cap. Guess going prepaid will target those who use data only for selected moments monthly and do not want to be tied down to a contract for too long, those who need it everyday are better off with a monthly plan.RELATED
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