If you’re not a fan of being tied down to a contract, T-Mobile has announced their new no annual contract mobile broadband service pass. This will allow users who might not stay in the country for a long time access to 4G mobile broadband without having to sign a two-year contract. The prices start off at $15 where users will be able to access 300MB for a week. Adding an additional $10 will provide users with 1.5GB for a month’s pass, while $35 will offer 3.5GB and $50 will give users 50GB to use for a month’s duration. So if you’re planning on making a trip to the states and you’d like 4G mobile broadband capabilities, this new service will launch on the 20th of May (Sunday). Head on over to the press release for more info.
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