T-Mobile has just launched its all new “Simple Starter Plan” that intends to deliver a zero-risk, no annual contract plan for those who are extremely careful about where every single hard earned penny of theirs go to. This will further extend T-Mobile’s Un-carrier consumer revolution across a slew of new fronts, where the all-new Simple Starter value plan was specially designed in order to have it deliver an alternative to the data overage-intensive entry-level plans that other US mobile carriers offer. This new plan would mean T-Mobile happens to be the sole major U.S. carrier that will offer a single line of 4G LTE data for a mere $40 monthly.
Kicking off in a few days’ time this April 12th, the Simple Starter plan at a mere $40 per month will be able to offer unlimited talk and text and up to 500MB 4G LTE data and tethering. The whole idea behind the Simple Starter plan is to target value-conscious wireless customers and small businesses who require the predictability of T-Mobile’s network without breaking the bank, and there will also be no data overages to worry about, too. It does seem as though the consumer is going to be the biggest winner in the long run with all of this competition going on among mobile carriers. [Press Release]
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