T-Mobile logoT-Mobile has announced the addition of a new plan to its Monthly4G lineup. In addition to the previous non-contract offerings, the carrier now  offers a new $60 per month plan that gives you unlimited talk, text and Web, with the first 2GB of data at up to 4G speeds (HSPA+ in this case). The carrier is also offering three new Pay by the Day plans:

$3/day for unlimited talk, text and web with the first 200MB of data at up to 4G speeds

$2/day for unlimited talk, text and web at 2G speeds

$1/day for unlimited text and 10 cents per minute for talk

And in case you’re wondering – when you’ve used up your 4G quota, the speed of data transfer will be reduced. While some of you might be complaining about how unfair it is for them to cap your data rates: at least you still get unlimited data without being overcharged right? These plans sure seem like good options for folks who don’t stream too much content online, but then again – if you didn’t stream a lot of content I doubt you’d really need 4G speeds in the first place. What do you think of T-Mobile’s new 4G plans?

[Press Release]

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