Thanks to a leaked screenshot discovered by TmoNews, we now know that T-Mobile has plans to launch a pay-per-day prepaid plan, which is expected to be launched on the 16th of October. These plans look like pretty affordable, especially if you’re a little tight on cash that particular month.

Based on the screenshot, users will be able to choose 3 plans – $3/day, $2/day and $1/day, with the difference being that each plan will offer a different feature. The $3/day plan will offer unlimited text, talk and web, while the $2/day offers unlimited text, talk and 2G (EDGE) web. The $1/day will offer just unlimited texting with $0.10 call rates per minute.

The screenshot has also outed a $60/month unlimited every plan, which we’re guessing means  unlimited talk, text and data, although the caveat seems to point at the first 2GB of data being at HSPA+ speeds, but no word if they will cap it to 3G or EDGE should you cross the limit.

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