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Don’t Switch for Cheaper Plans

Don’t Switch for Cheaper Plans

If you’re looking for the lowest plan prices, don’t switch to T-Mobile. The company’s low rates attracted a lot of attention early on, but they’re not always cheaper than rivals today.

T-Mobile One plans, which include unlimited talk, text and data, cost a single subscriber $70 a month. That’s with a $5 a month discount per line. Adding unlimited video streaming, 10GB of hotspot data, faster data while traveling and unlimited in-flight Wi-Fi costs another $10. That’s a total of $80. That makes a single line with all the extras just as expensive on T-Mobile as it is on Verizon.

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Sprint has a cheaper unlimited plan than T-Mobile does. The carrier’s Unlimited plan includes unlimited talk, text, data, HD video streaming and 10GB of hotspot data. Subscribers pay $60 a month per line, and a current promotion discounts the price to $50 a month until July 2018.

AT&T Unlimited Plus customers pay $90 after auto-pay and billing discounts to get the same features as Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon customers do. HBO streaming comes with this plan.

Read: How to Save Money on T-Mobile Phones, Plans & Other Fees

Family plans aren't cheaper for T-Mobile subscribers either. T-Mobile One Plus for a family of four costs $200 because every line needs the add-on. Four lines with these features cost Verizon subscribers $180 with auto-pay and billing discounts. A family of four pays Sprint $90 in service charges until a carrier-wide promotion ends on July 1st, 2018. Sprint subscribers pay $120 after the promotion ends. This price includes an Auto-Pay discount.

T-Mobile isn’t even the cheapest option for wearables and tablet plans. AT&T subscribers can add a tablet to their plan for $20 a month and a smartwatch for $10 a month. That’s the same price as T-Mobile. An unlimited tablet plan costs $15 a month for 12 months and $25 after the promotional period ends on Sprint. That price includes an auto-pay discount.

None of these prices include hardware. Customers must sign up for a payment plan that splits the total cost of their device into monthly payments. All four networks let you add an unlocked device to a postpaid account and skip buying a new phone.



  1. RafaelM

    08/02/2017 at 8:35 am

    T-Mobile in Connecticut works amazing. I was with AT&T but it has gotten really ridiculous with its pricing. T-Mobile is pretty awesome and definitely has changed a lot since the last time I had them back in the early 2000’s. I travel a lot to Canada and this is a deal breaker for me with T-Mobile its free and I can be in any plan not like att where you have to be on the unlimited plan. Yes T-mobile service is spotty up in Vermont but it doesn’t matter because ATT and T-Mobile have an agreement in those areas :)

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