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T-Mobile and Sprint Launch Unlimited Data Plans in Time for iPhone 7 Release

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9to5 Mac reports that following on from AT&T’s announcement of its newly upgraded mobile plans yesterday, T-Mobile and Sprint have now revealed their new “unlimited” plans.

T-Mobile appears to have had the most radical overhaul of its plans, removing all of them in favour of just one, the aptly named T-Mobile One.
“It’s 100% unlimited and comes with unlimited talk and text and unlimited 4G LTE smartphone data—including unlimited standard definition video—all on America’s fastest 4G LTE network” said T-Mobile of the new plan. “And, it’s available at a great price: just $40 per line for a family of four.”

There are, of course, various exceptions to the plan, including a fee of $25 extra per month if you want to watch HD video rather than standard-definition video.

As far as Sprint’s newly unveiled plan is concerned, it costs $60 per month, and also restricts music and gaming as well as video to “optimized” rates.

All of Sprint’s, AT&T’s, and T-Mobile’s plans have unlimited talk-time and texts.

Source: All change with mobile plans: after AT&T upgrades, T-Mobile & Sprint go ‘unlimited’
 

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It seems like T-Mobile and Sprint are not really offering truly unlimited data after all, with T-Mobile charging an extra fee to stream HD video and Sprint forcing videos to stream in SD and setting less than optimal rates for music streaming and online gaming.
 

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It seems like T-Mobile and Sprint are not really offering truly unlimited data after all, with T-Mobile charging an extra fee to stream HD video and Sprint forcing videos to stream in SD and setting less than optimal rates for music streaming and online gaming.

You have to pay $25 to stream HD which pretty much comes to what I have now with the previous $95 unlimited except I have tethering at higher speeds than currently peeps have to pay for higher


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