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Mark Peters : February 14th 2017 - 09:13 CET

T-Mobile ONE network advantage with unlimited data

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T-MobileT-Mobile ONE beats Verizon’s unlimited offer : After OpenSignal declares network parity & Verizon caves-in on unlimited data, Un-carrier puts Verizon on notice, includes HD video and 10GB high-speed Mobile Hotspot with T-Mobile ONE. The results are in, and the facts are clear. Verizon’s lost their network advantage and had to cave-in on unlimited data. And, because this was all so predictably “carrier” of them, the Un-carrier was ready. Days after OpenSignal ranked T-Mobile and Verizon neck and neck on speed and LTE availability, Verizon began pitching its own unlimited plan today, reversing course on all their previous rhetoric about unlimited data.
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T-Mobile ONE upgrades available today
And today, T-Mobile announced the addition of HD video and 10GB high-speed Mobile Hotspot data to T-Mobile ONE - all at no extra charge - and all with monthly taxes and fees included. Right on top of that, the Un-carrier introduced a new offer of two lines on T-Mobile ONE for just $100. These upgrades are available starting this Friday, February 17, at no extra charge for customers on T-Mobile ONE. Customers can simply activate their new features in the T-Mobile app. Customers will get HD quality video streaming and up to 10GB of high-speed Mobile Hotspot data per month, so they can ‘tether’ a laptop or other device to access the Internet. And, after the included 10GB of high-speed data, customers still get unlimited 3G data through the end of the month.

Limited-time deal

Limited-time deal to celebrate T-Mobile’s wins in the OpenSignal report
The Un-carrier today also announced a killer new deal for T-Mobile ONE with two lines. Also starting this Friday, February 17, new and existing T-Mobile customers can now get two lines of T-Mobile ONE with monthly taxes and fees included for just $100 per month. T-Mobile is kicking off this screaming, limited-time deal to celebrate T-Mobile’s wins in the OpenSignal report - the most extensive test of LTE network speed and coverage based on 4.6 BILLION actual user experiences. That study found the Un-carrier’s LTE network is just as fast as Verizon’s and with nearly equal coverage, and T-Mobile customers get an LTE signal about as often as Verizon customers. That fact underscores the expansive breadth of T-Mobile’s LTE coverage, which now reaches 313 million people and covers more than 99% as many people as Verizon.


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OpenSignal isn’t alone in recognizing T-Mobile’s network gains. T-Mobile’s 4G LTE network is also recognized as America’s fastest according to independent third-party data from 'Speedtest', the FCC and Twin Prime. Like OpenSignal, those tests are also based on tens of millions of real-time, crowd-sourced tests by millions of real customers, not paid consultants, using their own devices where they live, work and play. T-Mobile ONE with monthly taxes and fees included is just $40 a line for a family of four with autopay (and yes, you can use a credit card! And, no, that’s not an “introductory price” like Verizon’s). That also includes unlimited talk, text and high-speed data on the nation’s fastest LTE network in the US, Canada and Mexico, as well as free data roaming in 140+ countries and destinations. Don’t forget, with T-Mobile Kickback, you get PAID BACK up to $10 per line when you use less data. And only T-Mobile offers the Un-contract pricing guarantee, so ONLY you have the power to change the price you pay.

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