After both AT & T and Verizon cut their prepaid unlimited data rates, T-Mobile is beating the competition with discounts on prepaid unlimited data plans. For a limited time, customers can sign up for a $ 50 monthly prepaid plan with unlimited talk, text, and 4G LTE data.
T-Mobile's plans are priced significantly lower than Verizon's $ 65 prepaid plan. Including mobile hotspots, T-Mobile's plan limits mobile tethering to 3G speed and limits video streaming to 480p. While Verizon's plan offers unlimited conversations and text messages in the US, Mexico and Canada and offers unlimited text messages in more than 200 countries, this plan is for home use only.
AT & T currently offers a $ 20 discount on unlimited plans if you activate a new prepaid service line and set up automatic payments on December 26th and January 10th stores. This proposal is generally suitable for costly planning of $ 65 and $ 85, while the latter provides 1080p video streaming and 10GB mobile hotspot data.
Postpaid unlimited data plans are gaining popularity among major US carriers since 2017, and carriers are now cutting pricing on prepaid unlimited rates to stay competitive.
T-Mobile is best to start this deal soon after the proposal is over.