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T-Mobile may have new $40, 2GB data plan Thursday

updated 11:30 am EDT, Tue April 26, 2011

200MB plan to drop overage penalty

According to a source, T-Mobile may be adding a new 2GB mobile broadband plan. If confirmed, the new plan would cost $40 per month, and would be discounted to $32 per month when added to an existing voice contract. In addition, the source says T-Mobile plans to drop overage charges for the current $30/200MB plan and will instead throttle speeds when that limit is reached. Both changes are reportedly set to take effect Thursday, April 28.

Earlier this year, T-Mobile had unveiled a similar plan dubbed Even More Plus. That plan was quietly dropped that plan from the company's website earlier this month. For a $60 monthly charge, Even More Plus would have offered unlimited talk and text plus 2GB of data at full speed. Data transfer above the 2GB threshold would have been throttled.

by MacNN Staff



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