It's an unconfirmed rumor at this point (what rumor isn't I suppose), but should it come to fruition, T-Mobile may be extending their newly created "loyalty plan" to other customers in the near future. Mobile Burn spoke with an individual who, like many of us, would like to see the price of our wireless bills go down. Though they weren't qualified for the loyalty offering, they decided to inquire about alternative pricing options. Upon calling in to T-Mobile customer service, he individual was told that as of April 1st, obtaining the plan would become much easier.
As it is crafted currently, the Unlimited Loyalty Plan requires that existing T-Mobile customers have been in good standing for at least 22 months, and from what the caller was told, other factors play a role (we're thinking the user's average revenue). The representative did admit that lower cost options such as Boost Mobile and MetroPCS have been taking a toll on their customer base, but stressed that the $49.99 loyalty plan, should it become open to everyone, most likely won't include text messaging. Obviously, this came from a customer service representative, so nothing is set in stone by any means. Hopefully it will come to fruition and is more than a half-hearted attempt at an early April Fool's joke.