As expected, Even More (or Project Dark, or whatever you want to call it) has gone live today. T-Mobile pulled the trigger and launched Even More and Even More Plus, both of which offer unlimited Tmo to Tmo calls and unlimited nights/weekends.
Since there’s been a little confusion regarding the terms, here’s the breakout:
Even More is the option for people who don’t mind signing a 2-year contract to get a standard handset discount. The plans, however, cost slightly more per month than the Plus plans. For individuals, fees go for $60 up to $100 per month, depending on if you want unlimited calling alone or add-ons like text and data. Less expensive options feature 1,000 minutes (for $50) and 500 minutes (for $40) for unlimited calling alone.
Even More Plus doesn’t require a contract at all (which means you’ll pay full price for the phone — but you can take advantage of no-interest phone payment plans). This option also offers a slightly reduced monthly cost. For individuals, unlimited calling plans are priced at $50–$80, depending on your text and data needs. The less expensive options here feature 1,000 minutes (for $40–$70) or 500 minutes (for $30–$60), again depending on text and data.
For more info, check out T-mobile’s site, which is updated with the plan offers.
So it looks like Tmo’s making a push toward an unconventional pricing scheme. Are you biting?