T-Mobile's got some serious plan revamp-age planned for March 13th, including new international callings plans and the end of FlexPay, and today we've got another change to add to the list. The people over at TmoNews just threw up the image you see above, which details a few new webConnect plans that'll be made available on the 13th of this month. There's a 200MB option that'll run you $29.99/month, a 5GB plan that'll cost $49.99/month, or a 10GB option for you heavy data users that'll run you $79.99/month. Users that sign up for the 200MB plan will be charged a $0.10 per MB overage, and anyone on the 200MB or 5GB options will see their data speeds throttled at the 5GB mark, while anyone on the 10GB plan will get throttled one they hit that 10GB limit. Finally, anyone that signs up for one of these broadband plans and pairs it with a qualifying voice plan will get 20 percent knocked off the cost of their webConnect plan.
While I'm not sure that the 200MB/$30 plan is going to be a very popular option except for the lightest data users, the other two new plans seem like decent choices for anyone that uses a broadband device with any regularity. The 10GB option, in particular, should delight heavy users, especially since there's no overages to worry about. And those discounts that are available when you sign up for a voice plan? Icing on the mobile data cake, which I'm guessing is chocolate-flavored. So, are any of you thinking of signing up for any of these new webConnect plans when they go live on the 13th?