It looks like May 22nd could be a big day for T-Mobile customers. We've already learned about big changes that are reportedly coming to T-Mo's prepaid and family plans on the 22nd, and now our friends at TmoNews have learned that the individual offerings will be getting a similar makeover. Like the new family plans, customers signing up with one of the new individual plans will have three different voice options to choose from:
Touching a bit more on the changes being made to the family plans, it's been revealed that data pricing for the 3rd, 4th, and 5th lines on a family plan will be similar to the pricing for data on the individual unlimited talk and text plan. That means that the additional lines can pay $10 for 200MB, $20 for 2GB, $30 for 5GB, or $60 for 10GB. If a customer exceeds their monthly data allotment, his or her data will be throttled down to 2G speeds.
Finally, TmoNews is hearing that Even More Plus as we know it may be killed off. It'll allegedly be rebranded as Even More Value or Even More Plus Contract and will require a two-year contract but will still offer no handset subsidy. Customers will be given the option of putting down a discount and making monthly payments depending on the type of phone they choose. Of course, it's worth noting that this is still very much a rumor and, even if it does end up happening, those of you already on Even More Plus plans should be grandfathered in.
So there you have it. T-Mobile certainly seems to be planning a lot of changes for its lineup of plans, most of which have the potential to save customers a decent amount of cash every month. Of course, we aren't thrilled about all of the adjustments, especially the possibility of seeing Even More Plus go the way of the dinosaurs. I suppose you have to take the good with the bad, though. What do you all make of these rumored changes? Anyone going to switch to one of the new plans if they end up materializing on the 22nd?