Good news this evening for data-hungry T-Mobile customers, as a new leak shows that Magenta may be planning a new unlimited plan that may be worth checking out. According to an image sent to TmoNews, T-Mobile is prepping a new "Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data" plan that offers bottomless data and doesn't have any data speed limits or caps. To compare, T-Mobile's "Unlimited Premium" and "Unlimited Ultra" plans also include unlimited data, but customers on those plans are only allotted 5GB or 10GB of 4G data speeds, respectively, before being dropped to a slower connection. Unfortunately, one of the catches with this new Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data plan is that it isn't compatible with Smartphone Mobile Hotspot.
So when can interested T-Mobile folk sign up for this new offering? If this leaked document is to be believed, T-Mobile will launch the plan on September 5, with pricing set at $30 per month for Classic customers and $20 per month for Value folk. Not bad for an unlimited data plan that doesn't have any speed limits. It's kind of a bummer that it can't be combined with a tethering plan, but for customers that do want the option of using their phone as a mobile hotspot, there's still the Unlimited Premium and Ultra plans to choose from. If you're interested in checking out one more T-Mobile document that covers the selling points of this new plan, you can find it at the link below.