T-Mobile has discreetly added a new plan to its prepaid lineup.
The new plan, discovered by a Reddit user, is called the Simply Prepaid Unlimited Plus. It costs $60 per month and comes with unlimited everything and 10GB of 4G LTE mobile hotspot data. This makes a big difference from the other plan that T-Mobile Prepaid previously offered, which did not include mobile hotspot.
Prior to today’s change, T-Mobile Prepaid offered the Simply Prepaid Unlimited plan, which costs $40 per month and came with unlimited talk, text, and 10GB of 4G LTE data. Another important difference between the two plans is that the Simply Prepaid Unlimited plan only has an option to deactivate Data Maximizer feature. The new plan, however, lets the user enable or disable this feature at will.
For one line of service, the newly added plan costs $60. If you wish to add more lines under the account, you may do so but only up to five other lines. They also cost an extra $30 per month per line.
Visit T-Mobile’s website for more in-depth information on this new plan.