If you are an existing T-Mobile customer don't get suckered into the $59 per month all-you-can-eat plan with a cap. If you are a heavy data user like most people enjoying HSPA+ 4G they will charging you for overages once you go over 2 GB the plan will reset. This sucker promotion is likely the result of the AT&T merger and just the start of how AT&T is going to try and screw you long term. T-Mobile customers who are on the unlimited plan for $25 per month data should stick with it. The option for cheaper "Even More Plus" plan will start April 13 according to the leaked document on TmoNews. The new plan suckers you in for $59.99 a month for unlimited talk, text, and data. Most smart T-Mobile customers already have it for $79.99 a month data plan with NO data caps. If you use an iPad or laptop on the road you know why. Tethering on T-Mobile HSPA+ is awesome and we will raise hell if AT&T takes this away and charges more for it.
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