Prepaid data plans have become increasingly popular, and they continue to get features that make them more attractive. That trend continues, as T-Mobile has confirmed rumors that its nationwide 4G plan will be available in prepaid form. This announcement makes T-Mobile the first U.S. carrier to offer an unlimited off-contract 4G data plan.
T-Mobile’s Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data plan will be available off-contract starting today for $70 per month. To help promote the new plan, T-Mobile will have a special offer going on the mid-range LG Optimus L9, which will be available off-contract for $199. The L9 includes a 4.5-inch qHD screen and a TI OMAP 4430 ARM processor under the hood. While it isn’t the most powerful device, it’s a pretty good deal for those who aren’t keen on signing a contract.
What say you guys? Who’s excited about an unlimited prepaid 4G plan?
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I haven’t looked at the details of the plan yet, but it would be nice to have a way to convert a 2 year contract plan to a non-contract and still use the same phone. (I use a Note 2 for example.
that’s how much i pay with sprint. does the Sony xperia ZL work on tmobile? lulz