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T-Mobile One Plus plans now available in two different versions

T-Mobile customers can now check out two versions of the carrier's T-Mobile One Plus plans, which include a price cut on one of those plans.

Published onDecember 21, 2016

T-Mobile launched its new One and One Plus unlimited plans a few months ago, although not without some controversy. Today, the wireless carrier has revealed some changes to the premium T-Mobile One Plus plan. It is now available in two different versions, while the original one is getting a big price cut.

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When it was first announced, T-Mobile One Plus cost $25 more a month compared to the normal One unlimited plan. Today, the carrier said that customers can now get the benefits of One Plus for a $15 a month fee, cutting its price by $10 a month.

The One Plus plan offers up to twice the data speeds for global roaming in over 140 countries, unlimited HD video day passes, and unlimited access to Gogo’s WiFi service on supported aircraft. It also offers voicemail-to-text transcribing features and Name ID, which offers better caller ID features like the ability to block both calls and texts.

In addition, there’s the new T-Mobile ONE Plus International plan which offers all of the features of One Plus, with two additions. One gives customers unlimited high-speed smartphone mobile hotspot data. The other is Stateside International Talk, which gives customers unlimited calling from the US to landline numbers in over 70 countries, unlimited calling to mobile numbers in over 30 countries, and discounts for calls to over 200 countries. Customers can get T-Mobile ONE Plus International for $25 a month more than the normal One plan.

T-Mobile apparently has some even bigger news to talk about on Jan. 5. That’s when the carrier will reveal “what’s next” at a press event during the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.

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