T Mobile's 55+ plan with two lines unlimited everything for $60 all in including fees and taxes.
This is going to be really hard to resist for us seniors paying much more for 4 GB of data. Anyone think Verizon might try to come close?
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I would check with T-mobile to see if that is the correct pricing, advertising these days is ridiculous...
Like I know for sure with that plan the $60.00 is including a $5.00 autopay discount, I would also check to make sure that is not per line, see what their throttling is, see if that $60.00 includes things like line access, etc...
I've been into a T-Mobile store to discuss their 55+ plan. You can even get it for just a single unlimited everything line for only $50/month including all taxes. If you want to add a second line it's just $10 additional, assuming AutoPay for the account. So yes, the $60 price is the total cost for the two lines. My current plan is a bit more than that for just 1GB/month of data and no international service without additional fees. So it's a pretty compelling offer.
I also wonder if Verizon will match, or even come close, to the T-Mobile offer. Now that the networks are closer in speed and availability, I'm much more likely to switch over to T-Mobile unless there's a comparable Verizon offer.