T-Mobile is firing another salvo at its rival carriers by cutting the price of a family service plan aimed at data hogs. T-Mobile is still the only carrier offering unlimited data plans for family use, and now they are a bit cheaper. As of yesterday, the carrier’s two-line plan with unlimited talk, text, and data will now only cost $100 a month (a 29 percent price drop); extra lines cost $40 each. There’s one catch, however. T-Mobile claims that this altered plan will only be available “for a limited time.” As you might expect, it’s not defining just what that means, likely in the hopes that you’ll jump over sooner than later. However, once you’ve signed up for the plan, you’ll be able to keep it for as long as you want—even if T-Mobile no longer offers it to anyone else. “People are saying loud and clear that they hate the confusion and complexity of the carriers’ shared data plans, and they should. These plans are purpose-built to do one thing – take money from your pocket and put it into theirs. They threaten you with punishing overage penalties unless you police your own family’s data usage or up your… Read full this story
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