ST. LOUIS – Looking to save some cash for the holidays? T-Mobile announced plans to light up its 5-g network on December 6 along with a new low-price plan.
For $15 dollars a month users can get up to 2 gigabytes of high-speed data. A monthly allotment of 2GB is enough to support most online-browsing and social-media use.
The cellphone company says the new plan is aimed at those with a more modest income and would guarantee the price and gradually increase customers’ data caps overtime for five years.
The new $15 dollar plan is contingent on the still-pending merger with Sprint. The Justice Department and FCC recently approved T-Mobile’s merger with Sprint.
If that deal doesn’t go through, then neither will the new plans.
Announcing 3 MAJOR initiatives (coming w/ the merger) that will put New T-Mobile 5G to work for good!
Free 5G access for 1st responders & free wireless service for 10M households w/ kids. PLUS T-Mobile Connect, a plan to connect all Americans. Key info: https://t.co/99mSNEIHsj pic.twitter.com/AQGuAQHoK9
— T-Mobile (@TMobile) November 7, 2019