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It looks like T-Mobile might be offering up unlimited nationwide 4G data

T-Mobile could soon be offering unlimited nationwide 4G data starting September 5

| Business, Financial & Legal News | Posted: Aug 22, 2012 7:28 am

It looks like T-Mobile is not messing around anymore, with reports of a leaked document from T-Mobile showing that the telco coon soon be offering unlimited data plans starting early next month. T-Mobile currently offer "unlimited" data plans, but they're throttled in various ways.


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This new "Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data" plan is completely unthrottled, uncalled and sports truly unlimited data for just $30, or $20, depending on whether you put it on a Classic, or Value Plan, respectively. Considering the "Unlimited Plus - 2GB" plan costs $10 less, and only comes with 2GB, it is truly a great offer. The 2GB offer gets it plans shaped to 60 kbps download, and 150 kbps upload once the 2GB cap is hit.


If you mix and match an unlocked Galaxy Nexus from Google's Play store, with one of these unlimited plans, you could be in for the data ride of your life. Now I just have to move my family over to the US where I can enjoy these super-amazing plans.


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