T-Mobile readies bottomless bucket for cell-to-cell calls

Need a reason not to shred your T-Mobile contact just yet? Perhaps unlimited calls to any mobile number for $10 extra will do the trick.


In a world in which unlimited data plans are disappearing faster than you can say 4G LTE Hotspot, T-Mobile's possible mobile-to-mobile offer sounds pretty tempting.

If a report from TmoNews is true, the carrier will launch an Unlimited Any Mobile service on April 4 that offers all-you-can eat minutes to domestic cell numbers of all carriers.

Even better, at just $10 extra per month, the new add-on won't require a contract or shouldn't change your existing service package. Now, if you never go anywhere near your monthly allotment of talk time this deal is worth a pass since you'll be lining T-Mobile's pockets for no reason. For chatterboxes known to be hit with voice overage fees often, this option is a godsend.

I for one will be checking T-Mobile's Web site on April 4 to see if talk of such a feature bears fruit. I'll also be looking to see how it would apply to family plan subscribers.

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