"T-Mobile moves to unlimited data for all"
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T-Mobile moves to unlimited data for all
T-Mobile moves to one data plan for everybody.
T-Mobile announced it's latest thing, one data plan for all of it's customers.
The new plan is called T-Mobile One.
Here's how It's marketed.
Seventy bucks per month gets one line with unlimited text, talk and LTE data.
Then again, T-Mobile is still a business.
So here are all the little add-ons.
The fee is only $70 per month if you enroll in autopay.
Without autopay it will cost $75 per month.
Unlimited LTE data also has some restrictions.
Video is streamed over T-Mobile's network at 480p, that's about the same as DVD quality.
If you want to watch HD or 4k video, that will cost another $25 per month.
Tethering is unlimited at 2G speeds, that should be really, really slow.
Five gigabytes of LTE data for tethering costs, $15.
T-Mobile's new ONE plan will be active for new post-paid users starting September 6th.
Current T-Mobile users can keep their old plans or opt into the new plan.
Sprint also introduced a new unlimited plan.
One line costs 60 dollars a month with the Sprint unlimited freedom plan.
Like T-Mobile Sprint's unlimited comes with a few caveats.
Video and music streaming are limited by quality.
Gaming is also limited to two megabits per second.
And that's it for this Tech News update.
You can keep up with the hottest tech news at cnet.com/update.
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