T-Mobile introduces Simply Prepaid with unlimited talk and text for $40

T-Mobile announced on Thursday a new prepaid plan titled Simply Prepaid that delivers unlimited 3G data, talk and text for $40 per month. Like all of T-Mobile’s plans, the number four wireless carrier doesn’t require a contract – just a smartphone with a capable SIM-card.

The Simpy Prepaid plans are cheaper than its Simple Choice plans and offer fewer benefits. However, it still provides users with access to T-Mobile’s LTE network and Wi-Fi calling.
“There’s a reason the Un-carrier continues to be #1 in prepaid, and it starts with our willingness to break the rules and give customers better choices,” said John Legere, president and CEO for T-Mobile. “We will never stop eliminating customer pain points. The 1.2 million net new prepaid customers who joined T-Mobile last year already see that value, and we have no plans to stop there.”
T-Mobile currently offers three plans under Simply Prepaid that are as follows:
  • $40 / month for unlimited data, talk and text + up to 1GB of 4G LTE
  • $50 / month for unlimited data, talk and text + up to 3GB of 4G LTE
  • $60 / month for unlimited data, talk and text + up to 5GB of 4G LTE
In August, T-Mobile moved away from a tiered prepaid approach and simplified it. If you don’t like the new plan offered Thursday, T-Mobile offers prepaid plans for as low as $10 per month. After a $3 monthly minimum charge that includes 30 minutes, a single minute or text message costs $.10. If you’d like data, $5 gets you a one-day pass with 500MB. There’s a $10 option for a seven-day pass with 1GB of LTE-eligible data as well.

You will be able to purchase a subscription of any of the above Simply Prepaid plans from January 25th through T-Mobile’s website, retail stores and authorized dealers.

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