TMobile-FamilyT-Mobile has announced a new Family Match promotion that offers families four lines of unlimited talk, text, and 6GB of 4G LTE data per line for $120 per month starting May 11. Additional lines can be added for $20 per month.

As America gets set for summertime travel, summer camps, summer concerts and more fun in the summer sun, the Un-carrier’s got you covered. Starting tomorrow, families can get 4 lines with unlimited talk, text and data with 6GB of Un-carrier Data per line for just $30 a line – a savings of $20 per month for a family of four on T-Mobile Simple Choice with Family Match. Additional lines are just an extra $20 each per month with 6GB.

The deal is not quite as good as T-Mobile's past Family Match promotions, including the same four-line deals with unlimited LTE per line for $150 per month or 10GB of LTE per line for $120 per month, but it does provide Simple Choice customers that missed out with another savings opportunity heading into the summer season.

The limited time offer is available for new and existing Simple Choice customers on approved credit, and the promotion can be combined with T-Mobile's other offers, including Binge On, Data Stash, JUMP! On Demand, Mobile Without Borders, and Music Freedom. T-Mobile will also pay up to $650 of your early termination fees if you switch to their carrier from AT&T, Verizon, or Sprint.

The new Family Match plans are available starting Wednesday at T-Mobile stores across the U.S. or by calling 844-222-1927.

Top Rated Comments

ArtOfWarfare Avatar
104 months ago
Jeez. This article doesn't even try to be subtle. Native advertising at its worst.
I would disagree. While MacRumors might be compensated if you sign up through them, this line:
The deal is not quite as good as T-Mobile's past Family Match promotions, including the same four-line deals with unlimited LTE per line for $150 per month ('https://www.macrumors.com/2016/02/03/tmobile-family-match-4-lines-unlimited-lte/') or 10GB of LTE per line for $120 per month, but it does provide Simple Choice customers that missed out with another savings opportunity heading into the summer season.
Makes this a news article, not a native advertisement. MacRumors is informing its readers that a deal exists, and is comparing it to other available deals (granted, they're from the same company... but still, it's news about a service, not an ad for a service.)
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Joe Rossignol Avatar
104 months ago
Jeez. This article doesn't even try to be subtle. Native advertising at its worst.
I would disagree. While MacRumors might be compensated if you sign up through them, this line:

Makes this a news article, not a native advertisement. MacRumors is informing its readers that a deal exists, and is comparing it to other available deals (granted, they're from the same company... but still, it's news about a service, not an ad for a service.)
It is not an advertisement and, at least to my best knowledge, MacRumors is not compensated for any sort of sign ups. It was simply a press release that I wrote in a very straightforward tone, and I ensure you any real advertisement would be labeled as such. We are very transparent about things like that. Just a T-Mobile promotion worth sharing for those who wish to take advantage!
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
iTim314 Avatar
104 months ago
Jeez. This article doesn't even try to be subtle. Native advertising at its worst.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
BeSweeet Avatar
104 months ago
Jeez. This article doesn't even try to be subtle. Native advertising at its worst.
The fact that a phone number was added sort of gave it away.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
nutmac Avatar
104 months ago
I liked the previous promo better, which I believe is still available until end of business day today. You get the same 6GB per line at 2 lines minimum at $80. Additional lines are $20 each.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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