T-Mobile to Offer Four Lines of Unlimited Data for $120 Starting Friday

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T-Mobile has announced a limited time promotion offering four lines of unlimited talk, text, and 4G LTE data for $120 per month. The deal offers new and existing customers with at least two lines an additional two more lines free, including families or individuals adding a smartphone and/or tablet to their plans.

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T-Mobile ONE regularly costs $70 per month for the first line, $50 per month for the second line, and $20 per month for each additional line, totaling $160 per month for a family of four. However, an existing promotion already offers the third line for free, so the new deal offers an additional $20 per month in savings.

The promotion will be offered between Friday, November 18 and Sunday, November 20. A 24-month finance agreement is required.

Update: A T-Mobile spokesperson informed MacRumors the deal also applies to older Simple Choice voice plans.

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49 months ago
Yet again the problem, as usual, is the coverage.
Until they expand their coverage all of these T-Mobile deals are useless, no matter how enticing they may be.
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49 months ago

Yet again the problem, as usual, is the coverage.
Until they expand their coverage all of these T-Mobile deals are useless, no matter how enticing they may be.

No problem on coverage in most areas
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49 months ago
Ok, I know I am not a math genius, but I thought $160 - $120 = $40 savings, not $20. Am I missing something?
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Yet again the problem, as usual, is the coverage.
Until they expand their coverage all of these T-Mobile deals are useless, no matter how enticing they may be.

Coverage with T-Mobile is absolutely incredible these days, at least everywhere we go it is much better than AT&T.
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49 months ago
I live in a city surrounded by rural areas. In the last two years LTE coverage in the dead spots has increased significantly. I'm very happy with T-Mobile.
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49 months ago

No problem on coverage in most areas

What a ridiculous statement.

If, by "most areas" you mean the entire continental United States, their coverage map would beg to differ with you. Going even further, based on my own experience with an iPad Pro that's currently using T-Mobile, their coverage map seems to be overly "optimistic".
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49 months ago
People with devices older than an iPhone 6S will not have band 12 LTE coverage, this is why they have poor T-Mobile coverage as most of the new network is band 12 LTE. For a list of compatible devices visit T-Mobiles website
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Yet again the problem, as usual, is the coverage.
Until they expand their coverage all of these T-Mobile deals are useless, no matter how enticing they may be.

That's probably because they are using devices older than the iPhone 6S which do not have band 12 LTE coverage which is most of T-Mobiles new expanded network.
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Is there any way to personally test my coverage? I'm interested in this offer, and I no longer am stuck on a contract with AT&T...

Their map looks pretty good to me... their map says that customers have verified coverage is Good or Excellent in most places where I go.


You have to have a band 12 LTE compatible device, all iPhones older than the 6s won't work
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I went to T-Mobile earlier this year. Coverage was just terrible. Had to leave. The ideas and pricing is great, but when you can't get coverage, any price is too much. Will try again in a few years maybe, but for now it's just a no-go. For reference, I'm in Michigan, lower peninsula. Coverage in the major metros is fine, but get 15 minutes outside town and you're dead in the water. Not just degraded coverage - NO coverage. I hope they keep working on it.

What device were you using?? Was it an iPhone older than the 6s? If the device did not have band 12 LTE you wont get coverage
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