We get Mobile Data upto 12GB packs in Ooredo Maldives 4G network. Its amazing...
HothTron, 17 Dec 2014Pay an extra $10 then for new plan or stop whining. Yes,,, Totally Agree!!! Stop your Whining. Lol
PK, 17 Dec 2014T-Mobile is stuck in stone age for 3 years with same 5GB of data for prepaid.thats good enough actually, in my country , the prepaid data plan only 200mb ... what u can do about it... ? the expensive one for postpaid only got 5gb only ... and the service , SUCKS !!!
Michael Mayer, 16 Dec 2014Great IDEA, but NOT a great deal for MOST T-Mobile customers. ONLY valid for plans 3GB and UP ... moreMuch more expensive? The 3GB plan is the second from the bottom of the four choices. It costs $10 more per month ($50/month vs $60/mont). Put another way that's 20% more per month than the cheapst plan. Or yet another way, that's $600/year vs $720/year. That is not "much more expensive." Or on a yearly
Basically it sounds like you want to buy the cheapest plan, but get all the perks of the better plans.
-stuck in the stone age? For any North American carrier, 5Gb is an OCEAN. Here's the novel premise that T-Mobile is suggesting: that you paid for a level of *usage*, not merely for the privilege of accessing the network. Every other carrier treats your service as a begrudging allowance they're forced to give you- like you're Oliver Twist begging for gruel.
T-Mobile is stuck in stone age for 3 years with same 5GB of data for prepaid.
Big Deal..I went Wi-Fi and have all the data I need with my LGG2.But my smartphone ? Don't need to call anyone and that's where phone companies are wrong.80% of people using cable just want the internet.Not the Programs or the phone package.
Even though this is limited in its application, it's a great step in the right direction. Kudos to T-Mobile.
Great IDEA, but NOT a great deal for MOST T-Mobile customers. ONLY valid for plans 3GB and UP which are much more expensive monthly.
I cannot roll-over my data with my 2GB plan.