T-Mobile announced today that today's T-Mobile One and One Plus plans are evolving. With some upgrades, the carrier has given its service plans the new monks Magenta and Magenta Plus. Magenta holds the same T-Mobile One features with two changes. Subscribers receive 3 GB of high-speed tethering per line, and unlimited 3G sealing when the high-speed cap is met. And the other change has to do with T-Mobile's Netflix On Us freebie. Families with a Magenta subscription receive free Netflix Basic, something of the downgrade from Netflix Standard that families who pay for T-Mobile One have received. The difference between the two is that the latter streams videos in HD, and only one screen can use the service at a time.
The Magenta Plus package includes everything on the T-Mobile One Plus plan, but includes the free Netflix Standard for families. Pricing remains the same, which means that Magenta will cost $ 1
40 for 4 lines. Magenta Plus is an additional $ 15 per month per line or $ 10 per month per line on two or more line accounts. Both plans offer unlimited talk, text and high-speed data. Magenta Plus adds HD streaming, 20GB 4G LTE tethering, unlimited Wi-Fi in Wi-Fi and more.
If you are dissatisfied with Verizon or the AT&T service but are afraid to switch because you get a discount, Mobile offers you a way out. Take your latest Verizon and AT&T bill at your local T-Mobile store. If the bill shows "a qualified corporate, affiliate, military or senior service discount", T-Mobile will pick you up with its Magenta plan and match the discount you receive dollars for dollars but in $ 5 dollar increments. The cap is $ 15 on a line and $ 30 on two or more connections.
"We started this Un-carrier revolution to give more openness, value and freedom to wireless. We believe no one should feel caught by their wireless company. And we changed it all, now we are releasing millions, losing your Carrier, holding a discount! "- John Legere, CEO, T-Mobile
Matching discounts will be available from June 2.