What does T-Mobile have that AT&T doesn’t? Four lines with unlimited talk and text plus 10GB of 4G LTE data, that’s 2.5GB for each line, per month until 2016—all while on our data strong network. Plus no domestic overages and no annual service contracts. So why not switch to T-Mobile today!
Expires 9/30/14. Four-line minimum family plan; maximum of five lines. After 1/2/16, 2.5GB of full speed data will automatically revert back to 1GB of full speed data per line. Plus taxes/fees.
Limited time offer; subject to change. Taxes and fees additional. General Terms: At participating locations. Credit approval, deposit, qualifying service, and $10 SIM Starter Kit may be required. Equipment Installment Plan: Availability and amount of EIP financing subject to credit approval. Down payment and unfinanced portion required at purchase. Balance paid in monthly installments. Must remain on qualifying service in good standing for duration of EIP agreement. If you cancel wireless service, remaining balance on phone becomes due. Taxes and late/non-payment fees may apply. Participating locations only. Example(s) shown reflects down payment and monthly payments of our most creditworthy customers; amounts for others will vary. Pricing applicable to single device purchase. Device and screen images simulated. Coverage not available in some areas.
$650 ETF Reimbursement Offer: Limited time offer; subject to change. Eligible device trade-in, new device purchase, qualifying credit, port-in from eligible carriers, and qualifying postpaid service required. Payments consist of: (1) credit of device trade-in value, and (2) prepaid MasterCard card in amount of carrier’s Early Termination Fee. Sales tax on ETF not included. You must submit final bill showing ETF within 2 calendar months of port-in and be active and in good standing with T-Mobile when payment is processed; allow up to 8 weeks. Additional validation may be required. Up to 5 lines; all lines must be activated in same T-Mobile market with same billing address. One offer per subscriber. Check your contract with your carrier for your rights and obligations. MasterCard card is rebate/reimbursement on new device, service, or port-in; for any tax implications of payment, consult a tax advisor.