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Global Plus 15GB provides extra travelling benefits on top of what you're already getting when you have a Magenta or ONE Plan.


What you get with T-Mobile Global Plus 15GB

You can amp up the standard experience on your device by adding Global Plus 15GB for an additional cost. Here's what you get in addition to everything your Magenta and ONE Plan already offers:


Cost & additional details

When you add Global Plus 15GB, all these benefits are available on most new or existing Magenta or ONE Plan lines for $50 per month.

  • Only lines that include Global Plus 15GB will experience the Global Plus 15GB benefits.
  • Individual services – such as Voicemail to Text, Name ID, and Gogo in-flight – cannot be deactivated or removed from this feature.
  • If your line has the ONE Plus, ONE Plus International feature, or PlusUp for Magenta plans, that will need to be removed in order to add Global Plus 15GB.
  • To check the countries included, see International Plans | Traveling Abroad without Roaming Fees | T-Mobile​. Any countries listing the Simple Global rate of $.25 per minute for calling will be $0.00 with this feature.


How to get Global Plus 15GB

To get Global Plus 15GB, you need to be on a Magenta or ONE Plan and then you can Change your services.

Data speed experience: Learn more at Internet Services | T-Mobile’s Broadband Internet Access Services.

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