T-Mobile is bringing back #10Gigs4All – offering 10GB of 4G LTE data, along with unlimited data, talk and text for a 4-person family for $120.
The usual cost for 4 lines is $140. This means, American wireless users can save $20 per month and ensure the best deal with transparency.
T-Mobile has shared a chart showing the price from its rivals Sprint, Verizon and AT&T. Verizon charges $360 for the same plan, while the cost will be $380 for a similar package from AT&T. The SoftBank-promoted Sprint is offering similar wireless package for $120, but less attractive features.
With #10Gigs4All, two people get up to 10 GB of 4G LTE data each – no sharing required – for $100 per month, said T-Mobile today. Each additional line is $20 more per person – also with 10 GB of 4G LTE. With today’s promotion, the 4thline is free. That means a 4-member family can get 10 GB of 4G LTE for each person (40GB total) for $120 per month.
T-Mobile will be offering unlimited data, talk and text as well as all the Un-carrier benefits. T-Mobile first introduced #10Gigs4All with the 4th Line Free this past summer. The US wireless operator claims that it’s relaunching the data package following overwhelming response.
Along with 10 GB of 4G LTE data for each family member on 4G LTE network, families will never face annual service contracts or domestic overage penalties. Unused data is stashed for use up to a full year later, and everyone in the family can stream all the music they want from more than 30 services without touching their high-speed data.