Retail chain Walmart and T-Mobile USA, announced that
T-Mobile will launch a $30 unlimited web and text monthly 4G prepaid service
plan providing customers great value on a no-annual contract 4G data offering.



The plan will be sold exclusively in-store at more than
2,200 Walmart stores and is expected to launch Oct. 16. The new flexible and
affordable plan will provide Walmart customers with access to America’s Largest
4G Network.

Together with our suppliers we continue to ensure the
products our customers want and need from the latest smartphone and TV to
groceries and toys are available at everyday low prices,” said Seong Ohm,
senior vice president of entertainment, Walmart U.S.


In a survey of Walmart customers, approximately 60
percent cited that having a high-speed data network was a key factor in the
purchase of a wireless service plan. With this new offering, available for $30
per month and no annual contract, customers can enjoy unlimited Web, with the
first 5 GB at up to 4G speeds; unlimited text; and 100 minutes of talk, with 10
cents per minute after the first 100 minutes.



Walmart is known for providing consumers incredible
value, making T-Mobile an ideal partner, and T-Mobile is delivering great
prices, convenient options and a reliable nationwide 4G network, which we know
Walmart customers appreciate,” said Amy McCune, vice president of national
retail, T-Mobile USA.



Monthly4G plans provide access to wireless service for 30
days; capable device required to achieve 4G speeds. After high-speed allotment
is used, speeds slowed to up to 2G speeds for remainder of month.



T-Mobile USA recently introduced
Persistent Communication Solutions by T-Mobile, a mobile telecommunications
solution to support government entities’ Continuity of Operations (CooP)



As another step in the company’s commitment to government
customers, the solution lets first responders stay connected during an
emergency from the same phone they use every day without having to switch to a
different device, even when commercial wireless networks are out of service.



By Team
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