T-Mobile’s brand new T-Mobile ONE unlimited plans, which now include 10GB of mobile hotspot data and HD video streaming, are now officially available. All of the big four carriers announced changes to unlimited plans this week, and this one seems to be among the more compelling out there.
Previously, T-Mobile One allowed unlimited data but didn’t let users stream HD video by default. Customers had to opt-in to pay more for HD video support on the unlimited plans. In an effort to compete against other carriers, though, T-Mobile changed that. Verizon and Sprint also offer hotspot data with their unlimited plans, while AT&T does not. All carriers toggle after users hit about 22GB of data if the networks are particularly busy.
Increased speeds abroad, too
T-Mobile also highlighted that ONE customers also now get 256Kbps download speeds while roaming for free in more than 140 countries. That’s still really slow, but it’s twice as fast as the 128Kbps connection that was previously offered for free.
T-Mobile’s ONE Plans cost $100 for two lines right now, including taxes.