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T-Mobile doesn’t want you to think of it as a regular old wireless carrier trying to suck your wallets dry. That’s why it’s starting to call itself the “uncarrier” and is about to introduce new “UNCarrier” branded plans for its customers.

According to a screenshot obtained by Engadget, the entry-level individual plan will offer unlimited text, talk and web with “500MB of high speed data” and tethering for $60 a month. T-Mobile will also offer 2GB, 4GB, 6GB, 8GB, 10GB or 12GB packages for those who need a bit more data each month. An unlimited data option will also be available for $90 per month, although it won’t include tethering. We’re not sure how LTE plays into these new plans, although we suspect that’s what this sheet is outlining.

We’ll be attending T-Mobile’s event in New York City on March 26 where we expect to hear more smack talk and discussions about the company’s “uncarrier” strategy.

Update: TmoNews says the plans will only be sold through third-party national retailers.