12-16-2014: T-Mobile Adds 10 GB of Free Data Stash

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  1. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    Hi All:

    T-Mobile adds free Data Stash of 10 GB and roll over your unused data for those with 3 or 5GB data plans.


    T-Mobile Unveils Data Stash - Now Your Unused Data Rolls Forward

    T-Mobile becomes the only national wireless provider to let you roll your unused high-speed data into the next month

    Every Data Stash arrives with a free 10 GB of to start.

    John Legere, president and CEO for T-Mobile:
    Starting in January 2015, Data Stash will be automatically available at no extra charge to every T-Mobile customer – every individual, family and business – with a postpaid Simple Choice plan who has purchased additional 4G LTE data, 3GB or more for smartphones and 1 GB or more for tablets. And, you’ll start out with a Free Data Stash with up to 10 GB of 4G LTE data.

    What T-Mobile customer plans are eligible for Data Stash?
    • Simple Choice customer paying for extra 4G LTE data
    • Voice customers: 3GB‐21GB of 4GLTE data
    • Mobile Internet Plans of 1GB – 21GB data
    • Hearing and Impaired Data‐Only Plans of 1GB‐21GB
    • Simple Choice No Credit Check, 3GB – 21GB of 4G LTE data
    What customer plans are not eligible for Data Stash?
    • Prepaid plans – coming soon
    • Unlimited 4G LTE Plan
    • Promotional offer: 4 lines for $100 with 10GB of 4G LTE data
    • Simple Choice plan with 1GB of 4G LTE data
    • Simple Starter Plans ($40 and $45)
    • Promotional offer: Mobile Internet Match Your Data plan for $10
    How do I sign-up?

    If you are already on, or sign up for, an eligible Simple Choice plan with 3GB of 4G LTE data or more, there is nothing you need to do, it is an automatic and free benefit.

    How do I get the 10GB Free Data Stash?

    Existing customers and any new activation prior to 1/1/15 on an eligible plan will automatically receive 10GB Free Data Stash starting with their January bill cycle. Any new activations after 1/1/15 will get the 10GB Free Data Stash within 24 hours of activating on an eligible plan.

  2. thunderstruck

    thunderstruck Super Moderator

    Normally I stay out of recommending specific companies or carriers, but for those that need service I'd recommend looking at Harbor Mobile. They are a T Mobile reseller, and sell business plans for $20 under the advertised consumer rates. We are all sole proprietorships so we can all sing up for it. $30 for unlimited talk, text and 1 gig of high speed data, or $50 for unlimited everything, including unlimited high speed data-no caps or throttling. These are prepaid, month by month plans.
  3. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    Hi Thunderstuck:

    Harbor Mobile is a good one. I am on NetOnTheRun, also a T-Mobile reseller and am paying $25/line all-in for 1 GB 4G LTE, unlimited talk/text/2G Data and music streaming. $8 less per month than HM.

    Here is a kind of breakdown of the three T-Mobile services using just the 1 GB plan option. Upping to 2.5, 3, 5 and unlimited is actually very cost effective if you need the high speed date on a single, multiple, or all lines.

    Burned through my 1GB in just 8-days on the Sonata ECO drive and am on the low speed at about 100 kbps. You can do web, pics, and music streaming as they allow that through at high speed. Videos however are not practical.

    T-Mobile Carriers Cost Comparison

    NetOnTheRun (1GB)$25$50$75$100$125$150
    Harbor Mobile (1GB)$33$66$99$112**$137**$165**
    T-Mobile* (1GB)$58$93$104$116**$128**$139**

    * Tax of 16% added. Varies from ~ 10 to 25 percent depending on state.
    NOTR and HM do not charge tax. HM charges a $3 per line fee.
    ** From 4 lines on up, Harbor Mobile and T-Mobile provide 2.5GBs of High Speed 4G LTE in their base plans.​

  4. thunderstruck

    thunderstruck Super Moderator

    That is a good price, too bad they only offer the one level of service. Coverage looks kind of spotty in the south, and I'm hoping to move to Tennessee in the near future. Looks like I'll be stuck with Verizon and their bloatware and locked bootloaders for the time being.

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