On November 7, T-Mobile hosted a livestream for its Un-Provider 1.zero occasion — the primary Un-Provider announcement we have seen because the FCC accredited the corporate’s merger with Dash. Just a few massive headlines got here out of the occasion, together with a brand new wi-fi plan referred to as “T-Mobile Connect.”

T-Mobile Connect prices $15/month and is focused at lower-income households that need wi-fi access for the bottom value doable. You may get unlimited discuss and textual content, together with 2GB of high-speed information monthly. If you wish to do extra streaming or searching, you’ll be able to spend $25/month for 5GB of high-speed information.

Moreover, you probably have a 5G-capable gadget and dwell in an space the place T-Mobile’s 5G community is energetic, you may additionally have the ability to connect with the provider’s 5G community on T-Mobile Connect at no further value.

Per T-Mobile’s press release:

T-Mobile Connect is one other a part of the New T-Mobile’s earlier pricing dedication, which includes offering customers access to the identical or higher fee plans on the identical or higher costs for three years. And this unprecedented low-cost plan will additional spark competitors and drive costs down throughout the business, for everybody!

What’s significantly attention-grabbing about T-Mobile Connect is its Annual Information Improve function. Yearly, your high-speed information allotment goes up by 500MB. So, if you happen to enroll for the $15/month plan, your first 12 months will embody 2GB monthly, your second 12 months gives 2.5GB, the third 12 months goes as much as 3GB, and so on.

T-Mobile says that Annual Information Improve works for “the next five years”, indicating that the max information you may get with the $15/month plan is 4GB when you attain 12 months 5.

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