It looks like T-Mobile is the latest US wireless carrier to jump on the prepaid 3G data bandwagon. The company hasn’t officially announced anything yet, but Engadget snagged a leaked copy of a training document which lays out prices for T-Mobile’s upcoming prepaid plans.
Here’s the breakdown:
- $10 will get you 100MB of data transfers or 7 days of usage, whichever comes first
- $30 gets you 300MB or 30 days
- $50 is good for 1GB or 30 days
Of course, that’s a lot pricier than T-Mobile’s subscription plans which let you transfer up to 5GB of data per month for $39. But you’ll need to sign up for a 1 or 2 year service agreement with an early termination fee of up to $200 to get that rate.
The new prepaid options are expected to roll out this month.
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